The Five Best Places to See the Northern Lights
The Northern Lights are one of the most amazing wonders of nature and if you like to travel you just put this awesome event on your bucket list. There are a number of places from which you can see the world famous aurora borealis, and the following five are some of the most exciting:
Norway is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights. Here you can take cruises on ships to see the lights from the ocean or take a dog sled through the tundra to see the lights from a Norwegian forest. Norway is full of plenty of other things to do too so you could have a fantastic holiday here, while seeing this amazing spectacle. Hurtigruten organises tours to Norway to see the lights and this is a great way to have this experience.
Alaska is the northernmost American state and therefore the best place in the US to see the Northern Lights. Move from the cities and the lit up areas to see the lights in all their glory. Anchorage and Fairbanks are some of the best spots to view this event in Alaska.
Canada always makes a great holiday destination. It is full of wonderful nature from mountains to rivers, woodland and valleys. It is also one of the best places in the world to see the aurora borealis, so with all these things to offer Canada is a great choice.
Greenland is not visited all that often by tourists but those who do go get to see the Northern Lights from a relatively remote destination where they appear bright and colourful.
Russia is an intriguing and interesting land and northern Russia is one of the greatest spots to see the Northern Lights. If you can brave the arctic cold then you will be rewarded with the green swirling lights that travellers go thousands of miles to see. Murmansk, Siberia and the Kola Peninsula are the best places in Russia to see the lights and you will have quite an adventure getting there in the first place.