Aurora Hunting Tour

Aurora Hunting Tour

Since the ancient times the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis beckoned the people by its mystical mysterious light, many legends and tales were created on this phenomenon. There is a belief in the East, if you have once seen the Northern Lights, you will live a long and happy life. Don’t miss a chance to prove this belief and see one of the most beautiful regions of Russia – Kola Peninsula.


The demi-island is located on the North-West of Russia in Murmansk region and washed by the Barents and White seas.

Day 1 – Arrival at Murmansk

Aurora Hunting TourOur representative will meet you at the airport / train station, transfer to the hotel. Check-in, overnight in the hotel. Optional activities.

Day 2 – Aurora Shooting Session

Aurora Hunting TourPick up at the hotel for aurora trip. Arrival at the place, the instructions for the group. Aurora shooting session, hot tea, snacks. Drop off at the hotel.

Day 3 – Optional Activities

Aurora Hunting TourOptional activities or the 2-nd day of Aurora trip.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4 – Back Home

Check out.
Transfer to the airport / train station.

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Important Information

What To Wear

  • Winter boots
  • Warm jacket, pants
  • Sweater
  • Winter underwear, thermo wear
  • Warm gloves

Additional Information

  • The tour organizers track the prediction of the Northern Lights and the weather forecast using special techniques that increase the chances. However, we can’t give a 100% guarantee of its appearance but do our best to ensure a successful tour.
  • During these days you can visit many beautiful places of the Kola Peninsula. One of the most popular is the village of Teriberka, which is located on the shores of the Barents Sea.

Terms & Conditions

Guests are kindly requested to contact the organizers of the tour in advance for the most favorable dates of arrival for the tour. Plan a trip for 3 to 5 days, then there will be more chances to see the northern lights. In rare cases, tourists come for 1 day, when there is a 90-100% chance that there will be northern lights. Aurora has an infra red light. The digital camera sees this infrared light better than human eyes. But human eyes see better ultraviolet light. So you will see red light by eyes only when the Aurora is quite strong.

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