Fairbanks Aurora Tours Launches Website Promoting Northern Lights Viewing

Fairbanks, Alaska-based Fairbanks Aurora Tours offer an opportunity for tourists and locals to learn about the Northern Lights or Aurora. The tours rely on technology to predict the natural phenomena and to predict what places with have the best viewing conditions.

Fairbanks AK - October 12, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Fairbanks Aurora Tours is pleased to announce that their new website and business is focused on offering spectacular views of the Northern Lights in full splendor. The tours are small in size and feature transportation to and from hotels. The professionally led tours strive to offer customers an exceptional tour which maximizes the chances of seeing the Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights while assisting members of the tour group with the technical knowledge to take fantastic photos of the night sky display.

According to a spokesperson from the tour company, "We are starting to get 5-star Trip Advisor reviews, which are linked to our web pages. A selection of reviews can be seen at https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g60826-d12537415-Reviews-Fairbanks_Aurora_Tours-Fairbanks_Alaska.html. After you are picked up from your Fairbanks area hotel, you will join a small group and travel by ground for up to two hours to the clearest spot free of light pollution in the interior for prime viewing of the Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights. Your guide will give you valuable information on how to take pictures and photograph the Aurora."

The tours operate from September through April, which is the best viewing period. Group members are picked up between 9 and 10 pm and return to their hotels between 3 and 4 am. The tours depart from and return to Fairbanks, Alaska hotels on a daily basis. The group sizes are small so that the members can receive personalized, hands-on technical training on how to take photos of the Northern Lights from their friendly local Alaskan Guide.

The fully guided tour includes an email and or phone leading up to the tour with a time for pickup and an explanation of the science behind the Aurora display. Group members learn what makes Fairbanks an ideal location for Aurora viewing. Additional information about the history of Fairbanks and gold mining in the Interior is included.

Contact Info:
Name: Aaron
Organization: Fairbanks AuroraTours
Phone: (907) 978-1766 (12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Alaska time)

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For more information, please visit https://www.fairbanksauroratours.com/

Source: MarketersMedia

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