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Lifting, carrying, launch and enter the kayak. Efficient forward paddling. Backward Paddling and stop. Lateral movement of the kayak. Low bracing...


Rent sea kayaks including equipment.

Rent sea kayaks including equipment! You can explore Harstads archipelago by sea kayak rentals. We will help you to make suggestions. Harstad Camping...


Introduction to Sea Kayaking Course

Introductory courses in sea kayaking. The introductory course is over 3 hours and focuses on basic paddling techniques and knowledge of kayaking equ...


Hiking with the Huskies - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Our two greatest loves are huskies and the outdoor life, so experiencing nature with a faithful four-legged friend is the best combination of both.
Effort level
  • Easy


Experience a fisherman's workday

Join a local fisherman for his workday on the fjord. You get the possibility to participate in his work, see how he uses the different machinery onboard and lifting pots (a trap which fish swim inside).


Andørja Adventures

Andørja Adventures located at the tip of Engenes, a small island Andørja. Andørja Northern Europe mountain richest island, which provides great opportu...


Culinary Cultural Voyage

Step onboard the world`s oldest sea going schooner, Anna Rogde! Learn about the history of Harstad, and finish with a delicious meal at charming, old Røkenes farm.


Active Husky Walk - Active Tromsø

Our life is full of dogs and on our little farm you will learn all about those dogs, dog sledding, training and dog sled races with us and our beautiful, happy and playful Alaskan huskies.


Midday trip – Northern Light Dog Adventure

When you are in the northern part of Norway, you have to experience dog sledding. Only one hour from Tromsø city, we provide free transport.


Morning ride – Northern Light Dog Adventure

We can offer a beautiful view of the nature and mountains among us, like the beginning of the Lyngen Alps and Tromsø’s highest mountain Jiehkkevárri (1834 masl).
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