At this time of the year, many of us are dreaming of escaping to the tropics, so that we can spend a week lying in a hammock and drinking mojitos.
Forget the warm sand and sea for a minute, and envision a different plan for the weekend- heading to the tundra of Yukon to see the Northern Lights from a plane. This may not be the relaxing vacation that many envision, but it is certainly a novel experience.
TL;DR From Thursday, February 7 to Monday, February 11, Aurora is proposing to take you on the trip of a lifetime. Along with a flight through the northern light, the company promises "Yukon cuisine, First Nations Astronomy, dance and culture, special presentations and day tours."
If you want to spend your hard-earned cash on an experience that you won't get anywhere else, check out Aurora 360, a project which will put you on a plane and fly you through the northern lights.
For the hefty sum of $2,939.00 the company will take you on a four-night tour of Yukon, which includes gourmet meals, beer brewing and special scientific and cultural presentations.
80 lucky passengers will get to see the mesmerising Aurora Borealis up close.
The experience will be exciting, as guests will also be able to tour the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and Takhini Hot Pools.
It's like an all-inclusive beach vacation, except for the fact that you will be in the tundra, not at the beach.
And there are still a few spots left, so now's the time to grab your favourite travel partner and book a few days off work to go experience something totally new.
Would you go on this adventure?