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Sommarøy

One day Sailing Trip off the beaten path on Troms’s Wild West Coast - 69Nord

From the wonderful and tiny Island of Sommarøy, « outside » Kvaløya, Olivier Pitras and the team of «69Nord Sommarøy Outdoor Center» invites you to explore the wild coast, an area at the edge of magnificent fjords and sea from Senja to Ringvassøya.

Tromsø

Guided hike on Brosmetinden – Tromsø Outdoor

Drive the scenic road to the island of Kvaløya, followed by a pleasant and easy hike with magnificent views of surrounding peaks. If lucky, you may see reindeer along the way, and in August there is a chance to taste local berries and collect mushrooms.

Tromsø

Arctic Landscapes - Summer -Wandering Owl

Norway is known for its beautiful fjords where the mountains meet the sea. Come on a road-trip to discover places with amazing scenery, admire Arctic wilderness and take memorable shots. Then sit on a reindeer hide and enjoy the homemade lunch we have prepared for you.

Kvaløysletta

All Inclusive Whale Watching, departure from Tromsø – Explore the Arctic

Small groups - Big experiences. We will pick you up in Tromsø and drive you to Lauklines Kystferie, where the boat trip starts.

Nord-Lenangen

Snowmobile Safari in the beautiful Northern-Lyngen Alps – Green Gold of Norway

Francisco will pick you up and drive you to his home in the Lyngen Alps.

Sørvær

Tromsø Day Cruise – Sørøya Havfiskecruise

The catamaran MS Havcruise is a very stable and comfortable boat with a warm, homely and cozy lounge. There are toilets on board, and ample space on deck.

Kvaløysletta

Aurora Camp and Dog Sledding - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Look for the Northern Lights as late into the night as you wish, sleep in a Sami Tent and go dog sledding the next morning.

Kvaløysletta

Northern Lights Overnight Expedition – Arctic Adventure Tours

Dogsled and sleep underneath the Aurora Borealis. A slightly more challenging Arctic experience but easily achievable. Sled with your huskies through early evening and into the night. Two meals are provided along with all the Arctic equipment you will need. So just bring yourself!
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