ACTIVITY HIGHLIGHTS

Tromso Northern Lights Sailing
180€
🕖 3 hours

Northern Lights Sailing Experience with Catamaran

Chase the Northern Lights from a different perspective with this luxury Aurora sailing cruise on a catamaran from Tromsø !
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Sailing Tromso Fjord Cruise
170€
🕖 3 hours

Fjord Cruise – Sailing on a Catamaran with Skipper

Discover the beautiful fjords, mountains and seaside around Tromsø with this luxurious catamaran fjord cruise. Sailing trip with skipper.
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MULTI-DAY PACKAGES & TRIPS

Whale Tromsø
2100€
🕖 4 Days

Whale Watching Sailing Trip from Tromsø

Enjoy a VIP sailing trip from Tromsø with your professional skipper. The program includes whale watching, northern lights, fishing and fjord sightseeing!
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Guide français Rovaniemi Laponie
2290€
🕖 7 Days

Winter Trip from Rovaniemi to Tromsø

A great winter trip from Rovaniemi to Tromsø, to explore the beautiful snowy scenery of Lapland and experience various safaris on the way!
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About Tromsø

Tromsø is the capital of the Troms region and the biggest town of northern Norway. Although it does not have any train connection, Tromsø is easily accessible by plane from Oslo or by bus from other towns in Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Tromsø is one of the most septentrional towns in the world. It is therefore a great destination if you want to hunt the Northern Lights. In addition, the mountains and sea that surround the island of Tromsø adorn it with fantastic fjord-like landscapes. Real fjords are also located nearby and well deserve a visit when traveling to Tromsø, such as Balsfjord, Ullsfjorden, Malangen or Lyngen.

Overall, Tromsø is a great location to start a long trip around northern Norway or Lapland. If your time is limited, this is also a good destination where you will find a fair amount of activity options. However, if you want to stay in one location only, we would recommend Rovaniemi (or other inland destination) as the continental climate in Lapland offers more opportunities for snow-related activities from winter to spring.

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