King crab safaris in Finnmark
Driving from Tana to Lakselv takes you past famous salmon rivers and the Børselvfjellet mountains.
Nature rules the north of Norway, and over thousands of years, people have found ways to adapt to the Arctic climate.
Finnmarksvidda is one of Norway’s largest mountain plateaus and the home of the Sami people.
Join a fisherman on the fjord or experience a king crab safari, get to know Sami culture, try dog sledging or go on a snowmobile safari.
Experience the North Cape, the huge national parks or Finnmarksvidda mountain plateau.
Visit Sami villages, travel to the border area between Finnmark and Russia or join the locals catching king crabs in Eastern Finnmark.
Join Norway host David Spinx on a snowmobile ride and a king crab safari in Finnmark, Northern Norway. Floating in the Barents Sea is also included.
Follow David Spinx on his journey in Finnmark, where he meets the Sami, gets to taste reindeer meat and goes hunting for the northern lights.
Travel with Norway host David Spinx to the Pasvikdalen Valley near the Russian border and meet 50 Alaskan huskies. You will get to try dog sledging.
Spend a night with David Spinx in a snow hotel in Kirkenes in Northern Norway. And be sure to order a northern lights wake up call before you sleep.
The small town of Kirkenes is known as the capital of the Barents Region and the gateway to the East.
Karasjok is the Sami capital and a cultural junction in Finnmark.
Experience the North Cape and Karasjok on this round trip in Western Finnmark.
Experience spectacular bird life in Northern Norway. Ekkerøy Holiday House offers environmentally friendly accommodation close to nature in Finnmark.
All interior and exterior is made of snow and ice in this luxurious hotel, even the glasses in the bar.
The UNESCO-protected rock carvings in Alta, Finnmark, bear witness to human activity in Northern Norway already in the prehistoric period.
Alta is the largest town in Finnmark and offers northern lights and midnight sun, mountains, sami culture and reindeer.
When standing on the cliff at the North Cape, mainland Europe’s northernmost point, only the Svalbard Islands separate you from the North Pole.
Stop by the heavily guarded Russian border on your way to a king crab safari. And be sure to put on a dry suit and try floating in the Barents Sea.