8 places in the world to see the Northern Lights

TEMPO.CO, JakartaNorthern Lights or the Northern Lights, also known as the Northern Lights, are among the extraordinary natural phenomena that are not easy to find. Indeed, this beautiful luminous phenomenon can only be observed in the cold regions of the Arctic.

In Indonesia, natural phenomenon it can’t happen. However, if you are curious to see it, there are a number of places around the world that allow this magnificent natural phenomenon to occur.

The good news is that this winter is the perfect time to chase the enchanting Northern Lights. Here are some locations:

Svalbard, Norway

Being close to the North Pole, this place experiences what is known as a polar night from November to February. This is when the night lasts more than 24 hours. Which means more opportunities to see the Northern Lights.

Tromso, Norway

They call this city the heart of the aurora zone. Here you can see the Northern Lights from September.

Fairbanks, Alaska

The good news is that Fairbanks is located where there is a lot of aurora activity. This means that residents can regularly see the Northern Lights in winter.

Lapland, Sweden

Due to the absence of light pollution, there is a high probability of seeing this light. Those who visit Swedish Lapland do so by camping.


While in Finland, stay in one of the glass igloos for an unforgettable experience. Finland has Northern Lights which can be seen nearly 200 nights a year.

Reykjavik, Iceland

The Icelandic capital is another great place to see the Northern Lights. There, the Northern Lights begin to appear from September to March. In Reykjavik there can be light pollution although light is still visible.

Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland

It is the Arctic Circle and the home of Santa Claus. Rovaniemi is the ultimate winter wonderland with the Northern Lights and the chance to see Santa Claus. Best to go between September and April.

Yukon, Canada

Canada’s Yukon Territory is perfect not only for the Northern Lights, but also for interesting Northern Lights folklore told by local storytellers. Sure it’s an interesting place holidays.

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