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Apr. - Oct.
Discover the versatile wonders of Norway on this nine-day tour, where you take control of the wheel to explore the sights on your own time. This self-drive tour is ideal for anyone seeking to master their own travelling adventure, with the added assistance needed for an extensive and adventure-packed excursion. In following your attentively crafted itinerary, you will trail through spectacular Norwegian fjords, explore rural mountain villages and visit Unesco World Heritage sites and... See More
9 Day Self-Drive Tour | Norwegian Fjords & The Olympic City
Apr. - Oct.
Embark on an unforgettable journey of the most scenic locations in Norway on this city break tour of Bergen. Any avid traveller looking to experience authentic Scandinavian culture should not hesitate to book this excursion now. Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway and offers a wide array of incredible sights and exciting activities. During your city break, you will absorb the culture of this scenic city as you explore such sights as Mount Fløyen, Bergen City Museum and the old... See More
Bergen City Break | Gateway to the Fjords
Explore the wonders of Norway on this comprehensive 4-day tour, where you will embark on the most scenic of railway rides, visit World Heritage sites, trail through fjords and explore the vibrant cities of Oslo and Bergen. Anyone holding a fascination for Scandinavian landscapes and culture should not let this opportunity pass. This adventure includes the Norway in a Nutshell® Express Tour, an ideal way to experience the country's most magnificent landscapes. You will also be exploring the... See More
Oslo & Bergen Fjord Tours | Norway in a Nutshell® Express
Experience the very best of Norway on this multifaceted 6-day tour of city sightseeing and fjord excursions. Any traveller with a thirst for Scandinavian culture and authentic Norwegian landscapes should not let this opportunity pass them by. Your adventure begins and ends in Oslo, the dynamic capital of Norway, where you will enjoy some of the city's essential sights and attractions. From there, you head out to the great outdoors and visit the village Flåm, where it rests deep within the... See More
Multi-Day Tour | Oslo, Bergen and Norway in a Nutshell®
1 To 6 Passengers Included
Mar. - Sep.
Come along on this essential tour of Oslo. On this tour, you will see the Capital's most popular attractions. During the 7-hour excursion, you will be presented with the life, art, culture, and museums of the city, before embarking on a scenic boat ride through Oslofjord. This is a tour for everyone looking to make the most of their day in this vibrant Scandinavian capital. Get ready to experience the urban life of downtown Oslo, where the bustle of the main street Karl Johans Gate never... See More
Oslo Grand Tour
May. - Oct.
Join this combo tour for a chance to get up close and personal with authentic Norwegian nature, where you will hop on a fjord cruise before strapping on your hiking boots and venturing up Pulpit Rock. Anybody looking to experience the full extent of Norway’s scenery should not let this opportunity pass them by. Setting out from Skagenkaien in Stavanger City, your excursion begins with an exploration of the one and only Lysefjord onboard a cruise boat. The fjord is special in many ways; it... See More
Fjord Cruise & Pulpit Rock Hike | Combo Tour
Come along on a scenic cruise of an authentic Norwegian fjord, to see and behold the one and only Pulpit Rock towering above the water. Anyone looking to experience the beauty of bona fide Scandinavian landscapes should not let this opportunity pass them by. The best way of beholding the vastness of a fjord is by gliding through its waters. Departing from Stavanger, your vessel is a modern and comfortable catamaran boat, equipped with a spacious sun deck and refreshments in the cabin. Your... See More
Fjord Cruise through Lysefjord
Jun. - Aug.
