There are several countries in the world that are the place where natural phenomenon Aurora Borealis emerges. The radiant glow of light on the ionosphere of a planet can be seen from two parts, the north and south of the earth. Countries in the north include Norway, Alaska, Finland, Iceland, Canada and Sweden. The best time to watch this unique phenomenon is November to February, where the sky is darkest.
Aurora is a natural phenomenon that resembles a glowing beam of light in the sky. Aurora phenomenon usually occurs in countries located near the north pole and south pole. Aurora which is located in the northern part is called Northern Lights and for the southern part is called Southern Lights. For those of you who are interested in seeing the beauty of aurora, here are the best locations that can be visited.

Tromso, Norway
A northern Norwegian city called Tromso is one of the popular destinations for watching aurora. The advantage of Tromso in aurora tours is the availability of a choice of "Northern Lights Cruise" tour packages, namely watching the aurora while sailing on a cruise ship which usually runs from September to March.
Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
Set against a clean, cloudless sky, Kangerlussuaq in Greenland is the best spot to watch the aurora that usually appears between October and April throughout the year. Even tourists who visit this place don't need to walk far to see aurora, because aurora can usually be seen from their hotel room window.
Reykjavik, Iceland
The city of Reykjavik in Iceland can also be a choice for watching spectacular auroras. This area provides several tours that will take you a little away from the city center, to a place that has brighter skies so that you can see the aurora more clearly, without being touched by pollution.
Fairbanks, Alaska
Fairbanks, Alaska is one of the main destinations for watching aurora. In Fairbanks, you can enjoy the beauty of the aurora while soaking in a hot tub. Of course this will be very fun and make the experience a little different. Fairbanks is also the location of the Alaska Geophysical Institute which released estimates of the time and location of the aurora to be seen.
Yellowknife, Canada
Canada is one of the countries that also offers beautiful auroras. A park called Aurora Village in Yellowknife offers an Indian tribal camping experience while enjoying aurora. This camper provides camp complete with warmers and chairs to witness the aurora phenomenon.