Go glamping in the fjords of Norway
There is no longer any need to choose between a calm coastal escape and a stunning Scandinavian adventure.
Off the Map Travel is to thank for quashing any indecision regarding your next escape with its new Arctic glamping experience.
Located on the Lofoten Islands and one of Norway’s most picturesque fjords, the experience involves setting up camp in an Indigenous Sami tepee, a Luavu, under the Arctic midnight summer sun. To set the scene, the unobtrusive tepees are scattered across a gorgeous green hillside that overlooks a sandy white beach and crystal-clear water.
It gets even better. The glamping experience allows guests the opportunity to fish for their own dinner and forage for wild berries and herbs to create local dishes. The experience is authentic and informative and is sure to be a holiday with a difference.
Other activities on offer include visiting the Lofotr Viking Museum, kayaking the pristine waters, a fjord hike and a Trollfjord cruise.
To top it off, Off the Map Travel support eco-tourism, which not only connects guests to nature, but supports local communities and promotes environmental protection and awareness. The opportunity to give back is also provided for with an open invitation to help clean up the beach.
The temperature is a mild 15 degrees, perfect for days flitting about between activities, and after a long day of exploring the Scandinavian wilderness, you can enjoy the luxurious comfy beds, fine linen and unique Scandinavian design of your own tepee.