Get up close and personal with authentic Norwegian nature as you fly through the fjords on this scenic boat adventure. Any traveller looking to behold the celebrated beauty of the archetypal Norwegian fjord should not let this opportunity pass them by. You will begin by travelling through Aurlandsfjord, a branch off of Norway’s longest fjord Sognefjorden. Most of the fjord’s scenery consists of majestic mountains, rich in vegetation, that rise steeply from the water. The few small valleys to... See More
Basic FjordSafari of Aurlandsfjord and Næroyfjord
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My name is Live Andrea, I'm a 24 year old girl from Lom – a small village surrounded by mountains. I work as a graphic designer, web designer and hobby photographer, and I'm also good at having fun. For nine seasons (still going) I've been working at a mountain lodge called Leirvassbu, situated in the heart of Jotunheimen – a large mountain area where many of the highest peaks in Northern Europe are found. I love going on adventures, big and small, and I always bring my camera. There's a lot of exciting stuff to do in and around Lom and I am gonna do my best to give some good advice. Read more
My name is Stian Klo, I´m a professional and award winning fine art landscape photographer from Harstad in Northern Norway, where I was born in 1980. I have always been the creative type, and fascinated with nature and photography ever since I was a little boy. Exploring and travelling is therapy for me, which is why i´m often found camping up in the mountains. Growing up in Northern Norway has its advantages in terms of aesthetic, dramatic landscapes and light, and this is what I try to capture on my adventures. My work has been published in highly esteemed magazines such as National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Landscape Photography Magazine, N-Photo and more. I have also licensed images to international ad- and marketing campaigns for companies such as Apple, Fjällräven and Iceland Air. Together with Arild Heitmann, I co-founded and run Lofoten Tours, a tour company focusing on high-end and unique photography tours in the Arctic regions, mainly Lofoten Islands and Svalbard (Spitsbergen). If you are interested in exploring the Arctic, or if you’ve always dreamt of witnessing the elusive and immensely beautiful Northern lights, i´m definitely the guy for the job. You can contact me for any travel tips or trips that you need in Norway. I look forward to helping you out! Read more
Tommy Simonsen (45) has been working with travel and documentary / landscape photography professionally since 1998, and portrait photography since 1992. He`s living in the heart of Northern Norway, in the city of Harstad. An active outdoor person since childhood, with system camera with him in the field since 1990. For 10 years Tommy worked as a photographer for Northern Norway's largest publishing company, To-Foto. A job that gave him local knowledge of most of the exciting parts of the northern region, but also Greenland, Iceland and Antarctica. His pictures were used mainly in book productions: books on Lofoten, North Cape, The Norwegian Costal Liner and many more. In 1999 he was sent to a new location to take pictures for his first time, a mission that turned out to be a real turning point in his career: - he was totally in love! In love with the beautiful and dramatic scenery on the last outpost in the north, the archipelago of Svalbard at 78 degrees north. This was the start of many journeys to Svalbard. Those travels ended in a book and a booklet about this Arctic archipelago. The productions were of course not the end of his northbound trips. In 2006 he took a year of leave from the publishing company, to work as a dog handler and guide for Svalbard Villmarkssenter. Here he worked in the field with more than 100 huskies. The camera was of course with him all the time. That year affirmed clearly his love for this scenic landscape and people of the north. Tommy went back to his old job in 2007, he continued to focus on Northern Norway, Antarctica and Svalbard of course. In 2008 he started a new job as photo teacher at Soltun Folkhighschool, a newly founded course that he developed. Not an ordinary photo class, but a one-year photography course, which specialized in travel and expedition photography: Backpack Photo. As the only teacher in class with small groups of no more than 11 students, he did northern Norway and Svalbard to their classroom with practical field courses from August to February. After Christmas the class started on it`s expedition wich the students themselves had chosen and planned parallel to the education. A five to six weeks long exotic field expedition, who went deep into the culture of the country that was selected. New places each year. This has taken him to Central America, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Patagonia, Antarctica, Kenya, Uganda, Laos, Vietnam, Madagascar, Indonesia and Singapore the last seven years. All this experience has given him one of three places in the qualifying examination board for photograph students in Troms county. From summer of 2015 he starts up again full time as a photographer at his business Kvitebjørn Foto (White bear Photography) and as a photo workshop guide In collaboration with Lofoten Tours (Stian Klo and Arild Heitmann). Life is Good! Read more
