Sweden Northern Lights Tour

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Sweden northern lights packages from Thrillophilia are curated to offer a wonderful sight of the natural occurring phenomenon in the northern hemisphere. It is surely one of the most photogenic moments that you can capture naturally. It might have got zillions of scientific facts about its occurrence, but it is a true delight for nature lovers. Thrillophilia has curated wonderful tours of the popular spots in Sweden where you will get a chance to enjoy the views of northern light above rivers, forests and frozen mountains.

Thrillphillia’s Sweden northern lights tour packages let you spend time in luxury resorts and hotels where you will be able to enjoy highly personalized services and customisable offerings. You will also get a chance to stay in rooms that have glass openings to give you a chance to enjoy every single light phenomenon happening around.

When you book Sweden northern lights tours from Thrillophilia, you will be taken to some of the best places for viewing northern lights like Abisko National Park which is popular for its beautiful skies and rugged environment, Kiruna which is known for being a shield to light pollution, and Jokkmokk proximity to nature and historical association with the Sámi people. Thus offering a complete package, these tours are best to experience breathtaking phenomena of Northern lights in Sweden.
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Northern Lights and Sightseeing in Sweden


Travel deep into the heart of Swedish Lapland and spend a few days enjoying the unique hospitality of the Bråndön Lodge. Located overlooking the frozen waters of the Luleå archipelago, the lodge provides the perfect setting for an exhilarating dog sled safari, as well as a chance to enjoy a unique al fresco dinner on the ice.

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₹ 141,026

₹ 110,000 per Adult

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Scandinavia Northern Lights Tour Package


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Book the Scandinavia Northern Lights tour from Thrillophilia to chase the rare and mystical phenomenon of Aurora Borealis caused by earth and sun alignments.

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₹ 250,000

₹ 210,000 per Adult

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People Also Ask About Northern Lights Tours in Sweden

  1. Which are the places to see the Northern Lights in Sweden?

    1. Abisko National Park: Abisko National Park, with its beautiful skies and rugged environment, is an excellent place to watch the Northern Lights. The observation tower is not only a great place for viewing the lights, but you will also have professionals on hand to answer any questions you may have. Indeed, this is often regarded as one of the best spots on the planet to view the lights in Sweden's Northern Lights.

    The viewing tower, as well as the station's Northern Lights exhibition, café, and gift store, are all accessible via a chairlift. Be careful to dress warmly because temperatures will plummet well below zero. Because of its dark sky, the Aurora Borealis is especially visible at night, and if you really want to see the Aurora Borealis in all of its splendour, this is the place to go.

    - When to see:
    September and early April

    2. Kiruna: 
    Kiruna is the provincial capital of Lapland's northernmost town. As a result, the city is shielded from much of the light pollution that would otherwise obscure your view of the Aurora Borealis. The city provides a variety of tours to view the natural phenomenon. Whether you want to experience the Aurora Borealis by car, snowshoe, snowmobile, dogsled, or skis, Kiruna offers the perfect tour to you.

    - When to see:
    September to April

    3. Jokkmokk: 
    Another northern Lapland town where you have a decent chance of witnessing the Northern Lights is Jokkmokk. The town is recognised for its proximity to nature and historical association with the Sámi people. While waiting for the Northern Lights to appear, it's a nice spot to do some shopping and soak up some culture. It also hosts the annual Winter Market, which has been a Sámi institution for 400 years.

    - When to see:
    November to March

    4. Jukkasjärvi: 
    Jukkasjärvi, a small town in northern Finland, is famed for being home to the world's first Ice Hotel. Every year, this hotel is constructed entirely of ice and snow. This is, without a doubt, unlike any other lodging you've ever seen. They also offer snowmobile excursions, which include dinner in a cosy forest cabin, and a photographic package, which includes expert instruction and equipment to help you capture the perfect keepsake. While you wait for the Northern Lights to arrive, it's a genuinely intriguing spot to stay during one of the best northern lights tours in Sweden.

    - When to see:
    November to March

    5. Luleå: Lule is a coastal city in Lapland and one of the province's main cities. It also boasts an archipelago of approximately 1300 islands, all of which are excellent places to see the Northern Lights during the winter or fall. All of these islands are accessible by snowmobile or dog sled, and the further north you travel, the more likely you are to see them. Overall, Lule is one of the best northern lights tours in Sweden if you enjoy the conveniences of a big city while viewing the Aurora Borealis.

    - When to see:
    September to April

    6. Porjus: 
    Porjus is a tiny village located north of Jokkmokk. You have the option of sleeping in a mountain cabin or lodge while you're there. Both of these places are in areas where the Northern Lights are likely to be seen. It's a wonderful opportunity to bond with nature while waiting to witness one of nature's most spectacular events.

    You can rent a cabin away from the city lights in the tranquilly of nature and watch the dancing light show from your front porch while sipping a warm glass of mulled wine. The town also has live sky webcams, so you'll be able to see the Aurora Borealis when it appears.

    When to see: December and March

    7. Tärendö: 
    Tärendö is a small, historic town in Norrbotten where you won't have to worry about the air pollution interfering with your view due to its minimal population. Its terrain is also quite flat, allowing you to see the sky clearly. There's also a woodland hotel with a sauna and a hot tub where you can stay while you're there.

    - When to see:
    December and March

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  2. Which are the best places to stay for Northern Lights in Sweden?

    1. IceHotel: The IceHotel in Jukkasjärvi is one of the world's coolest places to stay as it is the world's first and largest motel made of ice and snow. Icehotel 365, a site where guests may enjoy the ice and sleep in hand-carved art suites year-round. There is also an ice bar inside Icehotel 365. Tourists love to spend their vacation here as they get a chance to enjoy the views of the first northern lights of the year during dark and clear autumn evenings. You will get to witness an ever changing work of art made of ice at this notable place in Sweden.

