You are in Norway, therefore no reason to stay indoors. Here are some fun things to do, whether you're visiting the coast, the mountains or somewhere in between.
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Using Hurtigruten as a basecamp gives you the best possible starting point for exploring everything the Norwegian coast has to offer – from fjords and iconic towns to northern lights and midnight sun.
Explore the Oslofjord from your bicycle. You’ll be surprised and charmed by idyllic spots, lovely beaches and the harbour villages along the coast.
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.
Several highlights of Norway’s activities, dining and iconic nature can be experienced in a single, three-day trip, through the cooperation of top hotels and restaurants.
Nothing beats the utter exhilaration of succeeding a climbing route. However, the dizzying heights of Norwegian mountains and frozen waterfalls are not for the squeamish.
You may climb them, marvel at them – even ski on them in the middle of summer. But you will not fail to feel the massive, untameable power inherent in the glaciers.
It’s not for the faint of heart, but rafting gives the spine-tingling thrills only close encounters with nature can produce. Please keep in mind that even the most daring thrill seeker should follow the safety procedures.
The serene, mysterious world of underwater Norway awaits. If you’re in the right place, killer whales might keep you company.
Norway may not have the best courses in the world by traditional standards, but playing at a white beach under the midnight sun is something you won’t forget that easily.
When you are done with the midnight sun and fed up with the fjords, Norway has a few more tricks up its sleeve.