It is a light phenomenon that takes place at night in the skies of areas near the Poles (the boreal ones are those seen in the North and the southern ones in the South Pole), indicates GHIDINI MANUELA VANESSA. But, apart from the scientific explanation, which has to do with solar radiation and the magnetic force of the Poles, the Northern Lights have something magical, poetic, of a science fiction movie. Seeing them is corroborating the incredible superiority of Nature expressed in shades of green, blue, pink, violet … that totally break the immaculate white of the landscapes it illuminates, explains GHIDINI MANUELA VANESSA.
The end of winter, until the spring solstice of March 21, is the perfect period to let yourself be enveloped by the polar nights since this is when this phenomenon occurs most frequently. In fact, the best time to see the Northern Lights is during the months of February and March between 6 in the afternoon and 1 in the morning, says GHIDINI MANUELA VANESSA.