Norway - Chasing the Northern Lights in
Europe's Northernmost Region
October 16th - November 5th, 2025
21 Days discovering the north of Norway with Stang Church, Lillehammer, Sigrid Undset's Home, Bjerkebæ, Flokk Skulptur Stopp, Ringbu Stave Church, Sohlbergplassen, the Viewing Point at Atnsjøen Lake, Røros, a traditional Mountain Village in Trøndelag Trondheim, Stiftsgården, the Royal Residence in Trondheim, World’s Northernmost Medieval Cathedral, Sverresborg Trondelag Open Air Folk Museum, Gråkallbanen, the World’s Northernmost Tram, Island Hopping in Helgaland, Arctic Circle and 'Arctic Circle City', Rib Boat Safari to Saltstraumen, the most Powerful Maelstrom in the World, Lofoten Archipelago, Lyngen Alps, Polar Park, the World's Most Northern Animal Park, Fjellheisen Cable Car, Tromsø Botaniske Hage, the World’s and so much more!
Our first ever 21 Day Northern Norway Discovery Tour. We love Norway and although we are not yet as knowledgeable as we are with the other countries we do tours of, we believe we have crafted an amazing itinerary. An itinerary we are sure will have you falling in love with Norway just as much as we have. This tour will be an adventure in every way! Accommodations are few and far between in several areas and they are also quite basic. We have chosen the best there is in each area, but in some area you have to take what is there. The same will be true of places to eat.
The present itinerary is subject to change up to the time of departure to make sure that the itinerary flows smoothly. Norway is the second most expensive country in the world to visit and the price reflects this! Tour limited to 12 people.
$12,995US per person.
$1795 Single Supplement. All singles filled!
$1000 deposit. Sold Out!
Day 1 - October 16th - This morning we will meet at our accommodation at Oslo International Airport and then start our journey that will end today just north of Lillehammer at Otta. Our first stop will be at the lovely Stang Church near Hamar surrounded in spectacular countryside. The church is one of the oldest medieval churches in Norway and is first mentioned in Håkon Håkonsen's Saga from 1225. Archeological finds indicate agricultural settlements in the area well before the Viking Age. We next stop for Lunch in Lillehammer, an agricultural area with a rich food heritage and lots of tasty treats including Gudbrandsdalsost, a cheese made from goats and cow's milk originated right here in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley! After lunch we will visit Sigrid Undset's Home, Bjerkebæk. The Nobel Laureate created a distinctive home in two old log houses which she furnished during the 1930s. This unique home is filled with artefacts and books reflecting her personal taste and interests. A guide will relate the story of her life from her childhood in Kristiania, her travels in Rome, her daily life as a housewife and mother, through her divorce, conversion to Catholicism, receipt of the Nobel prize, the fight against the Nazis, and her years in exile during the second world war. She lived a rich life and the decor of her home is statement to that. We then continue to Otta. Welcoming Dinner and Overnight Otta. (B,L,D)
Day 2 - October 17th - On our way to Røros today we will take advantage of the spectacular countryside and viewpoints as we make our way through the Rondale National Park. Our first stop will be the Flokk Skulptur Stopp overlooking the Gudbrandsdalslagen River. These 21 tall, extremely narrow bronze statues are the work of sculpture artist Gitte Daehlin with each sculpture appearing to be grow straight out of the ground. Part animal and part human, they are typical of Daehlin’s distinctive work, with each of her figures having glass eyes, which seem to be alive with unique features, markings and expressions. We then stop at Ringebu to visit the Ringebu Stave Church, built in approximately the year 1220. This distinctive and much-photographed stave church is one of just 28 which remain in Norway. Once common, over 1000 dotted the countryside, with their unique style of architecture and construction, and they are Symbolic of Old Norway. Set amongst hills and farmland, the church and its surrounding cemetery are strikingly beautiful, with immaculate grounds. We will have Lunch in Ringebu before continuing to Sohlbergplassen, the Viewing Point at Atnsjøen Lake which curves gently around slender pine trees. The platform frames the view towards the lake and the rounded peaks of the Rondane Massif almost exactly as they appear in Harald Sohlberg’s famous painting 'Winter’s Night in Rondane'. Then on to get checked into our accommodation. Dinner and Overnight Røros. (B,L,D)
