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Charter with charming boat with room for up to 6 people.
Bishop Hvoslef is an old rescue boat from 1933 stationed at Malangen Brygger.
Welcome to Kobbelv Vertshus – Where you will enjoy hospitality, culture and local traditions.
With its fine location near the highway E6, Kobbelv Vert...
Knut Hamsun, then Knud Pedersen, was fifteen when he worked in the store as a young sales man. There are strong vibes of this history within the...
One of Tromsø Villmarkssenter’s main ambitions is is participating in the "Finnmarksløpet", Europe’s longest dogsled race (1000 km). Training of both dogs and people throughout the year is essential and summer is the time for new puppies to try their hand at teamwork.
The local-food store is like an attraction, when it comes to local food. This is one of few stores in Norway with so good selection of local food. It is absolutely worth a visit.
Lofoten Kajakk offers seakayaktrips with guide all year through. Courses approved by BCU and NPF.
No visit to the Lyngen area would be complete without experiencing at least one of the many glaciers up close and personal. It is here you can comprehend the true scale and wonder of nature’s ability to create and destroy whole landscapes.
Housed in a very distinctive building that represents ice floes that have been pressed up on land by the rough seas of the Arctic, you will discover Polaria, just five minutes’ walk from the centre of Tromsø.
Walking among the awesome peaks of the Lyngen Alps is a truly wonderful way to experience the area’s natural wealth and abundant wildlife.