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Witness The Best Of The Aurora With This New Northern Lights Trip

The Northern Lights are at the tippy top of traveller’s bucket lists all across the globe, and for good reason – they’re out of this world amazing. So if you’re considering checking out the Aurora Borealis for yourself, this new guided tour might just be the greatest way to do so.

Introducing “All Day Aurora”: an Off the Map Travel guided tour in Svalbard, Norway — one of the last true wildernesses on Earth, which sits at 78 degrees north, below the North Pole.

As you might have gathered from its name, this guide allows you to witness the best of the Northern Lights any time of the day. Plus, the tour through Svalbard, Norway significantly increases your chances of getting the most pristine viewing conditions – the further north you are, the higher your chances are of seeing the display unobstructed from cloud and rain.

“As the northern lights are a natural phenomenon, they are never guaranteed,” Jonny Cooper, Arctic travel expert and Off the Map founder told Thrillest. “To have the best chance of seeing them you need clear, dark skies, and you will more than double your chances of getting just that when the sun never rises.”

The trip is only available from November through January and is an all-inclusive package, excluding flights to the remote region.

For more information, or to book this once-in-a-lifetime experience, visit the Off the Map Travel website.

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