Hostels, hotels, apartments and Rorbuer (typical fishermen houses)
Did someone say trip to Norway? Yes, we did. Norway is a wonderful country where nature rules. The Lofoten Islands are one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world and are located in Northern Norway at the 68th parallel, well above the Arctic Circle. A tour on the road that will let you discover unique landscapes: sharp peaks reflected in the waters lapped by the Gulf Stream, where the most important and traditional cod fishing in the world takes place. In this natural paradise, the houses are dressed in red: it is the predominant and characteristic colour of the Rorbuer, the fishermen's houses. It is quiet here. The locals don't know what stress is, they don't know what hustle and bustle is, and you can drive for several kilometres without encountering any cars or houses. From Tromso to the North Cape in a perfect group trip to unplug and rediscover the beauty of our beautiful land.
The trip is mainly focused on exploring the wild nature of these places, including mountains, lakes and incredible beaches. In order to visit all the Lofoten Islands and get to the North Cape we will have to drive about 2000 km in 8 days. Road trips will be long, but the scenery will be worth the effort!
In the various places we’ll visit it'll be possible to do trekking routes; they are not mandatory whatsoever but a good physical shape is required for those who want to do them. The travel plan includes walks with chill gradients.