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Overnight Kayaking Trip – Arctic Adventure Tours

Take to the water with everything you will need for a 24hour adventure under the midnight sun in the famously stunning area of Sommerøy. After getting fitted with your equipment and packing your kayak, you will be joined by an experienced guide in our intimate groups of no more than 8 people.

Kayaking Day Trip – Arctic Adventure Tours

Join us on the ocean wave for a fantastic kayaking adventure. In order to keep your experience personal and special you will be accompanied by an experienced guide in a small group of no more than 8 people.

Husky Training Camp – Arctic Adventure Tours

Come and experience our Husky Training Camp and the wonders of the Norwegian wilderness. Starting with a scenic drive from Tromsø, heading South near to Dividalen National Park, you will meet our Alaskan Huskies who deliver a greeting like no other!

Overnight Trekking Trips – Arctic Adventure Tours

See a different side to life in the Arctic Circle. Summer in Northern Norway is a fantastic time, with the beautiful Midnight Sun on your back you can discover the wildlife and scenery that winter has hidden for 6 months.

TROMSDALEN

The Cable Car

Cable car to viewpoint. Midnight sun panorama.
Adult: NOK 150 Child (from 3): NOK 60 Student: NOK

SØRREISA

Accomodation in tent - Arctic guide & visit - the real experience

As our guest at “Visit My Home” we will show you the amazing nature in the Northern Norway. Accomodation in tent is one of the tours we provide.

BRENSHOLMEN

Adventures at Sommarøy, on the edge of the Arctic Sea - M/V Jacquelyne

Adventures at Sommarøy, on the edge of the Arctic Sea with M/V Jacquelyne.

Tromsø

Fishing tour - Rolfnes boat

Charter with charming boat with room for up to 6 people.

Asker

Askekaller - Sems lake

“Askekaller” were the ash trees that were used to harvest additional feed for the animals. This was the traditional method for cutting down ash trees...
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