Private Tour of Norway
Norway : Northern Lights Adventure Tour
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The tiny, bustling city of Tromso lies in the northernmost part of Norway, on a small island 349 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle. Visitors are often surprised by the extent of Tromso’s delights: sophisticated art, fascinating history, fine cuisine and boisterous nightlife. Despite its northern location, the city enjoys a relatively moderate climate and numerous attractions. Paramount are the arctic aquarium, home to bearded seals and a panoramic cinema playing films on the Arctic wilderness; the world’s northernmost botanical gardens, with arctic and alpine plants from all corners of the globe; and the Science Center of Northern Norway, home to the country’s largest planetarium. For a bird’s eye view of the striking natural surrounds and the chance to see the enthralling northern lights, catch a ride up the town’s popular cable car.
Troms og Finnmark County
Located in northern Norway, Troms og Finnmark County is the northernmost and easternmost county in Norway. It is known for its rich cultural heritage, exceptionally scenic coastline and unrivalled natural scenery. Finnmark is Norway's largest county, even larger than the neighbouring country of Denmark, but its the least populated. Visitors can look forward to exploring the almost 7000-kilometres stretch of pristine coastline, discover the wild islands and view the ancient fjords. Don’t miss the opportunity to see some of Norway's largest sea bird colonies which can be seen on the northern coast, experience the midnight sun from May till July and catch a glimpse of the magical northern lights dancing in the clear night skies.
The northern reaches of Norway are known as Northern Norway. It is comprised of the two northernmost counties: Nordland and Troms og Finnmark. Stretching from mainland Europe's northernmost point near the North Cape to the Helgeland region in the south, the region is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, the rich traditions of the ancient Sami people, and variety of activities. Visitors can view the midnight sun, spot the northern lights in the clear night sky, or jump on a whale safari. Don't miss the opportunity to sample traditional reindeer stew or world-class seafood such as king crab, enjoy skiing or dog sledding in winter and surfing or hiking in the summer. Other highlights include the magnificent mountains Torghatten in Helgeland, Møysalen in Vesterålen, or the Lyngen Alps.
The small Nordic island of Skjervoya lies in the municipality of Skjervoy in Troms county, connected to the mainland by both a bridge and a tunnel. The island’s fishing village is home to the oldest wooden church in Norway, dating back to 1728. Popular tourist activities include boat cruising, bird watching, guided fishing tours, sea eagle excursions, as well as exploring the spectacular Kvaenangen fjord which lies to the east of the island. While the summer months offer visitors the opportunity to witness the astonishing midnight sun, the winter brings the spectacular Northern lights, blazing across the night sky in a remarkable symphony of magnificent colour and light.