Chasing the Northern Lights Photograph tour.
Updated: Sep 2, 2020
There is nothing like watching the northern lights in the sky above your head, while walking through the lit Norwegian winter landscape.
Wearing warm thermal clothing makes it wonderful to be outside and watching the fluttering sky above.
6-9 hour tour and learn to capture Aurora Borealis with your camera. (Thermal clothing will be provided) with a small group up to 8 people.
The Aurora Borealis usually happens on clear and cold nights when there is not much wind.
The northern lights (aurora borealis) is a natural light display in sky, seen in high-latitude region.
It results from disturbances in the magnetosphere caused by solar wind.
Most auroras occur in a band of color against a dark sky.
The city of Tromsø is located on Norways northern coastline, about 300km north of the polarcircle. The city is located on the island of Tromsøya.
The oldest settlements found in the area around Tromsø is dated to about 11 000 years ago.
The climate up here is realatively mild, all because of the golfstream passing by.
It is still a subarctic climate up here with long winters and short summers.