Day 3 - October 18th - Today will be spent in Røros, a Traditional Mountain Village in Trøndelag, one of the oldest towns of wooden buildings in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known for being a living museum that whispers centuries of history, all the way from the charming streets and down to the old copper mines. Røros street pattern was laid out in 1600, but really came into existence in 1644, after the First Copper Discovery in the area. We will have a Guided Tour where we hear about the history behind this charming wooden town, the people who lived here and how the city has evolved through preservation and modernization! After our tour you will have time to explore this delightful town before we meet up for lunch. After lunch we visit Røros Museum Olav's Mine. Our tour will be an hour’s walk through 300 Years of Mining History taking us through the Nyberget Mine dating from the 17th Century and the Olav’s Mine from the 20th century. We will descend 50 metres below ground and 500 metres into the mountain before reaching the massive Miner’s Hall with sound effects and lighting that will add to the authentic feel. After our tour we will explore The Museum which houses exhibitions about the mining community and the geology of the region. Then the evening is on your own to find dinner. Overnight Røros. (B,L)
Day 4 - October 19th - This morning we make our way further north to Trondheim with many wonderful stops along the way. Just past Stugudalen we find Henfallat Waterfall, a big and powerful waterfall in the Sor Trondelag Region. We will stop at the bridge going over the river and see a smaller waterfall called Kvernfossen. We then follow the road to a path of wooden planks that lead to a Viewing Platform for a great view of Henfallat. Just a few minutes walk along the trees gives another view of the falls. From here our journey continues northward to Selbusjøen, the 17th largest lake in Norway. Then north of here we find Trondheim Fjord and our next stop, Hegra Festning. This Living Mountain Fortress was built to stop a Swedish Invasion through the Stjørdal Valley from which the fortress holds a commanding position. The entire facility is intact with, among other things, trenches, tunnels, corridors, living rooms and command towers. After a tour through the fortress we will visit the museum before continuing west along Trondheim Fjord all the way to Trondheim. The fjord indents into the coast of west central Norway from the Norwegian Sea and serves as a natural boundary between Northern and Southern Norway. Trondheim, the major export city for the area is the third largest city in Norway and lies along the southern shore of the fjord. Dinner and Overnight Trondheim. (B,L,D)
Day 5 - October 20th - The vibrant city of Trondheim is home to some of Trøndelag’s most popular attractions, cosy shopping streets and a myriad of restaurants and bars offering local specialties. We will take a Guided Tour of the city that was founded in 997 by Viking King Olav Tryggvason. Our stroll starts at the Harbour, which was largely built and developed during the second half of the 19th century. We then proceed to Stiftsgården, the Royal Residence in Trondheim, and on to the Market Square to see the Statue of Olav Tryggvason. Then we walk to Nidaros Cathedral, Norway’s national shrine and a Gothic Masterpiece. We explore the World’s Northernmost Medieval Cathedral before crossing the Old City Bridge over the River Nid. The ornate gateway on the Red-Painted Bridge is known to locals as the 'Portal of Happiness’. Then we stroll through the area of Bakklandet, which has preserved its charming 19th century wooden architecture with boutiques, cafés, and gourmet restaurants. Here you also find the world’s only bicycle lift, which travels to the top of the steep hill of Brubakken. We will lunch together and then you have the rest of the afternoon and evening to explore all of Trondheim's delights. Overnight Trondheim. (B,L)
Day 6 - October 21st - This morning we visit the Sverresborg Trondelag Open Air Folk Museum with more than 80 buildings from Trondheim and the Trondelag area. The museum is placed around the ruins of King Sverre’s Castle, which date as far back as 1183 and provides a wonderful view over the city and the fjord, The Stave Church from Haltdalen is the oldest building here at the museum, and dates back to 1170AD. The Museum’s Old Town is comprised of buildings that were originally located in Trondheim, and offers a charming representation of the Wooden Houses that have dominated the cityscape from the 18th century up until today. Here you can peruse the Dentist’s Exhibition, the Shoemaker’s Workshop, the Post Office and the museum’s Old Grocery Store, where you can buy sweets and a cup of coffee. The rural section shows the development in Trondelag building styles from the fjord to the mountains, and how people lived in the 18th and 19th centuries in the different country areas. Then we make our way to Gråkallbanen, the World’s Northernmost Tram where we board an old Singsaker Tram from 1914 and travel in the style of a bygone era while Enjoying Lunch on the way. The Tram takes us from the city center uphill and into the forest and recreational area Bymarka. Dinner and Overnight Trondheim. (B,L,D)
