Narvik in Northern Norway is the ideal winter holiday destination if you are interested in Arctic nature, snow-based activities, Sami culture and history.
Polar Park is the northernmost animal park in the world. It is located in the heart of Salangsdalen valley in Bardu, 75 kilometres north of Narvik. Polar Park offers a special wild life experience for the whole family.
Experience the natural predators of the Arctic – bears, wolves, wolverine and lynx. You can also meet moose, reindeer, musk oxen and Arctic foxes. You can also visit the wolves at night under the northern lights – a cabin known as the wolf lodge has been constructed for those who are brave enough to sleep within the wolf enclosure.
Price: NOK 240 (adults) and NOK 130 (children)
A cable car carries you up to the top of a mountain, 656 metres above sea level. Here you can enjoy a wide view over the city, complete silence and the beautiful northern lights dancing across the sky. All this just 8 minutes from the city center.
A guide will welcome you with open arms and make sure you have an unforgettable evening.
Price: NOK 1,495 (adults) and NOK 1,195 (children)
Welcome to Narvikfjellet – a ski resort surrounded by majestic mountains and deep fjords. At the foot of the mountain lies the city of Narvik, which makes Narvikfjellet a very urban ski resort.
The ski resort starts downtown at around 200 metres above sea level. The lifts take you 1,006 metres above sea level in 10–15 minutes. The view from the top of Narvikfjellet is special, as it seems like the slopes will take you straight into the fjord.
Price: NOK 375 (adults) and NOK 290 for youth (7-17 years). Children up to the age of 7 go for free.
There is no need to wait until you´re here to find out what you´d like to do.
It’s wild, it’s dramatic – and it’s most certainly unique. Narvik is perfect for nature experiences or an active holiday.
Northern Norway is by far the largest and most sparsely populated part of mainland Norway, and covers more than a third of the country.
Experiencing the unbelievable colours flashing across the Arctic sky is on many travellers’ bucket list. Few places on earth offer more ways to witness the aurora borealis than Norway.
Like a prolonged sunset and sunrise all at once, the midnight sun colours heaven and earth in a reddish yellow light.