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Tromsø

Marianne’s Fjord and Professional Photography Tours – M.H.O.E.A.C.T

I am Marianne and both my guide and I are professional photographers. My family has been in this area since the early 18th Century.

Tromsø

Restaurant Aurora

À la carte restaurant, member of Arktisk Meny

Tromsø

Aunegården AS

Café in historic butchery dating from 1830
Price for one course: Ca. 200-400kr

KVALØYA

Hiking with the Huskies - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Our two greatest loves are huskies and the outdoor life, so experiencing nature with a faithful four-legged friend is the best combination of both.
Effort level
  • Easy

Kvaløysletta

Snowshoeing and Aurora Trekking - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Escape the city and go looking for the Aurora (Northern Lights) by snowshoes
Effort level
  • Easy

Sørvær

Northern Lights Dinner Cruise - Sørøya Havfiskecruise

The Catamaran Havcruise is a very comfortable boat. A viewing deck, heated lounge with a cozy atmosphere, cakes and hot drinks, make this a very civilized and comfortable way to hunt for the Aurora Borealis. We stay in protected areas. As we slowly leave the harbor, you also have a very good view of the city by night, the Ice Cathedral, the bridge etc..

Lyngseidet

Snowshoeing in the Lyngen Alps - Tour in Lyngenalps

Go to Lyngen for a fun experience on snowshoes with Tour in Lyngen Alps
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 7 hours

Lyngseidet

Ice Fishing in the Lyngen Alps - Tour in Lyngenalps

A real Arctic adventure in the Lyngen Alps: Complete with ice drill, fishing roads and lures, you venture onto the frozen lake and try and catch a fish or two, including the elusive Arctic char. Hot drinks and food around the campfire add to the feeling of being in the wilderness.

Lyngseidet

Dog Sledding in the Lyngen Alps - Tour in Lyngenalps

For a real Arctic adventure, it would be difficult to beat driving your own team of dogs in the untouched wilderness of the Lyngen Alps.
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