Day 7 - October 22nd - Todays journey will take us along the shores of Trondheim Fjord on the European Highway E6 to the capital of Nord-Trondelag County, Steinkjer. The Kystriksveien is the Coastal Road of Northern Norway, a 650 Kilometer long road from Steinkjer to Bodø and we will cover the first leg of the journey today. It has been called One of the World’s Most Scenic Drives by the National Geographic Magazine! We will Stop for Lunch in Steinkjer, once an important seat of power in Norway and the municipality has many interesting heritage sites and other historical attractions. After lunch we will take a slight deter onto the Inderøy Peninsula to stop at Gangstad Gårdsysteri where they produce Award Winning Cheeses and Ice Cream from the farm’s fresh cow's milk. Next we make our way just up the road to see the impressive Rock Carvings near Bøla, including the 6,000 Year Old Bøla Reindeer in the Bølareinen(Reindeer) Nature Park. It is part of a larger carving, where in addition to Bølareinen, includes a Bear, a Seabird and a Skier! Then we make our way just a bit further to our accommodation to get checked in and settled before dinner. Dinner and Overnight Medja. (B,L,D)
Day 8 - October 23rd - Up early this morning to continue our Coastal Road of Northern Norway route with a stop just north of Medja at Gløshaug Church, a Red Wooden Stave Church that was built in a long church style in 1689. The site of the church has been used all the way back to around 1160 and was originally was a St. Olaf Church, St. Olaf being the Patron Saint of Norway. We will continue our journey to Laksforsen Waterfall, one of Nordland’s most popular tourist attractions. This majestic waterfall has a water volume of 700 m³ per second and a fall of around 60 feet. You can sit on the rocks beneath the waterfall and let the cascades of water and nature fill you with wonder and joy. We will stop in Trofors for Lunch before continuing on to Mosjøen with its Sjoegata Street Historical Centre. The old buildings in the street are being taken care of as an integral part of the pulsating city life there, giving character to this small town. On a walk around town you will find architectural gems and elegantly preserved buildings. Additionally, you will find Galleries, an Authentic General Store, Restaurants and a Beautiful Hotel Garden from where you can fish. We then make a side trip west to Sandnessjøen to get checked into our accommodation before dinner. Dinner and Overnight Sandnessjøen. (B,L,D)
Day 9 - October 24th - Today we will do some Island Hopping in Helgeland with the Islands of Dønna and Herøy. Sheltered by the Seven Sisters, three Medieval Churches have stood for 800-900 years, built on sacred ground and at places of assembly that date much further back in time. A visit to these beautiful churches invokes the poetry, history and art of Helgeland. We first take the half hour ferry across to Dønna and make our way to Dønnes Church at the Farthest Northerly Point of the island and is known as North Norway's Most beautiful Church! We will have a tour of the church which dates from the 13th century and has history and architecture from both the Middle Ages, Early Modern Times, and the Romance Period. The church contains, among other things, 800-Year-Old Medieval Art from Germany, as well as paintings and pulpits from the 1600s. We will then take a drive to the nearby Dønnesfjellet, a viewpoint that has great views out over the archipelago. We will stop to have our Picnic Lunch somewhere along the scenic route to the west end of the island. We than make our way by bridge to Staulen Island and then to Nord Herøy where we stop at Herøy Church, also known as the Cathedral of Helgeland. The church was built of soapstone in the 12th century and is the largest of the triangle churches. Built in the Romanesque Style, it is the only church in North Norway with an apse, a semi-circular vaulted recess terminating the choir. In the 1960s, the church underwent a major programme of restoration, and a considerable number of coins were found beneath the choir, the oldest dating right back to the time of King Sverre. We then make our way back home by ferry. Dinner and Overnight Sandnessjøen. (B,L,D)
