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Best Norway Winter Trips

Best Norway Winter Trips

Beautiful Norway is even more beautiful in winter when crunchy snow covers this magnificent outland, and the air is refreshingly clean. And, of course, it is the best time to set off on a hunt for the famous Northern Lights as from October to March, as the dark hours are prolonged. Face north in your Norway winter vacation and experience the incredible snowy landscapes, fabulous towns, remarkable fjords, and husky dog sledding. Our Norway winter tours, designed by travel experts, provide only the best centrally located accommodations, fast transfers, and connections as well as all the necessary support during your unforgettable Norway winter travel! Oh, and did we mention the possibility to customize your trip and include or exclude some parts of it? Our Norway destinations specialist can easily grant pretty much any of your travel wishes.

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Immerse yourself in the winter wonderland of Scandinavia! Dive into breathtaking landscapes of fjords, mountains, waterfalls, lakes, and take a chance to enjoy the must-try winter activities in Norway. Our Norway winter tours are planned by destination specialists and contain exciting sightseeing with professional guides, plenty of must-visit cities, thrilling experiences, downtown accommodation, and smooth logistics. Set off on a remarkable Norway tour tailored for you! For more inspiration, read the top winter activities in Norway below.

Winter Activities in Norway

  • Embark on a dog sledding
  • Try driving a Snowmobile
  • Hunt the Northern Lights
  • Spend a night in the Snow Hotel
  • Go on a Hurtigruten Cruise
  • Witness at the Artic Cathedral in Tromso

Tips for Winter Activities in Norway

  • Waiting for Northern Lights on a cold winter night is not always pleasant; make sure to pack warm clothes and shoes
  • The Scandinavian climate is unpredictable, and the weather can be quite harsh, even during summers. Bringing a water-resistant jacket, umbrella, and some warm clothes is a must
  • Most of the tours you’re going to have are walking, so make sure to bring convenient walking/hiking shoes
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