Join us for a remarkable adventure in the Arctic wonders of Tromsø, Alta or Lofoten during the captivating seasons of fall and winter. Immerse yourself in Northern Lights hunting while enjoying activities on shore or sea, striking the perfect balance between urban exploration, cultural immersion, and the beauty of nature.
Tailored adventures. Let us craft a personalized getaway for you in Northern Norway, thoughtfully designed for you to enjoy your preferred experiences.
Northern Lights. Embrace the magic of this time of year, from September throughout the winter to mid April, when the spellbinding Northern Lights dance across the Arctic skies, illuminating the night with their enchanting, vibrant hues.
Seasonal activities. We customize your journey to the season's opportunities, ensuring you experience the very best of what every moment has to offer. Combine your Northern Lights pursuit with your desired activities, revealing hidden local treasures and delightful surprises along the way.
Expert Guides. Our experienced guides are your passport to the Northern Lights. They possess an intimate knowledge of the best viewing spots, and ensure you have the best chance of witnessing this natural wonder.
Comfy Accommodations. After a thrilling night under the stars, retreat to cozy and comfortable accommodations where you can unwind, warm up, and relive the magic. From boutique lodges to traditional Arctic cabins, we offer a range of lodging options to suit your preferences.
Culinary Delights. Savor local Arctic delicacies such as reindeer, salmon and cloudberries. Local restaurants serve up a taste of the region's unique flavors that will leave your taste buds tingling.
Destinations & duration. We recommend staying for a minimum of three days, and up to a week - depending on destination and the type of activities you want to experience. Continue reading to explore our three destinations, each providing excellent opportunities for Northern Lights hunting and various activities.
Imagine a place where the seasons paint a vivid portrait of contrasts – from the fiery colors of fall to the glistening wonderland of winter. Welcome to Tromsø - The Paris of the North, where fall and winter combine to create a captivating experience like no other. Here, the landscape is defined by endless mountain formations, fjords, and islands rising from the sea. Explore the city for a day and embark on an excursion to nearby areas, including the breathtaking Lyngen Alps.
- Hiking in coastal surrondings
- Snowsledding in the heart of the Lyngen alps
- Aurora dinner cruise
- Whale safari
- Whiskey tasting at the world's northernmost distillery
- Experience Sami culture
A hidden gem nestled in the heart of Norway's Arctic region, where adventure, culture, and natural beauty collide. Alta is not just a destination; it's an experience waiting to be uncovered.
Alta is renowned as the "City of the Northern Lights" due to its exceptional visibility and high frequency of this celestial spectacle. Immerse yourself in the magical dance of colors in the Arctic sky, an experience that will leave you awe-inspired. Alta is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts all year round.
- Hikes through pristine landscapes
- Dogsledding in Arctic landscape
- Ice fishing
- Nordic skiing
Autumn in Lofoten provides a calmer and more peaceful alternative to the bustling summer season. Embrace the tranquility of deserted hiking trails, serene beaches, and the tranquil fjords. Lofoten enjoys a milder climate compared to Alta and Tromsø, making it suitable for year-round hiking, and other activities such as kayaking, fishing trips, and eagle safaris. Explore picturesque fishing villages and hunt for the Northern Lights!
- Sea eagle safari to Trollfjorden
- Fishing trips from Svolvær
- Kayak trips through islets and reefs
- Snowshoeing in the spectacular winter landscape
- Coastal hiking
- Visits at unique fishing villages such as Henningsvær and Nusfjord
- Ski touring
- 24 hour emergency standby team
- Guides with training in first aid
- First aid equipment available
- Cooperation with Turlegen.no for medical advice while in the field
We have to work a little to reach the destination. These are trips most people can handle, if they have a basic level of fitness. We sleep in comfortable tents and / or in cabins and hotels, but you do not have to have experience with tent life to join. The physical activity is the main element of the trip, such as cycling, kayaking, hiking, skiing / hiking or glacier hiking, but you do not need prior knowledge of the activity.
Activities / trips with low risk. There are usually few incidents, and they are usually of such a nature that they can be treated locally.
How to get there
Travel to Tromsø, Alta and Lofoten by domestic flights with SAS, Norwegian or Widerøe airlines. Tromsø is easily accessible with direct flights from major Norwegian cities like Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim, as well as international flights from various European cities (such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, Munich, Paris and Stockholm). Simply book a flight to Tromsø Airport, which is located just a short drive from the city center. Traveling to Alta - Alta Airport is the main gateway to the area and is located near the town. You can fly there from Norwegian cities like Oslo or Tromsø. To reach the stunning Lofoten Islands, you can book a direct flight from Oslo to Harstad/Narvik Airport or Bodø Airport and transfer to Lofoten by bus, boat or another domestic flight to Leknes Airport or Svolvær Airport.
On all our trips, we require you to have full health and accident insurance which will also cover any emergency transport home. Read more about travel insurance.