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Basic FjordSafari of Aurlandsfjord and Næroyfjord

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 be found, nesting in between the mountains, are home to several charming villages, such as Aurlandsvangen, Undredal and Flåm. Get ready to venture close to their shores to catch a glimpse of the local fjord life. You will also traverse through parts of Nærøyfjord Fjord, often dubbed ‘Norway in a Nutshell’ due to its versatile display of bona fide Norwegian landscape. The fjord was even the inspiration for Arendelle in the animated masterpiece Frozen. Nærøyfjord was chosen by National Geographic as the world’s top unspoilt travel destination, so be prepared to witness Norwegian nature at its purest, such as waterfalls plunging down the steep mountainsides. If luck should have it, you might also spot wildlife such as eagles, otters, seals and porpoises. Both fjords are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and as you traverse through them, you will understand just why. The fjords of Norway are a cherished natural treasure to the locals, and their protection is of vital importance. You will be travelling via RIB boat, each of which hosts 12 people, providing a personal experience with your expert tour guides. This excursion is ideal for the whole family and children are welcome aboard. So don’t hesitate to book this tour now and witness all the wonders of the fjords, on an unforgettable adventure of natural marvels. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Snorkeling in the Most Powerful Tidal Current in Saltstraumen

Explore the most powerful tidal current in the world on this tour. The Saltstraumen channel is located in Nordland. It measures only 3 kilometers long and 150 meters wide. Every 6 hours, up to 400 million cubic meters pass through the straight. That’s enough water to fill 160,000 Olympic swimming pools. The water speed reaches up to 40 kilometers per hour. These fast currents produce extremely large and powerful maelstroms that can reach up to 10 metres in diameter and 5 metres deep. Although you can view these whirlpools from Saltstraumen Bridge, the best way to experience them is by snorkeling in the world’s most powerful tidal current. If you want to go snorkeling in Saltstraumen to experience these powerful tidal currents, it is best if you are comfortable in the water. You should bring something warm that can be worn underneath your dry suit. Thermal underwear works well. Included in your tour are a drysuit, fins, mask, snorkel, hood, and gloves to wear during your swim. The minimum suggested an age for this tour is 12 years old, however, everyone must be able to fit into one of the provided dry suits. The smallest suit size available is an XXS. At the start of your tour, you will be taught everything you need to know in order to participate. This will include a briefing about the things you will see and techniques for getting in and out of the water. Safety is a top priority. You will learn signals and safety techniques. A guide will be in the water with you at all times. And there will always be a boat nearby as well. The experience lasts about 2 hours in total, with 45 minutes spent in the water. Once you get in the water, you will discover a lot of diverse marine life. Coalfish is the specialty of the area. The largest one that was caught here weighed an impressive 22.7 kilograms. Other commonly seen fish in the area include cod, halibut, wolffish, rosefish, and saithe. You’ll also see a large kelp forest and lots of colorful anemones. Snorkeling in Saltstraumen is bound to be a one of a kind experience that you’ll never forget. Jump on in the water and schedule your snorkeling adventure.

Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Aug. - Sep.
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Fjord Cruise through Lysefjord

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 crew consists of expert tour guides, who will inform you of what you will see on your open water adventure. The venue of your journey is Lysefjord, an archetypal Norwegian fjord that also boasts of unique qualities. The light granite rocks that line the sides of the fjord are what gave it its name, with Lysefjord translating to ‘light fjord’. It is lined with numerous misty waterfalls, including Hengjane Falls, which you will venture so close to that you might feel their mist on your face. The fjord is also brimming with idyllic islands and varied wildlife - with a little bit of luck you might encounter the resident seals of the water or the acrobatic mountain goats of the hillsides. As you near in towards the heart of the fjord, get ready to behold the Vagabond’s Cave - an ancient hiding place to a group of outlaws who sought shelter there a long time ago. As you pass by this enigmatic site, you will be greeted by the very highlight of the fjord, the steep and towering Pulpit Rock. The cliff also known as Preikestolen is an ever popular venue for hikers, looking to see the scenery from above. On your cruise, however, you will get the pleasure of experiencing the allure of the rock from a whole different angle, as the near perfectly vertical drop of over 600 metres towers majestically over the skyline. Your vessel will return you to the port at Stavanger at the end of the tour. It is available all year round, providing for different seasonal charms each time around. Don’t miss out on this perfect cruise. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Fjord Cruise & Pulpit Rock Hike | Combo Tour

