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Ekspedisjonen restaurant and cafe was established in June 2003 and offers 45 seats in charming surroundings. During the summer, one can enjoy the evening sun out at Nyksund port. The restaurant serves fresh fish from Nordland, homemade cakes and various coffees. It also provides catering throughout the year.
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.
Join an evening kayaking trip and enjoy peaceful
surroundings, nature and spectacular scenery. No
previous experience is required.
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.
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.
69° N Brasserie is a new restaurant in Tromsø. What could fit better than a brasserie in the centre of a city known as the “Paris of the North”?
THE ORIGINAL AND LEADING SINCE 1988
The best encounter with the whale, in its right element from end of November to middle of Februray.
We have offer...
Safari incl. museum
per person (fam./student discount available)
We’ll set out from Svolvær heading for old, well known fishing spots like Hølla in the Vestfjord.
We head out from Svolvær, passing Rekneset on our way to the Trollfjord. Maybe we’ll hoist the sails and turn the engine off? Enjoy the ship and the beautiful scenery, while our crew provide excellent service and an unique experience.
Farm and cheese factory in a fabulous location between fjord and mountains at Saupstad on the north of Vestvågøy, on the road to Unstad.