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5 Days
Availability : September 6 - 10, 2021
Harstad-Narvik Airport, Norway (EVE)
Harstad-Narvik Airport, Norway (EVE)
Min Age : 10+
Max People : 10
& Inspiration

The ‘Great Aurora Hunt’

“Awe-inspiring, magical, breath taking, spellbinding, mesmerising”, these are a few of the words used by our clients to describe the Aurora Borealis or – as they are more commonly called – the Northern Lights. In fact, no amount of words or, indeed, images could ever do real justice to the Aurora. It is, to my mind, one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular natural phenomena – if not the most spectacular – and it’s hardly surprising that it’s on so many people’s wish-list.

The very first time I witnessed them for myself I was literally speechless. I just lay, silent in the snow, captivated by this truly amazing spectacle unfolding before my eyes. The only noises that I could hear were the faint sound of a reindeer bell tinkling in the distance and the sound of my own breathing. It was a wonderful experience and one that will live with me for a lifetime. Since then I have been fortunate enough to have seen the ‘Spirits in the Sky’ many times and I think that it’s fair to say that I’ve become somewhat addicted to them. The beautiful thing is that they are always different. Sometimes they come in spirals, at other times as ribbons or bands, always varying in speed, colour and intensity. In order to fully appreciate the magnificence of this natural light display it simply must be experienced first- hand and, believe me, it’s something that’s well worth braving the elements for.

On behalf of the team, we very much look forward to welcoming you to Northern Norway.

Andy Keen,

Professional photographer, veteran Aurora chaser and Director of Cameras Go Wild.

This 5 day Northern Lights & Arctic Nature adventure is led by professional photographers and veteran Aurora chasers, Andy Keen and Alex Keen; both of whom are highly experienced in this part of the world.

Experience Can Make All The Difference Between Success And Failure

Hence the Team's 95% Success Rate Over a 10 Year Period

Andy Keen and his team of fellow Northern Lights chasers have over 10 years’ experience of intercepting the Aurora for their clients: in multiple locations across Scandinavia and often in rapidly-changing weather conditions. Their proven track record, in-depth knowledge and photographic expertise ensure you stand the best possible chance of seeing and capturing the Aurora in-camera.

Although nobody can offer a 100% cast iron guarantee that the Aurora will be visible in the night sky (which can be due to multiple factors including; local weather conditions and low levels of solar activity on any particular given night, for example,) what we are able to say in complete confidence is that ever since this particular team started leading tours way back in 2010, 95% of their guests have seen the Aurora during their stay, and very often not just once but rather on multiple occasions. In essence, Andy and his team live and breathe the Aurora and you can rest assured that they shall not only wish to share that passion with you, but that they will also be doing their level best to fulfil your dream – possibly a lifelong dream – of seeing it.

Securing your place(s) on this tour

The maximum number of people permitted on this tour is 9 and therefore, if it’s of interest to you, then we’d suggest that you secure your place(s) at your earliest convenience. In order to do this we would kindly ask that you pay a deposit amounting to 10% of the total tour cost via our secure online payment gateway. The balance should be paid 12 weeks prior to the tour start date.

Please note that the minimum overall group required for the tour to operate is five in total.

Tour Start & Return Location

Harstad-Narvik Airport, Northern Norway

Tour Starting Time


Price Includes

  • 4 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • 4 Breakfasts
  • 4 Dinners2 Course (Inc. Soft drink)
  • Return Airport TransfersHarstad-Narvik airport to hotel, and vice versa.
  • 3 nights Aurora chasingAccompanied by professional photographers and veteran Aurora chasers
  • Photographic Guidance Whilst Searching For The Auroras (If required)
  • Hot drinks whilst searching for the Auroras
  • All ground transport during the tour

Price Excludes

  • International and Domestic Flights
  • Lunches and any alcoholic beverages / soft drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel / Medical Insurance


  • Tea & Coffee in the hotel lobby (24h)
  • A group photograph - in digital format - of you and your group standing under the Northern Lights that you can share with your family and friends* Obviously dependent upon completion of a successful chase of course
Travel safe during COVID-19

What To Expect
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Temperature checks for tour participants upon arrival
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Day 1Welcome to Northern Norway

17:45 Arrive at Harstad-Narvik (EVE) airport, Norway.
18:15 Transfer to hotel & check-in

19:00 – 20:00 Dinner followed by an evening at leisure
*(Please note that if weather conditions permit, and there are reasonable levels of solar activity, then we may head out in search of the Northern Lights on night one, so please be prepared for this.)