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 gets its name - ‘Light Fjord’ - because of the light-coloured granite rocks that line its mountainsides. As you venture in between the steeping mountains, you will pass uninhabited and idyllic islands surrounded by sapphire-coloured water, wooden houses nesting in the hillsides, acrobatic mountain goats, and numerous misty waterfalls plummeting down the cliffs. You will visit the Vagabond’s Cave in the heart of the fjord, where a group of outlaws allegedly hid from the authorities in days long gone. As you trail beyond this enigmatic and ancient hiding place, you will be greeted by the appearance of the monumental Pulpit Rock towering over the skyline. Looking up at the near perfectly vertical drop of this steepest of cliffs, any adventurer would be desirous to venture up for a chance of enjoying the view from above. And that is exactly what is on the agenda, as you will conclude your boat cruise at the village of Oanes and get ready for the second half of your adventure. A bus will take you from Oanes to the trailhead of Pulpit Rock at Preikestolhytta, where you will stock up on food and water before starting your ascent. The hike up Pulpit Rock has become increasingly popular with travellers from all over in the last years, but the trail is still moderately challenging and will take about two hours each way. After reaching the top, however, all the effort will be worth it, as you might as well be standing at the top of the world where you look down over the fjord you just cruised through. The photo opportunities from the top are to die for, and those brave enough can venture right to the edge of the cliff to look straight down the 600-metre drop. Once you have descended back down, a bus will take you back to the port of Tau to catch the ferry back to Stavanger. Don’t delay in booking this extraordinary tour for the chance of the combined wonders of a fjord safari and a view from the summit of Pulpit Rock. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8 hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Reindeer Sledding & Northern Lights | Overnight Tour

Experience the lifestyle of the Sami people on this combo tour of reindeer sledding and Northern Lights hunting, where you will spend the night sleeping under the stars of the Arctic. Any enthusiast of Scandinavian culture and nature should not let this opportunity pass them by. After getting picked up at the departure location in Tromsø, you will head on to the scenic landscapes of the Lyngen district. This mountainous area is home to magnificent coastal sceneries and idyllic villages, as well as its roaming resident reindeer. Reindeer sledding is the oldest method of transportation in northern Norway, dating back to the northernmost indigenous people of Europe, the Sami. Their culture has included reindeer herding for aeons, and in many regions of the Nordic countries today, the activity is legally reserved to belonging exclusively to them. You will get up-close and personal with these beautiful animals as you allow them to take you flying across the snowy plains in the valley. Your expert guides will inform you of the ancient lifestyles of these reindeer herders, as you explore the land in the same way they have for centuries. At the end of your day, you will spend the night in a traditional Sami tent known as Lavvu. Since you are located a good distance from the bright lights of the city, you can thoroughly enjoy the splendours of the night sky. This tour includes a lookout for the Northern Lights, which are frequently known to grace this particular area with their presence. Formed when the magnetosphere gets disturbed by trajectories of solar winds, the aurora borealis are natural phenomena that can sometimes be predicted but never guaranteed. Be that as it may, if they decide to show on the eve of your adventure, you will be able to fully bask in their glory because of the lack of urban light pollution. Allow yourself to become one with nature and replenish your mind and soul on your overnight excursion. Don’t hesitate in booking this tour now for an exciting day of cultural activity out in the Arctic. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
17 hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding with Sami Guides

Join us on an adventure of a lifetime at the edge of Tromso. Reindeer sledding is the oldest transportation method in northern Norway and now is your chance to try it. Since the location has almost no artificial light, it makes for a great place to chase the Northern Lights.  On this exciting tour, you will learn about how Sami people drive the reindeer sled and also gain a real insight into the fascinating Sami culture. Sami people are known for herding reindeer, their distinctive handicrafts, and affinity for nature. Their homeland extends from the middle of Norway to north-western Russia, including northern Sweden and northern Finland. All your guides are authentic Sami guides that come from reindeer herding families. They will let you know how they combine traditional lifestyle into the modern world. The reindeer herders symbolize the culture and are dependent on vast areas of wilderness. Up until today, Sami people still living in a nomadic lifestyle, following the reindeer migrations from the plains to the coast. Don't get scared by our giant friends; these reindeer are calm and shy. They may sometimes stop, and you have to wait till they are ready to continue, so the speeds can vary as the reindeer decides; usually, it stays moderate. The sledding is not a tourism industry innovation, but an ancient Sami way of getting around. Your Sami guide will educate you about how they take care of them and the way they can use the reindeer for handicrafts, clothes, and of course, food for everyone. After going sledding, you'll be served a traditional Sami meal and told stories about the Sami culture. We will also show you a display of cultural artifacts, and you'll get to hear a traditional Sami song (joik).  Try something different this winter, be like Santa and join an eco-friendly tour that no petrol is used to take you around. This authentic Sami culture tour not only lets you experience the nomadic lifestyle but also gives you a close face to face chance with friendly reindeer. Check the availability before it fills up!

