Things to do in Norway

Huddle around a campfire under a starry sky and listen to the legends and myths of Norway. Once ravaged by Viking battles, the Scandinavian kingdom rose up to become one of the most beautiful countries in the world, both in culture and landscape. Surrounded by glacial fjords, snowy mountainous peaks, and some of the world’s tallest waterfalls, it’s a wonder how its earliest inhabitants – some of them, the Sami people – have managed to tame the Norwegian terrain. And at its heart, various national parks such as Jotunheimen offer incredible sceneries of untouched nature. Whether you’re rediscovering Nordic culture or snowshoeing in Lofoten, let the northern lights guide you home to Norway. 

We recommend a minimum of 5 days to really explore and delve into what Norway has to offer. If you have less time than that, don’t worry – there’s still lots you can see and do. Obviously, there is no one-size-fits-all trip to anywhere as everyone has different requirements and expectations.

Best time to visit Norway: 

June, July and August are the best months to go to Norway for warmer temperatures and longer days. The warmest month in country is July, when there’s the fabled midnight sun – ideal for hiking, cycling, kayaking and berry picking.

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