It’s no secret tiny dwellings are certainly having a moment. The Northern Lights are also increasingly becoming a point of interest for travelers in 2016, considering the sun is entering an 11-year stretch of low activity, making the light show an increasingly rare event.
It makes sense then that someone came up with the ingenious idea to make a climate-controlled, tiny glass house powered by a snowmobile to view the Northern Lights. You can even stay in it overnight, officially making this the most unique glamping experience.
Finland-based Off The Map Travel capitalized on adventure seekers wanting to catch the aurora borealis, while also keeping guests comfortable AF. Part of their four-day Lapland Aurora package, guests will jet into the darkness of Kilpisjärvi, Finland, which is about as far north as it gets in Finland.
The experience costs around $1,365 per person, but just think about the Instagramable-views you’re going to get.
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