A shimmering array of lights shimmering constellations await you on starry nights. Quietly admire silky red, yellow and red waves as they float across the sky. This is the awe-inspiring view that is just waiting to be discovered north of the 52nd parallel in the Caniapiscau region. These solar storms, also known as aurora or polar lights, can be viewed from mid-August to mid-April. Caniapiscau is located far from any visual and light pollution. It can indeed be called the capital of auroras! Dress warmly and take advantage of an unforgettable show from Mother Nature. If the auroras are somewhat shy one evening, the millions of stars—shining in ways you have never seen before—are sure to dazzle you.