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Tromsø

A summer night campfire and the light of a never-ending sunset - Wandering Owl

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.

Kvaløysletta

Midnight Sun Fjord Cruise, departure from Tromsø – Explore The Arctic

Evening boat trip on the spectacular west coast of Kvaløya.

Hansnes

Fjords View Excursion – Midnight - Guide Gunnar

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.

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...

Spildra

Winter wonderland at 70 degrees north - Kvænangen Adventure

Discover the beautiful Norwegian nature at 70 degrees north. You can experience the northern winter at it's best and wildest at Spildra.

Tromsdalen

Karl-Ivar's Midnight Sun Tour - Karl-Ivar Ingerbrigtsen

Join us and experience the beauty of the Midnight Sun in the most beautiful places in Northern Norway.

KVALØYA

Midnight Sun Tour by Car and Walk - Tromsø Individuell

We drive by private car to beautiful places, where we have walks on the shore, a beach, and/or up a hill with great view towards the sea and midnightsun.

Sørvågen

Boat-houses, faith and superstition

The Boathouse at Å was built in 1844. The museum's main fisheries exhibition and the "Myth & Legend" exhibition are on display here.

Harstad

Aurora Summit Lodge

Experience the Aurora Borealis in our Aurora Summit Lodge

Tromsø

Perspektivet Museum

Stories from Tromsø´s past and present. Challenging exhibits in a magnificent 1838 neoclassical estate.
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