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Salmon Safari - a nature adventure

Salmon Safari - a nature adventure Photo: Mo Laks
Salmon Safari - a nature adventure Photo: Mo Laks
Salmon Safari - a nature adventure Photo: Mo Laks/ Stavanger Aftenblad
Salmon Safari - a nature adventure

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Fitted out with a survival suit, snorkel and mask, you commence the salmon safari by floating freely along with the powerful current of the Suldalslågen River. Some parts of the river are so shallow that you almost have to squeeze past the flat stones on the riverbed. At other points, you pass over pools that are more than 12 metres deep. This is an adventure in nature of a totally different kind: A salmon darts by. Another is standing still, striving against the current. The vegetation in the river changes between green water plants, fine grain sand, and light shiny stones. This is the Laksesafari© Salmon Safari. A guide follows your progress from a nearby canoe.

Price: NOK: 790,- per person.
Min: 6 persons
Max: 30 persons
Duration: 2,5 - 3 hours

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  • Wildlife safari Wildlife safari
  • Sightseeing Sightseeing
  • Sports Sports
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Salmon Safari - a nature adventure - Photo: Mo Laks

Salmon Safari - a nature adventure

Fitted out with a survival suit, snorkel and mask, you commence the salmon safari by floating freely along with the powerful current of the Suldalslåge...

Salmon Safari - a nature adventure

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