Day 10 - October 25th - Most of our day will be spent in and around Mo i Rana, the nearest town to the Arctic Circle and know as 'Arctic Circle City'. We will travel alongside Ranfjorden with a few scenic stops along the way to the innermost part of the fjord where the River Ranelva meets the Ranfjord. Once in Rana as the locals call the town, we will visit Moholmen, the old part the city that sits like an oasis just outside the town centre. A stroll around here is like a trip back in time as the oldest buildings in Moholmen date back to the 17th century, and the area acts as a living museum of the era before industry arrived in the town. The Rana Museum is just beside Moholme it contains exhibitions showing the rich history of Rana along with Stenneset Open-Air Museum with its collection of buildings from the 18th and 19th century, centered around an Old Local Vicarage with an exhibition of farming tools and machinery. After Lunch in Rana we will take a short journey out of town to visit Marmorslottet (The Marble Castle), a castle that has been naturally formed over a period of thousands of years. The marble castle has emerged where loose rock masses such as lime, have been washed out in the river for thousands of years. Over the years, the water has formed several caves, potholes and formations in the rock – and made the area a fairytale landscape. We then return to Rana where you will have the rest of the afternoon and evening free to find some dinner. Overnight Mo i Rana. B,L)
Day 11 - October 26th - A very exciting day today as we will actually cross the Arctic Circle Line just before Saltfjellet! We will stop at the Arctic Circle Centre in the Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park, one of mainland Norway's most dramatic landforms! In the west, it embraces the rugged peaks of the Svartisen Icecap, Norway's second-largest glacier, and glacier tongues are visible from the Kystriksveien Coastal Route. To the east, the bleak, high moorlands of the Saltfjellet Massif roll to the Swedish Border. Charismatic Wildlife inhabit the park, including Wolverine, Eurasian Lynx, Elk and a breeding population of Arctic Fox, although most are elusive. We will explore the park with a few stops along the way until we reach the northern area of the park where we will stop for lunch. At Rognan we veer off of the Kystriksvein to make our way to Bodø with a stop at Saltstraumen on Saltfjorden. This is where we find the World’s Strongest Maelstrom! Every six hours, over 500 Million Cubic Yards of Water rush through the 500 foot wide and 2 mile long sound connecting the Saltfjord and the Skjerstadfjord at speeds of up to 20 knots! The mighty whirlpools that are formed by this phenomenon can be up to 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet deep! We then make our way around Saltfjorden to Bodø and to our accommodation for the next 3 nights. Dinner and Overnight Bodø. (B,L,D)
Day 12 - October 27th - This morning we will take a Rib Boat Safari to Saltstraumen,to get an up close look at the most Powerful Maelstrom in the World for an experience of a lifetime! We will be taken through a Unique Alpine Coastal Landscape where our senses will be bombarded with impressions. We go straight into the adventure where the Sea Eagles Hatch and the food is served exactly as it was being served 13.000 years ago. The magnificent sea eagles hatch on the steep and unavailable cliffs of Sundstraumen, which lies next to Saltstraumen. We will go as close as we possibly can, and there will be great opportunities to see the eagles in their nest. We then get as close as possible to the maelstrom where 400 million cubic meter of water are pushing its way through a three kilometer long and 150 meter wide inlet. After this amazing experience in Saltstraumen, we will debark at Tuvsjyen where we will be served an aperitif while awaiting a remarkable experience of food and culture. This was the place the first immigrants to Norway settled – 13.000 years ago when the glacier started to withdraw. We will be served Historical Food prepared in the glowing rocks from the fire pit. On top of this, the storyteller will describe how the forefathers lived! Then back to our accommodation to rest up before dinner. Dinner and Overnight Bodø. (B,L,D)
Day 13 - October 28th - Bodø is an important stop in our journey as this is where we will take the ferry to the Enchanting Lofoten Islands. Today however, is a down day in Bodø to just relax and unwind after our hectic schedule. Bodø is often called the 'Little Brother of Tromsø'. There are many things here to keep you occupied. Opened by Queen Sonja, the new hiking trail and Sherpa Staircase leading up to Keiservarden Hill overlooking Bodø, has quickly become many of the locals favourite place as the views are definitely gorgeous! You can head to the Harbour where the Pier called Moloen makes for a lovely stroll along the ocean and offers some stunning views. For those interested in Arts and Crafts, Bodø has a diverse community of Local Artists, Glass Blowers, Potters, and Jewellery Makers and is well know for its Street Art. You can also visit the Norwegian Aviation Museum, Norway’s national aviation museum. Get rested up for the final week of our journey and enjoy all that Bodø has to offer! Very early ferry crossing tomorrow! Overnight Bodø. (B)
