10. Northern Lights, Alaska
The Northern Lights season in Alaska is between mid-September and late April, peaking in March. There’s nothing more relaxing than watching the vivid colors of the Alaskan sky while enjoying a glass of red wine in an igloo made out of glass that keeps you warm and cozy.
If you’re planning to see this spectacular show, the best places to stay are Fairbanks and Anchorage. Here’s another interesting thing about Alaska’s northern lights: Some Inuit groups saw these lights as the spirits of the animals they had hunted, namely beluga whales, seals, salmon and deer.