The northern lights are a unique natural phenomenon that can be observed at the latitude of the Kola Peninsula from the end of August to the first days of April.
The active season of aurora is from September to the end of March.
The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon. It is impossible to predict it 100%, any professional who is engaged in "hunting for the shine" will tell you this.
We use solar activity forecasts (4 parameters) and weather forecasts to determine the likelihood of aurora and the direction to look for it. All this, coupled with our experience, helps to make 9 out of 10 trips successful.
If the forecast is not the best, then we will offer to reschedule the departure to the next day. Therefore, it is better to have 2-3 evenings in Murmansk in reserve.
During the tour, we will explain about the nature of the Northern (Polar) Lights, about the myths and legends associated with it, about how the hunt goes, and what parameters of solar activity and weather affect a successful search result.