Cuddle the cute little creatures, or get close to wild, majestic animals that you only get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see.
The Langedrag mountain farm and wildlife park in the Hallingdal region is a dream come true-realisation of the Thorson family who dreamt of a sanctuary for animals, birds and people. Whilst in the nature park, the whole family can encounter rare, wild animals such as wolves, lynx, and polarfox. Norwegian wild animals live and graze in close proximity to the farm.
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.
Stay at a medieval farm in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley or bring your children to a farm with animals in southern Norway.
Choose from around 500 quality-oriented places that are members of HANEN, an organization promoting local food, thoughtful service, activities in nature, and a good night’s sleep in peaceful surroundings.
There is no need to wait until you're here to find out what you'd like to do.
You’ve seen the fjords, the northern lights and tasted all kinds of exotic Norwegian food. Now it’s the children’s turn ...
Summer should be filled with fun for kids of all ages, and Norway is packed with new adventures – a crocodile exhibit, a 90 metre long zipline, and almost everything in between.
Ride some of Scandinavia’s most spectacular roller coasters, or bring your bathing suit to a superslide. Here are some of Norway’s top amusement parks and aquariums.
Family trip motivator and author Anders Baumberger is urging all families: come and explore Norway’s endless possibilities for various outdoor activities. Start with his eight top tips especially suited for children.
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