NORWAY

Thousands of little islands, peaceful majestic fjords cutting their way into a jugged coastline and glorious glittering glaciers making their way to the shores - Norway's landscape is stunningly beautiful and makes for a wonderful setting for outdoor activities, which can be pretty much enjoyed all year long. Whether you are looking for endless summer sun or the magical Northern lights occurring over the winter months, Norway offers you just the right possibility to get active and close to nature no matter the season. 

Further, you will find some of the most beautiful villages and stylish cities buzzing with vibrant cultural life around heritage, arts, music and food.

Lovatnet lake  Loen  Nordfjord, Norway

OUR NORWAY ADVENTURES

 
Cycling the Navvies Road, Sognefjord, No

SOGNEFJORD ADVENTURE WEEK

Trolltunga, Hardangervidda, Norway

LANDMARKS OF THE WESTERN FJORDS

 

WHEN TO GO

As with all Northern destinations, the summers in Norway are short and the months between May and September are by far the busiest on the islands. Every season has its unique highlights to offer, try to avoid December and January as the days are too short, but you can enjoy longer days paired with the spectacular the Northern lights from late February/March. Spring is the best season to spot whales while hiking and biking are best over the summer months with the grounds being mostly dry.

WHAT TO BRING

Be prepared for fast changing weather and wear more clothes than necessary as opposed to too few. Even in the summer months the temperatures can vary greatly over the day and windy rain showers can follow quickly after beautiful sunshine. Waterproof jackets and hiking boots are essential to explore nature at its best.
If you are traveling in winter, pack warm socks and underwear, warm woolen or fleece jumpers and a warm water- and windproof winter jacket. Don't forget your hat, scarf and gloves.

HOW TO GET THERE

There are direct flights to Oslo from many European hubs or and also smaller,  regional airports. Overseas visitors often also connect in the international European hubs, like Copenhagen, London or Frankfurt. There are several regional airport spread across Norway, connections are best from Norway and you will also find direct connections to other Scandinavian airports.