The new tour increases your chances by heading far north, since the further north you are, the higher your chances of seeing the display. Also increasing your chances, getting somewhere where the skies are dark 24 hours a day.
"As the northern lights are a natural phenomenon, they are never guaranteed," says Jonny Cooper, Arctic travel expert and Off the Map founder. "To have the best chance of seeing them you need clear, dark skies, and you will more than double your chances of getting just that when the sun never rises."
The trip is only available from November through January when the sun doesn't peak over the horizon. You'll stay at a new luxury hotel, the Funken Lodge, on the island of Svalbard. (You know, where the Panserbjørne live in His Dark Materials series.) That's included in the steep $1,470 per person price tag, which does not include flights to this remote region.