Find providers and contact information
Nature attractions in Northern Norway
Showing 1-10 of 133 results
The Ofotbanen Railway between Kiruna and Narvik was built to carry iron ore from the mines in and around Kiruna to the shipping port of Narvik. It was...
Cable car to viewpoint. Midnight sun panorama.
Comprehensive university museum with Sami culture, northern lights, archaeology and Arctic biology
A very popular outdoor experience among Norwegians is fishing. With the abundance of water here, opportunities never seize to exist.
Hella is a popular recreational area with beautiful views, interesting old houses and excellent fishing, thanks to the strong ocean current.
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.
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.
The sun never sets during the North Norwegian summer. The Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon whereby the sun does not drop below the horizon. In clear weather, you can see the sun 24/7.
Go in search of the northern lights from land and sea as you explore the Finnmark region of Northern Norway, a land of vast mountain plateaus and rugged island seascapes - and among the best places on earth to see the aurora.
per person (including flights)
Set amongst some of Norway's most spectacular scenery, deep inside the Arctic Circle and around three hours from the city of Tromsø, Lyngen Lodge offers guests a truly remarkable location from which to see the Aurora Borealis.