Alaska’s Arctic is one of the best places in the world to view the Aurora Borealis due to the combination of our location directly beneath the Auroral Oval and unique geography that encourages stable, clear weather. However, it does need to be dark enough at night to be able to see the northern lights, and in Alaska the Aurora Season runs from August 21 through April 21.
Depending on your time and budget, you can take a guided evening Aurora tour to a secluded homestead cabin, combine a day trip across the Arctic Circle with extended Aurora watching, or to optimize your chances of encountering this natural phenomenon, spend multiple nights looking for them at the Yukon River or in Coldfoot in the Brooks Range.
Arctic Circle Aurora Drive Adventure
Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure - Northbound
Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure - Southbound
Arctic Circle Yukon River Aurora Drive Adventure
Aurora Overnight: 3 Day | 2 Night
Aurora Overnight: 4 Day | 3 Night
Aurora Overnight: 5 Day / 4 Night
Aurora Overnight: 6 Day | 5 Night
Fall Arctic Circle Aurora Drive Adventure
Fall Aurora Fly Drive Adventure Southbound Ground Tour
Fall Aurora Fly Drive Adventure Northbound Ground Tour
Homestead Aurora Adventure