For about 250 nights a year, the northern lights dance across the sky in and around Fairbanks. Experience the natural phenomenon in comfort at the Borealis Basecamp. Just 25 miles outside the Alaskan city, the remote camp is host to a collection of 10 fiberglass igloos. The cozy domes are designed to maximize the nightly show with 16-foot curved windows, allowing guests to view the Arctic sky from their bed. Each igloo also includes a sitting area, breakfast bar, and a full bathroom. During the day, visitors can explore the 100-acre property by dogsled or snow machine and when it's time to refuel, the onsite restaurant serves local delicacies inside a custom yurt.
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