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Harstad

Grottebadet - The Waterpark underneath the city

A spectacular world underneath Harstad City centre! Visit Harstads water park inside the mountain.

Tromsø

RÅ Sushi & Bar

RÅ Sushi is purely a sushi restaurant with a focus on good taste and high quality.

Tromsø

Aurora Safari to Base Stations – Tromsø Safari

Join Tromsø Safari for a Northern Lights chase! Tromsø Safari has created a new and unique concept.

Laksvatn

Nordre Hestnes Gård

Farm visits in beautiful Balsfjord with the option of accommodation.

Tromsø

Active Husky Walk - Active Tromsø

Our life is full of dogs and on our little farm you will learn all about those dogs, dog sledding, training and dog sled races with us and our beautiful, happy and playful Alaskan huskies.

Tromsø

Folkeparken Open-Air Museum

Folkeparken Open-Air Museum is located at the south point of Tromsøya. The facility is beautifully situated in the city’s most popular excursion area.

Engenes

Andørja Adventures

Andørja Adventures has 18 boats available to their customers, 4 Arvor 215 and 12 alubåter 19 feet by 60 horse motor....

Harstad

MS Stønstad

MS Strønstad is a spacious, practical and sturdy boat, suitable for versatile missions along the Norwegian coast.
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SANDTORG

Sandtorgholmen Hotel - accommodation

Sandtorgholmen is one of the oldest and has been one of the richest trading north of Trondheim, with roots dating back to 1300's. Sandtorgholmen was the first who got a license for the sale of wine and spirits in this region, in the year 1770. We are also fortunate that we have the wine cellar from this period, now restored as a wine bar with 30 seats. From Sandtorgholmen was among other things wine delivered to seven parishes. They also had their own bakery on the island, so the "communion wafers" was baked for the same parishes. Sandtorgholmen is located in Tjeldsundet, where there are strong currents and rugged waters. Stream runs over seven knots at the strongest, so Sandtorgholmen was a natural stopping point to wait until power turned.
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