5.Tromsø Northern Lights
Tromsø is located in the middle of the Northern Lights Oval, which is the area in the world with the highest probability of seeing the green lady. This means that there will always be good chances of Northern Lights in the Tromsø region, regardless of the sun’s cycles.
4.Lofoten Northern Lights
Lofoten is situated just beneath the auroral oval, a belt of light that encircles the geomagnetic poles and provides some of the best chances of seeing the northern lights. … Northern lights over Hamnøy, Lofoten.
3.Skibotn Northern Lights
Skibotn valley. The area is in the middle of the northern lights oval. Because of the dry climate in Skibotn, this is one of the best places to look for Aurora Borealis.
2.Senja and Dyrøy Northern Lights
Majestic mountains, fjords and ocean! Senja and Dyrøy are “Insta-friendly” and packed with stunning scenery, great hikes and raw mountains, accompanied by beautiful coastal paths, and cultural history.
One of the best aurora borealis locations in the world!
Since it does need to be dark in order to see the Northern Lights in the sky, late August/September through the very beginning of April is the best time to go to a destination located in the aurora zone for a chance to see them.
Have a nice trip!