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ALTA

Alta Tourist Information

Alta – the City of the Northern Lights – where past meets future!

KIRKENES

Riverboat along the Norwegian-Russian border

Bus from Kirkenes to Svanvik, around 40 kilometres guided trip. Here will we meet the river of Pasvik witch is the borderline between Norway and Russia.

HAMMERFEST

Hiking Trip in Hammerfest - Gammelveien

Gammelveien - The Old Road, is a great way to experience the distinctive nature surrounding Hammerfest. Starting by the church of Hammerfest, the road twists and turns along the side of and around the Salen mountain, and delivers several of the town's best views.

BERLEVÅG

Berlevåg Tourist Information

Berlevåg is an active fishing community at 70° N on the Arctic Ocean. The inhabitants live in the fishing villages of Kongsfjord and Berlevåg, where they work with fishing, fish processing, trade and public and private services.

HAMMERFEST

Hammerfest Tourist Information

Welcome to the tourist information located on 70 degrees north!

MEHAMN

For rent centre - Nordic Safari

At Adventure Camp Mehamn you can rent all the equipment you need to organize your own nature adventure.

KIRKENES

Day trip to Russia

The tour starts from the centre of Kirkenes at 9 am. There is a visa and passport control before and after crossing the russian border. As we drive towards Pechenga our guide will tell you interesting history of this area: colonising of the territories along the border, changing of nationalities, wars and the nowadays situation.

ALTA

Dog sledding trip with Northern Lights Husky

Play an active role on the trip and learn all about the huskies and dog sledding. You can take charge of your own team of dogs or, if you prefer, you can leave it all to us.

KARASJOK

The sami reindeer migration

We join the native reindeer herders - the Sámi - in their annually reindeer herd migration to the Arctic coast. The tour is unique and this opportunity is a rare privilege, provided by sami reindeer herders.

KARASJOK

Snow shoeing with Turgleder

Hiking with snow shoes is a wonderful way of traveling when you want to go out and enjoy the arctic winter, both in the sparkling day light, the pale moon light or in the narrow beam of a head light. All these tours have their own special atmosphere. Walking on snow shoes demands no special skills. If you can walk you can snow shoe. Hiking with snow shoes is a pleasant experience in it self but can also be combined with other activities like wild life tracking, ice fishing or even hunting. It also gives good exercise regardless of age or physical fitness.
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