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The glacier "Strupen" is on the north eastern side of the Lyngen peninsula and is only reached by boat.
After a boat transfer the tour starts and leads you into a isolated and deserted glacier landscape, surrounded by steep mountains.
Between the Barents Sea and Finland’s highest mountain, the Gorsajuvet ravine in Kåfjorddalen valley is among the deepest in Northern Europe.
Have you come this far north to see the never-ending sunset of the Arctic summer nights? How about watching it sitting on a reindeer hide by a bonfire enjoying a hot homemade meal? Leave the town behind you and join us for an unforgettable experience.
Enjoy the tranquillity and raw beauty of the Arctic environment on this comfortable drive to the dramatic fjords of Kvaløya Island.
A Midnight light drive. Enjoy the tranquillity and raw beauty of the Arctic environment on this comfortable drive to the dramatic fjords of Kvaløya Island.
The summer light gives the Arctic Norwegian landscape a surreal glow: lush subarctic hillsides, shimmering rivers and beautiful sky above.
Experience the Northern Lights with guide Roy Sætre, a konwledable Northern Lights guide and photographer, who teaches you how to take good pictures of the Northern Lights as well as time lapse and panorama photos.
Are you dreaming about a cosy evening in good atmosphere with breathtaking views and dancing Northern Lights above your head?
Seeing the aurora borealis from the sea on a boat is an unforgettable experience. Cruise out from downtown Tromsø in the evening in safe and calm waters with beautiful views of the city, mountains, fjord and the Northern Lights.
From November to February some of the world’s biggest mammals visit the coast outside Tromsø to feed on herrings. The most common whale species we see are the humpback whale, killer whale and sometimes even the fin whale.