Day 2Sámi Culture & Northern Lights

07:30 – 09:30 Breakfast followed by a day at leisure, or –
11:30 – 15:30  Join The Optional Daytime Excursion (€75 euros, payable locally)
Today there will be an opportunity to visit a Sámi camp, where you will learn something about the proud Sámi nation, their lifestyle and culture.

18:00 – 19:30 Dinner
20:00 – Midnight Northern Lights Chase

Day 3Arctic Wildlife, Mountains and Fjords

07:30 – 09:30 Breakfast followed by a day at leisure or –
11:30 – 15:30  Join The Optional Daytime Activity (€100, payable locally)

Today there will be an opportunity to visit the Arctic wilderness centre where you will get to see a range of Arctic wildlife including wolves, lynx, reindeer and moose. Whilst driving to the centre you will pass though some wonderful scenery including mountains and fjords.

18:00 – 19:30 Dinner followed by an evening a leisure.

Day 4Norwegian Culture & Northern Lights

07:30 – 09:00 Breakfast followed by a day at leisure, or –
12:00 – 16:00  Join The Optional Daytime Activity (€75, payable locally)
Today there will be an opportunity to pay a visit to the Trondenes Historical Centre. The centre presents more than 2,000 years of history in the region, which was once a Viking Era power centre. Local chieftains included Thorir Hund, who killed Norway’s Patron Saint, Saint Olav during the Battle of Stiklestad in 1030. The Trondenes Historical Centre tells the history of the area from the early Viking settlement to the 1940-1945 Nazi German occupation, with paintings, artefacts and statues depicting their history.

20:00 – Midnight – Northern Lights Chase

Day 5A Fond Farewell

07:00 – 08:30 Breakfast
09:00 – Transfer to Harstad-Narvik airport / Tour Ends


* Please note that this itinerary may be subject to modification depending upon local weather conditions on any given day, as well as levels of Solar activity during the evening hours. We are sure that you’ll appreciate that in order to maximise the chances of seeing the Northern Lights that we always have to work alongside Nature, and therefore have to remain fairly flexible.

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Solo Traveller

Andy Keen and his team of Aurora Hunters are a group who are consistently able to find the elusive Aurora when others cannot.   Their dedication and willingness to go the extra “Mile  / Kilometre” make them the Team to be with when searching for Auroras. They will leave no stone unturned in trying to get clients to be in a prime position for viewing.   I have been with Andy four times in the last four years, and am delighted to say they have a 100% record and on every trip we have had at least one night. Last week was typical of my experience with the great people from Cameras Go Wild, constantly willing to get us to see the Aurora, and did so on 3 out of 4 nights, and with fantastic results. Thanks Andy and Team, you did a fantastic job.  A very satisfied customer who will be back again (and again).

10 January 2020

Janine Finlay

Group Traveller

Andy Keen is an affable chap who I met whilst directing a film about the Aurora Borealis for BBC’s Learning programme ‘Little Stargazing’. We chose Andy to be our ‘on-screen’ guide due to his experience and local knowledge of the Northern Lights. He couldn’t have been more helpful to us in our endeavours, setting up authentic indigenous outdoor experiences for the children and their fathers in addition to hunting out the lights. It was a real adventure and one of the best filming experiences I’ve had – which went on to be nominated for a BAFTA. Andy is a warm, approachable and friendly person who has a genuine enthusiasm for life and the natural world. He loves what he does, and it shows. Get ready for some jaw dropping moments that you won’t forget in a hurry.

15 March 2019
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