Get a unique perspective on the majestic humpback and Orcas (killer whales) as they feed in the herring-rich fjords of the Arctic.
Departing Tromsø in the morning, we head out to where the whales are in time to enjoy the short hours of daylight. On the way you can take in the breathtaking views of frozen landscapes in comfortable, panoramic lounges and multi-level decks. You’ll find a selection of food and drinks for purchase on board.
We use a hybrid engine to reach the whale’s feeding grounds, and as we near the whales, we switch to a silent electric engine that allows us to get closer without disturbing them.
Please note that the duration of this trip depends on the whales’ location and can therefore range from 6-7 hours. There’s no guarantee, but we’ll always do our best to see the whales!
This is a personal and extraordinary hunt for the Northern Lights, an experience you will never forget. Your Northern Lights chase is guided by a mix of professional tour guides and experienced local aurora hunters, all in small groups as it makes the experience more genuine.
With this excursion, we would like you to discover a part of these amazing islands; our guide won't show you only some of the most characteristic fishing villages which have made these islands famous, but she/he will also make you explore unspoiled nature, genuine and extraordinary parts of these fantastic corner of the world, the Lofoten archipelago.
You will admire the Arctic landscape and fishing communities where you can breath the history and the atmosphere of the past when the fishermen used to gather up here to participate to the cod fishing season.
Gimsøy island and its old church , Eggum and its wild landscape and white sandy beach, Henninsgvær, the Venice of the north and Kabelvåg are just some of the places you will admire and discover.
With this 5 -hour Lofoten guided tour, our knowledgeable guide will show the highlights of the northern side of the archipelago.
Fancy snowmobiling in one of Lapland's most spectacular regions? If so, this 7-hour daytime or evening snowmobile safari experience from Tromsø will hit the mark. Take a ferry across Norway's fjords to the untouched Lyngen Alps for an exciting snowmobile safari beneath the mountains. Follow winding trails through icy valleys, hills and plateaus, and on the evening safari, enjoy the thrill of riding in the dark, lit only by your snowmobile headlights. Then, catch your breath over some hot soup and drinks before boarding the ferry back to Tromsø.
Take to the waves and admire Norway’s native marine life by boat on this all inclusive, small group polar whale safari from Tromsø. Cruise in comfort towards Skjervøy via the magnificent mountain and seascapes while listening as a guide sheds light on the different fish and whale species thriving in the mineral-rich waters. Spot inquisitive humpback and killer whales, look out for bird life such as sea eagles, and frame all the action through the lens of your camera. With outdoor decking and indoor seating on board your boat, enjoy an experience with Norway’s native wildlife.
Our boat is the first one that arrives Skjervøy in the morning also the last one leaving the whale spotting area. That will give you more time with the whales.
We travel in small groups that will allow you to enjoy the whales and take your time while setting your camera.
The duriation of this tour is 6 - 7 hours depending on weather conditions.
With panoramic views and underwater drones, this cruise brings you closer to the epic coastal landscapes of the North. The area around Tromsø is dotted with straights and bays, rich with wildlife, from fish below to eagles soaring above.
Set out from Tromsø – the Gateway to the Arctic - for bays, straights and fjords rich in wildlife and history. We make stops at modern fish farms, small fishing villages and ancient island communities on the outside of Kvaløya or ‘whale island’.
Out here, facing the open sea, the next stop is Greenland! We deploy an underwater drone to see the rich marine life found in the crystal clear shallows between weather-worn skerries.
While onboard, our cafe has a selection of warm drinks, hot lunches, sandwiches, and pastries available for purchase.
Join our catamaran to see the Fjords, mountains and waterfalls in style on this stunning 27KM long Osterfjord Fjord cruise. Catch a bucket of ice-cold mountain water from the boat whilst we touch close to the waterfall.
Try reindeer sledding, the oldest means of transportation in the north. The location has little artificial light and excellent conditions to look for the Northern Lights. Instead of heading back to the city centre where you might miss a late night dance from the Aurora, stay on in this good location in a traditional Sami lavvu, sleeping on reindeer skins in winter-insulated sleeping bags.
This trip will take you on one of Norway’s most popular and spectacular hikes. It is for good reason that this hike has gained its popularity with visitors to Norway and locals alike. Situated only a few hours from Stavanger, Pulpit Rock - or Preikestolen in Norwegian - is a towering cliff-plateau directly suspended over Lysefjorden. To stand (or sit) so close to the edge is probably the moment that hikers look forward to the most, although it is no easy deed. The top offers unobstructed views over the meandering blue fjord that was formed by the glaciers during the last Ice Age, making it a good spot to enjoy a photo session and possibly a light snack.
NorthernShots' Aurora Chase offers the best opportunity to seek out the aurora borealis (northern lights).
Based on constantly updated weather and solar activity reports, our guides take you to where the chances to see the lights are the highest.
A professional photographer helps you to capture the Northern Lights on your camera. You will also be able to request a professional portrait of you with the aurora (optional).
The tour does not have a pre-determined itinerary but adapts flexibly according to the visibility conditions found on the way.
You will experience a dynamic 6-7 hours tour in full safety and comfort, departing from Tromsø and seeking the Northern Lights in the most scenic locations of the region.
We would like to give you the opportunity to become better acquainted with the Sami culture and join a pleasant and fun Reindeer Sledding in beautiful North Norwegian nature.
The Sami are the indigenous people of the North and our Sami guide would like you to get to know his culture better, both past, present and future, through tasting some typical Sami food, seeing and learning about Sami artifacts and hearing stories and the joik (traditional Sami song)
With UNESCO-listed fjords and snow-capped mountain ranges that stretch around the country, Norway offers a land of alluring landscapes to tempt any traveler. The best way to see it? By train, bus and boat — in one hassle-free day tour. Hop aboard to discover the countryside that frames the Bergen and Flåm railways, and admire Aurlandsfjord, Nærøyfjord, the village of Flåm and more.
• Your tour tickets will be delivered to your hotel, please don't forget to share your hotel details with us.
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• This is self-guided tour
If you are on a cruise porting in Flam, or staying in Flam this trip to the spectacular Stegastein Viewpoint is a must. This structure, which juts out 30 metres from the mountainside, 650 metres above the fjord, offers an unparalleled panorama. A more amazing view of the fjord, mountains and surrounding landscape is hard to imagine.
Arctic Landscapes is a road-trip in the coastal area of Tromsø. On this tour you'll discover places with breath-taking sceneries, you'll have a chance to take the best photos and get to enjoy home-made food on a picnic in the Arctic. Come and join a ride in the countryside of Tromsø with us!