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Around 2.5 km east of the Nordkapp plateau are the remains of buildings and a quay from WWII. This was the original landing site for the tourist ships...
Active holidays on the Huskyfarm. We have a special offer for small groups, couples or singles: one week on a husky farm with many included services....
Just off Bodø we find “Væran,” a unique group of isles and skerries that are accessible all year round. Like a miniature Helgeland, Væran is perfect...
The island of Andøya is directly situated below the “auroral oval” at night, which makes this the best location to see the spectacular Northern Lights....
“You have to have been there to understand,” sings the local troubadour, Terje Nilsen, describing Mjelle in a song.
In the summer, many excursions end...
The gondola cable car lift in Narvik takes you up to an altitude of 656 metres above sea level in just 7 minutes. From there you have a fantastic view...
Northern lights hunting for up to three hours by car to the areas with the least amount of artificial light and cloud. If necessary,...
From 22nd of May to 22nd of July the sun never sets on 69,4 degree north. However, the clouds can hide the sun, but it still light 24/7. If cloudy...
The caves on Sørøya.
During WWII, the caves in Nordsandfjorden, Bøle and Kvithellan were inhabited by people who had fled from their homes. More than...
Pikefossen falls is the only waterfall (8 metres) on the Kautokeino/Alta River. The name is derived from a Sami legend of a girl herding reindeer...
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