My name Espen, I live in the Bergen on the west coast of Norway I am a restless soul and spend a lot of my spare time outside doing hiking, skiing, mountaineering and some climbing. I love mountains and have a special fondness for Jotunheimen National Park. I Collect 2K peaks which there are many of these in Norway. Close to home I spend a lot of time in the areas around the Nærøyfjord and the Aurlandsfjord. Read more
As a young boy in the mid-eighties, fond of food flavors, ingredients colors and textures, I developed a strong passion for cooking, got trained for it and became a very well experienced chef. Later on, I was very fortunate that the work paths brought me around all corners of the world for many years, getting the opportunity to work in famous hotels and restaurants, and also for Seabourn Cruise Line – awarded for many years as the best cruise line in the world. And, somehow, at one point all these get combined and got attracted by other kinds of lights, colors and textures… getting the taste of photography, and got involved with my new passion. A passion that from 2014 would be my full time work. Every day I work with high quality marketing images for many different clients, and this is the “world” that I would like to show to you as well as professional photographer – lights, colors, shadows, contrasts, textures, art and beauty… a fascinating world of photography! Read more
My name is Madeleine, and I live on the countryside not too far away from Tromsø with my boyfriend and our 9 huskies. When I’m not at work as a gardener, you will most likely find me hiking in the mountains, skiing or riding a dogsled. I am a hobby Photographer at heart! I’m also one of the four authors of the upcoming book / tour guide «Hiking in Troms». The last years I’ve been traveling the world; backpacking in South America, surfing in Australia, diving in Thailand, hiking across the island of Corsica, climbing Kilimanjaro. All this, just to discover that there is no place like home. Norway always seems to take my breath away, every single day. «The most important thing is not to reach the top, but to keep going» WWW.TURTRYNE.COM Read more
My name is Carina Hansen, I’m 26 years old and live in Stamsund, in Lofoten, Northern Norway. I’ve had nature photography as my main hobby for 13 years, and the Lofoten scenery is the perfect playground for me. I recently started my own company, named Fokus Lofoten, and I´m working on establishing myself as a freelance photographer. Besides photography I have maritime education and have worked onboard the Norwegian Coastal Voyage, Hurtigruten. Read more
Welcome to my profile and the world's most beautiful archipelago- Lofoten Islands. I´m a adventurer and have travelled around the globe for different advendures over the last decades, but will always return to Lofoten with a hunger for the fast changes in light, wind and overall weather conditions, summer, fall, spring or winter. Lofoten will always bring the unexpected! Last year me and my family opened our secret spot for wellness and recreation combined with activities powered by nature. We have made a set-up of a activity based homebase for adventurers that seeks mountain and sea activities that are easily accessed from the pier of Hattvika, Ballstad. To acomplish this we´ve been connecting with local guides and providers of activities multitude of opportunities in the archipelago. Hattvika Lodge is a newly established company that offers activities and the best comfort in Lofoten and giving guests the best of Lofoten! We are the ski and fishing company in Lofted and operate under the vision "Welcome Ski & Fishing" and are a facilitator of experiences out of the ordinary. We differ from most locations in that we facilitate activities under the legendary Lofoten fishery. During this time Lofoten is tubeling on head and this coincides with the best ski season in the region! In addition, the northern lights dancing across the night sky at this time of year- this gives a total experience that's hard to find elsewhere in the world. To underpin our mission we do a ski/ splitboard mountaineering camp once a year. This gathers up to 40 participants for a 3 day adventure in the Lofoten mountains and at sea for fishing the legendary cod right outside our camp spot! For adittional information: www.lstf.info For private groups and corporate business, we tailor unique holiday experiences, or we arrange to your needs, whether you are traveling with your family, friends, celebrating an anniversary or business. We are grown up in the region and know where the hidden gems are! Activities powered by nature, like: fishing, diving, surfing, mountain, biking, skiing, kayaking and more. Kristian Bøe Hattvikveien 14 8373 Ballstad Norway Read more