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Duration:
2,5 hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Heritage FjordSafari Boat Tour | Næroyfjord & Aurlandsfjord

Get ready to behold the picturesque beauty of authentic Scandinavian nature as you sail through Nærøyfjord on a scenic boat excursion. This tour is for any and all travellers that wish to experience Norway in a nutshell and take home memories that will last a lifetime. Norway is renowned for its numerous fjords, formed when the sea fills the valley floors of ancient glacial retreats. The largest fjord in the whole country is Sognefjord, and within it, numerous smaller fjords branch out. You will be visiting two of these branch-fjords on your sailing adventure, namely Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord. Nærøyfjord is officially listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and was once chosen by National Geographic as the world’s top unspoilt travel destination. It is often dubbed ‘Norway in a Nutshell’ due to its versatile display of authentic Norwegian nature. Additionally, Nærøyfjord was used as the main inspiration for the design of Arendelle; home to Elsa and Anna in the animated masterpiece Frozen. As you venture through it, you will immediately understand why this site was chosen, as you are quite literally visiting a landscape straight out of a fairytale. Your adventure will take place on a RIB boat suitable for up to twelve guests. This provides for a personal experience with your expert tour guides, who will inform you of all that you see and are more than happy to answer any and all of your questions. Get ready to venture close to the shores and gaze at a scenery consisting of waterfalls and steep mountainsides, rich in vegetation and wildlife. If luck should have it, you might encounter the various animals that reside within the terrain, such as otters, seals, eagles and the fjord porpoise. You will also sail up close to the various villages in the fjord’s valleys, catching a glimpse of the charm in the local fjord life. All tours begin and end in the village Flåm, where you will be provided with all the necessary equipment for your fjord excursion. So don’t wait any further to book your fjord adventure now, to fully enjoy everything that Norway has to offer on a single boat ride. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
2,5 hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Oslofjord Sightseeing Boat Tour

Embark on a classic sightseeing tour on this boat cruise of Oslofjord. Get ready to experience the scenic landscapes of the fjord, on this tour ideal for anyone wishing to take in the cityscape of this unique Scandinavian capital. One of the best ways to experience the scenery of the city and its surroundings is from a sightseeing boat, and the boat in question is a charming wooden ship of traditional Norwegian style. The crew onboard is friendly and helpful, ready and willing to answer whichever questions you might have on your journey. You will pass several interesting sights en route, as you voyage through the narrow bays of the waters, passing a labyrinth of small islands and scenic coastal buildings. One of the islands that you will encounter on your cruise is Hovedøya, a small isle of lush greenery and home to a wide variety of trees and flowers, some of which can’t be found anywhere else in Norway. Another sight en route is the charming Dyna Lighthouse, perching on a reef just south of the Bygdøy Peninsula. The peninsula itself hosts five national museums and a popular beach named Huk. When passing Bygdøy, as this is a sailing cruise, keep an eye out for the Fram Museum, home of the strongest wooden ship ever built. You can also see the Maritime Museum and the stunning veteran sailing ships that are anchored outside. You will likewise pass the Oslo Opera House, a striking building of white marble, glass and granite and the winner of several architectural awards. Because of the building’s ascending design, it appears to rise out of the water of the fjord in all its modern glory. Whichever direction you decide to gaze at, there are plentiful opportunities for photogenic views of the iconic capital of Norway. Don’t hesitate to book your boat tour now, for a chance to behold the numerous sights and beauties of Oslofjord. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
5 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Hiking in Lofoten

