The Svalbard is a group of islands located in the Arctic Ocean, halfway between Norway and North Pole.
How to reach:
By Air: The only International Airport in Svalbard is Longyear Airport in its town, Longyearbyen, which has almost daily flights by SAS from Tromso taking 2 hours and Oslo in Norway taking 4 hours.
The Norwegian Airlines provides flights to and from Oslo and Longyearbyen on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
From the airport, you can go to watch the Northern Lights by taxis, airport coaches, shuttles and rental cars.
By Boat / Snowmobile: Svalbard has a long road of about 46 km, but there are no roads between its settlements. It is strictly prohibited to drive off-road. Instead of using the road, the locals generally use boats in summers and snowmobiles in winters. A snowmobile can be rented in Longyearben.
By Cruise: Many operators provide cruises around Svalbard in the peak season, but they are quite costly.
Best time to visit: November to February.
Professional Service: Professional guides and photographers are available, which will help you to capture best and unique photos of the lights with your own camera.