We are visiting the fantastic Trollfjord: The Trollfjord is one of the most visited nature attractions in Lofoten. The fjord is a sidearm the Raftsund east in Lofoten. The fjord is 2 km long, and only 100 meters wide at the most narrow. The steep mountains surrounding the fjord are between 600 and 1100 metres high. The fjord has also played an important part in our fisheries. The battle of the Trollfjord in 1890 is immortalized through Johan Bojer`s novel, «The Last Viking», and one of painter Gunnar Berg`s (1863-1893) main works. The painting of The battle of the Trollfjord can be viewed in Svinøya Rorbuer`s Gunnar Berg Gallery.
Join us on an exploration of the scenic fjords and islands. Kayaking definitely offers you the ability to be closer to nature than a lot of other activities do. The half day Kayak Adventure is about 3,5 hours long and departs daily at 10:00 or at 14:00. Group size can vary from 2-10 people. Includes: snacks and hot drinks
When visiting Norway, the midnight sun is a phenomenon you won’t want to miss out on. See it at it’s best from a location on the water during this midnight sun kayak. You’ll float on the water in a double kayak, and enjoy snacks, tea, and fun stories from your guide along the way.
Lofoten is a land of adventure so get a rounded experience by combining three outdoor activities in one day on this small-group tour. Kayak, trek, and rappel through the landscape, learning about local history, flora, and fauna from your guide along the way. Includes lunch and snacks.
There is nothing like the feeling of having a whole ocean to you. During the winter when the crowd left the ocean is quiet and peaceful. There is nothing in the world, which will fill you up with that much of positive energy. Listen the waves, the splashes of the kayaks and paddle along the frozen coastline of Lofoten. Join us on an exploration of the scenic fjords and islands. Kayaking even during the colder wintertime, definitely offers you the ability to be closer to nature than a lot of other activities do.We will be paddling Northeast and all around the beautiful “frozen” islands. We provide delicious snacks and hot drinks for you to maintain energy while we paddle. While you are resting, watching the birds or sea life and taking in the views from your kayak your guide will tell you stories about the life and nature of Lofoten. For this trip, it’s not necessary to have any previous experience. 99% of our guests never kayaked before.
You cannot get closer to nature than this! Our 3 hour nature safari takes you out on a kayak trip out of the ordinary. Together with our experienced guide you will be introduced to Lofotens bird and marine life.
Snorkeling in Norway? That’s right—you’ll see immense kelp forests, sea urchins, starfish, crabs, and jellyfish during this family-friendly snorkeling tour off Lofoten. With all equipment and instruction included, visitors of all skill levels and ages can participate. Your guide will teach your small group about the marine environment, flora, and fauna. Scuba divers can come along on the boat as well.
Experience fishing in Lofoten on board our authentic fishing boat. Our professional crew will provide the best guidance on our 4 hour fishing trip from Svolvær.Fishing in Lofoten varies greatly with the season, and in summer, we catch several types of fish, like pollock, haddock, mackerel and coastal cod. MS Symra is our traditional fishing boat, and she turned 100 years old in 2017. She is a comfortable boat built specifically for Lofotfisket and is certified for 38 passengers. She is protected by the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage. The trip includes sea fishing with line wheel and/or fishing rod, and we serve coffee on board.
Scuba diving within the Arctic Circle in the Lofoten is an incredible experience. Discover the arctic fauna and flora of these pristine waters.The dive programs are individually suited to our guest’s skill levels and diving qualifications. The dive sites we offer are ideal not only for experienced divers but also for beginners. You can see beautiful kelp forests, fields of algae, spectacular jellyfish, urchins and starfish, not to mention large fish species such as: halibut, cod, wolfish or flounder. In a 'Day Tours' you can choose between 1 dive or 1 diving-day with 2 dives.If you have a friend or family who are not certified diver and would also like to experience arctic water they are welcome to join the “Snorkeling Trip” which is conducted with our diving programs so you can still enjoy the day together:-)