TRAVEL ALERT! Important information about the Coronavirus situation in Norway
Dynamic Variation:

There was not an exact match for the language you toggled to. You have been redirected to the nearest matching page within this section.

Choose Language
Toggling to another language will take you to the matching page or nearest matching page within that selection.
Search & Book Sponsored Links
or search all of Norway
R.I.B. boat safari in Bodø
R.I.B. boat safari in Bodø.
Photo: Ernst Furuhatt

Conference breaks with a natural retreat

Spice up your conference break with wondrous Arctic experiences and mouth-watering culinary delights in magical surroundings, practically on your doorstep.

Saltstraumen – the strongest tidal current in the world

Close to Bodø, you can visit the extraordinary natural phenomenon of Salstraumen. Four times a day, 350 million cubic metres of water pushes its way through the narrow and long strait, forming whirlpools that can be up to ten metres wide and five metres deep. The best way to experience Saltstraumen is on a guided RIB boat, which lets you get close enough to feel the force of the current whilst making sure you stay at a safe distance.

Photo: Tommy Andreassen

Kjerringøy trading post

Visit the island of Kjerringøy, the old trading post that used to be the wealthiest area in Northern Norway. Today, it is know for its beautiful and diverse countryside and open air museum. Transport by bus or boat, depending on season.

Kjerringøy, view on the mountains
Photo: Ernst Furuhatt -


Kjerringøy, view on the sea
Photo: Ernst Furuhatt -

Lavvo events

For an unusual experience in nature, have your business dinner, party, kick-off or any other event in a lavvo, a traditional Sami tent. Complete with bonfires, candles, kerosene lamps and chefs who prepare the food directly on the fire, a great atmosphere is guaranteed.

People horse riding next to a lake in Norway
Horse riding in Norway.
Photo: Terje Rakke -

Landegode Lighthouse

Turn your daydreams into dream days in beautiful nature with historic surroundings. You will head north by boat to the stress-free island of Landegode, with the characteristic Arctic light and salty sea drops in the wind. Here you will wind down at the Landegode Lighthouse, known for their delicious fish soup, fresh shrimps and seafood buffet.

Landegode, parachute jumper
Photo: Nadia Nordskott -
Your Recently Viewed Pages

Back to top