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Ice Hotel Northern Lights break Photo: TerjeRakke/Nordiclife/Innovation Norway Ice Hotel Northern Lights break Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Innovation Norway Ice Hotel Northern Lights break Photo: Terje Borud/www.visitnorway.com
Ice Hotel Northern Lights break Photo: TerjeRakke/Nordiclife/Innovation Norway
Ice Hotel Northern Lights break Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Innovation Norway
Ice Hotel Northern Lights break Photo: Terje Borud/www.visitnorway.com

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With adventurous wilderness dog sledding

Individual tour package, starting and finishing with overnight stays in Oslo. Then flight to the "top of the world" Arctic town of Kirkenes, one night in the amazing Snow Hotel with Arctic dinner in Lavvo restaurant, one night at a hotel in the Arctic town of Kirkenes and an adventurous five-hour dog sledding trip to the Pasvik Valley.

Departures: Daily 19 Dec-25 Mar

Duration: 4 nights

Tour details, price and booking (to link below)
http://www.norway-travel.com/northern-lights/ice-hotel-and-dog-sledding/

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Ice Hotel Northern Lights break - Photo: TerjeRakke/Nordiclife/Innovation Norway

Ice Hotel Northern Lights break

With adventurous wilderness dog sledding Individual tour package, starting and finishing with overnight stays in Oslo. Then flight to the "top of the...

Ice Hotel Northern Lights break

Source: Visitnorway

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