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Travel Guide Lofoten 2015

You can now order our Travel Guide online! The Travel Guide is your help while planning your trip to the Lofoten Islands. It provides you with good information about how to get here, accommodation, attractions and more. For environmental causes, please also consider to download the Guide. When ordered we will send the guide to the registered address by airmail. For this service we will charge you with a small amount to cover the sending and the expedition costs. Have a pleasant vacation!


Learn to Stand Up Paddle in magic Lofoten (2 hrs)

SUP or Stand Up Paddle is a low key activety for everybody. We guarante the sense of empowerment for all ages. Lofoten and Ramberg beach is the perfect spot for learning SUP this summer.


Restaurant Bojer

At Restaurant Bojer we use first-class ingredients prepared with great prediliction for the trade. The traditional "Lofotfiske", fishing for winter co...
3 cours menu: 495,-


Horseback riding at Hov in Lofoten

Hov Horsefarm offer horseback trips year round in Lofoten, summer and winter. Guided beach riding for children and adults Sundays in June, July and August 2013, meet up at Hov Horsefarm at 13 a.m.


Northern Lights Chase

Go chasing the Northern Lights with an award-winning photographer. He will assist you so that you get back home with beautiful photos. We will make sure that you will benefit of the best weather conditions available for the night.


Photo Walk around Reine

Explore Lofoten from a different angle together with an award-winning photographer! Learn how to take breathtaking pictures of iconic landmarks in Western Lofoten while sightseeing

Sund i Lofoten

Summer in Northern Norway: The Lofoten Islands

Discover the most unique aspect of Northern Norway with wild and beautiful landscape. The Lofoten archipelago is considered to be the most spectacular of all. A distinctive landscape of precipitous mountains and sharp peaks combine with sheltered bays, white sand beaches and traditional fishing communities to form a backdrop that once seen, is never forgotte
From £1,609 per person


Sailing in the Lofoten Archipelago

Onboard our 80 ft motorsailor Ylajali, we offer sailing trips to various destinations in Lofoten. Day trips or longer charters, we can tailor make a program to suit you and your clients requirements.



Your main supplier in Lofoten when it comes to courses, conferences, seminars, themed trips, group trips, activities and experiences - all year round! MV Symra has been a rescue boat, fishing boat, freighter, shrimp trawler and passenger ship. Today it is used as a charter boat. Built in 1917, 48 foot, capacity: 38 passengers. Season: all year round.


Vestvågøy Museum avd. Skaftnes

By visiting Skaftnes you will gaint an understanding of how a family could make a living out of fish and farming in the 19th century.
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