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- Yoga and Wellness
7 days - Independent tour enjoying a luxurious lodge in the Norwegian mountains.
Tromsø is the gateway to the Arctic and Northern Norway. A cosmopolitan city with Arctic museums and easy access to the mountains, Tromsø is an easy place to fly into and enjoy.
Just east of Tromsø lies the Lyngen Alps where you will stay in a traditional timber lodge beautifully situated on the fjord. Enjoy the dramatic and spectacular coastal scenery of Lyngen with unlimited adventure and relaxation possibilities for families, groups and individuals. Mountain trekking, waterfalls, fishing, fjord nature safaris and glacier adventures - you name it, you can do it here.
Ask us about Yoga Retreats held during summer as well.
- Private guided city walk in Tromsø
- Stay in a luxury wilderness lodge in the middle of breathtaking coastal scenery
- Summer activities in the nature; kayaking, hiking, glacier exploring
- Day 1
- Arrive into Tromsø
- Day 2
- Tromsø City Walk
- Day 3
- Transfer to Lyngen Lodge
- Days 4 - 5
- Lyngen Lodge
- Day 6
- Return to Tromsø
- Day 7
- Depart Tromsø
- Start/End Place
- Tromsø, Norway tours
- Country Visited
- Norway tours
- 7 Days
Transfer return from Tromsø to Lyngen.
- 3 nights in comfortable 4 star hotel on Tromsø harbour
- 3 nights at the remote wilderness lodge in the Lyngen Alps
- Sea Safari 4 hours
- Daily breakfasts, and full board (all meals) at Lyngen Alps (alcohol is not included).
- Private transfer from Tromsø to Lyngen return
- Private guided Tromsø city walk
International flight tickets, meals other than described, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, travel insurance, visas, gratitudes and any items of personal nature.
Day 1 - Arrive into Tromsø
Arrive into Tromsø¸ and make your own way to the hotel. Located 400km north of the Arctic Circle at 69˚N, the small town of Tromsø bills itself as Norway's gateway to the Arctic, and there's definitely more than a hint of polar atmosphere around town. Surrounded by fjords and mountain peaks that remain snowcapped for much of the year, Tromsø offers polar museums and arctic themed attractions.
Enjoy one of the seafood restaurants on the harbour this evening.
Day 2 - Tromsø City Walk
Day 3 - Transfer to Lyngen Lodge
In the morning, we will pick you up in Tromsø for the 2-hour drive to your base in the Alps, Lyngen Lodge, located above a fjord with a striking mountain backdrop. After you have checked in, you can enjoy lunch on the open deck if you wish. Head off beach combing this afternoon or your choice of activities.
This evening, sit back with a glass of wine by the windows before enjoying your gourmet dinner, sourced locally with a seafood focus. Remember that during summer, you will be able to enjoy the midnight sun with sunset late in the evening and rising again around 2-3am.
Days 4 - 5 - Lyngen Lodge
Lyngen Lodge sits in a natural forest clearing above a fjord with a striking mountain backdrop. High in the Arctic Circle, it's as remote a spot as you could hope to find, in Europe at least.
Packed full of breathtaking sights, sounds and adventures. The Lyngen Fjord Sea Safari is one of the top five Lyngen Lodge must do's. Cross the fjord to the National Park Lyngen Alps, go on land, hike to waterfalls, see historic dry fish ports, spot Europe's largest eagle and experience the legendary lunch on board the luxury cruiser specially designed with you in mind.
Co-owner Graham Austick, who grew up in the north of England before defecting to St Anton to become a ski instructor and mountain guide, spotted the site when hiking through a nearby forest. He wanted to create a place which complemented rather than offended the nature around it, so he used a traditional Norwegian "lafting" pine timber frame with a thick grass roof, which also insulates the property.
Other optional activities on offer:
- Deepsea Fishing
- Glacier Exploring
- Sea Kayaking
- Reisa River Nationalpark
Day 6 - Return to Tromsø
Day 7 - Depart Tromsø
Enjoy a free morning in Tromsø to explore the rest of the city. Recommended is a tour on the cable car that takes you up above the city with spectacular views of the islands, Alps and fjord beyond the city.
If you wanted to stay longer up north please ask us for extra nights or extending your trip in other ways.
All prices listed are per person, based on two people sharing a room. 2023 prices are indicative due to the current uncertainty across Europe with increasing energy and volatile fuel costs.
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Practical budgeting information before your departure to Norway
Norway has a few items that typically surprise travellers when visiting Norway for the first time. Alcohol and luxury items are heavily taxed and therefore prices are higher than you would expect. On the other hand, necessities such as bread and milk, are taxed low and therefore are great value.
We recommend that you bring all the alcohol you’re allowed to bring into the country when you arrive. There are many lovely parks and balconies where you can enjoy your duty free. However, be sure not to bring more than you’re allowed!
As of May 2014, the allowances according to Visit Norway are:
Minimum age: 18/ 20*
1 litre of beverages with more than 22% up to and including 60% alcohol per volume as well as 1½ litre with more than 2.5% up to and including 22% alcohol per volume or three litres with more than 2.5% up to and including 22% alcohol per volume
2 litres of beer with more than 2.5 % or other beverages with more than 2.5% up to and including 4.7% alcohol per volume.
This means that you may for example bring with you five litres of beer provided you do not have any other alcoholic beverages with you.
*For importing alcoholic beverages with more than 22% alcohol per volume the minimum age is 20.
It’s illegal to bring extra alcohol into Norway and can end up costing you. Another thing you should bring and not buy in Norway is razor blades. Good razor blades in Norway are expensive.
Practical information about Scandinavian Hotels
- Hotel rooms in Scandinavia are normally furnished with twin beds, which can be moved together to form a double bed or placed separately. Please note that single rooms are generally smaller than doubles, and are often equipped with a shower instead of a bath. Purpose-built triple or family rooms are likewise unusual in Scandinavian hotels. Whilst it is possible for 3 persons to share a room, this will normally be a double room with an extra bed, with correspondingly less space to move about in.
- It is also unusual to have a porter at hotels to carry your luggage.
- There is free wi-fi in many hotels in Scandinavia.
- Unexpectedly, all forms of Scandinavian accommodation rarely provide tea and coffee facilities in their rooms. If you are lucky, a kettle will be supplied but nothing else. Please ask at reception for some provisions when you arrive or just carry a small selection from home.
- Please also note that in Scandinavia - in particular, during winter - the included lunch will often be a hearty warm soup with bread.
- More remote hotels in Lapland will offer dinner at an additional cost. In some spots, there will be limited choices else where. Generally, you get a very nice home-cooked Scandinavian dinner. However, you may sometimes find only one or two choices only for your main course.
- In Scandinavia, it is normal for washing and laundry facilities to be in the basement. If you are staying in apartment type accommodation, check downstairs or ask for assistance.
Travel insurance is compulsory for all tours with 50 Degrees North. Please ensure that you have this organised as we will need to see proof of this upon issuing your tour documentation. Please contact us for a quote or visit http://www.suresave.net.au/