From our favourite locations to watch the northern lights to the best places to watch whales in Canada, stunning pictures of the Sweden's Icehotel to the 7 natural wonders of our world, read our blog for all your holiday inspiration.
Where to See the Northern Lights: Spring Equinox 2020
The northern lights may be synonymous with the darkest winter months, but the upcoming spring equinox in March is actually one of the best times of year to see nature’s light show. Find out why – and where to experience your own equinox aurora.
From waking up in a suspended glass cube – high in the treetops, to falling asleep under an aurora display inside a cosy glass igloo, there's nothing more relaxing than spending a night amongst truly spectacular surrounds.
An alluring haven at world's end; the Svalbard archipelago is one of the world’s largest untouched wilderness areas and it’s precisely this vast area of raw nature that puts it on the bucket list for many. Read our top favourite things to do...
Autumn equinox gives green light to aurora hunters
The autumn equinox often produces some of the best northern lights activity, but if you head north to Lapland or Iceland any time between late August and mid-April you chance experiencing nature's greatest show.
Abisko National Park lies in Swedish Lapland close to the Norwegian border. It is recognised as the most reliable place in the world for northern lights sightings, where displays can be more intense or prolonged than anywhere else.