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Ascend by cable car up Storsteinen, enjoying the best view over the city and begin your journey! Following a mountain and forest trail from Storsteinen, you will delve into the valley below the peak Tromsdalstind along with an adventurous guide, great mountain bikes and plenty of fun!
We are a photographic group and specialise in aurora photography. We supply everything that you may need to capture the aurora in all its glory. We are professional photographers with a Hugh passion for the aurora and night photography.
Evening boat trip on the spectacular west coast of Kvaløya. The tour starts from Lauklines Kystferie, a 45 minutes drive from Tromsø.
Rent a boat for a day to go on a fishingtrip or sightseeing, with starting point Nord-Lenangen. A local captain will take you on a journey in a 29 foot Viknes and give you an unforgetable experience. The boat can take up to 8-10 persons.
Visit My Home is a unique and personal invitation to experience Lyngen in the company of a family who live and work here - something which makes your visit much more engaging.
I go further, to bring you closer! My name is Dan, and I’m a guide and professional photographer, born and raised in Arctic Norway under the Aurora. Having grown up here, I know this region and the weather conditions, and I will take you on a chase for one of nature’s most spectacular views; The Northern Lights!
You can almost feel the Northern Lights when sitting on the sofa outside or the flybridge onboard Arctic Princess. While sitting on the net you are almost in contact with the sea while enjoying the unique natural phenomenon across the sky.
Join our 5-7 hour Northern Lights chase. We take you out of Tromsø to find the best aurora conditions: darkness and clear skies. Our four-wheel drive van perfectly manages the icy roads, the groups are small and we try to keep away from mass tourism.
AuroraPhotoGuide Geir Ytterstad takes you hunting Aurora every night!
Stories from Tromsø´s past and present. Challenging exhibits in a magnificent 1838 neoclassical estate.