Nature Safari in Norway

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Perhaps this is one of the most spectacular sightings that we can do in Norway. The sighting of whales and fin whales, among many other species is warranted, from 25 May to 15 September, and only cancels out when bad weather makes it inadvisable for passengers. The famous orca, or killer whale is also visible, but for this we have to travel to the Lofoten Islands and Vesterålen in winter, from November only. A unique experience in life.

Nature Safari in Norway

Photography by Nick Moise

King Crab Safari:

Always combined with other activities like snowmobiles and bathrooms with special clothing in the icy waters of the Barents Sea, if done in winter, or search with boats at sea if done in summer, and in both cases, if concludes with a spectacular feast based on the exquisite flesh of this crustacean. Is from or from Honningsvag Kirkenes in Finnmark.

Art and Nature Safari in the Lofoten Islands:

A fantastic combination, for insight into the nature and culture of this paradise on earth. Takes place in the picturesque fishing village of Henningsvaer, and after visiting the town and its art gallery, is an excursion into the sea with inflatable fast boats, along the rugged coastline of the islands and wildlife sighting more typical of the place, as sea eagles and seals.

Nature in Norway

Photography by Andrei!

Safari to Bird Island:

Visit by boat to the famous islands of Gjesvaer in Gjesværstappan Nature Reserve, accessible from the Mageroy Island, where the North Cape. In nesting period from April to September, is home to thousands of birds which completely cover the surface of the islands. We can see puffins, cormorants, European bigard, ravens, crows, pelicans, gulls, ducks, auks, etc..

Safari husky sled dogs:

This trip needs no introduction, just imagine going through the silence of the forest with the only accompanying sound of dogs panting and our sled sliding over snow, covering the slopes of the Norwegian mountains, across frozen lakes and fjords, surrounded by white universe everywhere in Finnmark.

Adventure sports in Norway

Photography by martin_vmorris

Snowmobile Safari:

Well basically the same as the previous safari, but changing the sled and dogs for these authentic all-terrain snow, in the same places of Finnmark.

Safari in speedboats on the fjords:

With this colorful summer safari back to Norway in this case in the fjord Sognefjord. From the town of Loen have the opportunity to visit part of the fjord at full speed, jumping over the gentle waves and learn more about the fjords along the coast from the water and know some places like Stryn and Loen.

The Norwegian fjords

Photography by tuey

Diving in the lake Lygnstoylsvatnet:

At the bottom of this famous lake in western Norway, we find the ruins of a small town due to landslides and rocks in 1908 closed down the valley, was completely submerged by the new lake that was created. Full houses, bridges, streets, plazas, and even trees, are visible under these crystal waters Norwegian.

Safari on the ice of glaciers. For the more adventurous, tying, put on some crampons, grab a pair of ice axes and make trails through the eternal ice of the glaciers along with a panel monitors, it is possible in many different places in Norway. Another of those life experiences also help us better understand how a glacier and how they behave in the course of time.

And like these endless safari to see animals like musk ox, reindeer, moose, salmon, seals, etc. as well as for activities such as hiking, mountaineering, mountain biking, skiing, and even surf! In Norway you can find all the possibilities to organize a holiday for active tourism at the highest level and best scenarios.

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