You can live stream the Northern Lights from home

Siobháin Spear
Apr 16, 2020

Discover one of nature’s phenomenal light displays online.

If you’re not already familiar with EXPLORE.org, you should spend a few minutes getting acquainted with the site. It is the largest live nature cam network on the planet, meaning that you can enjoy the natural world in real-time as the raw footage is livestreamed.

The platform takes you to some of the most remote places around the world, so you can expect to discover everything from the plains of Kenya, Africa, to the riverbanks of Katmai in Alaska. In the unedited and unscripted livestreams, you’ll get the chance to watch animals in the wild, enjoy the ocean lapping against the shore in Santa Monica or even take a look inside a Great Dane puppy room.

Livestream the Northern Lights

One bucket list experience that you can live stream straight from Manitoba in Canada is the the Northern Lights, where there is a live cam located directly underneath the aurora oval. This location is one of the best places on earth to watch the aurora borealis, the incredible at atmospheric phenomenon that is probably scribbled on your bucket list as ‘the Northern Lights’.

You can click into the livestream below and discover it for yourself, or visit EXPLORE.org and pick a livestream that most appeals to your nature cravings while you quarantine in the safety of your home.

Prefer the arts to the outdoors? You can take a trip to Sydney Opera House without stepping foot outside your front door; the iconic performing arts centre is keeping the world entertained with its non-stop digital program that brings you live performances, podcasts, interviews and more.

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