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Things to do in Grøtfjorden, Norway

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Tromsø: Arctic Landscape and Fjord Tour

1. Tromsø: Arctic Landscape and Fjord Tour

Join our Arctic Landscape and Fjord Tour and experience the breathtaking arctic nature live and from the closest distance. We will take you to the most beautiful view points fjords, valleys, mountains, lakes and islands and other extraordinary view points in this region. Enjoy the pure and fresh air and water in this area. Our destination will be the coast of the Norwegian sea, with the beautiful greenly shining water, with white sand beaches This combination is so amazing that it has to be experienced. Wild life that live in this area are reindeer, moose, seals, sea eagles, otters that can be spotted with a little bit of luck in the area we drive through. Who knows maybe you spot even whales during their invasion in November or in January/February when they leave again. At our final destination on a high valley we will serve you hot chocolate and Norwegian traditional Lefse cake.

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What people are saying about Grøtfjorden

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 45 reviews

Very nice tour if you don't have a car in Tromso yourself and want to see beautiful landscapes. In a minibus/van with 8 people, our tour guide Mansoor took us to beautiful places such as B. to Kvaloya and Kaldfjord. The tour continued through the great fjord landscape, stopping at viewpoints along the route and there was enough time to take photos, ask questions or just enjoy the wonderful nature. Our guide provided us with a lot of information throughout and created a pleasant atmosphere throughout the excursion. If you want to experience some of Norway's beauty, you'll find it here. At the end there was warm cocoa and pastries. This tour is highly recommended and I would book it again!

It was a great trip, could see the arctic landscape well utilising the maximum daylight we had.