By: Sahil Luthra
Aurora Borealis, are a spectacular natural light show visible at certain times of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.
Fairbanks is by far one of the best places in the world to view the northern lights, as it's located directly under the auroral oval.
Located 220 miles above the Arctic Circle, Tromsø is one of several top spots to view the northern lights in Norway.
Lapland is located within the Arctic Circle in the northernmost part of Finland.
Fall and winter are the best seasons to witness the aurora, also known in local dialect as the "Mirrie Dancers".
Yellowknife, the capital of Canada's Northwest Territories, is also known as the "Aurora Capital of North America".
The optimal time for seeing the illuminated skies in the northern part of Sweden, in Swedish Lapland, is between early September and late March.
October through March is the best time to chase the aurora borealis in Iceland.
Greenland may not be the most accessible place to travel for viewing the northern lights, but those who make it there will be thrilled they did.
Several destinations in Estonia are popular with local aurora chasers, but Saadjärv is one of the top picks for consistent sightings.
Located less than 10 miles from the Russian border in Finnish Lapland.