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Kayaking in Geiranger: A beautiful fjord seen from the water

The Geiranger fjord is one of the greatest places to visit in Norway. Seeing it from the water is an experience you shouldn't miss out on.

Make your hike to Trolltunga safe and enjoyable

With a magnificent view of the scenery below and the possibility for some awesome pictures, Trolltunga has become increasingly popular over the last couple of years. Today, it is one of Norway’s most popular tourist destinations.

What to do and see in Lofoten

We have all seen the Instagram and Facebook pictures of northern lights on snowy beaches, steep mountains rising straight up from the ocean, and picturesque fishing villages . Can Lofoten really live up to all the hype?

What to do and see in Geiranger

Geiranger is considered one of Norway's most famous and beautiful destinations, and this is not without reason.

Kvalvika & Ryten – A perfect place to watch the sunset

Sandy white beaches, steep mountains, and an amazing view towards never ending oceans. Ryten and Kvalvika is an unmatched combination you can’t afford to...

Useful Information About Destinations In Norway

So, you’re completely new to Norway? Don’t know what regions you want to visit, or what you want to do? This post provides you with some introductory information about Norway and its regions.

6 tips for hiking in Norway

So you’re planning a hiking trip in Norway, but you’re worried about what you should bring? No worries, let us help you get started.

Lygnstøylsvatnet – Norway’s Atlantis

Imagine you are floating through crystal clear water, looking down at what looks to be an enchanted forest, the remains of a settlement over a hundred years old, and seeing the roads and the stone fences used to herd sheep and transport goods over a hundred years ago.

Climb in stunning scenery, without knowing anything about climbing

Have you ever wanted to try outdoors climbing, but don’t have the skills, equipment, or experience? Then you should try a via ferrata trail. Via Ferrata means ‘iron road’, and is a mountain trail that has been made available to most people by adding iron steps, grips, and cables that help you up the mountain

Want to live off the grid? Try kayaking in the beautiful...

Ever wanted to try island hopping? Well, consider islet hopping by kayak in Helgeland instead! Hear the wing strokes of birds passing close above your head, catch as much fish as you can eat, and experience the tranquility of the beautiful archipelago.