Walking with a local allows you to travel off the beaten path. Walk with a local in Oslo today and you will learn first hand about the cities history and visit local spots.
No trip to Norway would be complete without visiting either Bergen, Fjords or the mighty Hardangerfjord region. Lucky for you, this trip allows you to experience them all.
The towns across Norwegian Riveria hosts some quirky, cosy and charming spots. White wooden houses, clean sea air and charming people. Visit Southern Norway by cycle today.
Retrace the victorious Vikings and the once mighty king Eirik Bloodaxe through modern-day Norway.
Take part in a self-guided active, upbeat unforgettable journey off the beaten track which is truly an experience of a lifetime! On this trip interact with the locals, hike from mountain cabin to mountain cabin, devour tasty local food and challenge yourself all whilst surrounded by magnificent nature!
Rondane national park also has ten peaks over 2000 metres above sea level. Alternative to its high peaks there is low terrains with flatlands filled with lots of wildlife.
Explore Hardangerfjord and Trolltunga. This spectacular adventure will take you by boat exploring the sensational scenery on the way to one of the longest Fjords in the world!
Nearby the Swedish border and just 2 hours away from Norway's capital is the picturesque area of Trysil. An outdoor lovers dream full of activities to do on the mountain or river.
Did you know that the Hardangervidda National Park is Norway’s largest park? As noted by VisitNorway Hardangervidda has been recognised as a national park since 1981 and spans from the East to the West covering the Hardanger mountain plateau.
As the Corona Virus makes us all stay at home, and not able to travel to the destinations we want to, Ethical Travel Portal is introducing a new series – where you can travel to these amazing destinations in Norway via stories, told by local […]