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Sightseeing boats and private yachts often stop on the Lysefjord to savour the view of Hengjanefossen fall – unless, of course, their captain chooses t...
Fossjuvet in Forsand in Ryfylke is a tempting destination for those who appreciate beautiful wilderness. From Forsand, drive toward Espedalen and park...
Klepp boasts the longest sandy beaches in Norway, 11 km in all, and long stretches of sand dunes with their own special flora and fauna. The entire bea...
Bøkeskogen - The Beech Tree Forest - is Norway’s largest and the world’s most northerly beech tree forest. As comfortable walking trails invite you to...
The beautiful larvikite is around 270 million years old. The big feldspar crystals are the most characteristic feature of this stone, giving it a glo...
Mølen in Brunlanes is a national treasure and one of Larvik’s most popular attractions.
Mølen is Norway's largest beach of rolling stones, and it is...
Norway's most concentrated collection of cultural monuments from the Bronze and Iron age.
Ytre Hvaler National Park consists of muddy seabeds and rocky seabottoms with its rich underwater ecosystem containing corals and kelp forest. Land are...
Join Kjetil on a boattrip on the Lyngenfjord. This is a flexible trip which takes into account what you as a guest wish to experience. If you would like to fish, Kjetil has fishing equipment on board. Is there a wish for sightseeing from the seaside, this is also possible.
Enjoy the Arctic will take you mainly on off the beaten path routes, on locations that are more catchy for the eye. It will be a more private tour, with groups of up to four people, so you will get to experience an intimate and friendly version of the Aurora hunt