Northern Lights – is the most spectacular phenomena
Northern lights, or aurora borealis, which is known as one of nature’s most spectacular phenomena in the world around the world. Reputation is responsible for thousands of people trying to get a glimpse of the lights every year; This question was asked many times, however, where to see the Northern Lights? This article takes a look at some of the best aurora purposes.
Located on the border of Finnish Lapland is Rovaniemi city, known as the Aurora Borealis hotspot. The city offers a number of factors, which are placed far enough north to be in the “zone of northern lights”, and low levels of light pollution are the two main ones. City lights appear in the sky on a regular basis, residents and tourists a fan, so it is an ideal destination to get the best opportunity to be present. Lapland also offers a number of other activities to enjoy while waiting for the light, such as deer sledding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and sleigh. The best time to visit is between November and March, when the lights are at their most active
Located in the remote North Atlantic island of Iceland is famous for its beautiful scenery and friendly people. The island is also another site that is far enough north to see the lights. Reykjavik City is the only major population center of Iceland, which means it’s only a short trip into the wilderness and away from light pollution. Mixing between the open landscapes of Iceland and the Northern Lights is a sublime experience, making it one of the main objectives for the head as well. The best months to visit is between September and March, when the densest means a lighter night sky weather.
Another goal Scandinavia; Lapland, Norway extends far enough north to see the northern lights on a regular basis. There are few cities in Norway, which began to enjoy the lights, but the city of Tromsø is often considered to be the best. Tromso is the “goddess of the dawn of the annual festival in honor of the aurora borealis, and the lights appear in the sky every day, it is easy to understand why. January tends to be the best months to visit, because the city is far enough north to be a Scandinavian site receives 24 hours of darkness during the month winter months.
Originally posted 2014-04-06 14:48:35.