My name is Anne Olsen-Ryum and I live in a small place in the north of Norway called Hasvik. Hasvik is situated on the western side of Norway’s fourth largest island Sørøya. Sørøya is often claimed to be one of the most beautiful islands in Norway. My interest for photography started in my early teens, but I became seriously interested when I started digitally photography in 2001. I am 100% self-taught, and photographing is something I do in my spare-time. My main interest is landscape photography, and I love trying to catch the dramatic light that suddenly can reveal itself through all four seasons of the year. I am particularly fond of the winter light and The Polar Nights. The weather in winter shifts rapidly and is often unpredictable. Blizzard conditions can change to calm in minutes, with colorful northern lights dancing across a starry sky. I think that two months without sunlight is a fascinating experience, and I love the colors of The Polar Nights. Read more
Christian Hoiberg is a Norwegian Fine Art Landscape Photographer based in eastern Norway. Combined with his passion for photography, Christian loves traveling and exploring new areas around the world. His destinations are normally away from the big cities, and into the more remote corners. Next to photographing, Christian also loves to teach others what he has learned himself. Through his website he writes articles explaining various techniques and methods to improve your photography. Read more
Renate lives in Finnmark in the north of Norway. This is the land of eternal light and eternal night. At 70°N we have the midnight sun for two months in the summer. The sun never sets and the night is as bright as the day. In winter we have the polar night, which is an equally long period when the sun never rises above the horizon. The nature in this arctic region is fascinating in so many ways! Read more
Hi. I am a self-taught landscape photographer, living in Kabelvåg village, Lofoten islands. I am a Danish citizen, but have been living in Norway since 1985. I have always felt an attraction to nature, and outdoor activities. I have been doing summit to sea telemark-skiing, a little climbing, fly-fishing and other hikes all around in, and around Lofoten islands. Photography has been my priority hobby in recent years. I also do some guiding, especially during the northern-lights season. I communicate in English and Norwegian, understand Swedish and Danish very well, and a little German. Read more
Hi, my name is Hanne-Marthe Hellevik and I come from the beautiful, art nouveau, city of Ålesund, Norway. My passions is photographing, nature and hiking. Living here gives me a free ticket to nature. I love to spend my time hiking in the mountains. I often hike alone as well as with company. When I go on trips alone I feel sort of free from stress and daily routines. It feels like therapy to me! The silence and the beauty of nature beats it all. I could not find a better playground than home. We are surrounded by mountains, fjords and valleys. Jealous? You should be! Join the adventure with me! Read more
Hi! My name is Ida and I live on the island Karmøy, located on the West Coast of Norway. This previous year I have been traveling the world where I amongst other explored the hidden streets of Shanghai, worked for a magazine in Seoul, met great photographers in Singapore and discovered the most beautiful sunrises at the shores of Bondi Beach, Sydney. I have just settled back in my home town, Kopervik, Karmøy. Here I have started my own Photography studio, Shot by Skeie. I love to see new places and challenge my self with different sports and hobbies. When I am not working in my studio or being on an assignment for clients I love to photograph landscape and nature. After my travels I see Norway with new eyes. It is such a beautiful country with wild landscape, crazy weather and breathtaking sceneries. I look forward to share some of the special places that I know of with you. Please do not hesitate to contact me! Read more
Live outside of Ålesund. Ive grown up in West Africa and live in Norway, I have a huge passion for photography so I know how to show people the beauties of Norway, especially for foreigners to know what is new for them and what is old for Norwegians. I mainly go along the coast, not as much up in the mountains, but I love them as well. Read more
Hi, I am Kim. Born and raised in Northern Norway (Helgeland) but I have lived in Oslo the last 26 years. I am a landscape and travel photographer. My first experience with photography was in the darkroom back in the film days. I have been photographing ever since. A lot changed with the digital cameras and darkroom” and never have the possibilities for photographers been more exciting. Besides photography, my other great passion is travel. In my previous day job, I was privileged being able to visit many exotic and interesting countries all over the world. I love travelling and spend a lot of my spare time visiting fantastic new places. The highlights so far are Antarctica and the Cook Island in the Pacific. Read more