1. Scenery shots of Norway’s mother nature
2. Happy 1st advent. How are you celebrating? At Lofoten Islands, Norway
3. Bergen , Norway, through the our lens
Bergen is known for its artistic strength. Among others the city has been the home of famous composers such as the classical composers Edvard Grieg and Ole Bull
4. Calling all nature lovers
5. Name something better than a pancake with a view, we'll wait
6. 7 places you shouldn't miss on your trip to Norway. Are you planning a trip to Norway this year?
6. Heddal stave church
7. Aurland is easily one of the most beautiful places I’ve visited
ride the Flåmsbana from Myrdal (one of the steepest/most beautiful train journeys in the world)
visit the Stegastien viewpoint
walk to Brekkefossen waterfall
eat at the Flåm bakery
kayak on the Aurlandsfjord
stroll around the farms of Flåm village. You’ll find lots of cows & sheep
visit the small Viking villages nearby; Gudvangen & Undredal
8. Sunrise in svolvær hits different
From Svolvaer: Searching for the Northern Lights, Witness nature’s most dramatic light show in a spectacular natural setting on this Northern Lights tour from Svolvær. Stop along the way at the village of Kabelvåg to warm up with hot drinks and cake at a typical Norwegian pub. During your safari, you will walk among silent forests, frozen lakes and old fishing hamlets. You will enjoy the best spots to admire the “Queen”, the Aurora Borealis
9. The Northern Lights dancing over Lofoten
November through February is the absolute peak season for Northern Lights viewing because the nights are the longest, but a visit anytime between September and March should give you a good chance to see them, with March offering the best chance of clear skies
10. Scenic roads of Norway. Would you take a ride here?
11. Sunrise moment, at Sanna
This spectacular island is called Sanna. It is located in nord Norway next and part of the Træna municipality. Once per year the municipality hosts the Træna festival. An amazing experience between camping and music.
12. All time favorite kind of fireworks. Northern Lights all over Lofoten Islands, Norway
13. Happiness is holding tickets that say Norway
Amazing places to visit in Norway:
14. Between the living and the dreaming,there's Norway
15. On a night like this
16. Photos that prove Norway is straight out of a Fairytale
17. We want to share the most captured the perfect northern light moment. At Tromso ,Norway
18. We blessing your feed with a rainbow we spotted in Norway. Are you planning a trip to Norway soon?
Obviously, Norway has an incredible diversity that goes far beyond its beautiful scenery, with its culture being just as exciting and beautiful to experience
19. The amazing aurora dancing right above our head, at Tromso, Norway
Even though I could hardly feel my fingers from taking pictures in below than freezing temperatures, the Aurora dancing above the bonfires made an incredible atmosphere I couldn't hardly resist taking a picture.
20. A great Aurora performance, at Tromso, Norway
21. Can you imagine staying here watching the northern lights, at Hattvika Lodge
Hattvika Lodge is located in Ballstad, in the Lofoten Islands region. Some units have a balcony or patio. The Fisherman's Cottage units include a kitchen equipped with an oven, a fridge and a dining area. The Hillside cabins feature a small fridge.
22. That moment when you finally get the chance watch the most epic view of northern lights
In Tromsø there is always a good chance of seeing the northern lights in the period September until April. These are the months of the year when it is dark enough outside to see the lights dance across the sky
23. Norway is amazing during winter
Norway Shares A Land Border With Russia, You might think this is surprising, but it is very much true. The border between Norway and Russia is more than a hundred miles long. Many locals also cross the border to buy cheap fuel for their vehicles, while the Russians cross over to buy products of better quality
24. Thank you for stealing my eyes from the crowd and stealing my heart from me
25. The best view comes after the hardest climb
Trolltunga is one of Norway's most popular hikes for good reason. It is an incredibly scenic hike, ending at the Troll's tongue, a thin sliver of rock perfect for creative photographs. This is definitely a hike to add to your bucket list
26. She takes an ice bath in Dalen, Norway. Would you dare do it?
Dalen is located in the heart of Telemark, at the upper end of the Telemark Canal. In a fjord landcape, surrounded by steep mountains and wild nature, like a fairytale, adventures await you. Dalen is the perfect holiday destination with attractions and activities for the whole family
27. Ice swimming adrenaline rush
Cold water swimming—also known as winter swimming or ice swimming—describes swimming outdoors (lake, river, sea, swimming pool, etc.) mainly during the winter or in the colder and polar regions, Cold water helps to boost the white blood cell count because the body is forced to react to changing conditions. Over time, your body becomes better at activating its defences. Cold water swimming activates endorphins. This chemical is what the brain produces to make us feel good during activities
28. Go discover the Airbnb cabin in Norway
The world’s longest road tunnel is in Norway. Lærdalstunnelen connects Aurland and Lærdal in Vestland and is an astonishing 24,5 kilometers long. It’s divided into four sections, separated by three large mountain caves. The main tunnel has white lights and the caves have blue lighting with yellow lights along the walls to give an impression of sunrise
29. Lofoten's magic
Lofoten is a mecca for hiking, climbing, fishing, kayaking, skiing, Arctic surfing (in the summer AND winter), and cycling. The tourism scene there has a very young vibe, with lots of budget accommodation, and even the luxury accommodation markets itself towards adventure seekers
30. Today we kayaking in Lovatnet, Norway
What makes Lovatnet so beautiful is the green color that comes from the melt water from the glaciers that lies on the mountain peaks around