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Nordnorsk Opplevelse

Treat yourself to a close ocean experience! We promise fresh air, feelings and fabulous views. Organised tours with RIB / kayak, or rent a boat for exploring alone.


Norsk Havbrukssenter

Experience farmed fish close up and visit a sea farm to learn more about sea farming. Situated on the way to Torghatten.


Arctic Whale Tours

Whale watching with bird and seal watching With whale guarantee! Our classic whale watching tour combined with bird and seal safari. Duration: usua...


Rocks`n Rivers

Rocks & Rivers organizes and leads glacier trips on Svartisen, outdoor activities in the north of Norway and is located in Engavågen, just beyond the arctic circle. We are surrounded by majestic nature comprised of high mountains, fjords and the nearby glacier Svartisen.


Dønna Museum

Nordvika old trade post is located on the island Dønna along the coast of Helgeland, and represents one of the old North Norwegian trading places.


Vertshuset Fjordbua (Inn & Cafe)

Cosy little café with guest marina near the Sandhornøy Island bridge south of Kjellingstraumen. Single rooms with possibility for an extra bed. Open all year.


Herøy Rural Museum

Herøy Rural Museum is idyllically situated in the old vicarage on the island Herøy just outside Sandnessjøen, near the ferry port Flostad. With view towards Dønnamannen and the Seven Sisters are the photo subjects here not hard to find.


The old trade post restaurant at Støtt

På Gammelbutikken restaurant kan du spise av At the old trade post Støtt you can visit a restaurant that serves good sea food. Støtt Brygge uses only the finest and fresh produce. Pherphaps you will eat on the dock overloking the islands.


Norwegian Aviation Museum

The Norwegian Aviation Museum is Norway’s national aviation museum.


Petter Dass-museum

The Petter Dass museum comprises a number of 18th and 19th century buildings.
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