Do you have a dream to see the Northern Lights, also better known as the aurora? This amazing natural phenomenon is due to the fact that the charged particles of the solar radiation, faced with the ozone layer at both poles of the Earth.
There is no doubt that the Northern Lights — are a magical spectacle that captivates with its beauty and mystery.
Have you thought about where to go north, to admire this natural phenomenon? Here are ten places on our planet where Northern Lights is quite frequent and where they can be seen with your very own eyes.
10. Isle of Skye, Scotland
The beauty of Isle of Skye does not disappear when night falls: it amplifies with the glow of the Milky Way and many constellations. Due to the lack of light pollution, the island has some of the clearest skies in Europe. If you happen to be here in winter, you will have high chances to see the shimmering Northern Lights.
9. Jökulsárlón, Iceland
Tourism in Iceland is gaining momentum in recent years because of its outstanding natural beauty. If you plan to visit Iceland in the winter, be sure to try to see the Northern Lights. Many excursions depart from the capital, Reykjavik, on a tour that will take you to Jökulsárlón, stunning glacier lagoon.
8. Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
Locals of Greenland, say that Northern Lights have become more frequent and prolonged. Greenland has one of the longest periods of the year, when the lights of the Northern Lights can be seen — from September to April.