    - Location: Marknadsvägen 63, 981 91 Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
    - Price: INR 10600

    2. Camp Ripan: Camp Ripan, Kiruna is one of the few sites on Earth where you will not only get to enjoy wonderful northern lights but also enjoy a luxurious stay. To make the most of your northern lights experience, the camp has installed unique street lights all throughout the site with the shades set down to make it easier to see the northern lights. During your stay at this place, you will be able to capture the majestic views of the mountains as well as the architectural history of Sweden. This place also offers you snowy winter dog sled tours and summertime Icelandic horseback riding tours.

    - Location: Campingvägen 5, 981 35 Kiruna, Sweden
    - Price: INR 11900

    3. Arctic Bath: There are two types of "getting back to nature" experiences: "getting back to nature in a luxury Arctic spa hotel" and "getting closer to nature in a luxury Arctic spa hotel." The Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa, which is exquisite leisure beneath the Northern Lights, and it's safe to say that this stunning location has leapt to the top of everyone's bucket list. Arctic Bath, located in the middle of Swedish Lapland, floats on the waters of the Lule River.

    Arctic Bath's centrepiece is a circular timber spa house on the river, a bird's nest of logs that conceals a cold water bath in the centre. You will enjoy spending your time at this place in complete relaxation, indulging in spa treatments from experts.

    - Location: Ramdalsvägen 10, 960 24 Harads, Sweden
    - Price: INR 14,830

    4. Treehotel: Treehotel is a place where nature and imagination runs wild. The treehotel will impress you with its ecological values and also by its comfort and modern design combined to give you an adventurous feel. It has wide panoramic windows facing north letting you observe the northern lights without having to leave the room.

    - Location: Edeforsvägen 2A, 960 24 Harads, Sweden
    - Price: INR 45000

    5. Pinebay Lodge: Pine Bay Lodge happens to be a small hotel that appears to be a classic Swedish work of art. The red cottage style architecture gives you a vibe of home rather than a hotel. It is one of the best places to stay in Sweden when you are on a tour to capture the breathtaking views of Northern Lights.

    When photographing the northern lights, one of the most important things to remember is to stay away from artificial light. The hotel gives a picture perfect setting for your midnight adventures. You will also get to enjoy Dog sledding outings, dinners, and snowshoe hikes, during your stay at Pine Bay Lodge.

    - Location: Gussövägen 390, 975 98 Luleå, Sweden
    - Price: INR 11000

    5. Pinetree lodge: Pinetree Lodge is a wonderful accommodation in Sarrkimukka hamlet that is built elegantly to give you an exceptional feel during your stay. You will get to enjoy the highly personalized service, stunning beachfront views, and delectable meals. The northern lights can be seen from your bed through the panoramic, north-facing windows. You can also enjoy the dog-sled ride, a snowmobiling trip during your stay at this place.

    - Location:
    Särkimukka 27, 980 63 Kangos, Sweden
    - Price: INR 8200

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  3. What are the Northern Lights?

    The northern lights happen to be an astronomical phenomenon that is visible in completely cloud free nights in the northern sky when the charged particles from the sun’s atmosphere collide with the gaseous particles of the earth’s atmosphere. Energy in the form of light is released when the protons and electrons hit the atmosphere.

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  4. What is the Best Time of Year to See the Northern Lights in Sweden?

    The best time of the year to see the northern lights in Sweden is from the month of September and March. You can get clearer pictures of the phenomenon from 9:00 Pm - 2:00 PM.

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  5. What are the conditions to witness Northern lights in Sweden?

    In order to capture the beautiful northern lights, you will need a completely dark and clear night sky. It is mainly seen from the month of August to the month of April. 

  6. What causes Northern Lights?

    When the charged particles from the solar wind of the sun collide with the earth's atmosphere, northern lights are formed. The collision results in a release of energy in the form of lights.

  7. Is Sweden or Finland better for Northern Lights?

    Both Sweden and Finland offer wonderful views of northern lights. When you are in Sweden, you will get to capture this natural phenomenon above rivers, forests and frozen mountains which is truly photogenic. When you are in Finland, you will get to enjoy a luxury experience of capturing the northern lights from the glass-roofed cabins. 

  8. Are the Aurora Borealis and the Northern lights different?

    No, Aurora Borealis and northern lights are not different. Aurora borealis is the scientific name of the natural phenomenon occurring in the northern hemisphere.

  9. What colour are the Northern Lights?

    The colors of the Northern Light are green, yellow, violet, blue, pink, orange, and white. When the charged particles collide with oxygen, mainly yellow and green lights are produced and when they collide with nitrogen, red, blue, and violet colors are produced.

  10. Does it have to be cold to see the Northern Lights in Sweden?

    It doesn’t have to be cold to see the northern lights in Sweden but it is certainly a cloud free dark sky. It is a matter of fact that when the sky remains cloud free the temperature of the environment drops down a bit.

  11. How long does the Northern Lights last?

    Northern lights typically appear for a few minutes only. A show for about 15 - 30 minutes is considered to be a good show. Being a natural phenomenon, it is quite uncertain to predict its timeline even.

  12. Do northern lights make noise?

    Yes. northern lights do make some distant noise like a sputter which can be heard from the ground. As per researchers, there are several reasons for the occurrence of these sounds.

  13. Do the Northern Lights happen every night?

    Northern Lights do not follow a fixed timeline like any other natural phenomenon. It is very hard to pinpoint the exact timings and it mainly occurs in the winter season.

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