What time of year is best to see the Northern Lights in Scotland?
Autumn and winter are the best times of year to see the Northern Lights in Scotland as the nights are the darkest. Late at night or the early hours of the morning are generally your best chance of catching them.
Can I see the Aurora Borealis in Scotland?
Usually, they can only be seen in the most northerly parts of the UK in Scotland, but on Saturday and Sunday they were visible as far south as Wales. The Northern Lights are one of nature’s great spectacles, something you are not likely to forget seeing.
How long does it take to drive Route 500 Scotland?
Our advice is to allow at least 5 days to drive the full route round-trip, although more days will obviously allow you to see more. If you have less than 5 days, we’d recommend focusing on a section of the route or a region or two in the area.
Can u see the Northern Lights in Aberdeen?
Those in lower altitude areas of the north and north-east and along the Aberdeenshire and Moray coast had the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights.
Can I see the Northern Lights in Aberdeen?
You might ask, ‘do the Northern Lights appear in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire’? The answer yes and here is the proof. The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon which have captivated people for hundreds of years.