If you are looking for a winter trip that combines fun activities with spectacular nature, this is the trip for you! The world-famous archipelago of Lofoten is a must-see at this time of the year. You will avoid the large tourist crowds, get close to winter-clad mountains while doing a snowshoe trip, and the arctic waters while paddling a kayak, going on a sea eagle safari, and also doing a fishing trip. Last but not least, the evenings will be spent gazing up to the sky looking for the mythical Northern Lights!
- Sea eagle safari to Trollfjorden
- Fishing trip from Svolvær
- Kayak trip through islets and reefs
- Snowshoeing in spectacular winter landscape
- Visits at unique fishing villages such as Henningsvær and Nusfjord
- The mythical Northern Lights
Lofoten is a unique and partly isolated portion of our elongated country. A visit here during the enchanting winter months will give you experiences you'll never forget! In February and March, the snow lies like sprinkled sugar on the mountain tops, we get both dark nights and long bright days, the large tourist crowds are absent, and cod fishing is at its height. In other words, this is a perfect time to experience the archipelago.
Over the course of six days, we move south from Svolvær to Ballstad at the same time as we take part in exciting activities such as a sea eagle safari to Trollfjorden, a fishing trip from Svolvær, kayaking among islets and reefs, and a full day snowshoe trip among the majestic Lofoten mountains. In between, we visit idyllic fishing villages such as Henningsvær and Nusfjord, go on a hike from Haukland to Uttakleiv, and maybe - if the guests are up for it, go for a swim in the Arctic waters. And of course the Northern Lights. We monitor the weather closely throughout the trip so that we also get to experience this spectacular light phenomenon.
We look forward to showing you Lofoten this winter!