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The Arctic Light! So much more than the midnight sun and northern lights.. You can enjoy the midnight sun from the quayside at Fjordcamp from late May to mid-July, weather permitting. Photo motives stand in line, both from land and sea!
Discover the unique Norwegian Lapland landscapes on foot, by ski, canoe or cycle, even with a team of huskies. Cross the Finnmark mountain plain, spending the night in mountain refuges. Paddle down the Alta River through Alta Canyon.
We offer dog sled tours in winter and training cart tours in summer. We also offer ski tours with or without dogs (on waist belt) and hiking tours with or without dogs.
Prices in NOK
Aprox. 2 hours by dog sled or training cart, guest sitting on the sled or cart including mushers (dog handler) 600,-
Aprox. 2 hours by dog sled, guest drives the sled itself including introduction 1000,-
Day trips with dog sled about 6 hours including introduction and catering 2500,-
The prices include: Warm clothes, gloves. Travel- and tourguide in 3 languages (English, German, Norwegian)
Your own catch of cod - Puffin Safari
Adults 700 NOK, Children 200 NOK
We have winter safari from Andenes.
Childern 800 kr, Adults 995 kr.
The Whale Centre was established in 1988 and is situated in an old fish processing warehouse at the harbour front. The Whale Centre offers a unique combination of tourism, education and research. Tourists visiting the Whale Centre or going at a Whale Safari trip are invited also to see the museum on whales, their biology, research and whaling housed at the Whale Centre. A multi media show on whales and their environment is shown several times a day.
Research projects on living whales have been an important part of the Whale Centre since the establishment in 1988 and the centre offers researchers from different universities an opportunity to stay at the centre and use the facilities connected to the centre. Biology students from all over Europe serve as naturalists on board the Whale Safari boats and this way get both training in education and research.
Learn to paddle in "Tommas" beautiful and sheltered coastline with its crystal clear waters and white beaches.
Now you can experience whale watching even closer to sea level from a RIB boat (rigid inflatable boat).
995 NOK per person