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Visit a bird rock in the midnight sun, stay in a snow hotel under the northern lights, try dog sledging, or go on a king crab safari along the Russian border.
Welcome to Winter Wonderland. 20 dreamlike rooms uniquely carved by master ice sculptors from around the…
Kongsfjordfjellet is a splendid mountain area with a wide range of montane species, easily accessible along…
Sightseeing in the valley of Pasvik, learn all about our unique fauna and landscapes. Pasvikdalen is home to…
We pick you up your hotel and transport you to Snowhotel Kirkenes.
Welcome to an unforgettable expedition to the most extreme and exciting nature area of the European continent.
Welcome all travelling friends to a comfortable stay at the Davvi Siida - the camp in north. We offer two…
From the end of the main street of Hornøya, you can see the hordes of seabirds breeding on Hornøya and Reinøya…
We are offering you guided fishing tours to our arctic remote rivers ending in the Barents sea. Fresh salmon…
Gapahuken Restaurant is the uniqe restaurant to Sollia Gjestegård, with local food on the meny, special…
Almost immediately after it tosses and turns in the water, it’s ready to be served on your platter. In Northern Norway, they are totally hooked on the fresh delicacies of the sea.
Hungry for a taste of Arctic Norway? Here’s a serving of the region’s deliciously diverse culinary culture.
From the urban city of Oslo to the Svalbard islands up north and many places in between, the ten most popular destinations on visitnorway.com represent Norway’s diverse culture and nature.
There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to do.
Find more inspiration on Northern Norway’s official website.
Northern Norway is by far the largest and most sparsely populated part of mainland Norway and stretches from Helgeland in the south to mainland Europe’s northernmost point near the North Cape.
Teeming bird rocks in Hornøya, a snow hotel, dramatic war stories and a witch monument in Vardø are among the attractions awaiting visitors in Kirkenes and Eastern Finnmark.
Like a prolonged sunset and sunrise all at once, this natural phenomenon colours heaven and earth in a reddish yellow light. Welcome to “the land of the midnight sun”.
Long before games on smart phones made people behave strangely in their outdoor search for virtual creatures, Norway was a Mecca for the real thing: birdwatching all year around.
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