Explore the beauty of Lofoten on this guided hiking tour of scenic Norwegian wonders, where you feel all your worries melt away in the midst of the mountains. This light hike is suitable for all ages, on a perfect tour for any lover of nature looking for a spectacular display of authentic Scandinavian landscapes. After your complimentary pickup in selected locations of Solvær and Kabelvåg, you will set out with a small group to explore the nature of Lofoten, a group of islands in the northern part of Norway, often described as one of the most scenic parts of the whole country. The scenery of Lofoten consists of small, idyllic fishing villages nesting in the fjords, and a rocky coast of mountains rising steeply and directly from the ocean. During your leisurely hike, you will stroll through nature at a comfortable pace to enjoy the stillness of the surroundings. Get ready to feel connected to the flora and locate your inner peace, as only a perfect hike will deliver. Your heading is towards the western coast of the Isles, where you will trail through stunning mountain peaks along a path nesting between the ocean and the hillsides. Your local guides will lead you to some of the most unique places on these picturesque islands, so be sure to pack your camera for all the wonderful photo opportunities en route. Whether you are an avid or amateur photographer, the photogenetic landscape is sure to be the perfect subject. The hike takes approximately three hours and is a comfortable one, as your guides will also provide you with snacks along the way. This tour allows you to fully enjoy the majestic landscape, without the effort of laborious hiking. Don’t wait any longer in booking this tour now and see the best of which Norwegian nature has to offer. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
August
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Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee. The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth. As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees. You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo. You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene. You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle. Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Svalbard Sailing Expedition - 4 days

Join this great Arctic summer adventure and take part in a 4-day sailing expedition from Svalbard. Midway between mainland Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is one of the most remote places you can travel to. Sail through some of the Arctic’s most staggering landscapes and experience Svalbard up close and personal.   It has yet to be fully explained by geologists how this gorgeous landmass was created. The unspoiled landscapes of Svalbard present you with not only breathtaking fjords but also offers stunning wildlife encounters and natural colors of the Arctic, producing truly unique photo opportunities.  During this expedition, you will be onboard a sailboat specifically designed for waters such those in the Arctic. The Aventura IV is a Garcia Exploration 45. The boat is an experience in itself and has been named the Ultimate Global Cruiser. The Aventura IV was built in 2014 and is already an icon. The boat was the winner of Best Boat 2015 in Sail Magazine and Boat of the Year 2015 by Cruising World. It was bought directly from Jimmy Cornell and with present equipment, is worth around EUR 1,000,000.  Compared to larger vessels, sail ships and regular sailboats of the same size. With a draft of just one meter, you get to experience everything for up close from the boat.  The boat also offers better comfort than most sailboats same size and the cabin is easily accessible from the cockpit. A 75 mm thick foam insulation brings temperature stability and a strong aluminum hull makes this boat safer compared to fiberglass boats. You will travel over 4 days and 3 nights. However, having a fixed itinerary in the seas around Svalbard is next to impossible. We have a schedule but will have to remain flexible. On any given day, we will have to adapt to the conditions and the unpredictability of the surroundings. You get to participate and become part of the operation. We will have epic and easy hikes on land every day to embrace the surroundings: Glaciers, birds, wild animals, old settlements, research stations and more. You will get plenty of Instagram-worthy pictures from these trips. Your tour will be ecologically sustainable and responsible. By traveling in a small group,  you will have less impact on nature and its wildlife. Jump on board and join us for this truly unparalleled adventure across the Arctic waters of Svalbard and inquire about availability and custom options. No other Arctic tourist boat we know can offer this!

Duration:
4 days
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Oslo City Boat Cruise

Hop on board and experience the city of Oslo on a scenic cruise filled with interesting sights to behold. This tour is for anyone looking to have a wonderful day of sightseeing of Oslo and its surroundings. You will sail along the strikingly blue waters of the Oslofjord as you enjoy the panoramic view of the city, making several stops along your way for some unique photo opportunities. Your first stop will be at City Hall, one of Oslo’s most famous buildings. It boasts of characteristic architecture and artworks and is furthermore the location of the annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. Your second stop is the Oslo Opera House, a majestic and modern building of white marble and granite, that appears to rise from the very waters as it nests at the head of Oslofjord.    You will then set sail to the museum island at the Bygdøy Peninsula, home to no less than five national museums.  These stops are just a fraction of what you will witness on your sailing excursion. Be prepared to cruise around the picturesque little islands in the inner part of the fjord and pass the ancient fortress of Akershus. Akershus is a medieval castle built to protect the city of Oslo in the 13th century. In the 17th century, it was remodeled under the demand of King Christian IV, which is when it gained its striking Renaissance castle appearance. Remember that you will be informed of all of which you see by your expert tour guides, which are more than happy to answer all of your questions about the sights of the journey. Refreshments and drinks are also sold onboard all day long. So don’t hesitate to book this tour now for an unforgettable day out on the open waters of Oslo. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Bodø Coastal Day Hike with Amazing Mjelle Beach