Day 14 - October 29th - This morning we start our very long journey by ferry from Bodø across to Sørvågen on the Lofoten Islands. The journey will take 3 1/2 hours and will leave at 7:00am. The Lofoten Archipelago is draped across the turbulent waters of the Norwegian Sea, far above the Arctic Circle. This rare wilderness outpost offers an untrammeled landscape of majestic mountains, deep fjords, squawking seabird colonies and long, surf-swept beaches. The clear blue waters rival the Mediterranean, craggy mountains rival Iceland, and fishing villages to rival anywhere else on earth! One of Lofoten's biggest attractions are the Painted Fishing Villages found all over the islands with each Town's Waterfront lined with Red and White Wooden Fishermen's Huts Known as Rerbuers. We will take in as many of these lovely fishing villages as we can, but our stop will be the Utterly Quaint Village of Reine. We will take some time to explore before making our just a short drive south of Reine where we find the Village of Å at the very end of the road on the Island of Moskenesøy. Å is a Time-Honoured Fishing Village steeped in tradition and characterised by Fisherman’s Cabins and Quayside Warehouses. Dinner and Overnight Reine. (B,D)
Day 15 - October 30th - Just up the road we find Nusfjord, one of Norway's oldest and best-preserved fishing villages, bound in scenic nature and steep mountains in Flakstad Municipality. We will also visit Ballstad, located on the southern tip of the Island of Vestvågøy in the Vestfjorden Basin. Ballstad has been a fishing village for perhaps as long as 1000 years, and the place is still an active fishing village and has Europe's Largest Mural! We then head north to visit Haukland Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world with white sand, a tropical look and surrounded by mountain peaks covered by snow!Then we visit Henningsvær on the Island of Austvågøya, the place God had built without the help of surveyors and architects. Welcome to Norway’s most famous and distinctive fishing village, by many referred to as the Venice of the North! Just a few miles away we find Kabelvåg, the Oldest Fishing Village in Lofoten which can trace its fishery 1000 years back in time. While here we will visit Vågan Church, also known as the Lofoten Cathedral which is the biggest wooden church north of Trondheim. We then make our way to our accommodation just a few minutes away to get settled before dinner. Dinner and Overnight Svolvær. (B,L,D)
Day 16 - October 31st - This morning we make our way to Gimsøysand in the northern part of one of the smallest islands in the archipelago - Gimsøya. Here in the village you will find the 14th Century Little White Wooden Gimsøy Church. Gimsøy is surrounded by amazing coastline, beautiful green water and mystical mountains making it unique and incredibly beautiful. We will also visit Aalan Gård, a Family Run Farm in Vestvågøy. They have a Farm Shop with a Cheese Factory where they make Brown and White Goat’s Cheese, Feta Cheese and Fresh Cheese with Herbs and Curds. They also do ecological herb production, including herb seasonings, herb tea and herb vinegar. We will also visit the Lofotr Viking Museum in Borg featuring the largest Viking-Era House ever found! Adjacent to the Chieftain’s House is modern exhibits of archaeological finds, the Story of Borg, and a Movie 'The Dream of Borg'. We will take the Scenic Southern Coastal Route back to Svolvær with a final stop along the way at Lofoten Wool, home to Local Wool, Happy Native Sheep and a Farmshop with Local Crafts with knitting patterns, sweaters, hats, mittens and woven products like scarfs, shawls and blankets. Dinner and Overnight Svolvær (B,D)
Day 17 - November 1st - Svolvær is situated by the sea and is surrounded by beautiful scenic areas and well-known mountain formations like Svolværgeita (the Svolvær Goat), Fløya, Tuva, Blåtind, Kongstinden and Tjeldbergtinden. We will take some time to explore before making our way to Laupstad, a settlement located in the Austnesfjord on Austvågøya. We then cross over the Raftsund Bridge, a Two Lane Cantilever Road Bridge that crosses the Raftsundet Strait between the islands of Austvågøya and Hinnøya. The bridge is 2,333 feet long, the main span is 978 ft and the maximum clearance to the sea beneath the bridge is 148 ft. We will make a stop for photos! We then take a side trip North to Rokenes Gard near Harstad. This is an Old Trading Post and Guesthouse dating back to the 16th century has been in the same family for 10 generations, since 1673. We will stop here for a Late Lunch before continuing on to our accommodation at Tennevoll. We will reunite with the E6 at Bjerkvik after our Lofoten Island Adventure. The village is located at the end of Herjangsfjorden, an arm of Ofotfjorden and we will make a short stop here. Dinner and Overnight Tennevoll. (B,L,D)
