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Koppang Camping & Cabins is situated in the province of Hedmark at about 230 kilometer from Oslo, along road FV30 and about 1 kilometer from...
Dalen Villmarkssenter offers photo hides for various birds and animals.
In summertime they offers trips on horseback.The horseback riding tour starts...
Sea Eagle Safari with "Kaia" which seats 12 passengers. If needed, a larger vessel, "Johanne Karine" can be used too.
Price is NOK 400, - per perso...
The salmon roe is only a few millimetres, and yet it is still big enough to create some of Norway’s most important industries. Did you know that Norweg...
At least once in your life you should see the Finnmark Plateau.
On this trip we ski with dogs and pulks (sleds) from the town Alta across The Finnmar...
Starry skies, moon light on the snow or the aurora lighting up the magical landscape. Join us for an atmospheric experience in the Polar Night!
In the period between November 14 and January 29 each year, a remarkable phenomenon occurs on Svalbard - The Polar Night. During these weeks the sun is at least 6 degrees under the horizon and therefore never shines on Spitsbergen. While the sun is hidden under the horizon, Longyearbyen becomes a magical place lit only by streetlamps, the northern lights and the moon which glitters in the snow. The atmosphere is completely unique, and as you soak in the mystical darkness you will know you are a long way from the beaten track. Don`t forget that during the Polar Night you have double the chance of seeing the Northern Lights!
The reindeer kick in the snow to find their fodder, and the foxes slink around in the dark. We will stop at Camp Barentz where lunch and warm drinks will be served. During the stop we may be able to see the impressive Northern Lights, which, due to the Polar Night, are often visable during the daytime hours.
From Henningsvær we navigate through narrow fjords before heading for the open sea at the northern end of Lofoten, to meet the Midnight Sun.
The Lyngen Alps are one of northern Norway’s premier winter wilderness playgrounds.
Dovrefjell National Park is the only place in Norway, and one of few places in the world, where you can experience the majestic muskox.