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Oteren

Hermanns Bistro - Welcome Inn Hotel Lyngskroa

Hermanns Bistro has from 40 to 60 seats, but can quickly expand to 130 people if needed.

Harstad

De 4 roser

The 4 Roses AS was established in 1996 and the restaurant has since opening has been ranked among the best restaurants in the experience around food,...

SORTLAND

Restaurant Sjøstua

Sjøhussenteret is a member the "Arctic Menu" project - a network of 38 enthusiastically run eating houses in North Norway. The object of those participating is to serve both traditional and new dishes based on North Norwegian ingredients and produce, while at the same time promoting local raw materials, products and businesses and providing visitors with a taste of North Norway.

Tromsø

Bardus Bistro

Bardus bistro is a Norwegian reflection of the traditional bistro concept and our menu is based on the ingredients and culinary history of the north…with a twist.

Tromsø

Glacier Walk – Active Tromsø

Be brave and experience an unique adventure in the world of snow and ice. Together with our experienced and certified guide you will discover the colourful variety of Steindalsbreen: deep crevasses, canyons, waterfalls, blue pools and moulins.

Tromsø

Fjord Excursion By Car – Arctic Explorers

We drive around with a small group, making many stops to take pictures and enjoy the stunning scenery. We have collected the best of the best in landscapes and other exciting experiences.

SORTLAND

Arctic Sea Kayak Race

ASKR – The annual meet for ocean paddlers from all of Europe; it was arranged for the first time in 1991. Here competition paddlers, leisure paddlers and novices gather for a pleasurable week of paddling that combines both socializing and learning in breathtaking natural surroundings.
Price marathon: 500 nok, ramble: 2000 nok, ramble

Sørreisa

Guided kayak trip on Senja - Arctic guide & visit - the real experience

Beautiful, idyllic Senja is Norway's second largest island (1569 km2) and is located at 69 degrees north. Here you can enjoy the sea, mountains, beaches and fishing villages from the kayak!

Senjahopen

Aurora Hunt, Arctic Light, Whale and Sea Eagle Safari on Senja Island - Mefjord Brygge

2,5 days package to Senja Island for those who seek to experience the phenomenal northern lights, untouched Norwegian nature with fjords and stunning mountains,  arctic colors, whales and traditional Norwegian fishing village.

Kåfjord

Glacier and sami tent experiences

Amazing views, and an experience out of the ordinary! We start around 6 pm crossing the Lyngenfjord with a boat on the way to Strupen, a valley untou...
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