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Rovaniemi Northern Lights Photography Small-Group Tour

Highlights
  • Warm beverages and campfire snacks to keep warm are included
  • Thermal gear, boots, and headlamps are provided
  • Expert tips on how to get the best photos
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Rovaniemi Northern Lights Photography Small-Group Tour
From US$147.30
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Starting time during 1st Oct - 18th Mar
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Overview
This tour from Rovaniemi allows you to not only see the elusive northern lights, but also get tips on how to best photograph them. Traveling with a small group ensures that you will be able to get plenty of one-on-one attention from your guide and enjoy an intimate atmosphere. Your guide will take you to the best possible viewing places, spots you might not find on your own.
What to Expect
A trip out into the deep dark Arctic wilderness is a daunting prospect, but this guided tour will allow to you to do so easily and safely. Beginning with hotel pickup in Rovaniemi, meet your guide and listen to a short briefing about current weather conditions, aurora borealis forecast, and about the destination of the day. Your guide knows the best possible sites to see and photograph the elusive northern lights. Based on the live feed the guides have access to, local weather, and aurora borealis forecasts, you can significantly improve your chances of finding these lights that dance in the sky.

Throughout the course of the evening, visit two or three locations, setting up cameras and getting tips on the best possible photos at each one. Walk through snowfields in the dark, equipped with headlamps and thermal suits provided by your guide, finding the perfect location for that once-in-a-lifetime shot. Traveling with a small group ensures the ability to move quickly and plenty of opportunities to ask questions of your guide.
Reviews (24)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice Northern Light Photography Tour

We were lucky to see the northern light despite a full moon night. The northern light was weak at the first location and we moved on to another location which has stronger and more beautiful northern light. Markus has been very patience in sharing each...More

Thank Passenger821889
Reviewed May 3, 2018 via mobile
Super Lucky

Juho was amazing.. it was just 4 of us on the 9th of April.. Juho is friendly , soooper cool and takes amazing pictures..and that night turned out to be one lucky night with a beautiful Northern Lights show.. He is very organized, provided each...More

1  Thank renthomas
Reviewed April 15, 2018 via mobile
Amazing Experience!

After a few unlucky nights of hunting the Northern Lights without success, my partner and I decided to book a photography tour with Beyond Arctic on our last night in Finland. It turned out to be the best decision of our trip! We were guided...More

1  Thank Matthew L
Reviewed April 8, 2018 via mobile
Successful aurora hunt, stunning aurora

We decided to try Beyond Arctic for our aurora hunt after reading nice reviews of them on TripAdvisor. We were not disappointed. Beyond Arctic is a young company, started 2/3 years ago only. They say they go the extra mile and they indeed do. We...More

1  Thank dawnenator
Reviewed March 25, 2018 via mobile
Northern lights photography

Professional and excellent work. He have well prepared for the right place and the right time to shooting the aurora.

Thank Smith C
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Julie T
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Response from dawnenator | Reviewed this property |
You can do the Northern Lights with the small group photography tour. It's more pricey but that's because it's only a small group. When we went we were only two and it was just us and the tour. Not sure you'd see the lights... More
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