Aurora Borealis

Nature's Greatest Show

The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, is nature’s celestial ballet, a mesmerizing display of colorful lights that dance across the Arctic skies like ethereal ribbons. As night falls in the polar regions, a hushed anticipation fills the air, and then, like magic, the horizon begins to shimmer with hues of emerald green, sapphire blue, and ruby red. Wisps of light intertwine and twist, painting the darkness with an otherworldly glow. Sometimes they appear as delicate veils gently swaying in an invisible breeze, while at other times, they burst forth in vibrant bursts of energy, illuminating the heavens with a celestial fireworks display. The silent dance of the Aurora Borealis is a testament to the awe-inspiring beauty and mystery of the natural world, captivating all who are fortunate enough to witness its enchanting spectacle.

"The Great North" - an iconic yet mysterious region

Northern Canada, colloquially known as The North, lies north of the Arctic Circle, east of Alaska and west of Greenland. This area covers about 39% of Canada’s total land area but has less than 1% of Canada’s population; The North is an iconic yet mysterious region. What is in your imagination of this area? Snow, freezing temperatures, Igloos, Tundra, Caribou crossing, Northing Lights, Dogsledding and Inuit culture. What is your wish list? Please came to explore and experience this crystal world.

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Reflection of northern lights on Nares Lake in Yukon, Canada. by Photographer Jonathan Tucker.

Aurora Viewing – Yellowknife, NWT

Region: Northern Canada

Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights

It is without surprise that Yellowknife is named the “Aurora Capital of North America”. It is simply the best place in the world to experience the majestic Aurora Borealis, also known as the “Northern Lights”.

This journey will provide you with the most optimal viewing experiences; you will be able to choose how you want to experience it! Choose from enjoying the view on the frozen lake, in the open in the frozen tundra, or from the comfort of a Teepee Village and watch as the vivid display of Aurora dances across the northern sky.

Aurora Viewing at the Aurora Village.

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Aurora in the sky at Whitehorse, Yukon. Photograph by Robert Postma

Whitehorse, Yukon - Aurora Viewing

Region: Northern Canada

Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights

Breath in the crisp night air, listen to the squeak of your footsteps on the hard-packed snow, and soak in the magical ambience of Yukon winter as you stand and watches flashes of emerald green, mauve and vivid colours flash across the sky in brilliant patterns.This scientific phenomenon of the dancing Northern Lights is no doubt once in a life time experience that you wouldn’t want to miss.

This is an unforgettable experience that awaits you as you witness the world-famous Yukon aurora borealis and all its local culture, and natural beauties.

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