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On 1 May 2014, the doors opened at Clarion's new conference and business hotel, Clarion Hotel The Edge, Tromsø.
Next to the Skibotn river, lies Strandbu Camping. In addition to the camping grounds Strandbu offers cabins for rent, 6 small timber cabins and 3 more equipped ones. Strandbu can also offer the possibility to rent a finnish sauna, hot tub or grill hut.
Experience the Northern Lights with guide Roy Sætre, a konwledable Northern Lights guide and photographer, who teaches you how to take good pictures of the Northern Lights as well as time lapse and panorama photos.
The typical North Norwegian rural community of Buvika is located right by the sea and is the starting point for a 2.5 km hike. The trail leads us past cultural relics from the Iron Age and continues through the forest beside an idyllic river until we reach a wilderness area, an open mountain landscape at Lake Storvannet 162 m above sea level.
The typical North Norwegian rural community of Buvika is the starting point for an easy 3 km walk along the beach. On this guided walk you will experience the cultural historic past from ancient settlement and beautiful isolated beaches with wonderful views of Senja and a teeming bird life.
This is an overnight stay for those who like to camp outdoors and explore nature and the scenery.
Located right on the waterfront in Lyngseidet, Sørheim Brygge offers 4 luxury apartments and 3 rorbuer of high standard for rent. The appartments have room for 2 or 7 persons.
Come and see our 300 Alaskan Huskies and take a trip with the dogsleds along the mountains and fjords of Kvaløya.
The summer in the Lyngen Alps is exciting – mountain peaks rising more than 1000 Meter directly from the fjord, deep valleys, big glaciers, cascading rivers and green forests. A rich farmer’s life, small villages and many historical sites are worth to visit.
In this week, you will enjoy the best of Lyngen – on a horseback, by foot, driving around to see the midnight sun and try your fish luck. You will stay in a cabin, made of timber that looks like an old Viking house. Most of the food we serve is made from local farmers or caught in the Lyngenfjord.
We want to invite you to experience an exciting Lyngen summer!
From November to January humpback whales and killer whales visit the fjords around Tromsø to feed on herring.
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