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Where to stay in Norway

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Where to stay in Norway

Norway's beautiful scenery and vast coastlines make for wonderful adventures, and finding the perfect accommodation to accompany that enhances your trip even more. Due to the harsh weather conditions of northern Norway, safaris are only available at certain times of year, as are many of the accommodations available. Below you can find a selection of camps, lodges and ships, which cater for photography, wildlife and tundra lodge enthusiasts alike.

Lyngen Lodge

Lyngen Lodge is a stunning boutique lodge located on the fjords of northern Norway offering luxury accommodation as well as a plethora of activities in both winter and summer alike. Coated in inches of pristine, white snow in winter, the lodge is a cosy getaway, perfect for couples or small groups to enjoy snow-shoeing, dog sledding, ice-fishing and looking out for the Northern Lights. In summer, on the other hand, hiking and cycling are the activities of the season, allowing you to explore the stunning surrounds. Apart from the luxury of the lodge itself, the activities here are a real highlight. Whether you choose snow-shoeing in the hills behind the lodge or head out for a morning dog sledding you’ll truly experience the magic of northern Norway in winter. At night you can enjoy a warm cup of mulled wine before jumping in the hot tub to watch the Aurora Borealis. If you travel in summer there are a number of other activities available from kayaking in the fjord to whale watching and hiking.

Scandic Ishavshotel

Scandic Ishavshotel is right on the quay in Tromso, with fantastic views of the northern lights in the winter, and midnight sun in the summer from the hotel. Scandic Ishavshotel is right on the quay in Tromso, with fantastic views of the northern lights in the winter, and midnight sun in the summer from the hotel. The Roast restaurant serves carefully prepared dishes, delicious drinks and local beers. In the morning there is a delicious breakfast buffet to give you a good start to the day. It is filled with healthy and organic breakfast products, as well as sweet temptations.


Bjornfell is a serene lodge, located in Alta, Norway. Surrounded by mountain elegance in the heart of the arctic, it exhibits a deep-rooted connection to Norwegian cabin culture. Your stay at Bjornfell can be tailored around the outdoor activities on-site you want to enjoy. With family, double and deluxe rooms available, as well as private cabins, Bjornfell has accommodation to suit all. Each of the five private cabins features 2-6 beds with fully equipped kitchen, loft, dining area, living area, and a fireplace. There are window seats that let you feel close to the outside world while staying in the comfort of your cosy cabin. There is also a conference room and spa cabin on site too.


The Nyvagar Rorbu Hotel lies in the beautiful area of Storvagan on the Lofoten Sea and features quaint fishing huts that have been refurbished to hotel standard. With brightly coloured huts, stunning scenery, delicious local cuisine and fun activities, Nyvagar Rorbu Hotel is a fantastic place to add to your Norway safari itinerary.The activities at the Nyvagar Rorbu Hotel are focussed on the stunning surrounding area allowing you to enjoy traditional and adventurous activities the Lofoten Islands are known for. Head out each day to take part in different activities, from sea rafting and fishing to the most beautiful drives around the region.

Niehku Lodge

Niehku Lodge combines stunning nature with the highest standards of comfort. 'Malmabanan' runs straight through the site the lodge sits on, with both the exterior and interior of the lodge drawing on inspirations from the old roundhouse. Niehku Mountain Villa has 13 double/twin rooms of 23 square metres and a suite of 44 square metres. The beds are the highest quality Hästens beds. Each room has a WC/bathroom with exclusive shower systems. Apart from generous wardrobe space, every room has a special wardrobe with an electrical dryer with ventilation for wet clothes and ski boots. The six rooms on the ground floor each have a small patio. The suite has a bedroom and a separate living room with a set of sofas and big glass windows. The relax area includes a big sauna, a separate massage room, a shower room and a relax room. The sauna has two glass walls with a beautiful view over the mountains. The relax room is designed in wood, clinker and stone, with a big set of sofas and views over the mountains.