Catching the light – Aurora Borealis
(with supper)

On Svalbard, the location and conditions are ideal for spotting the Aurora Borealis. Our competent snowmobile guides know the best places for watching this mystical phenomenon. To make this magical experience complete, we will enjoy a delicious dinner in our cosy gamme.

On this snowmobile trip, we will go that extra mile to give you the ultimate Northern Lights experience. This is an “open destination” trip which means that our guide will use his/her local knowledge and experience to find the ultimate route and destination to find clear skies and beautiful views.

We will leave Longyearbyen behind so we don’t have any light pollution in the sky. We will drive into untouched snowy valleys or up on glaciers searching for the magical dancing of the Aurora Borealis.

On the way, we will pass our gamme, a traditional Sami hut. Here we will be served a 3-course dinner as we warm up by the fireplace, always on guard in case the Aurora Borealis shows itself.

We require a minimum of 2 persons on this trip.


NOK 2190,-

(Passenger 1590,-)
  • From 05.02.2018 – 23.03.2018
  • Trip starts 19:00
  • Duration 5 hours
  • Suitable for most without any snowmobile experience, very easy and flat terrain

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“We reached their cabin and inside to got served delicious dinner (with) wraps, soup/stew and brownies followed by coffee or solbærtoddy…”
                        – Baya_Bay on TripAdvisor

 

“Observing the northern lights in the middle of nature calmly was indeed an unique experience.”                                                                                                                                               – wangxinyu_xenia on TripAdvisor

 

“It was flat terrain, making for easy snowmobiling. Although it was overcast, we chased the lights and did see them. They were spectacular…”                                                                                          – Jacob T on TripAdvisor