Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights are those other-worldly vision which can amaze you. These are natural phenomenon which occurs high in the Earth’s atmosphere. This occurs at the altitude 60 to more than 250 miles when charged particles from the sun become trapped in the Earth's magnetic field. As a result, we see all kinds of colors dancing in the sky.
The best way to experience this celestial scene is by choosing locations with a magnetic latitude above 55° and low light pollution.
Here Are 4 Places You Can Go To View These Magical Vision:
Though Iceland is already a vision with or without Aurora Borealis but this is where you can find these lights. Since it all depends on the weather, thus, make sure late August to early April is a more preferable time. Weather doesn’t always cooperate but you can keep chasing the Northern lights on a good coastline road.
Located just two degrees below the Arctic, Fairbanks has its own forecast system, so that you can expect when and what to expect. Visit between late August to mid-April, this place is the best in the U.S. for experiencing northern lights.
Tromso is the largest urban area in northern Norway and 217 miles north to the Arctic Circle. With beautiful scenery and magnificent fjords, this place will be an amaze trip if you are into photography. The best time to visit is between mid-September to late March.
There are two time zones when you can visit for the best and more chances to see the lights which are Mid-August to late April in the south and late August to mid-April in Nuuk. In Northern Greenland, you will find some small floating icebergs even in summer and the Aurora lights will even make the scenery splendid.
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