Situated in Canada’s Northwest corner, up near the Arctic Circle, the Yukon territory offers visitors the best seats in the house to view the world’s most spectacular light show. The Yukon’s pitch-black sky provides the perfect backdrop for the sulphurous green sheen ripples to dance and explode across the vast expanse of the night sky.
It goes without saying that Mother Nature certainly knows how to put on a show. A show so spectacular that people will travel right across the world to experience it – from celestial ballets of light dancing across the Northern Hemisphere to ferocious lava flowing through craters made from past eruptions.
The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, is a magical natural phenomenon in shades of green, blue and sometimes red, that only occurs in the northern hemisphere.
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