For over a decade Andy Keen and his team have been chasing and photographing one of Earth’s most spectacular natural phenomena, the Aurora Borealis. Their quest has taken them to many beautiful parts of the world including Northern Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. As you may imagine this has involved countless hours of driving – very often in hazardous road conditions – to not only locate the Aurora, but also to find the ideal location to observe and photograph it; ideally as far away from light and noise pollution as practically possible.
If you’d like to join them on one of their adventures then we’d suggest either ‘Wild about Northern Norway’ , ‘Wild about Lofoten’, ‘Wild about Lapland’ or ‘Wild about Iceland’, all of which offer excellent opportunities for Aurora sightings – local weather conditions and levels of solar activity permitting of course. Up to now, 95% of the groups that they’ve taken out on tour have been fortunate enough to witness the “lights”, and very often not just once but rather on multiple occasions.
Could it be your turn next?