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Meet Yuichi – the master of polar night

Even though many people associate the aurora with cold and snowy winter scenery, the most active seasons are actually autumn and spring when the earth’s orientation towards the sun maximises the probability of solar flares interacting with the planet’s magnetic field to generate this phenomenon.

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Autumn and Spring – the Best Aurora Seasons

Even though many people associate the aurora with cold and snowy winter scenery, the most active seasons are actually autumn and spring when the earth’s orientation towards the sun maximises the probability of solar flares interacting with the planet’s magnetic field to generate this phenomenon.

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Meet Angela - The Aurora Dreamer

Angela from China fell in love with the Northern Lights when she was a little girl. Now she works in one of the best places in the world to experience this amazing natural phenomenon - a glass igloo village in Finnish Lapland.

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Doze off under the Northern Lights

In Finland, nature’s most spectacular light show, the Aurora Borealis, can be viewed in a range of purpose-built spaces from glass igloos to luxury suites.

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Take a White Hike

Snowshoeing is a great way to experience Finland’s wintry wildernesses.

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The Magical and Mythical Lapland

In Finnish folklore, an element of mystery is associated with Lapland, the country’s northernmost province.

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Revontulet “Fox Fires” Meet Yuichi – the master of polar night Autumn and Spring – the Best Aurora Seasons Meet Angela - The Aurora Dreamer Doze off under the Northern Lights Take a White Hike The Magical and Mythical Lapland