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The Science Centre of Northern Norway

Science Centre with plenty of educational, fun and interactive activities for children of all ages. Visit Norway’s largest planetarium with all-dome full digital film screenings every day, including “Experience the Aurora”.


Harstad University College

Harstad University College: With room for big ambitions! With its approximately 1300 students, is Harstad University College among the smaller colleg...


Nordre Hestnes Gård

Farm visits in beautiful Balsfjord with the option of accommodation.



The gondola cable car lift in Narvik takes you up to an altitude of 656 metres above sea level in just 7 minutes. From there you have a fantastic view...
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Aurora Hunting

Aurora Comfort package at Tinja Mountain Lodge After arriving and checking in at Tinja mountain lodge we will tell you all about the arctic lights and give you a picture presentation. We will take a walk outside the lodge and enjoy beer tasting from our own arctic brewery, or stay inside our lavvo to sample snacks by an open fire. You will learn about the magical blue hours before enjoying a Nordic 4 course gourmet dinner with drink pairing. After dinner we may venture outside again to look for the northern lights. Your day ends with a good night’s sleep in the lodge. In the morning we offer a breakfast in the restaurant before departure, or you can choose to stay for longer.


Northern Lights Cruise – Arctic Explorer

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.



Imposing and solid, Lundbrygga lies in the center of Sjøvegan. Located on the site of an older pier, it was built sometime after World War I and before World War II.
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