Tromsø is extremely popular as a winter destination for its famous Northern Lights, snow activities, fjords and beautiful winter landscapes (and it’s becoming even more popular). But is Tromsø worth a visit during summer? Yes, of course! Learn more about the capital of the Arctic and gather ideas about what to do in Tromsø this summer.
No trip is complete without a souvenir to remind us of the amazing time spent exploring one or several places from the same country. If you are a souvenir lover like us, then you will love this article! We will go beyond the classic fridge magnets, t-shirts, caps or sweaters with the name of the city or country you have visited or funny mugs or decorated pens.
Are you thinking of exploring Scandinavia this summer? You can travel on our daily bus route that links the Lofoten Islands to Narvik, where you can hop on the train and continue your journey into Sweden.
Best Arctic has been certified with the Varde Experience Quality label. But what does this mean? What is Varde? Find out about our most recent certification for our tours and activities and why you should choose Best Arctic when traveling to Northern Norway!
Since November 2022, the Northern Lights have been incredibly strong in the north of Nordic countries. When the conditions permit, we have seen some of the strongest displays of lady aurora lately. NASA experts say that Solar Cycle 25 has only just begun and that this is only the beginning. But what does this mean?
Have you heard of the new glamorous way of camping? Glamping involves more luxurious and comfortable accommodation rather than a traditional tent or sleeping bag. Typical glamping accommodation has electricity, a not-so-far-away toilet and made-up beds, making it far more comfortable. What if, on top of it all, we tell you that you also have the chance of seeing the Northern Lights from the comfort of your heated room?
Have you always wanted to see wolves, brown bears, wolverines, or even lynxes? All these impressive animals are found at the Polar Park Arctic Wildlife Centre. Wait, there is more! You can even get a glimpse of the much admired Arctic fox! But don’t worry, there are not only carnivorous animals at Polar Park. You can also experience moose, red deer, reindeer, and muskoxen.