See the magical northern lights
Winter is the season for the northern lights, natures most spectacular light show. If you are coming to Bardufoss to experience the Northern lights we recommend that you visit in the period October to April.
The northern lights, also called Aurora Borealis, have many colours. Read more about the northern lights in the link below
Winter activities in Bardufoss area
The winter season is a magical time in Bardufoss. The season offers a great possibility to see the magical northern lights.
We also have various fun activities in our area including dog sledding, northern lights safari, meeting the indigenous people of the northm the Sami people and reindeer, drive snow mobile or arctic truck.
If you love cross country skiing we recommend that you visit us some time between February and April.
How about a weekend getaway to Bardufoss?
There are two daily departures with Scandinavian Airlines from Oslo, Norways capital, to Bardufoss in Northern Norway. Our hotel is located in the city center, only 5 minutes from Bardufoss airport. There are a number of really awesome activities in our area late summer and fall.
The northern lights, or Aurora Borealis, are natures most spectacular light show. Norway is one of the worlds best destinations to experience the magical natural phenomenon, and for this reason we receive visitors from all over the world.
The phenomenon is technically happening throughout the year, but for us to be able to see it we need it to be dark and preferably a clear sky. The winter season is for this reason the best time to experience the light show. Are you coming to Bardufoss to experience the Northern lights we recommend that you visit in the period October to April.
Summer nights in Northern Norway are quite unique. In Bardufoss you can experience the midnight sun from the 23rd of May to the 19th of July. The sun never sets in this period. One can therefore hike or go canoeing throughout the night.
Places above the arctic circle experience the midnight sun, also called the polar day, due to the axial tilt of the Earth. The further north you get the longer the period of the midnight sun in the summer. During the winters we experience the opposite, the polar nights, when the sun never rise for a few months.