Explore the charming Arctic capital of Tromsø
Witness the mesmerizing display of the Northern Lights while cuddling with Huskies
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Arctic wilderness
Enjoy a hassle-free holiday with all details taken care of
Embark on a dog sledding adventure in the Tamok Valley
On the first day of your Northern Lights Winter Break, you’ll arrive in the charming city of Tromsø, where you’ll have time to settle into your accommodations and get a feel for the local culture.
As the evening approaches, you’ll head to the Tromsø Wilderness Centre on Kvaløya Island, where you’ll have the chance to cuddle with friendly huskies and try to spot the elusive Aurora Borealis with the help of experienced guides. To top off the night, you’ll enjoy a traditional dinner in a cozy Sami tent, surrounded by the stunning winter landscape.
Overnight in Tromso
Aurora watching with huskies
You’ll spend the day exploring the vibrant city of Tromsø and all that it has to offer. Get ready for an exciting evening, as you embark on a dog sledding adventure in the breathtaking Tamok Valley. With the air drier and colder, the chances of seeing the Northern Lights are even higher in this area, making it the perfect place to witness the magical display of colors in the night sky. Hold on tight as your sled glides through the snow-covered landscape, surrounded by the sounds of barking huskies and the beauty of the wilderness.
On day 3, you’ll have one last opportunity to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the northern lights. A comfortable bus will take you to one of the Aurora watching camps around Tromsø, chosen based on the best weather conditions for viewing. Once you arrive, you’ll be greeted by an English-speaking guide who will be waiting for you by the campfire. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a hot drink while you take in the stunning views of the night sky.
It’s time to say goodbye to this stunning winter wonderland. If you want, you can add an extra day of adventure with a thrilling snowmobile safari or a unique reindeer sledding experience. Both options will take you deeper into the pristine wilderness and offer an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Arctic.
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Booklet with detailed itinerary and instructions
3 night accommodation with breakfast
All guided activities as per itinerary
Embark on a winter wonderland adventure in Tromsø, the charming Arctic capital of Norway. With comfortable accommodations and a packed itinerary, you’ll get to immerse yourself in the beauty of the Northern Lights and the stunning wilderness.
Situated in one of the most magnificent towns in the Arctic Circle, your days will be filled with adventure activities — cuddling with huskies, dog sledding, and most importantly, trying to see the magnificent Northern lights.
Also known as Aurora Borealis, they are a natural light show caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with the Earth’s magnetic field. With the clear, dark skies of Tromsø, you’ll have the perfect opportunity to witness this mesmerizing display of colors in the night sky.
We take care of all the details, so you can relax and enjoy your winter adventure in Tromso. We’ll book your accommodations and activities, and provide you with a detailed itinerary booklet, making it hassle-free for you.
Join us on this winter adventure and experience the magic of the Northern Lights in Tromsø.
At Adventure Holidays Norway, we believe in providing a flexible and personalized experience for our guests. To accomplish this, we collaborate with a range of top-quality accommodations that can be adjusted to fit your specific preferences, budget, and availability. Rest assured that the accommodation you will be staying at will be confirmed before the tour and communicated to you beforehand.
Because adventure activities happen outdoors, they are sometimes subject to weather conditions. If some activity cannot be carried out because of bad weather (strong winds, heavy rain, storms, etc.), they may be canceled and replaced, depending on the activity provider on the ground. If in some cases there is no other activity possible at that time, you’ll get a full refund for the activities canceled.
Our adventure holidays are meant to be both fun and exciting, but they do require a certain degree of physical fitness. It is recommended that all participants have a moderate level of fitness to fully participate in the activities and avoid any potential injuries. If you have any concerns about your fitness level, please feel free to contact us. We will be happy to discuss your options and assist you in choosing the right holiday for you.
Yes, we welcome solo travelers on our adventure holidays. However, please be aware that there is a surcharge for single use of a room. If you are a solo traveler and are interested in one of our holidays, we recommend that you contact us to discuss any potential surcharges.
Yes, we provide all the necessary equipment for the activities included in our adventure holidays. This includes items such as skis, helmets, and other equipment, as well as any specialized gear required for a particular activity. To ensure proper fit and safety, we will need to obtain your measurements prior to your arrival. Don’t worry, this is only for your safety and comfort!
The best time to travel to Norway for an adventure holiday depends on your personal preferences and the type of activities you are interested in. Here are a few general guidelines:
It’s worth noting that the seasons in Norway can vary greatly depending on the location. For example, the Arctic Circle experiences much more extreme weather conditions than the city of Oslo, which is located further south. When planning your adventure holiday in Norway, it’s essential to consider the time of year and the specific location you’ll be visiting to ensure that you have the best possible experience.
There is no guide following you on the whole holiday, except for the activities where they are needed. We book the accommodations and activities and provide a detailed itinerary booklet, but getting from place to place is on you.
The only exception is the transfers specified in the itineraries, like a cruise or a short transfer from your accommodation to the kayaking spot. That can be done with a rented car (we can recommend some agencies) or with a train (in the case of our winter train holiday).
To make all this as easy as possible, we’ll supply you with lots of helpful info in our booklet.
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