Northern Norway at a glance
Visit one of the Northern towns such as Tromso or Alta for a unique experience mixing wilderness with lots of amenities such as high quality restaurants, shops and museums.
Head to one of the wilderness locations and experience life in the wild. Enjoy learning about Sami culture from real people and take part in exciting and unique activities.
Tailor-made Holidays to Northern Norway
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Experiences in Northern Norway
Vulkana Spa BoatAn Arctic Spa and Adventure boat!
Manshausen CabinsSituated in the middle of the Grøtøya strait, only 500 meters from the small village Nordskot lie these beautiful sea cabins.
Luxe Island LodgeA luxury lodge set high on Tromso's 6th largest island.
Volda Floating HomeA converted 1960s ferry to a boutique home in Tromso
Lofoten Photo TourJoin a local nature photographer on a fantastic half-day tour.
Winter Sea KayakingGlide through the crystal waters around the Lofoten Islands.
Teepee BungalowSpend a magical night in a beautiful teepee!
Northern Lights HuntJoin the hunt for the Northern Lights in the mountains of Narvik.
Northern Lights WatchSpend the evening watching for the Northern Lights in Malangen.
Aurora CabinExperience a night in the Norwegian wilderness in an Aurora cabin.
Northern Lights Dinner CruiseEnjoy a delicious local dinner out on the fjords as you hunt the Aurora.
Northern Lights ChaseHead out into the night and chase the Aurora!
Aurora Hunt LofotenLofoten Aurora hunt with a local guide
Lights at the LodgeRise into the heavens to experience the Aurora over the City of Narvik
Luxury Whale WatchingExperience the magic of Whale Watching from a luxury catamaran.
Northern Lights Dog SleddingExperience the magical silence of the polar night as you head out on an amazing Northern Lights chase
Northern Lights ATVNorthern Lights safari into the wilderness is by ATV
Sorrisniva Igloo HotelThe first ice hotel in Norway to be built entirely of snow and ice
Northern Norway is the perfect holiday getaway. We recommend a trip that travels through multiple destinations to fully appreciate the beautiful scenery on offer but even if you do only choose one, you will not be disappointed. The Lofoten Islands are one of the most dramatic landscapes to photograph in the world yet the contrast of city lights against the mountains and the fjords make Tromso a particularly special destination.
Destinations in Northern Norway
Learn more about flights, climate and geography for this destination.
There are many domestic airports throughout Northern Norway and all have good connections to Oslo and other main hub airports. There are some direct flights into some of the more commonly visited airports such as Tromsø all year round. Ferry transport as well as bus and train services are also available to destinations further north and south.
The weather in Northern Norway has an average winter temperature of -2.2°C rising to 15.3°C in the summer which makes Northern Norway an excellent place to visit year-round.
Destinations within Northern Norway which lie above the Arctic Circle enjoy the midnight sun in June for around a month (and extended sunlight hours throughout the rest of the spring and summer) and in the winter the sun sets completely, not rising above the horizon in late-November until late-January. Over the winter months the dark skies and latitude of Arctic Norway benefits from spectacular displays of the northern lights.
Tromsø is located in northern Norway, with the majority of the city located on the island of Tromsøya.
It is situated 350km within the Arctic Circle and is the largest urban area in northern Norway. Even though Tromsø is on the same latitude as Alaska it benefits from the Gulf Stream which brings vast amount of tropical air every year raising the average temperature.
At 69° north, it is the perfect destination for a Norway northern lights holiday.
Norway is rich in wildlife. In the north of the country there are many moose and reindeer. On rare occasions arctic foxes and bears can also be seen in the area.
Wild berries can be found all over Norway, with the most common being blueberries, cranberries and cloudberries.
Bird life is also abundant in the area, with many migratory birds nesting, on the cliffs and mountains in the summer.
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