See the magical Northern Lights on a 2.5-hour fjord cruise in beautiful scenery along Tromsø’s coast. Quickly get away from the city’s light pollution and be amazed by the Northern Lights at their best!
Leaving city lights behind is key to getting the best out of the Northern Lights’ magnificent show. On this adventures tour aboard our spacious and comfortable catamaran, MS Rygerdorningen, we quickly sail away from the main city in Norway’s Arctic and into the magical darkness of Polar Night for an Aurora Borealis light show.
The tour includes:
- Fjord cruise on board a quiet, stable and environmentally friendly catamaran
- Knowledgeable guide who speaks Norwegian and English
- Free coffee or tea
- Warm and spacious cabin with comfortable leather seats
- Free WiFi
Tromsø – one of the world’s best places to see the Northern Lights
Tromsø is perfect for chasing the fascinating natural phenomenon. In part, that is because the Arctic city is in the middle of the Aurora Borealis oval that surrounds the Earth. It is also slightly warmer than other Arctic cities. The months of October into March are the best times for spotting the lights in Norway. Tromsø’s ideal location increases the odds of a Northern Lights display even during periods of low Aurora Borealis activity.
Want to capture the magical sky? Read more about taking the perfect picture of the Northern Lights here.
Didn’t see the Northern Lights? Don’t despair! We guarantee a second chance! Our experienced crew will do everything they can to ensure that you see the lights on your trip. However, if you don’t see this fascinating natural phenomenon, we will give you a free voucher for our next available Northern Lights safari.
Sustainable Northern Lights safari
One of Rødne’s key values is “respect”. That includes respect for nature and our surroundings. We believe that we have a duty to care for the environment so future generations can also enjoy our beautiful, unspoiled natural beauty. We are proud to be certified as a sustainable tour operator under the strict criteria set by Norway’s Eco-Lighthouse foundation.