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Norefjell Hytta

Tha food at Norefjellhytta have local food 'and inspiration from home and abroad. The menu varies from day to day depending upon the advent of goods....
Price for 3 courses: kr. 445,-


Geilo Husky dog sledding

Do you want to control your own dog sledge? Or maybe you want to sit on the dog sledge while the musher leads 6 ore more speed loving dogs?

Kristiansund N

Grip Stave church

In the middle of the island, protected by houses and on the island's highest point, you will find the little red stave church, standing as it has stoo...


Fjord Cruise in Åkrafjorden

Seen from the boat, the landscape is like a string of pearls with the cascading Langfoss Waterfall the most impressive of them all. With its 612-metre...
Adults 290 NOK Children 150 NOK


Næs Ironworks Museum

Næs Jernverksmuseum is one of the best preserved ironworks in Norway, unique in Europe. Playground and arranged children activities throughout July.


Ole J. Kjærbus War Historic Museum, Tomter

This collection of war memorabilia comprises weapons, uniforms, a number of vehicles, documents and a number of smaller artefacts principally from 1940-1945.


Whale Watching Cruise – Arctic Explorer (Nov-Feb)

From November to February some of the world’s biggest mammals visit the coast outside Tromsø to feed on herrings. The most common whale species we see are the humpback whale, killer whale and sometimes even the fin whale.


Fjord cruise – Arctic Explorer (Feb - Mar)

Fjord cruise from the city centre, either around Tromsø Island or to the ice edge of the Ramfjord.
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