Whether wrapped up warm to spend evenings under the stars in a Northern Lights igloo or taking part in an active adventure like snowshoeing, there are a number of ways to experience the natural phenomenon at its best.
Here, we've picked a few of our favourite Northern Lights holidays in Finland, Iceland and Sweden. Be inspired by these incredible Northern Lights trip ideas for the 2019/20 season...
Sleep in a Northern Lights cabin in Finland
Waiting around for the Aurora Borealis to make an appearance can leave you shivering, especially with temperatures dropping to -40C in Lapland, but a stay in a warm means you can get cosy to enjoy the show!
On an action-packed escape to Finnish Lapland, you'll not only sleep under the stars in the glass-roofed accommodation for two, but also get out and about to explore the serene surroundings with aurora showshoeing to see them on foot, husky sledding during the day and a photography workshop so you can take the perfect snaps along the way.
Drive around Iceland and stay in remote hotels
The more remote you are, the easier it is to spot the Northern Lights when they make an appearance and on a trip to Iceland you'll want to stay as far as possible from any light pollution. On a , you'll have a couple of extra days longer than the standard long weekend people take to do some aurora hunting, too.
You can spend the days with complete freedom to explore Iceland as you wish - whether you want to visit the popular sites or discover some hidden gems - before retiring to hotels like Husafell and Ranga, where the staff will wake you up if an aurora display takes place while you're asleep.
Visit one of the world's best places to see the Northern Lights in Sweden
Head for Swedish Lapland and you'll be in for a treat. It's here where you'll find the , known as one of the top places to spot the green lights thanks to its crystal-clear skies. On a unique winter holiday to the region, you'll have dinner at the Abisko Aurora Sky Station, before looking out for the Northern Lights and spending the night in the only hotel in the national park.
But that's not all. On another incredible night in Sweden, you'll stay at the famous Icehotel, sleeping in a room and bed made of ice - how's that for making your Northern Lights adventure one to remember?
Get even closer to the natural phenomenon on a Northern Lights flight
Want to tick off the bucket list experience in a day? Take a from London Gatwick, where you'll fly above the clouds and away from the light pollution to chase the green lights on a three-hour adventure. Before the flight, you'll have a delicious three-course dinner to fill you up in time for the departure.
You will also be joined by astrophotographer and BBC The Sky at Night regular Pete Lawrence, who will tell you what to expect, how the flight will work and what causes the incredible light display.