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Lyngen

Northern Lights Photocourse at Sørheim Brygge

Join our Northern Lights photo course where you learn how to capture your own Northern Lights experiences on pictures.

Lyngseidet

Northern Lights Lavo Evening at Koppangen Brygger

Come to Koppangen Brygger and join us to see the Northern Lights. While waiting for the Polar Lights to show up, you can warm yourself in our cozy Lavo around the campfire.

Lyngen

Magic Mountain Northern Lights Safari

Let’s chase the Northern Lights! Come with us to experience this natural phenomenon.

Tromsø

Fjord Excursion By Car – Arctic Explorers

We drive around with a small group, making many stops to take pictures and enjoy the stunning scenery. We have collected the best of the best in landscapes and other exciting experiences.

BJØRNEVATN

Kirkenes King Crab Fishing

Welcome to join for an unforgettable King Crab Fishing tour in Kirkenes. Our fisherman meets you at the hurtigruten harbour or at the hotel reception in Kirkenes. We drive through town, and head us to our safari office, where all the protective clothing will be shared. After a short instruction , how to behave in a fishing boat, we head us to the open fjord / sea.

KARASJOK

Snow shoeing with Turgleder

Hiking with snow shoes is a wonderful way of traveling when you want to go out and enjoy the arctic winter, both in the sparkling day light, the pale moon light or in the narrow beam of a head light. All these tours have their own special atmosphere. Walking on snow shoes demands no special skills. If you can walk you can snow shoe. Hiking with snow shoes is a pleasant experience in it self but can also be combined with other activities like wild life tracking, ice fishing or even hunting. It also gives good exercise regardless of age or physical fitness.

Kirkenes

Grense jakobselv

60 km from Kirkenes is a small village on the Arctic coast. King Oskar II built his stone chapel here in 1869. The beautiful beaches here are very popular with locals and visitors on warm summer days. On the road to Grense Jakobselv, you pass Storskog border station, Norway’s only official border crossing point to Russia.

KIRKENES

Murmansk Weekend

Departure from Kirkenes friday at 2 pm, back in Kirkenes sunday 6 pm

BÅTSFJORD

Hamningberg

This abandoned fishing village is a cultural heritage site with an intact set of buildings, and is the best-preserved fishing village from pre-war times.
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