I'm a huge fan of Aurora Borealis (Northen Lights) & Aurora Australis (Southern Lights) and I was planning my next vacation to one of the areas where I might get a chance to view them in person. However, besides the typical answer of Norway or Sweden, I want to know where else can one see such sights. Can someone please help by providing me with a link or reference to such a resource?
The Aurora Forecast is one of the best resources I have found online for locating Aurora Borealis. It's a correlation between solar wind data from NASA and magnetic data from around the world.
But that requires you to already be in the Northern Hemisphere, as the long term predictions are not that accurate. But, if you read through the whole resource, you will better understand how far south you can see the Northern Lights and under what conditions.
I feel like it is quite rare to see lights going further south than Kp4 or Kp5, but it does happen once in a while.
There is also the same website but for Aurora Australis. And as you can tell, they are harder to see from common tourist destinations, as it has to up to Kp7 for them to even reach Tasmania.