Norwegian holidays

Prepare your senses for an unforgettable meeting with countless natural masterpieces, woven into a unique combination of vast waters and mountain hills! Get ready for the unearthly beauty of Norway - one of the most beautiful northern countries, which will be able to captivate you with the first look you give it! Holidays in Norway will charge you with a lot of positive emotions, you will escape from everyday life and you will not be bored!

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Norwegian holidays

Prepare your senses for an unforgettable meeting with countless natural masterpieces, woven into a unique combination of vast waters and mountain hills! Get ready for the unearthly beauty of Norway - one of the most beautiful northern countries, which will be able to captivate you with the first look you give it! Holidays in Norway will charge you with a lot of positive emotions, you will escape from everyday life and you will not be bored!

Immerse yourself in the amazing spectacle of majestic fjords, crystal clear lakes and bright green mountains! Take a look at our offers for holidays in Norway and you will enjoy an exceptional experience!

Flora and fauna of Norway

Norway is a country of lakes, forests and tundra. The latter covers the northern part of the state, which is inhabited by meadow, moss-lichen and shrub vegetation, sparse in the river valleys with spruce and birch forests. Western Norway has herbal and shrub communities, mainly of blueberries, heather and cranberries, and taiga forests. South - oak and beech forests. The forests are formed mainly of pines, spruces and birches, which can grow up to 300 m above sea level. m to the north and up to 1100m to the south. Above the full-fledged forests begins a birch curved forest, unique in appearance and properties.

The tops of the fjords - mountain ranges with almost flat surfaces - cover areas with grassy willow, juniper, cranberry, header and dwarf birch. Part of the natural shortage of plants in Norway is offset by crop production. Many roses are grown in the country, there is even its own pink capital - Molde. To get the joy of the green world, the Norwegians have created many botanical gardens, indoor and outdoor, in which pine trees play a protective role.

In the animal kingdom of Norway there are representatives of forest and tundra species. In the tundra to the north there are reindeer lemmings - Norwegian mice, white and blue foxes. The forests are inhabited by red deer, elk, martens and lynx, weasels and ermines, beavers, squirrels and squirrels. Everywhere - foxes and rabbits.

Entertainment in Norway

Alpine skiing in Norway is represented by 10 resorts equipped for all skill levels. Quiet Beitostelen family, Gala with ice fishing and reindeer sleigh rides, Geilo with snowmobile safari service - every skier will find a place to his liking. The most impatient go to Kvitfjöl, Norway's largest artificial snow resort, open from November to May. Lillehammer's small ski slopes will allow inexperienced hikers to fall in love with skiing in the valley where, according to legend, trolls were born.

An unprecedented rush of adrenaline will be experienced by all who ride on the stormy river on a solid raft. Rafting in Norway is widespread in all regions. The fastest and most flooded Shua River in the western part of the country is swam by the most desperate athletes, skilfully bypassing huge rocks and streams of foam. Family holidays with children will be provided by the calm river Driva in the south of Norway, known for its safe current and impressive nature along the banks.

The north side has prepared high mountains for rock climbing for real extremes. The areas of Lofoten, Troll's Wall, Sandvika and Kolari abound in slopes of varying difficulty. The rock holds the athletes well, the rocks are thorny, with plenty of cracks. The rocks hanging over the sea and the quiet northern sunsets will dilute the atmosphere of extreme relaxation with minutes of calm.

A hike to the moving glacier of Nigadsbreen will help you forget about all your daily problems. If you've seen it all and you won't be surprised by extreme sports, put on "cats" and get up. Endless cliffs overgrown with centuries-old forest, turbulent cold mountain rivers, pristine fresh air and a hearty dinner at a nearby camp - all this is a climb to a moving glacier. A glacier climbing service is also available in the ski resort, but the most risky, of course, prefer the legendary Nigadsbreen.

Climate in Norway

Despite its harsh northern location, Norway has a relatively mild climate, thanks to the warm Gulf Stream. In winter, for example, all ports continue to operate because the water does not freeze. And in Stavanger it often doesn't even snow, as the temperature rarely drops below zero. At the same time, the seasons are very clear, in the spring it rains often, and in the summer the temperature in some regions of the country can reach +25°C.

Winter in Norway always brings snow; from November to April. January temperatures range from +2°C in the southwest to -12°C in the north. In winter, the polar night reigns beyond the Arctic Circle. In May, fruit trees begin to bloom in Norway - and that means the arrival of spring. In many alpine resorts, however, the ski slopes are still in good condition. Early spring also offers unforgettable landscapes of melting snow and boiling streams of water from the mountains, along fjords and gorges.

Summer is the time for stunning cruises through the most picturesque fjords in the country. At this time of year in Norway it is customary to relax in nature - to ride a bike, go fishing, walk in the mountains and hills, explore comfortable equipped trails and routes. In summer, cod, mackerel and pollock are found in the seas of Norway, and trout and salmon are found in rivers. In addition, many festivals and events take place during these months: music, culinary, international and sports. July temperatures range from +15°C in the southwest to +6°C in the north, although sometimes the air warms to +25°C even in the north.

The romantic autumn in Norway delights the eye with a riot of yellow and red colors. At this time the rains are frequent, but the mushrooms grow after them in leaps and bounds. In autumn, hunting, hiking in the mountains and even picking fruit are also popular: you can find blueberries.