Why Norway? Because of its spectacular nature: mountains, fjords, lakes, glaciers, and rocks. Tromsø is famous for the Northern lights and Svalbard for Polar bears. Furthermore, Norway is great for skiing, skating, dog sledding hiking, fishing, and cycling.
Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is part of Scandinavia and it has a population of 5 million people with 64,000 miles of coastline and an incredible 240,000 islands. The landscape is made up of mountains, deep fjords, endless lakes, glaciers, and rocks. This is also one of the best places in the world to see the Northern Lights. But also polar bears and wild reindeer in the wild.
What to see?
Top of the list is the Lofoten Islands in the very north of the country with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays. The Lofoten archipelago experience one of the world’s biggest temperature anomalies considering that lies within the Arctic Circle.
Bergen is this capital of the fjords is full of wooden, beautiful houses with the seven mountains as a backdrop. Tromsø is the capital of the Arctics and it is surrounded by steep mountains and deep fjords. Stavanger and the famous “Pulpit Rock“. Trondheim is the third-largest city and it has beautiful colorful wooden buildings. Ålesund and the Atlantic Ocean Road, where road, mountains, and fjords meet the ocean. But also the Svalbard Islands, where the polar bears live.
Because of its spectacular nature, the unique landscape. Tromsø for the Northern lights and Svalbard for Arctic holidays and Polar bears. But also for skiing, skating, dog sledding hiking, fishing, cycling. There is a strong focus on sustainability and green travel, plus it is safe and family friendly.