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Fjord cruise from the city centre, either around Tromsø Island or to the ice edge of the Ramfjord.
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.
From August 2014 our Lagoon 450 sailing catamaran will be located in Tromsø.
Norway is known for its beautiful fjords where the mountains meet the sea. Come on a road-trip to discover places with amazing scenery, admire Arctic wilderness and take memorable shots. Then sit on a reindeer hide and enjoy the homemade lunch we have prepared for you.
Drive the scenic road to the island of Kvaløya, followed by a pleasant and easy hike with magnificent views of surrounding peaks. If lucky, you may see reindeer along the way, and in August there is a chance to taste local berries and collect mushrooms.
Evening boat trip on the spectacular west coast of Kvaløya.
Have you come this far north to see the never-ending sunset of the Arctic summer nights? How about watching it sitting on a reindeer hide by a bonfire enjoying a hot homemade meal? Leave the town behind you and join us for an unforgettable experience.
Sail around the beautiful island of Tromsø in our luxury sail/motor catamaran Lagoon 450. Arctic Princess has a high standard and with space for maximum 11 guests.
Between the Barents Sea and Finland’s highest mountain, the Gorsajuvet ravine in Kåfjorddalen valley is among the deepest in Northern Europe.
Enjoy the tranquillity and raw beauty of the Arctic environment on this comfortable drive to the dramatic fjords of Kvaløya Island.