After 3 nights when the tour didn't run (they only run when there is a good chance of seeing the lights) we finally set out. You need a good quality camera as the naked eye isn't good enough to see the detail. You also need good thermal clothing as you will be out for over an hour in sub zero temperatures. Also make sure you book when there is no full moon as this would make the chances of seeing the lights almost nil
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