Northern Light night with Aurora Alps bus

The Northern Lights are both mystical and magical. You don’t know when this natural phenomenon will appear, but when it does it will simply take...
The Northern Lights are both mystical and magical. You don’t know when this natural phenomenon will appear, but when it does it will simply take your breath away.
The colours and shapes change and move, like a giant and ever changing work of art in an otherwise dark sky. Do you want to have this experience while you are staying in Tromsø? We hunt for the lights in an area where we very often catch the lights, such  Sommarøy and Skibotn - sometimes we cross the board to Finland, but there is no guarantee. 

We use modern buses with skilled drivers and have very good comfort like air conditions, toilet and wifi. ( 17 - 43 seat )
We will have many  stop during this tour, with nice view, where we serve coffee or tea.  


   


                                                 

We go every evening from Scandic Ishavshotel:
Periode:                                  1.10 - 30.03
Departure:                             19.00 - from Scandic Ishavshotel
Meeting time:                      18.45
Back in Tromsø city:          About 00.30/01.00
Participant:                           2 - 43 pers.  
Periode:
01.10 -31.10:                         kr. 950,-    - child kr. 550,-    
01.11 - 30.11:                        kr. 1050,-  - child kr. 650,-    
01.12 - 30.03:                        kr. 1195,-   - child kr. 750,-                                                                           
                                   
Incl:                                         Hot drink, biscuits, guide and transport, free tripods and help with the photo from the tour.
Booking:                               No later then 12-hour prior the start.

Bring good winther clothing !
 


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Learm more about Northernlight:    http://vimeo.com/25811412

QUICKLINKS - NORTHERN LIGHTS IN NORWAY:www.gi.alaska.edu/AuroraForecast/3
www.storm.no/nordlys/
www.swpc.noaa.gov/pmap/pmapN.html



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