Your guide will pick you up and head as far from the city as possible. It is easier to see the aurora borealis away from the city’s light pollution. Seated warmly in the company vehicle, you will head out to hunt the “dancing lights”. Don’t forget to capture the moment with your camera.
(September to April)
Bundled up comfortably on one of our qamotiq (large Inuit traditional sled), we will head off on snowmobiles to one of our cabins near Iqaluit. While your guide prepares dinner (local specialities are on the menu), you can explore the camp surroundings and look to the sky, eager for the aurora borealis show to start. Spend some time outside watching the aurora borealis, then warm up by the fire in the cabin; it is bound to be a memorable evening.