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Kirkenes King Crab Fishing

Welcome to join for an unforgettable King Crab Fishing tour in Kirkenes. Our fisherman meets you at the hurtigruten harbour or at the hotel reception in Kirkenes. We drive through town, and head us to our safari office, where all the protective clothing will be shared. After a short instruction , how to behave in a fishing boat, we head us to the open fjord / sea.

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Riverboat Safari in Pasvik valley along the Russian border incl. dinner

We go by bus from Kirkenes to Svanvik that is situated at the beautiful Pasvik valley approximately 40 kilometres from the town. At Svanvik we will get a guided tour in the National Centre before watching a short film about the nature of this area. We do a security check and put on life vests before boarding the riverboat.

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Murmansk Weekend

Departure from Kirkenes friday at 2 pm, back in Kirkenes sunday 6 pm

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Transportation in Kirkenes

Transporatation for small and big groups. We own new mini busses.

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Kirkenes Snowhotel Husky safari 2 hours

Our 130  dogs are eager to take you for a ride! We meet you at your hotel and take you out Husky park. You get to meet the dogs and a lesson of driving the dogs. 2 persons per sledge.

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Kirkenes Snowhotel Husky Safari 4 Hours

Our  130  dogs are eager to take you for a ride! We meet you at your hotel and take you out Husky park.

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Kirkenes SnowHotel Hunting northern lights with bus

We head out from Kirkenes and into the wilderness. Chances are best to see the northern lights where there is no artificial lights around.

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Kirkenes SnowHotel Hunting northern lights with Husky

Our  130  dogs are eager to take you for a ride! We meet you at your hotel and take you out Husky park.

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Andersgrotta Bomb shelter WW2

Andersgrotta is a civilian bombshelter from WW2. Inside the bomb shelter you can get a feeling of how life must have been during the more than 300 ocations when civilian took refuge here.
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