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Sørvær church is a beautiful church with a special architecture, architect of the church was Sverre Flåto. It is built of wood and stone in 1968 and...
Pasvikdalen is a valley that stretches southwards through the municipality, and home to Norway’s largest bear population. Øvre Pasvik National Park is...
Wooden chapel erected in 1934 as a cultural border protection against Finland....
Sørøya has some of the oldest remnants of human activity in Norway, some of them dating all the way back to 9000 B.C. This means that Sørøya has been...
open daily from 15 Jun - 15 Aug, 09.00-20.00....
Kayaks provide a fantastic opportunity to explore all of Lofotens small and large islands, islets and reefs.
Take part in an arctic adventure. Now you have the chance to drive your own dog-sledding team, while experiencing the wilderness of the Lyngen Alps. The guide will give you a few tips on how to drive your team of dogs, before heading from the “basecamp” in Svensby.
A Northern Lights Safari is an unforgettable experience for almost every age. It is important to reach those areas where we have a clear and dark sky. Here we have the highest chance to see the magnificent Northern lights.
See Tromsø and the surrounding landscapes in the beautiful blue light on board the catamaran MB Havcruise.
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