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Photography Tour by Car to Enchanting Fjords - Karl-Ivar Ingerbrigtsen

Take a tour to Kvaløya to explore some of the beautiful North Norwegian fjord landscape with local photographer Karl-Ivar.

Kvaløysletta

Mountain Hike on Kvaløya - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

A hike for the adventurous hiker up one of the highest mountains near Tromsø!
Effort level
  • Medium

Tromsø

Whale Safari - Polar Charter

Welcome to Whale Safari with Polar Charter! The tour starts from Tromsø City Center with M/S Caroline Mathilde, a former rescue vessel built for rough weather conditions.

Tromsø

Northern Lights and Whale Safari – Best of the BEST – Arctic Cruise In Norway

Join us and experience the two best sellers in one package. Chase for the Northern Light first evening. See whales next day.

Tromsø

Scenic Whale Watching by RiB – Tromsø Friluftsenter (Nov 8 – Jan 10)

Travel by rigid inflatable boat (RiB) for a close-up encounter with whale species such as hump- back whale, killer whale, pilot whales and harbour porpoise.

Tromsø

Whale Safari from Tromsø with charming boat - Basecamp Senja

Join the charming ship MV LANGØYSUND for a spectacular whale safari in beautiful surroundings in the Arctic. Daily from Tromsø at 8.30 am.

KVALØYA

VIP Whale Watching and Northern Lights Hunt (private) - Boreal Yachting

Combine Whale watching and Northernlight hunting in our Luxury Catamaran sail boat. Join forays at ashore and unforgettable experiences in an exciting and beautiful coastal landscape.

Kvaløysletta

Puppy training at the husky home - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Train tomorrow's lead dogs! Of the 300 Alaskan huskies at Tromsø Villmarkssenter´s husky farm, the puppies are the most important.

Straumsbukta

Autumn walk from coast landscape to wilderness with Buvik Brygge

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.
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