They have nice arrangements to view the aurora. They bring you to the village, which is on the bank of a lake (frozen in winters) and have teepees in which you can keep yourself warm, till the aurora appears. There are arrangements for tea and coffee. The area on the lake provides a nice and dark sky to view even level 2 auroras. I didn't find the location of the heated seats useful, because sometimes the lights from the teepees can interfere with the aurora viewing experience. It is beneficial to rent the winter clothing from the Aurora village guys, because at -20 C, with the wind chill, that is the clothing needed to keep you alive!!
The day time activities are fun. We loved the dog sled ride as the trail was nicely designed with ups and downs and bumps along the way to give a nice sense of thrill. The experience of sliding down a steep slide of snow and ice is also extremely thrilling. Feast yourself on marshmallows after roasting them over fire. The only problem is that they pick up from 5 hotels in the downtown and if you are staying elsewhere, you need to make your own arrangements to reach one of those hotels.
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