Northern Lights Evening Excursion from Murmansk


Approx. 4-5 hours

Tourist activity

Northern Lights Tours

Tourist destination

Murmansk Tours, Arctic Tours

Try your luck in chasing the Northern Lights

  • The evening Aurora pursuit
  • Pick-up and drop-off at your Murmansk accommodation
  • Operated from late August to early April

Evening Northern Lights trip from Murmansk

  • Included meals: No
The pick-up time shall be between 19:00 and 21:00, depending on the Aurora forecast. We will contact you beforehand with information on the exact time.

We will leave the city to avoid light pollution. Following the up-to-date information about the cloud cover, we will drive to the place with fewer clouds where the chances to see Aurora Borealis are the highest. It can be a short drive or a longer one, up to 100 km from the city.
During the tour your guide will introduce you to the history and nature of Murmansk region and tell about the peculiarities of life in the Arctic.

At around 01:00 we will return you back to your accommodation. 

Northern Lights is a natural phenomenon and no one can guarantee that you will definitely see them.

Please be aware that there are no toilets or food outlets on the route once we leave Murmansk.

Dates and prices

Tour with a Russian-speaking group: 6500 Rubles per person.
Private tour: on request.

Additional info:
Please, be properly dressed for the cold. Night winter temperature in the Kola Peninsula can be as low as -30 Centigrade (sometimes lower but we will not operate this tour if the temperature is -35 or so). Median night temperature in the inner parts of the Kola Peninsula in January and February is -15 C.

We recommend multi-layer underwear, good quality insulated boots with warm socks, winter coat, parka or jacket, insulated pants, hat, gloves or mittens. Outfit rental service is not available.


1. Hotel pick up and drop off.
2. Transfers during the trip.
3. Russian/English-speaking guide.
4. Tea and cookies.
5. Pro camera photos.

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