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Tromso Fjords

Tromso, Norway
+47 981 29 461
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Reviewed today

we visite drúrig winter time - absolutely must.marvellous landscape - and especial at windy days light conditions for taking fotos is rapidly changing and changes brightness of mutives

Thank Christian S
Reviewed 2 days ago

We drove to Samuelsberg around the fjords, took 2 ferry rides and a beautiful drive through the Norwegian Alps on our return trip. Incredibly beautiful

Thank aloha54
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We cruised in and out of the Norway fjords and saw spectacular glacial rivers and waterfalls that are adjacent to peaceful family farms and quiet little villages. A sight not to be missed.

Thank DTCGuy
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tromso is known for the Fjords. In addition to taking a boat-trip around, you can rent a car and drive accross, stopping wherever you like and enjoying the view. From Tromso, one can easily drive in one day all around the Hvaloya island to Sommaroy...More

Thank angel3744
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Today I ventured further afield from Tromso on a fjord excursion which included both mountain and sea arctic scenery. There were excellent views and photos which could be taken from inside the mini bus, and plenty of stops along the way to take more excellent...More

1  Thank Margaret H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Tromso Harbour and Fjord in the February snow showers and late winter half-light was a most interesting experience for myself, a woman coming from much further south in Europe. The Norwegians really have adapted well to their more rigorous climate!

Thank Ruth5757
Reviewed 18 May 2017

how to explain an incredible morning cruise with a dedicated ,knowledgeable and intrepid guide ( it snowed a lot!!)!!! We were stunned at the raw, pristine beauty!!!

Thank Thomas G
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

We was visiting the fjord's around Tromsø and specialy on the island Kvaløya. Just to name my favorites, l will start with Ersfjordbotn. Grøtfjord with his beach and the view over the open ocean is just beautyful and very romantic by sunset. But driving around...More

Thank Daniel F
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The little ferries are a great adventure across the fjords which are stunning. We were there when it wa s really snowy.It was so clean and fresh and the silence in the hills is wonderful - eerie but wonderful ! . The Northern Lights were...More

2  Thank 195meldav
Reviewed 27 April 2017

We didn't go by boat but drove along quite a few fjords, going on different excursions and activities (reindeer, dogs, northern lights, etc.) and they are jaw-droppingly beautiful. The light keeps changing, it can snow one minute and then the most beautiful crystal clear sunlight...More

1  Thank DoctorDebs
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Hi, we are planning a trip in March 2018. What will be the weather? Is it a good time to visit? What about the norther light hunting? Thank you.
1 June 2017|
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Response from crouchek1 | Reviewed this property |
We went at the end of March, but the weather was still cold with enough snow coverage for dog sleding. It was also good for outdoor activities during the day since the days are not super short. Aurora hunting needs time... More
We are traveling to Tromso wiyh our 2 yeat old son from 27-30th May. Wanted to know the best way to see the fjords. Is a car tour better or ine by boat. Also which is a good tour company to go with and one which is which is well priced.
16 May 2017|
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Response from DoctorDebs | Reviewed this property |
Hi, It really depends how well your toddler likes car rides, bus rides or boat rides... Also, I would book when you're there, because you can see what the weather is like (crucial if thinking about boating). I would get to... More
hi, we planning on visiting Norway for 5 nights from 26th May'17 to 1st June'17. will be travelling with our 2.5 year old son. considering we have only 5 days would liek to know which would be a better place to visit betwen Bergen and Tromso. Are there also any whale tours in end May in Tromso.
12 April 2017|
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Response from adrianachatelain | Reviewed this property |
There are no more whale tours atvtjat time. The whale season is I. Winter - ending towards the end of January. But you can take a boat trip to see the fjords. Daytrips or with Hurtigrütten to do a cruise along the coast are... More