Welcome to 50 Degrees North

Who we are

We are a Nordic destination specialist with offices in Norway, North America and Australia. Over 90% of our staff are natives of the Nordic region and bring a lifetime of knowledge and passion into planning your trip!

Andrey Armyagov

What we do

As authentic destination specialists we plan and organise complete travel experiences in the Nordics. Choose one of our ready made independent or small group tours, or let us create something bespoke for you.

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Our difference

We design innovative, authentic and responsible travel experiences from the heart. We do it with homegrown Nordic passion and superior service. We take you away from the crowds, and have you travel as a local with 24-hour emergency support while on tour.

213 Tours
15 Countries
362 Attractions
Latest News
Michael Matti

Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism

With the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) taking place this week in Glasgow, the 50 Degrees North Group is proud to be a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism. Destination protection is the shared responsibility of our industry, and the Glasgow Declaration seeks to unite the industry through supporting organisations to build an effective path forward.

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Norway's Leading Tour Operator

50 Degrees North wins 'Norway's Leading Tour Operator' 2020 & 2021 at the World Travel Awards. “We are very pleased with this award following a challenging years for the travel and tourism industry”, said Tietse Stelma, 50 Degrees North’s Norwegian founder and CEO.

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Travel advice for the Nordic region in the age of the coronavirus

Although most of us have already began to talk about a time after COVID-19 and there are many positives to draw from, the fact is that we still have a little while to go. What this means is that we have to continue to live and travel in more flexible, cautious and smarter ways. This guide has been designed assist you with planning your travels to the Nordics in these unusual times.

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