Activities in Norwegian Lapland

Northern Norway, and Norwegian Lapland is home to some amazing activities both on land and the fjords around the coast. Whether dog sledding in Norway, joining a Northern Lights tour in Norway, or even Whale Watching in Norway – the rugged wilderness, combined with the picturesque countryside is a true hit. For those looking for milder temperatures, coastal destinations such as activities in Tromso, Narvik and tours in Lyngenfjord are worth considering as the sea holds average temperatures to a milder average of – 3 degrees in  winter.

Glacier Walk – Active Tromsø

12-14 hours approx
Explore the magnificent world of glaciers with this guided adventure. We will take you to the unique Steindalsbreen, a 10000 year old glacier which...

Snowshoeing and Ice Hotel visit – Destination Tromsø

7,5 hours approx
Join your guide on a snowshoe adventure in the surrounding area of Tromsø Ice Domes. Here we try to spot the living counterparts of some of the...

Guided snowshoe tour with pick up from your accommodation – Northern Horizon

5-6 hours approx
Put on your snowshoes and walk with your guide into a snowy paradise.

Snowmobile Fun – Destination Snowman

9 hours approx
Enjoy our Snowmobile Fun! Bus departure every day from Scandic Ishavshotel at 9am (09.00), back in town at 6pm (18.00). The bus, run by Bussring is...

Reindeer Feeding and Sami History – Tromsø Arctic Reindeer

4 hours approx
Join Sami guides for an unforgettable reindeer experience. After a 25-minute drive from the city centre, you will visit their camp and have a chance...

Reindeer Sledding with Sami Culture – Tromsø Lapland

4 hours approx
Try reindeer sledding, the oldest form of transport in the north, with authentic Sami guides from the family-run company Tromsø Lapland. During your...

Fishing in the Blue Light Hour – Sørøya Havfiskecruise

3 hours approx
As owners of Sørøya Havfiskecruise we can proudly introduce ourselves as the pioneer (actually the very first) of winter tourism by boat in Tromso....

Polar Park Entrance fee

Polar Park is the world's northernmost animal park, and home to Norway's large predators such as bears, wolves, and lynx as well as deer, moose,...

Midnight Sun photo safari by RIB Boat – Green Gold of Norway

3 hours approx
Join us on a three-hours Rib-boat photo safari to the islands of Gåsvær, Musvær, and Risøya with possiblility to see Eagles, Cormorants, Seals...

Highlight activities in Norway

Those booking activities in Arctic Norway are treated to spectacular and dramatic scenery with warm hospitality and the chance to experience both the urban and wilderness Arctic environments. Whether visiting for wildlife encounters from Orca to Wolves, dog or reindeer sledding and snowmobiling in the winter, or hiking, fishing for king crabs, whale watching or a midnight sun cruise in the summer – Norway has it all.

The network of Fjords on the coast give way to both urban life with towns and cities like Tromso and Narvik, with the land rising quickly into the mountains that stretch to the Swedish boarder. Norwegian Lapland stretches to the most northerly point of Lapland and boasts the most northerly point of Europe at the North Cape. Norwegian Lapland boast the most Northerly city in the world including the most northerly coffee bar (Longyearbyen), 18-hole golf course, brewery, Mosque, Cathedral, University and elite division football team (Tromso), the most northerly coral reef (North Cape), and the world’s most northerly Wildlife Park (Polar Park).