Imagine a summer holiday where the kids run around outdoors, pet the animals and get to know farm life instead of playing Candy Crush.
Spend your holiday working on an eco-friendly farm in Norway, where you will get new knowledge about organic production and make some new friends. WWOOF-organiser Mette Pauline Strand explains.
Cuddle the cute little creatures, or get close to wild, majestic animals that you only get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see.
There is no need to wait until you're here to find out what you'd like to do.
Nature activities, authentic places to eat and sleep, local food, culture and people is the best way to get to know rural Norway.
Farm adventures are popular and suitable for both children and adults.
What is special for the region you visit talking about food and refreshments? Local food and local food culture are important for many of HANEN's cafés and restaurants.
There are different kinds of hotels and camp sites throughout the country. Staying at a fishermen's cabin is an experience out of the ordinary.
Staying in a cosy cottage is many Norwegians' preferred choice of holiday accommodation.
A guide from the woman who has spent her life documenting Norway’s finest historical, personal hotels and guest houses.
You’ve seen the fjords, the northern lights and tasted all kinds of exotic Norwegian food. Now it’s the children’s turn ...