Did you know that Finland is one of the best places in the world to observe the Northern Lights? Seeing the Northern Lights is often the main goal of travelers coming to Suomi. Because it’s a natural phenomenon, it’s impossible to guarantee that magical shots will appear in the sky, but the further north you are, the better your chances. Particles that form magical spolokhas are always present in the atmosphere, but you can only see the light show if the weather conditions are right. The Northern Lights observation season starts at the end of August when the nights get darker and continues until the beginning of April when the nights get lighter. The further you get away from the city lights, the better, so the pristine vastness of Finnish Lapland is the best place to observe this amazing phenomenon.
Aurora Borealis, known as northern lights, is caused by gas particles in the atmosphere colliding with charged electrons from the Sun’s atmosphere. Norther Lights are most often found at high latitudes near the magnetic North Pole. But sometimes this activity reaches its maximum and can be observed far south of the polar circle.
Aurora Borealis video
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