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Harstad

Trondenes Historical Centre

Trondenes Historical Centre - a millennium presented in original objects, as well as sounds and smell. The exhibition takes you through the history of Harstad over the last 1000 years, with a main emphasis on the Viking Age.

Bardu

Polar Zoo: Predator Feeding

Feed the predators and experience them close up.

Kåfjord

Glacier and sami tent experiences

Enjoy the best of Lyngenfjord - a boat trip over the Lyngenfjord, overnight in a sami tent and a hike to Lyngen biggest glacier. Amazing views, and a experience out of the ordinary!

Harstad

Grottebadet - The Waterpark underneath the city

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

Laksvatn

Nordre Hestnes Gård

Farm visits in beautiful Balsfjord with the option of accommodation.

Krokelvdalen

Horseback ride on the Lyngen Horse – Tromsø Lyngshest

You are welcome to visit the renowned and most experienced breeder of the Lyngen Horse in Tromsø. We have breeding mares, foals, virile stallions and playful youngsters who will be most happy to show you how they are a living proof of Northern Norwegian culture and history.

Skaland

Hamn i Senja: Hot Tub Fishingboat

On shore, near Telegrafstasjonen from the 1870s lies the world's first Hot-Tub fishing boat.

Tromsø

The Arctic Train

The Arctic Train is Tromsø’s only train. Jump onboard this sightseeing train for a fun-filled tour of Tromsø city centre.

Borkenes

Kvæfjordløyper - cross country skiing

The trail network which is prepared by the Cooperation Kvæfjord Tracks have become quite extensive and total it concerns about 38 km pistes.

KVALØYA

Midnight Sun Kayak Camp – Tromsø Villmarkssenter

The midnight sun reflected in calm waters, the sound of seabirds nesting as your kayak glides perfectly still through the water. This is the essence of Norwegian “Friluftsliv”, the feeling of serene calm you get while enjoying life outdoors.
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