Seeing the Aurora Borealis for the first time can take the breath away and make the imagination dance among the stars. It is something you will never forget and will cherish for a lifetime.
Standing underneath the stars one evening and here comes a cloud of amazing colors dancing among the heavens creating static and unnerving some. Others will look upon it and see the call to heaven among those colors. They race toward the hills and valleys until stopped by some imaginary force.
Look upwards, it seems to call, find me when you can, I will be here. It seems to call to travelers who have wanderlust all their lives. the
The Aurora Borealis also known as the Northern Lights are more common, as the name implies, in the most northern regions of Canada. They are a natural occurrence that will descend upon watchers with an spiritual revelation or feeling that defies science.
This natural beauty, as often as it is ogled, appears all year in Canada. I suppose if you got it, flaunt it. That's what the Northern Lights do, they flaunt and dance around for all to see.
All it takes to see the northern lights is a trip to Canada. This trip is relatively inexpensive for most travelers. Smart travelers will book in advance and make sure to take time to know where they are going to go before getting there. Seeing the Aurora Borealis can also be a guided trip to Canada.
These tours can be easily found and booked as well. The tour guide can answer more questions and are more well informed than most people. It's their jobs to know, so ask questions, don't be shy.
Go view the Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis if not for the fun of it, then for the educational and possible spiritual enlightening of the entire natural event.