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.
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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).