Hunting the Northern Lights tour!

Season 2020


The next good possibility according the forecast:
03 — 04 and 18 — 23 december 2020

Duration of staying in Murmansk:
from 1 to 3 days depending on the weather conditions in Kola peninsula and solar activity

Prices by group size:
price is 9000 rubles per person for group of 2; discounts are available for larger groups


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Welcome to our tour!


Pictures of Northern Lights in Kola peninsula of Russia © Photo by our guide Alexander Stepanenko. All rights reserved.


Our tour

«Miraculous!», «Stunning!», «Captivating!» — are usually the first words used to describe the Northern Lights by those who see it for the first time on the winter skyline. Adults revisit their childlike sense of wonder when they look up the sky to witness this spectacle.

Lately it is becoming increasingly popular to tour places where you can see the Aurora Borealis, and on many travelers’ lists this experience is as important as visiting Paris or Rome. But you don’t have to travel another planet to see this mystic dance of magical lights in the Northern sky. Just order our tour ‘Hunting the Northern Lights’.

We do our tour in Kola Peninsula. This is the area located in the north-west of Russia and beyond the Arctic Circle. To join the tour with us you need to fly to Murmansk.

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Our guide-photographer


Alexander Stepanenko — professional photographer with more than 30 years of experience, winner of many photo competitions worldwide, teaches photography in Murmansk. For several years he has been photographing the Northern Lights and developed his unique method of capturing this incredible phenomenon.

© All rights reserved. Alexander Stepanenko

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Northern Lights Hunter Pack

In order your Hunting for Northern Lights to pass more comfortably and professionally, we offer to purchase a set of the Hunter for the Northern Lights, as well as small souvenirs::