A keen finder of the optimal scenic wilderness location for your night chasing the northern lights, GuideGunnar sets up his outdoor kitchen and treats you to a tasty, vegetarian Autumn Soup, prepared over the open fire and served with home baked bread. For meat lovers there is the Norwegian delicacy ‘Fenalår’, a dry cured lamb ham which has been part of the Norwegian cuisine for centuries. Fenalår is often compared with prosciutto or jamón curado, only it’s lamb.
So sit back and relax while dinner is being served and GuideGunnar will share stories from local history and Norwegian fairy tales of trolls and moose. And should Lady Aurora disrupt just at dinner time, you’re all set to grab the chance of experiencing the lights.
In your chase for the magical Aurora Borealis, GuideGunnar finds the way to the best weather conditions, delivering a consistently high northern lights finding rate.
In this high quality, good service, small group of only eight guests’ chase into the Arctic wilderness you are well looked after by one of Norway’s most innovative and experienced tour guides. Educated mountain guide, GuideGunnar is known for his energy and enthusiasm, sharing generously his in-depth, local knowledge of heritage and country.
– What is most important to me is that you as a guest shall have the best possible chance to experience what you have come here for; to see the dance of Lady Aurora in the nightern skies.
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Please read tour details before proceeding to online bookings below.
Price NOK 1 850 / guest
Pickup point GuideGunnar Tromsø, street: Sjøgata 29, see Google maps. Meet & greet, bathroom.
Start time: 18:30 / 6.30 pm for introduction by your guide.
Start time: 19:30 / 7.30 pm for introduction by your guide (March 19th - April 10th, 2020)
Duration 6 - 8 hours (and sometimes up to 10 hours, as we sometimes have to drive further for clear sky).
Number of guests 2 - 8 (single bookings welcome as 1+1=2!)
Pick up from GuideGunnar Tromsø, level 1, Sjøgata 29. Google map.
GuideGunnar's guide service.
Dinner served: GuideGunnar’s vegetarian Autumn Soup with home made bread. Fenalår, a dry cured lamb ham.
Catering snacks: Skattøra Lefse; Arctic Norway's traditional and locally made pastry with cream and sweet goat cheese. Served with hot black currant jus.
Arctic proof warm boots and thermo suit. Dress to impress the Arctic's sub zero temperatures.
If we catch a good one, I share a GuideGunnar Aurora Chase photographs from your Aurora night with you.
A Google Map directions link, showing your Aurora Chase tour route.
Return transport to your accommodation, in the city.
GuideGunnar's tours run in a high quality, warm and spacious 14 seater mini bus with on screen introductions to Aurora Borealis en route to the lights.
GuideGunnar's tours run in a high quality, warm and spacious 14 seater mini bus with on screen introductions to Aurora en route to the lights. Please check the pictures of the minibus I am using for my tours >>
Please bring your passport (or other ID for EU citizens) for GuideGunnar's Aurora Chase, as weather conditions might see us chase the lights across the border into Finland.
Please check out GuideGunnar's Clothing and Gear for the Arctic Environment page for more information of how you should dress and prepare yourself and your kids before you arrive Tromsø.
While GuideGunnar's Aurora Chase is a wilderness tour with bathroom facilities that of nature's own, there might be bathroom facilities en route on the Aurora Chase. Please don't hesitate to ask. Need to go before we go? GuideGunnar`s office has rest room facilities.
GuideGunnar tours can be booked as a private tour upon request. For details, please see GuideGunnar's Private Aurora Chase tour page and email Gunnar on firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred dates.