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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.
Seeing the aurora borealis from the sea on a boat is an unforgettable experience. Cruise out from downtown Tromsø in the evening in safe and calm waters with beautiful views of the city, mountains, fjord and the Northern Lights.
Fjord cruise from the city centre, either around Tromsø Island or to the ice edge of the Ramfjord.
Real Aurora hunters, professional photographers with a genuine passion.
A choice for those who are out to explore more!
The tour starts with about 45 minutes scenic drive on Kvaløya island to the places with the best snow conditions, though we usually hike in Kattfiordeidet.
Surely you have heard of the beauty of Norwegian landscapes... how about taking a closer look? Summer time is the Arctic spring, when everything awakens after the long frozen winter.
The local-food store is like an attraction, when it comes to local food. This is one of few stores in Norway with so good selection of local food. It is absolutely worth a visit.
The Norwegian landscape has very much to offer scenery wise: fishing villages situated along fjords, lots of quays and lighthouses, mountains and amazing coastline with islands, all home to an abundant Wildlife.
Small groups - Big experiences. We will pick you up in Tromsø and drive you to Lauklines Kystferie, where the boat trip starts.
GuideGunnar has a 95% high success rate for clear skies and the Northern Lights! In your chase for the magical Aurora Borealis you should join a guide who will bring you to where the best weather conditions are. Sometimes we will have to drive east of the Lyngen Alps.