The main attractions in Norway are beautiful and well worth a visit.
But do you want some tips on less well-known places and activities that you didn't even know existed?
Here you go!
In 1981, people first spotted mysterious lights in the valley of Hessdalen in Trøndelag. Today, researchers and enthusiasts from all over the world come to observe the phenomena.
Stay at this UFO cabin or at Hessdalen UFO camp – maybe you will get to see some strange things too!
Oh, and if you are looking for other unique places to stay, there are plenty of options around the country!
Although Norway is very much a ski nation, you can have a lot of fun without skis too.
One of the most common animals in Norway is the moose. Sometimes you can spot them in the distance, grazing on a field early in the morning. But it's not that often you get to see them up close.
At some places, like Elgtun in Southern Norway for example (temporarily closed in 2022), you can get really close – and maybe even feed them!
Did you think the Viking Age was consigned to the history books? Well, not in the Viking town of Njardarheimr, in Fjord Norway. These are not actors in costume, but real Vikings of all ages who have implemented authentic details from the period into their lifestyle.
There are lots of places in Norway where you can explore some fascinating Viking history.
They are big and fly very fast, and can almost only be seen at a great distance. However, if you go on an eagle safari in the Northwest, you might be lucky enough to get a really close look as they approach the boat to catch food!
But stay focused, they will be there – and gone again – in a glimpse of an eye!
Fancy an intense and unforgettable sleeping experience dangling tens of metres above the ground on a mountain ledge?
At Rypetoppen Adventurepark in Trøndelag you can try portaledge tenting. The view is so beautiful, you don't necessarily need to sleep!
PS: If you prefer to keep your feet on firm ground, there are many other excellent camping options to check out, like glamping!
Are you ready to taste the weirdest food traditions in Norway?
You might be surprised – both by its quirky appearance and delicious taste!
Okay, we didn't mean that literally – but it's actually a real place to visit! Go grab a fun Insta photo at the old Hell train station.
Hell is also super close to Trondheim Airport Værnes, in case you are planning to visit Trøndelag. If you visit in winter, remember to bring a warm jacket, as it could be a cold day in Hell.
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