Northern Lights Basecamp

Between the late September and early March Northern Norway is dark from an early afternoon until a late morning. During this dark period, you have the highest possibility to witness the appearance of the glorious Northern Lights also known as the Aurora Boreal
Tromsø
Pris fra 795 NOK
Let yourself to drown in this heart-stopping moment, when the green and purple Lights are billowing and shimmering across the sky.

The tour starts from Tromsø with a 50-minute drive to our basecamp in Breivikeidet - our location for the evening. Here you can enjoy the Northern Lights from different vantage points. These can include a short guided walk with stunning views of the Lyngen Alps or other viewpoints that provide great experiences in the Polar Night. If your fingers are getting frosty – warm yourself up in our restaurant with a cup of coffee/tea or hide from the arctic wind in a cozy traditional Sami tent called Lavvo before heading back out to hunt for the Lights again! Of course, there is no guarantee of seeing the Northern Lights, but you’re definitely in for a good chance!

Season: 12.12-12.01 / 05.02 - 05.03

Meeting place: On request and based on group booking

Meeting time: On request and based on group booking

Departure: On request and based on group booking

Return: depending the departure

Duration: 5-6 hours

Minimum: 4 people

Maximum: 30 people

Children: Children 4-11 years half price. Ages of children must always be provided in the booking

Restrictions: groups only

Price: depends on a size of the group

What's included?

Transfer to and from Breivikeidet (50min each way)

English-speaking guide / instructor

Warm clothing (thermal suits & boots)

Hot drinks and cake

Tripods available free of charge

Food & beverages

Meal is not included. Wilderness meal (warm stew) can be arranged for 195NOK per person. Please inform us about your dietary requirements in advance so we could provide alternatives.

What to wear & bring with you?
We recommend dressing in warm winter clothing and in layers so you can adjust your clothing to the weather. We recommend bringing a scarf in cold weather.

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