The Northern Lights regularly appear everywhere in northern Lapland. In northern Lapland, above the Arctic Circle, the chance of seeing the Aurora Borealis is about every other clear night between September to March. It should be moonless night (or at least not a full moon), clear sky and a bit of Solar activity during the previous couple of days. The region of Lapland sees the Northern Lights more than 200 nights in a year ! The Northern Lights are one of the most incredibly beautiful, natural spectacles that you will ever experienced. Trying to plan where to go for the best chances of seeing the Northern Lights in Lapland.
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