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UPDATED Aurora Prediction Alert – December 2018!
In October our northern lights experts predicted the chances of seeing the northern lights would be extremely high from the 2-7 November 2018 due to a strong auroral storm occurring. It happened and looks likely to occur again in early December...
Autumn equinox gives green light to aurora hunters
With summer officially turning to autumn on 22 September, the aurora borealis warms up for another season of cosmic light shows. The autumn equinox often produces some of the best northern lights activity, but if you head north to Lapland or Iceland any time this winter you have a good chance of experiencing nature’s greatest show...
Abisko National Park lies close to the Norwegian border in Swedish Lapland. 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.
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.
With the aurora borealis being added to more and more bucket lists across the globe, we have put together a selection of our favourite aurora combinations to make the most of your northern lights adventure.