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Excellent value for money
Separate driver ensures your guides full attention throughout the day
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
Perfect for all ages and skill level
Check in by 1pm on each day you wish to take the tour. Dressed in warm clothing, make your own way to the tour operator's office in downtown Tromsø for a 6pm departure. A guide briefs you about the plan for the evening, including the weather and aurora forecasts, then describes, in detail, the phenomenon of the aurora borealis. The introduction ends with some tips to help you photograph the northern lights. Climb aboard the comfortable vehicle and travel past fjords and mountains until you find the best spot from where to see the northern lights. Between 6pm and midnight, the tour travels to various spots to get the best views of the lights. There is even a break for hot chocolate and cookies. The tour returns to the office at about 1am where your guide briefs you about the tour. If you are not satisfied with the show you experienced, and wish to try again, just come by the office any day before 1pm to check in and reserve a seat. Please note: this tour sells out quite often. See "Important Info", for details.
Professional photographer guide
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
You must check-in before 1pm every time you want to use the Aurora Pass, otherwise your seat is not guaranteed
Even on the first day that your pass is valid you still need to check in before 1pm if you wish to join the tour that day. Simply send an email, call, or come to the shop before 1pm to confirm that you want to reserve a seat.
If you check-in/reserve a seat and do not show up on time for the departure, your Aurora Pass will expire.
This pass cannot be transferred. Each pass is only valid for one customer to use for the whole week.
Not wheelchair accessible.
All activities carried on in the Arctic regions are considered slightly dangerous due to the extreme weather conditions that sometimes may occur. Temperatures can drop as low as -30°C ( -22°F)
While these are uncommon, natural risks include avalanches, frozen grounds, snow storms or any other natural phenomenons that we cannot control
Dress appropriately and be careful when exploring
The tour operator reserves the right to cancel any excursion when the weather conditions are known to be dangerous. In which case a full refund to all guests will be issued