76 days of midnight sun between May and July greets travellers in Northern Norway. The further north you go, the more nights of midnight sun you get.
During the summer months, you can experience up to 24 hours of sunlight above the Arctic Circle, which means more time to enjoy the sights and make new discoveries. When you plan your midnight sun adventure, think of Northern Norway as divided into six main areas as you travel north.
Helgeland Bodø and Salten Lofoten and Vesterålen Troms Finnmark Svalbard If you travel on to the northwest across the sea, you will reach the islands of Lofoten and Vesterålen – areas of outstanding natural beauty characterized by dramatic, rocky peaks that rise up from the sea and coastal flatlands where sheep graze. The landscape is also dotted by beautiful white beaches and picturesque fishing villages. Experience the Viking culture at Lofotr Viking Museum, go on a day cruise to the extremely narrow Trollfjord (you will probably spot Sea eagles on the voyage), and join a whale safari from Andenes.
The best way to discover the natural beauty of North-Norway is by boat. This can be possible by contacting [email protected]