Stargazing & Northern Lights Tours
Don't forget to look up!
Nothing quite compares to witnessing the colourful swathes of the Northern Lights as they bathe the night sky. Scientifically known as the Aurora Borealis, after the Roman goddess of dawn, this incredible light show graces the skies of the north and south poles during the depths of winter. Electrically-charged solar particles collide miles above the planet to create dancing sheets of colour from neon green to vivid purple in an ethereal display of multi-coloured lights.
Escape the bright lights of the city and venture into the darkness of some of northern Europe's most spectacular landscapes for a glimpse of this incredible natural event on tour with us.
Our range of stargazing tours also include dedicated trips to Jordan and Morocco to watch the Perseids and Geminids meteor showers, as well as specially curated tours to Argentina and Antarctica for the upcoming total solar eclipses in December 2020 and 2021.
Upcoming Stargazing & Northern Lights departures
|Land of the Northern Lights - 5 days||Reykjavik, Iceland||15 Dec 2020||NZD $1,625 was $1,805 10% off|||
|Northern Lights Exploration - 8 days||Reykjavik, Iceland||29 Jan 2021||NZD $3,686 was $4,095 10% off|||
|Lapland Explorer - 6 Days||Kittila, Finland||01 Dec 2020||NZD $2,295|||
|Lapland & the Arctic Circle - 5 Days||Rovaniemi, Finland||01 Dec 2020||NZD $1,895|||
|Finland Wilderness Discovery - 5 Days||Yllasjarvi, Finland||02 Dec 2020||NZD $2,395|||
Take a look at some of our most popular stargazing tours, which include Northern Lights adventures, meteor tours and our dedicated solar eclipse trips.
Further reading on the night sky
If all this talk of celestial light displays has you reaching for your passport and telescope, have a browse through these articles for more inspiration and handy planning info:
Spotting the Northern Lights - our very own guide on when best to see them and how to photograph them
Earth Sky - updates on the cosmos including meteor showers
Space - latest news on what's happening in the sky above us