Northern light

There are many scientific ways to explain the Aurora activity, but to the locals the Northern Light is real magic! It’s a natural part of life and has been a vital source for mythology, legends and art for thousands of years.

Meet lady Aurora

We are excited to welcome you into the arctic night, hunting for Lady Aurora. Our dedicated Aurora-guides will find the best location for your hunt, and weather permitting we will make a fire. Experience the unique arctic silence and darkness, perfect for hunting the light!

The Northern Lights, also known as the aurora borealis, is a spectacular light phenomenon that occurs when particles from the sun collide with Earth’s magnetic field. This creates colorful light formations in the sky, often in green, pink, red, purple, and yellow hues.

Bodø, located north of the Arctic Circle in Norway, is an ideal place to experience the Northern Lights. The city’s geographic location provides excellent opportunities to see this phenomenon, especially in the winter months from October to March when the nights are longer and darker. For the best experience, it is recommended to go a bit outside the city to avoid light pollution. Popular viewing spots include Mjelle and Kjerringøy, where one can enjoy the dancing lights in a scenic and tranquil atmosphere.