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We’re delighted to announce the launch of a brand new adventure, “Wild about Lapland”

This six day adventure is aimed at those individuals amongst you who are looking to focus their time, energy and lenses on one thing, The Northern Lights. Before you read on, please be aware that it’s definitely not one for the faint-hearted, as these will be extremely long nights. Moreover, you will be pretty much cut off from “civilization” for the full duration of the tour.

The tour shall be hosted in a private villa, which is located in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by nature and far away from any noise or light pollution. The location itself is absolutely stunning, a real picture postcard setting amidst a winter wonderland.

Three nights shall be spent attempting to observing and to photograph one of earth’s most spectacular natural phenomena, the Aurora Borealis. Each of the sessions Aurora sessions shall last a minimum of 6 hours (20:00 – 02:00). Ideally – weather conditions & levels of geomagnetic disturbance permitting of course – this can be done fairly close to the villa, as the setting is picture perfect. However, if we happen to have a low pressure weather front over us during these nights, we will of course use the vehicle to try and find clear sky, and provide a change of location too In essence, Mother Nature shall dictate the terms, and we shall be working alongside her in order to achieve the best possible outcome.

During the day you will have plenty of time to rest and, should you so wish, to process images that you’ve gathered the night before. Help will be on hand to help you to do this should you require it. You may also care to take a stroll, and immerse yourself in those magical winter landscapes. Who knows, you could quite well encounter a reindeer or two and, if you’re extremely lucky, then you may even spot the King of the forest, the majestic European Elk (Alces Alces). You just never know what you’ll see out there so it really does pay to be stealthy and be observant, particularly in this part of the world where there are far more animals than people.

We have over 10 years’ experience of intercepting the Aurora for our clients: in multiple locations across Scandinavia and often in rapidly-changing weather conditions. Our proven track record, in-depth knowledge and photographic expertise ensure you stand the best possible chance of seeing and capturing the Aurora in-camera. In essence, we live and breathe the Aurora and we wish to share that passion with you.

Included

  • 5 nights accommodation on full board basis (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Return airport transfers
  • 3 Nights Aurora Chasing / Guiding
  • Photographic guidance if required
  • Image processing workshop
  • Loan of a one piece thermal suit

Securing you place(s) on this tour

We’ve decided to limit spaces on this particular expedition to a maximum of 6 people 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 via international bank transfer 12 weeks prior to the tour start date.

The minimum number of people required for this tour to operate is four in total.

Read more, and secure your place(s) here

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