This route goes south out of Bodø along the coast over some of the finest beaches in the country. Through deep and narrow fjords, passing jagged peaks close by.At the southernmost point of the route we will see the view of the spectacular Engenbreen Ice Fall slide out from Svartisen and down almost into the fjord.From there the tour goes over the Svartisen glacier itself northbound to the highlight of this tour: A close look at the glacier ice fall as we fly past the glacier edge along the lake Storglomvatnet.Return to Bodø via Beiarn, with streams, valleys and mountain ranges, before we pass through Børvasstindan and the Åseli valley, the signature mountain range to the south of Bodø. Saltstraumen, the worlds strongest tidal current is also along the route back to Bodø.
We cannot guarantee that you catch a fish, but there is fish in this lake. Cosy atmosphere, local snacks, cold beer, what could be better?We hope the weather is on our side, and that the rain is keeping off.
We offer horseback rides through northern Norwegian nature where riders can ride on their own regardless of previous experience, and if you have previous experience the ride will be adapted so that everyone gets challenged on their level. You get to experience Norwegian nature from horseback as well as master riding on horseback.
This unique tour will take you from the city centre and through the local living areas before leaving the asphalt on to gravel roads and easy paths until we reach the bottom of the climb up to peak Keiservarden.From there it is a 4,5 km ride 360 metres uphill - but no worries, your eBike will help keeping the heart rate down, although a little self effort and a light sweat is necessary. At the top you get a fantastic view of 360 degrees - and a prime location for watching the midnight sun.Downhill is easy and as exiting as you preferr - just keep your speed at a comfortable level and don't scare those on a hike up.While riding we communicate with Walkie Talkies - for guiding and heads-up situations.
This an actual "chase": a dynamic excursion with no fixed locations. The northern lights are a natural phenomenon, depending on many variable factors and, as such, can never be 100% guaranteed. However, thanks to the different microclimates that can be found in this region, it is almost always possible to reach some areas with favourable conditions. This is our mission: to take you where the chances of spotting the northern lights are the best (we are proud to boast a success rate of about 83%)!All our guides are professional photographers, and their advise will be precious to help you capture the northern lights with your own camera (or with theirs, upon request)!