I just got back from a power packed trip to the Northern Lights and the trip was a mesmerising one. The temperature being -20C in the arctic sends a chill up my spine even now! Bundle up to enjoy the wilderness of the arctic region to go whale watching, husky riding and chasing the Northern Lights. If you have 5 days on your hand, Come Beyonder to witness the celestial Aurora Borealis.
(Per person for a group of 2 people on a twin sharing basis)
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Arrival in Tromso
Arrive at Tromso airport, transfer to the hotel and explore the quaint town at leisure. Do visit the Cathedral. Overnight stay at Tromso.
Whale Watching and Northern Lights Hunt
Start the day with Whale watching, and besides this mammoth mammal, soak in the breath-taking scenery. In the evening, get ready to chase the Northern Lights till midnight. Also known as Aurora Borealis (named after the Roman Goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the North Wind, Boreas), this phenomenon is like witnessing the dancing heavenly lights in the sky from earth. Overnight stay at Tromso.
Husky ride and Northern Lights Hunt/ Snowshoeing
Meet the eager Huskies; get on the sled and race through the white winter scenery in the outskirts of Tromso. In case you were unlucky with the Northern Lights sighting the previous day, we give you another shot at it. If you were lucky to sight the Northern Lights the previous day, you can go snowshoeing (optional) in the Aurora Alps.
Overnight stay at Tromso.
The Norwegian capital is beautifully situated at the head of the Oslo Fjord and surrounded by forested ridges. Arable fields, vast forests and the untouched natural beauty surrounding the city are only twenty minutes from the centre. Explore the city at leisure, visit the Viking museum, and walk up-to the harbour for a short Fjord tour. Overnight stay at Oslo.
Departure from Oslo
Get transferred to the airport for your flight back home.