A Guide to a Norway Holiday
If you are looking forward to spending the holidays out of the country, consider a holiday in Norway. Norway is called the land of the midnight sun and is a place where you can go on a walking tour.
Walking tours in Norway are a great way to spend your vacation. When you explore Norway on foot you will be able to enjoy many things including their beautiful sceneries, fresh air, their culture, and you can also participate in many of their festivities. There are many walking tours around the country which you can choose and you can get this information from your travel agency.
You will be delighted to experience their breathtaking sights which include their snow capped mountains and their fjords like the Western Fjord in Sognefjord which is long and deep with many small farming and fishing communities around exhibiting the culture and history of Norway. Hiking is common in the wildernesses of Norway. You will surely be enchanted by their forests there. Unlike the major cities of the world which are truly crowded, Norway boasts of having places where you can freely roam without being in the midst of a maddening crowd, and the reason for this is because of the low population density of the country.
Aside from a walking holiday, you can also go one a winter holiday in Norway. The Rondane National Park is a good example of a holiday destination. Many tour agencies are encouraging tourists to try their snow shoeing activity. You can enjoy winter walking tours because of the fresh snow surroundings, log cabins, winter forest landscape, frozen lakes, and the breathtaking view on top of rolling hills.
You can also enjoy island adventure in Norway. If you like pristine beaches and quaint villages, then you can go to the Lofoten islands. These villages welcome tourists. You can also find tour guides there who offer nature activity packages which include sea trips or exploring mountain routes of the island. Staying in a traditional fisherman’s cabin called Rorby gives you an idea of what it’s like living in that place and this will truly be a unique and memorable experience for you while in the island. One great experience you can get here is a good view of the Atlantic coast, and from May to mid July you will also have a great view of their midnight sun.
If you will go to Norway, take their walking tours which is not really the same as their packaged tours. If you want to set your own pace so that you can explore the country on your own, then a walking tour is what you should get. Wherever you go, there are local guide that will help you choose the best route and will show you the interesting places to go.