Take a day to escape the bustle of Bodø and explore magical Mjelle Beach, just a short trip away. Relax and wander the natural wonders that await. This spectacular Arctic beach is a photographer’s dream. With vibrant colours and pristine waters, it’s worth a visit. All ages and levels will find this 4 to 6 hour trip an enjoyable experience. Participants will meet by the Tourist Information in Bodø at their chosen time. The tours are designed for small groups, giving you the opportunity for a more memorable experience, and the ability to interact with your guide and fellow travellers. The Mjelle Beach tour is offered year-round, giving each visitor a different perspective. After an easy 30-minute stroll, you’ll find yourself in a secluded spot with expanses of white and red (garnet mineral) sands. Depending on the time of year, you’ll have different options. Everyone will be able to experience the beauty of the sea, but summer visitors may dare to take a barefoot stroll or a dip in the frigid waters. The tour will provide headlamps for evening and winter hikes, but you'll want to make sure to have layers to bundle. Weather and tides shift the sand into a variety of textures and colours, so each visitor will have a true one-of-a-kind experience. Some excellent ways to spend your time include finding a quiet spot to decompress. You can look for shells and rocks, or find spots to take that perfect photo. Locals talk about the variety of props that pop up for your backdrop, from armchairs and rocky outcrops to a herd of sheep. Mjelle Beach is also known as one of the top places to view the Midnight Sun. Plus, visitors of all ages are invited to build a sandcastle. The tamed wilderness of Mjelle Beach is only a short distance away from civilization, but you’ll feel as if you’ve been whisked to another world. You’ll be able to immerse yourself in the Arctic wild for a few hours and have the idyllic pictures to prove it. Don’t miss out on this Zen spot that offers a little something for everyone. Check availability by choosing a date now.

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
Apr. - Dec.
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Round Trip to Godøy & Alnes Lighthouse | Alesund Tours

Come on short sea expedition of idyllic islands on the western seashore of Norway. Experience panoramic views from the sea as well as from land as you travel from Alesund to Godoy and then Alnes on this exciting tour that combines a high-speed ferry ride and a bus expedition. This is a great tour for anyone who loves adventure and sightseeing. Your 1-hour long expedition kicks off at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (close to the Tourist Information office), where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare to board the high-speed ferry. The first part of your day tour will be a high-speed ferry ride.  You will sail from the ferry terminal at Skateflukaia in Alesund via Godøy and towards Alnes.  Your exciting cruise will be filled with astonishing views of the expansive sea on one side and stunning shorelines, islands and islets on the other. Godøy is a little island in the Giske Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county. It is famous for its attractive nature and its regal mountain.  From Godøy, you will sail to Alnes. Alnes is a charming small village located on the north side of Godøya. Alnes boasts a magnificent seascape that offers gorgeous vistas in the summer. We recommend a visit to the famous Alnes lighthouse. This historic lighthouse was built in 1852 to guide fishing boats safely to the harbour. At the Anles lighthouse, you will enjoy the permanent watercolour and sketches by the famous local artist, Ørnulf Opdahl. If you visit in the summer, you will have a chance to visit the lighthouse keeper’s house and view an exhibition about the history of the Alnes lighthouse. You can also visit the summer café and enjoy more temporary art exhibitions. We also recommend a visit to the new Alnes cultural centre that is open throughout the year. Here you can enjoy local delicacies like homemade cakes and locally prepared food. There is an art gallery by the Norwegian Coastal Administration showcasing the current activity at the lighthouse. Please confirm with your guides on opening schedules.  The bus option for this tour is only available for a few days of the year from 7th July to 22nd July. Check for availability and book a spot on this thrilling journey exploring Norway today!

Duration:
1 hour
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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