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This guided walking holiday explores the spectacular sites of Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Justifiably renowned as the most awe-inspiring scenery in Europe. Experience islands bathed in the transcendent light of the midnight sun. Enjoy our harbour-side hotel in the centre of Svolvaer. Sail the spectacular Trollfjord, a once in a lifetime experience. Combine with our holiday at Stalheim for our magical Jewels of Norway tour.
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per person. Price includes a £100 discount
Explore first-hand the glacier Svartisen in northern Norway - a real adventure ! Equipped with a rope, axe and crampons you´ll be able to experience the wonders of the blue ice. No experience is needed to join a guided glacier trip to Svartisen.
Rocks'n Rivers organizes and leads glacier trips on Svartisen, outdoor activities in the north of Norway and is located in Engavågen, just beyond the arctic circle. We are surrounded by majestic nature comprised of high mountains, fjords and the nearby glacier Svartisen.
Trips to Emårsøy. In the summertime you may join in on a boat trip to the beatiful island Emårsøy. Travel back in time and experience how it was to live on a small farm on an remote island.
Join an evening kayaking trip and enjoy peaceful
surroundings, nature and spectacular scenery. No
previous experience is required.
The Lyngen Alps are one of northern Norway’s premier winter wilderness playgrounds.
For a real arctic adventure, it would be difficult to beat driving your own team of dogs as you steer them across the unspoilt wildernes of Lyngen Alps.
A rowing trip with the ship is a unique experience, where you have to learn how to keep the time to get forward. Maybe the chieftain himself stands by the rudder...?
Join us on a trip out to the open sea to explore the Arctic wildlife. We hope to see the seals, white-tailed eagles and seabirds that surround Tromsø.
The Petter Dass Museum at Alstahaug is The County of Nordland´s millennium site. The museum is dedicated to the heritage of the priest and poet Petter Dass.