Scotland, United Kingdom
How to reach:
By Air: Scotland is connected to many major countries of the World through the nearest International Airports- Aberdeen International Airport (just 8 miles North-West of Scotland), Edinburgh Airport (10 miles West from Scotland) and Glasgow International Airport (8 miles West).
You can see the Northern Lights in many parts of Scotland, which are- Shetland, Orkney, Caithness, Aberdeenshire, Moray Coast, The far North-West of Scotland, Angus, the Coast of Fife, Cairngorms, Galloway Forest Park, Calton Hill, Arthur’s Seat, Rannoch Moor and Perthshire. To reach any of these places, from the airport, you can hire a car or use buses or coaches.
By Train: The Railway System of Scotland is well connected with England via the West coast and the East coast. Five Day Trains and two Night/Sleeper Trains are available.
From the railway station, you can take a bus or a coach or hire a car to reach the Northern Lights view point.
By Car/ Bus: Scotland has a good network of roads and you can go to view the Northern Lights easily by buses, coaches or rental cars.
By Ferry: Ferry services are available from Europe and Northern Ireland.
Best time to visit: March and April, September and October.
Professional Service: Professional photographic guidance is available.