The natural phenomenon in Fairbanks, Alaska, shows around 250 nights a year the marvelous northern lights that paint the sky. Borealis Basecamp, located only 25 miles outside the city, provides an unusual camp experience that hosts ten fiberglass igloos. So naturally, therefore, the Arctic sky landscapes from the guest's bed, showing the beautiful night lights from a 16-foot curved window, thanks to the remarkable designed curved domes. Any igloo offers a sitting space, breakfast counter, and a full bathroom. In the daytime, the guests can enjoy and explorer 100-acre of the surrounded nature with dogsled or snow machines and onsite restaurant when making a stop for refueling.