Day 18 - November 2nd - This morning we start our journey to Tromsø for a 3 night stay at our final destination. We will get an early start to the day as we want to take in the Lyngen Alps on the way to Tromso. Our first stop is Polar Park, the World's Most Northern Animal Park! The park is home to Norway’s Large Predators such as Bears, Wolves and Lynx as well as Deer, Moose, Reindeer and Muskox all in their natural surroundings. We will take plenty of time to experience some of these animals up close and personal! We then make our way north along the Lyngen Alps to Lyngseidet, a pretty, well kept coastal village, with many old houses, shops and cafés. Gollis, the World’s Tallest Gnome standing at 30 feet tall is tucked away behind the quayside and you may want to visit Lyngen Church, built in 1740. We will have Lunch in Lyngsedeit and then take a short detour to visit Aurora Spirit, a unique distillery with a spectacular location. The Lyngen Alps, the Fjord, the Northern Lights and the Arctic Wilderness provide an excellent setting for making whisky and other alcohol products under the brand name Bivrost. The products are based on local herbs, berries and melted glacier water. We will have a Guided Tour and Whisky Tasting at the Northernmost Distillery in the World! We then take a Spectacular and Dramatic Drive cross the Lyngen Peninsula to Tromsø with a short ferry crossing on the way. Dinner and Overnight Tromsø. (B,L,D)
Day 19 - November 3rd - This morning we will take a Fjellheisen Cable Car, Tromsø’s most popular tourist destination. It runs from Solliveien in Tromsdalen up to the mountain ledge Storsteinen. The lower station is located on Tromsø’s mainland, 150 feet above sea level, while the upper station, Fjellstua, is situated at an altitude of 1400 feet above sea level. The trip up takes just four minutes where from a large outdoor terrace, you can enjoy the Spectacular Panoramic View of Tromsø and the virtually endless sight of islands, fjords, mountains and the open sea. Next we visit the Tromsø Botaniske Hage, the World’s Northernmost Botanical Garden. The garden has Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine plants from all continents as well as traditional perennials and herbs from Northern Norway. After lunch we visit Tromsdalen Church, also known as Ishavskatedralen (The Arctic Cathedral). Architect Jan Inge Hovig succeeded in creating an architectural masterpiece of Eleven Aluminum Coated Concrete Panels on either side of the roof providing the cathedral’s bold form, often compared to the style of the Sydney Opera House. Dinner on your own in Tromso this evening. Optional after dinner excursion to Ersfjordbotn, the Northern Lights Village. No guarantee of seeing the lights at this time of year, but the mountains on both sides of the fjord create an amazing display over the fjord! Overnight Tromsø. (B,L)
Day 20 - November 4th - This morning we will have an Essential Tromsø Historical City Walk to discover the Paris of the North! We will discover the Important Sites and Most Picturesque Spots in the city including the Medieval Settlement, the vibrant Marketplace and the Fisherman Monument. We will hear Tales of Explorers, Sealers and Polar Bear Hunters on a guided trip through the Polar Museum and then visit then visit Tromsø Cathedral. We will learn about World Famous Characters such as Roald Amundsen, as well as local heroes such as Wanny Woldstad and Henry Rudi. The tour finishes at Tromsø’s Most Authentic Pub, an old school polar hangout. You will have the rest of the afternoon free in Tromsø to find some lunch, do some last minute shopping and sightseeing before we meet up for dinner. The town’s surroundings are equally astonishing, with large birch forests and stunning views of the area’s numerous fjords and mountains at every turn. For our Farewell Dinner we will board a catamaran for an Evening Fjord Cruise in Tromsø with Sailing, Dining and Sightseeing through the Norwegian Fjords. Farewell Dinner and Overnight Tromsø. (B,D)
Day 21 - November 5th - This morning we make our way to the Tromsø International Airport for the journey home.
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