Best way to see the Northern Lights... if only they had this in Iceland. Finland is on the list, just not at the top with Iceland.
PRITTE Organic Skin Therapy (pritte.com) loves this idea! Glass igloos for guests to watch the Northern Lights in Finland
Forget your GoPro or iPhone, you won't be able to see shit in a picture of the Northern Lights unless you have the right camera and the right settings.
Find everything from essential gear to the camera settings in this guide to photographing the Northern Lights
No privacy, but I think I could handle that when there's like 4 feet of snow outside.
Tips for Photographing the Northern Lights
Truly once-in-a-lifetime. We slept in a heated igloo under the Northern Lights http://www.bruisedpassports.com/wheres/kakslauttanen-arctic-resort-finland-lapland-review
the beautiful Northern Lights in Alaska...just one time and i can die happy...
This far north, you can see the Aurora Borealis around 200 days a year. Glass igloos are available from August through April, which are the best time to see this natural light show.
I spent approximately $350 USD on 3 amazing days seeing the Northern lights in Abisko, Sweden - including flights to and from Stockholm! Find out how.