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Northern Lights Camps

We have two private and safe Northern Lights Camps. Based on 20 years of experience we have established two Base Camps located in different areas to cover different weather regimes. This will give you a good chance to experience The Northern Lights!

This tour is conducted by We Travel North.

Here we have a local host, warm shelters, toilet facilities and tripods. We also provide all guests with warm drinks, snacks and a hot meal.

Based on our long experience, the latest weather forecast and information from the local host, we will choose the Camp with the best chances of experiencing the Northern Lights that night. If the weather changes, we will be finishing our meals and leave to try to find another spot with a clear sky along the roads.

Even it is not a guarantee to see The Northern Lights, we will always try our best to let you experience this natural wonder! On the journey you will learn more about the Northern Lights and how to photograph them.

We try to be a part of developing a sustainable tourism business. Here we support local landowners, and we have a local food supplier. And each minibus or big bus has a local professional driver on board.

Included: Knowledgeable English-speaking guide, transport by a local bus company, scenic, private and safe Camps, hot meal - either a meat soup or a potato soup (the potatosoup must be pre-booked within 16:00 (4pm) ), hot chocolate, coffee and tea and a sweet local cake (lefse), toilet facilities, tripods for use during the stay at the camp, photos from the tour for sale from our webpage

What to bring: Warm clothes, boots, hat, socks, mittens and scarf.

Group size: Min. 2 – Max. 46

Difficulty level: Easy (Not suitable for wheelchairs)

Departure time and place: At 06:30PM (18:30) from Samuel Arnesens gate 7. Bus marked with “We Travel North”

Meeting time: Minimum 15 min before departure

Duration: 5 - 7,5 hours

Last updated: 02/27/2024

Source: Visit Tromsø-Region

Northern Lights Camps

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