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Hamnøy, Lofoten
Photo: Frithjof Fure -


XXLofoten specialises in the planning, organisation and execution of meetings, incentives, congresses, conferences and events in the Lofoten Islands.

XXLofoten is a privately owned Destination Management Company (DMC). The highly qualified and experienced guides have extensive local knowledge. They can help you to find the quickest way to get to Lofoten or how to make the journey part of the adventure by a combination of boat and bus. They also offer an exciting range of nature based adventures and activities through all seasons.

XXLofoten can help you with

  • Assistance in planning
  • Coordination of programs and activities
  • Recommendations of excursions, activities and tour programs
  • Preliminary reservations and presentation of special offers
  • Information on hotels, rorbus (fisherman cabins) venues and activities
  • Brochures and photos from the region
  • An introduction to professional organisers, PCOs and national DMCs
Contact information

XXLofoten AS
J.E. Paulsensgt 12
Phone: +47 91655500


You can also contact XXLofoten staff directly:

May-Britt Paulsen, Sales Manager
Phone: +47 90097344

Northern lights over mountains in the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway
Northern lights in Lofoten.
Photo: Vidar Moløkken /
Fishing incentive trip
Fishing incentive trip.
Photo: XXLofoten
Incentive activities Lofoten
Incentive activities Lofoten.
Photo: XXLofoten
Sea eagle safari, Lofoten
Sea eagle safari.

Getting here and around

  • By boat

    By boat

    If you want to make the journey part of the adventure, fly to Bodø and continue to Lofoten by boat. Hurtigruten, the Norwegian Coastal Voyage, leaves Bodø at 3:00 pm and arrives at Svolvær at 9:00 pm daily. You can also go by a chartered passenger express boat. This way, you get to see the beautiful coastline on the way.

  • By plane

    By plane

    For the most time-efficient option, fly from Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) via Bodø (BOO) to Svolvær (SVJ) in two hours and 20 minutes. Several other major airports in Norway also have regular flights to Svolvær via Bodø.

  • By plane, bus and boat

    By plane, bus and boat

    Another alternative is to fly from Oslo to Harstad/Narvik Airport Evenes, which is also known as Lofoten International Airport.

    From Evenes you can go by bus and experience the magnificent landscape along the road. After around one hour, the journey continues by RIB boat. Your luggage is sent to your chosen destination by bus.

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