Tiny house Norway

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An incredible vacation in a Norwegian tiny house

It is crucial for one’s mental health to recharge every once in a while and escape the busy reality of the 21st century. It has been proven that relaxing in a natural location decreases stress levels, however, it is a common misconception that taking a break surrounded by nature is inaccessible and inconvenient. Nature.house offers stays in tiny houses spread across Norway, perfect for a relaxing retreat. Make your dream vacation come true with Nature.house.

Must-see masterpieces of nature

Located on the Scandinavian peninsula, Norway has one of the most beautiful territories of Europe in terms of natural sights. Glaciers, mountains, waterfalls, and miles upon miles of coastlines are just the beginning of Norway’s magnificent nature. Home to 47 national parks, 85% of which are mountains, the country has numerous preserved areas where nature remains untouched by humans. The habitats for Norway’s flora and fauna also include tundras, lakes, rivers, wetlands, and lowlands in the south. The wildlife in the country is extremely diverse and the native plants and animals range from large mammals, birds, fish, reptiles among the forests, bogs, and heaths.

More than 20 000 plant species occupy the territory including algae, lichens, mosses, vascular plants, and more than 7000 types of fungi. As a visitor, you are free to harvest berries and mushrooms when you step out of your tiny house in Norway. In terms of fauna, animal species such as hedgehogs, beavers, bats, shrews, squirrels, deers, and moose, could all be encountered around your Norwegian tiny house. Carnivores like wolves, bears, badgers, foxes, and lynxes are also typical for the area, however, they avoid interactions with humans so rest assured that the chances of meeting one are low.

Best things to do in Norway

No matter if you decided to take some time off alone, as a couple, as a family, or as a group of friends, there are numerous ways to stay active during your vacation in a tiny house in Norway. The territory is great for winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding as well as mountain biking in the summer. One of the best natural sights that one can experience in Norway are the northern lights - one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. They can be seen in northern Norway during the month of January when it’s mostly dark. However, if you decide to take a vacation during the warmer months of the year, the country has some of the best hiking trails in Europe.

Nevertheless, if you prefer a more soothing holiday, then a simple walk around your tiny house in Norway is also a great way to spend your time off as some of the most fascinating waterfalls, crystal clear fjords, magnificent mountains, and thrilling glaciers uncover around every corner. Staying at a tiny house is a great way to experience the astonishing nature of the country. The small structure of the house contributes to the feeling of being closer to nature and there is nothing better than reconnecting with the surrounding environment.