Northern Lights & Lavu Evening Aurora Fjord Cabins dep. 19.30Date: Saturday 18 sep 2021 - Thursday 31 Mar 2022
Join us in Lyngen, for one of the best ways to start off your Northern Lights holiday – A rustic evening around the bonfire in our Lavvu, hopefully under the northern lights! There are no guarantees, however as our lavvu is situated east of the Lyngen Alps, in the middle of the Aurora belt, we can offer you some of the best chances of seeing the Northern Lights in Norway.The evening will focus on giving you insight into the mythical history behind the alluring northern lights. Of course, should the Aurora appear, we will move outside and enjoy the display in stunning surroundings so you can capture those memories forever! During the night you will have the possibility to ask question and learn as much as you want from our Aurora guides, they have a lot of knowledge and are always keen on sharing!IncludedAn evening around the fire with snacks and warm drinksTripods if wantedExperienced Northern Lights Photographers and GuidesA souvenir photograph (hopefully) under the Northern Lights, so you will have the memories forever!The possibility of real time video of your experience! (Strong northern lights needed).
We will start our evening at Aurora Spirit Distillery at 19.30 where you will be fully briefed on the evening.
There will be a short walk to the Lavuu, so please advise us in advance if you need assistance.
Please wear warm clothing and good footwear
We will ensure each guest has the opportunity to capture the Aurora so don’t forget your camera!
Our guides are experienced and will ensure you have the best opportunity possible to witness the Northern Lights. If the Aurora makes an appearance, our guides will make sure you stay out for as long as is practical.
The “Tricky Lady” however is not guaranteed, but we will ensure you have all the tools possible to be able to search for the aurora independently should the chances occur.
If the Aurora appears during the evening you will be alerted and have the chance to go outside and enjoy this spectacular phenomenon.