Where Is the Best Place To See The Northern Lights?
Plan your Northern Lights Alaska cruise now to catch the stunning display in its full glory!
If you’ve dreamed of seeing the glowing colors of the Aurora Borealis light up the night sky, and let’s face it, who hasn’t, you are probably wondering where is the best place to see the Northern Lights? The answer is not a busy hotel, because the Northern Lights show to their best advantage where the sky is dark and free from the ambient lights of civilization. Experienced travelers know the best place to see the Northern Lights is from the deck of a luxury Alaska cruise. You can experience the glorious explosion of brilliant lights and colors to the fullest as the Aurora Borealis transforms the velvety dark of the ocean sky, far from the as the Northern Lights transforms lights and pollution of civilization. The Northern Lights season only runs from May to September, so travelers are advised to plan their Northern Lights Alaska cruise now for the best cabin selection.
The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, is one of the natural wonders of the world. This stunning phenomenon is caused by electrically charged solar particles. When these particles pass into the Earth´s magnetic atmosphere, they erupt into undulating waves of light. These brilliant bands of light are most commonly a glowing greenish yellow color, but lucky viewers can sometimes also see vivid red, blue, and violet colors included in the fabulous display.
The best place to experience the Aurora Borealis is in the waters around Fairbanks, Alaska on a Northern Lights Alaskan cruise far from the lights and pollution of civilization. This region is located above 65 degrees latitude in what is known as the “aurora oval,” where the Northern Lights are the brightest and occur most frequently.
Now is the perfect time to plan your Northern Lights Alaska cruise!
The Northern Lights viewing season is short, running from May through September. While there is no guarantee that the Aurora Borealis will appear on any given night, this viewing season is the most reliable time of year to see the Northern Lights in Alaska. Between May to September, the weather is mild around Fairbanks and skies tend to be clear. The sky stays dark the longest in Alaska during this viewing season, making it easier to see the Northern Lights in their full glory.
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