If you want an ultimate Northern Lights experience, this is something for you. Stay outside as long as you like to look after the Northern Lights before you go to sleep in a big common Sami tent and spend the night as the Sami people have done for generations
Season: 1st November – 1st May*
Approximate duration: 18 hours (one night)
Departures and Meeting Point: Radisson Blu Hotel: 18:15-12:00/13:00/14:00 (next day, return depends on earliest dogsled departure)
* Season starts when the snow comes. Normally 1st November.
Say hello to a bunch of barking huskies that are ready for action (but still very friendly). You drive the dog sled by yourself into the white landscapes, through the beautiful Vass Valley - an uninhabited forest landscape surrounded by mountains.
Approximate duration: 4.5 hours + transportation 75 min one way (total 7 hours)
Departures: Every daytime and evening. November 15th - March 31st
Discover all of the major sites in about 3 hours in a fun and relaxed manner as we bike car-free paths, parks, quiet back streets, and along the fjord. There is plenty of time for stops and pictures. The guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings, but cover topics relating to Norwegian culture and politics as well as modern life in Oslo.
Departures: April-October: every day at 14:00 (2pm).
Are you a fan of nature? Do you want to be active? With Oslo Kayak Tours you get it all. They will take you on a kayak tour on the beautiful Oslo fjord and offer you a unique experience and make you see Oslo in a different way.
Trondheimkajakk welcomes you to take an amazing trip by kayak down the Nidelven river in Trondheim. You will experience Trondheim from a unique perspective. You may choose between day trips and night trips.
Approximate duration: 2 - 3 hours Departures: 1st April – 1st November
Welcome to a journey on the Flåm Railway - one of the most beautiful railway lines in the world
The Flåm Railway has been named one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world and is one of the leading tourist attractions in Norway. The train runs from the end of Aurlandsfjord, a tributary of the Sognefjord, up to the high mountains at Myrdal Station. The journey displays the very best aspects of Western Norway's stunning scenery.