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Tromsø

Scenic Whale Watching by RiB – Tromsø Friluftsenter (Nov-Jan)

This trip is highly recommended for photo enthusiasts and others wanting to get close to the whales and the elements.

Tromsø

Arctic-Alpine Botanic Garden

The world's northernmost botanic garden with Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine plants from all continents. Traditional perennials and herbs from Northern Norway

Bardu

Polar Park

The world’s northernmost wildlife park. Meet bears, wolves, lynx, wolverines, polar foxes, moose, red deer, reindeer and muskoxen.

Tromsø

Sightseeing around Tromsø by RiB – Tromsø Friluftsenter

Learn a lot about Tromsø in a short and speedy way by rigid inflatable boat around the island of Tromsø.

Tromsø

A Taste of North Norwegian Seafood and Culture by RiB – Tromsø Friluftsenter

We take you to our base at Risvika by rigid inflatable boats (RIB). The scenic trip takes 30 minutes. We arrive at our lavvu with a bonfire and a nice cup of coffee waiting for us.  We will present you different types of seafood that Tromsø is mostly known for.

Bodø

Norwegian Aviation Museum

Visit Norway's national aviation museum, in Bodø. There is guided tours in the summer season.

Tromsø

Glacier Walk – Active Tromsø

Be brave and experience an unique adventure in the world of snow and ice. Together with our experienced and certified guide you will discover the colourful variety of Steindalsbreen: deep crevasses, canyons, waterfalls, blue pools and moulins.

Tromsdalen

Karl-Ivar's Northern Lights Photography Chase - Karl-Ivar Ingebrigtsen

Karl-Ivar has many years epxerience as a photographer and has delighted many with his photos of the Tromsø region.

Harstad

Gangsåstoppen

A mountain hike with fantastic views across the city of Harstad.

Harstad

Trondenes Church

The world`s northernmost stone church, dating back to the late Middle Ages (1250).
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