A spectacular event takes place each year in the dark skies above the earth’s North Pole: the incandescent dance of the Northern Lights.
Created by charged sun particles colliding with gaseous particles in the earth’s atmosphere, the resulting auroral displays of coloured lights dancing across the sky in rippling waves and eerie glows is one of our planet’s most beautiful naturally occurring events.
Peregrine’s Northern Lights tours give passengers a front row seat for this celestial display. Visit Somerset Island in Nunavut, Canada, for an Arctic Watch wildlife adventure, voyage around the rugged Greenland coast to Ittoqqortoormiit, the most isolated town in the country, or head to Iceland’s Lake Myvatn to witness the majesty of the aurora in all its glory. A Northern Lights trip with a small group of like-minded travellers is the perfect way to enjoy this incredible event.
Our Northern Lights tours and trips
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Northern Lights reviews
Our trips score an average of 5 out of 5 based on 6 reviews in the last year.
Icelandic Northern Lights, January 2018
Excellent destination with spectacular scenery other than the Northern Lights
Review submitted 15 Feb 2018
Icelandic Northern Lights, November 2017
Wonderful destination and great group. Turned out we were the only ones on the tour so we got extra special treatment. Loved it!
Review submitted 27 Nov 2017
Icelandic Northern Lights, January 2017
Our Northern Lights trip was awesome with seeing the lights stretching from horizon to horizon being the highlight! Our leader took us to some incredible geological formations including the glacial lake, geysers, hot springs ( pack your bathers!), fantastic lava stacks, but also great restaurants too. Iceland is beautiful. We were fortunate to have great weather with only one rainy day ( remember this was during the northern winter) so waterproof pants and jacket were essential then. Pack warm clothes too- thermals, scarves, waterproof gloves, hot hands packs. A must go destination !!
Review submitted 26 Feb 2017
2017 & 2018 Northern Lights departure dates