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The world’s northernmost wildlife park. Meet bears, wolves, lynx, wolverines, polar foxes, moose, red deer, reindeer and muskoxen.
The world's northernmost botanic garden with Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine plants from all continents. Traditional perennials and herbs from Northern Norway
Visit My Home is a unique and personal invitation to experience Lyngen in the company of a family who live and work here - something which makes your visit much more engaging.
Experienced or not, try snowshoeing on your own. It’s easy to learn. The costal landscape on the north of the island of Kvaløya is easily accessible and offers some great views.
From Henningsvær we navigate through narrow fjords before heading for the open sea at the northern end of Lofoten, to meet the Midnight Sun.
In the comfort of a dry suit you are taken out on the zodiacs to a couple of different locations around Henningsvær.
Learn a lot about Tromsø in a short and speedy way by rigid inflatable boat around the island of Tromsø.
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.
On this trip we take you out on Lyngen Fjord, where steep mountains plunge into the fjord. Here, there is an abundance of birdlife, where sea eagles can often be seen circling as they hunt for food. It is a good fishing fjord and lunch may be prepared from the Catch.
Try reindeer sledding (approx. 4 km), the oldest means of transportation in the north, with Tromsø Lapland on the island of Kvaløya.