A holiday to Norway, Iceland, Sweden, Finland or Greenland to view nature's celestial spectacle the aurora borealis is a perennially popular choice for travellers. Sightings can never be guaranteed, but you can bolster your chances by browsing our range of tailor-made holidays and suggested itineraries, including luxury accommodation options. We recently listed the best places to see the Northern Lights for you to consider.
The key to the perfect Northern Lights holiday is booking early. Many of the most popular highlights such as Malangen Resort in Norway sell out months in advance, while many of the best places are small, intimate and fill up fast. We recommend you get in touch as soon as you are interested, so we can ensure you can book your perfect holiday.
Thanks to the latitude of its stunning landscapes, Norway is one of the best places to see the aurora borealis.
Be treated to the sweeping greens, dancing reds and pulsating purples of Sweden's celestial Northern Lights ballet.
On any given year, Finnish Lapland has over 200 nights of light displays, making it one of the best places to spot the auroras.
Iceland's relatively mild climate and reliable light show make it an ever-popular destination to see the aurora borealis.
Technicolour tendrils course over Canada's stunning peaks, ravines and wintry wilderness landscapes during Northern Lights season.
One of the least-travelled places to see the aurora, Russia's large swathes of wilderness make for uninterrupted, atmospheric viewing.
The dazzle of Greenland's Northern Lights is refracted by giant glaciers oozing over craggy landscapes, enviably situated in the centre of the aurora belt.