Norway is a Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. A beautiful country Norway is also known for fishing, hiking and skiing, notably at Lillehammer’s Olympic resort.
The quaint streets of Bergen are full of fairy tale houses made of wood. With seven mountains serving as a beautiful backdrop, this picturesque location is a must visit. Fresh Seafood, local delicacies and brilliant museums encompass this city.
The Capital of Norway, smack in the middle of nature, is also home to some of the most awarded baristas and coffee brewers on the planet. A city of green spaces and museums has a growing music scene, appreciates nature, new architecture. Oslo’s Viking Ship Museum is a must visit with its reserved 9th-century Viking Ships.
⦁ The Lofoten Islands:
The Lofoten Islands are shaped like a big arm that stretches out in the sea. Traditional villages full of fishermen and artists are surrounded by numerous mountain peaks that peak high in the sky. The beaches boast of white sands, and the local cuisine made of seafood and lamb is a definite must try!
Giving justice to its nickname “capital of the Arctics”, Tromsø has a multitude of things to do and see, ranging from the Polaria Centre, The Polar Museum, and the local Mack brewery established I 1877, to whale spotting, midnight sun, and northern lights.
⦁ The Geirangerfjord:
Natural Peace and quiet is the biggest attraction at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Numerous waterfalls including the Seven Sisters cascade down steep mountain sides and culminate in deep, clear blue waters.
⦁ The Svalbard Islands:
Participate in exotic, nature based activities, all year round and experience Svalbard as locals do. Live the adventure in this huge island group that takes wildlife to the next level and is still very organized.