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Améliorez vos chances de voir des aurores boréales avec ce pass de 7 jours au départ de Tromsø. Chaque jour où vous décidez de sortir, embarquez pour un trajet de 7 heures accompagné d'un guide jusqu'à l'endroit où il sera le plus probable de voir les lumières. Profitez de conseils d'un photographe professionnel pour capturer les photos de ce phénomène ; portraits professionnels sont également disponibles à l'achat.
Enregistrez-vous pour votre journée de visite chaque jour avant 13:00 ; cela peut être fait en appelant, en envoyant un email, ou en vous arrêtant au bureau. Veuillez noter : vous devez vous enregistrer chaque jour pour réserver votre place sur ce circuit de nuit.
Avant le début de la visite en soirée à 18:00, rendez-vous dans le bureau vêtus de vêtements chauds et de bonnes chaussures. Le bureau est situé dans le centre-ville de Tromsø, au Kaigata 2A, derrière l'Amalie Hôtel.
Grimpez dans un confortable et bien équipé un véhicule d'excursion assez robuste pour gérer les paysages sauvages norvégiens. Rendez-vous aux lieux que les guides de la journée ont jugé comme étant les meilleures options pour voir les aurores boréales, en fonction de leur expertise et des prévisions météorologiques. Un photographe professionnel vous aidera à optimiser réglages de votre appareil photo pour obtenir les meilleures photos, et est disponible pour des portraits (moyennant un supplément). À mi-chemin de la visite, faites une pause pour des cookies et un chocolat chaud.
Retour au bureau du tour vers 1:00. Votre pass est valable pendant 7 jours, alors que vous pouvez essayer encore une fois le jour suivant si vous n'êtes pas satisfait du spectacle.
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, oct. 2018
The most memorable tour ever! Sebastian and Morgan are the best! The tour company went above and beyond to make sure we see the northern lights and happy to write that we saw it 4 out of the 5 nights!!! Highly recommended!
The Northern Shots Tour with the 7 day Aurora Pass was amazing. I travelled to Tromso alone, from Australia to see the Northern Lights. I was there for 4 days / nights only and I saw the NLs on all 4 nights lucky me. The wonderful people doing the tours were able to seek out clear skies every night - even though we travelled quite a long way some nights. Thank you to all involved. I would recommend this Aurora Pass - even if you are only there for a few nights.
these guys are the best. highly highly recommend paying for 7 day tour as you are not guaranteed to see the light. we were in Tromso for 4 nights and we were soooo lucky to see it on the first night but we still went on all other nights and on our last night we didn't get to see anything and every night was sooo different and they took us to different location. chasing northern light is a hard activity as bus leaves every night at 6 and gets back about 1 am so be ready for it and make sure you take your good camera and tripod. one thing I didn't do.
Quite reasonable and very much worth the grand northern lights. We were able to take this trip for 3 nights and on two out of these three nights we saw the lights. They take a good effort to take you where the skies would be most clear and are very informative. Joel was our guide on the first two nights and was very patient and helpful to show us the camera settings. On the third night, our guide was Francesco who took us to a location where skies were clearing up, despite the cloudy weather in Tromso. I wish we could take this tour for all the 7 nights. Much recommend this pass if you plan to stay for max number of nights in Tromso.
I would highly recommend this if you are staying in Tromso more than three nights and intend to chase the light for at least three times. Not able to see the light at Rovaniemi Finland in January 2016, I planned for 6 nights stay at Tromso and the 7 day pass is the most economical. I intended to go for all 6 nights but one night was cancelled due to the snow storm as it was deemed unsafe.
The office staffs were very friendly and helpful. Bus was comfortable and equipped with clean non smelly toilet, driver did regular checks while we were not moving. All the guides were knowledgeable and helpful. They did a great job explaining about the aurora, they strategies each outing to improve the possibility of sighting, help us with our camera settings, make hot chocolate and took our potraits on request. We had 5 amazing nights with Joel and Francesco for 2 nights each and Morgan for one night. First night with Joel was our first experience, not knowing what to expect. It was cloudy so we have to wait in the falling snow. Joel pointed at a slight pale stripe on the sky, so my husband captured it. It was too pale that can only be seen in picture. Second night with Francesco was much better. We went to Sommaray Island saw many beautiful lights even with our naked eyes.
Seeing the aurora in its pale green appearing in the sky was truly an experience which cannot be described in a book. Chasing it every night for 5 nights in a cold, open dark snowy area somewhere in the arctic at negative Celsius, several nights with snow storm seems extremely hard, but the experience was wonderful. I will do it again if given the opportunity.
Northernshots Tours is good value as it does not include the non necessities in the price. You pay what you need. Boot, suits, hat can be rented at a fee. They provide camera tripod for loan. Hot chocolate and cookies are free.
The pass is a must have if you plan to stay in Tromso for several nights and want to make sure to see the Northern Lights. It's not as easy as it seems to get to see them since the sky has to be clear and the solar activity should be quite high so going only for one night might not be very successful. It took us 4 chases out of the 7 possible and we got to see the lights only once.
Be prepared for a bus ride especially if the weather is not very good: they go even to Finland in search for some openings in the sky.
Joel and Francesco were amazing guides and photographers: during the bus ride they will explain everything you need to know about the Aurora, will give you tips on how to take photos of it and help you set up your camera better to have a DSRL.
You can also rent a tripod in their office before departure if you don't have one remember to request it in advance as they have limited availability.
The wait for the lights to appear can be quite long so make sure to dress accordingly. While you are waiting they will serve you hot chocolate, tea and cookies.
The staff is very friendly and will answer any questions you might have.
Feel happiness to see aurora every night!!!!! Rembmer to book a reservation before 13:00 by E-mail to make sure you can enjoy aurora every single night under the clean stary sky. Tour guides are very professional and helpful to your camera. And even take wonderful photos for you. If you're staying in Tromso several days, take this 7-day unlimited pass as your best choice.
We went for 2 nights in the first week of December. The first night, as our guide told us, we were spoiled because there were nonstop lights under very clear skies for nearly 3-4 hours. The second night we had to work a little harder and they drove us all the way to the Finnish border in order to see them through the near blizzard conditions. The guides were extremely knowledgeable and helpful, especially when it came to offering to take pictures of us under the lights and helping out with our own camera settings to help us get the best photos we could. There were 2 guides each night and between the 2 of them had most languages, including English, German, Dutch, Italian and Spanish covered, so communication was rarely an issue. After looking at our pictures we already have family and friends who are waiting for us to plan another trip to Tromso so that they could come with us. And if we do go back we would definitely go through Northern Shots again.
The company puts a lot of effort into making sure you get the chance to see the northern lights. On the nights I went, the guides told us about the evening's gameplan and what are chances were of seeing the lights. They don't sugarcoat it if the weather is unfavorable. They're willing to go as far as the Norwegian/Finnish border to get some clear skies. The bus we used to get there had WiFi and toilets. The cookies and snacks they give you aren't anything special, but they're definitely appreciated when you've been standing out in the cold.