Why Safaris to Norway are Truly Unique
Norway may not be thought of as a safari destination, but the breath-taking scenery and unique wildlife that inhabit Norway’s cold north make it a top location for those looking for an off-the-beaten-track experience. From the colourful houses of Tromso to the towering peaks of The Lofoten Islands, not to mention the astounding Aurora Borealis, Norway offers a myriad of activities to enjoy. If you fancy heading even further into the Arctic, travel to Svalbard aboard one of our expedition ships for wild encounters with polar bears, walrus, seals and more.
We like to offer exclusive safaris that travel deeper into our destinations to give our clients unforgettable experiences; with Norway, this means travelling north.
Lying far above the Arctic Circle, The Lofoten Islands are a rare European wilderness. A selection of traditional fishing villages, The Lofoten Islands now offer numerous adventure activities such as hiking, skiing, ocean rafting and scuba diving while also being a great location for wildlife sightings such as seabird colonies, otters and moose.
Whether you want a lodge location with wildlife sightings and adventure activities or an immersive safari swimming with whales, Norway is a fantastic destination.