Norway Photo Tours and Workshops
Explore the mountains and glaciers of Norway on these photo tours and workshops to the land of fjords. There's no better place to learn photography than in pristine surrounds, beneath the golden glow of the Midnight Sun or the awe-inspiring Northern Lights.

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Norway Photo Tours and Workshops

Explore the mountains and glaciers of Norway on these photo tours and workshops to the land of fjords. There's no better place to learn photography than in pristine surrounds, beneath the golden glow of the Midnight Sun or the awe-inspiring Northern Lights.
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8 days
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September
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Misty Mountains of Norway Hiking & Camping Adventure

Join us on a hiking and backpacking small-group adventure in the magical mountainous landscapes of Norway! This incredible photography workshop will take you to the hair-raising peaks and summits of the Misty Mountains, where iconic scenery swathed in layers of fog, cascading waterfalls, boreal forests, glistening lakes and glacial tarns rule supreme. Over the course of 7 exciting days, you'll experience a part of Norway that is well off the beaten track, seldom visited by tourists and even other hikers. Rather than staying in hotels, we will camp out in the wilderness, immersing ourselves in the Norwegian nature so that we will be well-placed to capture its extraordinary beauty. Throughout this tour, you'll be guided by world-renowned professional photographers, Arild Heitmann and Odd-Are Hansen. They will teach you everything that you need to know about adventure photography. Being local to the area, they are well-versed in the dynamic weather that is prevalent in this part of the world. Rather than adhering to a fixed itinerary, your guides will keep an eye on the conditions to ensure that you will head to only the best locations to make the most of the light, all whilst ensuring that you have a safe and enjoyable journey. Whether you are a beginner, amateur or seasoned professional, this hiking and camping adventure to the mountains of Norway will put you right into the heart of one of the most photogenic places on the planet for a truly unforgettable experience! Don't miss out on the adventure of a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date.

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7 days
Available:
July
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9 Day Photography Voyage to Spitsbergen in Svalbard

Join us on an incredible photography tour to the remote, Arctic archipelago of Svalbard with photography expert, Rayann Elzein. Step onboard a small expedition motor-yacht to discover and photograph the landscapes and wildlife of Svalbard.  On this 9-day small expedition vessel voyage, we will depart from Longyearbyen in Norway to explore the north-west coast of Spitsbergen, the largest of Svalbard’s archipelago. The area is home to an abundance of wildlife and is one of the best places to encounter polar bears in their natural habitat. If conditions permit, it may be possible to reach the edge of the sea ice, which extends all the way to the North Pole. The area is full of stunning Arctic scenery and is home to some of the largest glaciers in the northern hemisphere.  Trip highlights include: - Opportunities to photograph Svalbard’s wild and stunning landscapes from the ship and shore during the early months of the season when the landscape is usually still white.  - Opportunities to get close to photograph glaciers and sea ice. - Learn new photography skills on your tour through onboard workshops with a highly experienced Arctic photographer. - An expert Svalbard guide will be onboard so you can learn about the local area.  - Opportunities to photograph wildlife could include Polar Bears, Walruses, Arctic Foxes, Svalbard Reindeer and Whales. - Access to Zodiac landing craft to explore the coast and shoot from. - Ice-strengthened expedition motor-yacht with a comfortable interior.  One of the most exciting things is that no journey to Svalbard is ever the same. There is no set itinerary and a flexible approach to exploring, making a journey here a real Arctic adventure. Your expedition leader and captain will work tirelessly with the conditions to ensure you see the most Svalbard has to offer.  When travelling in remote regions the expedition leader and captain will make decisions based on the sea, the ice and the weather conditions. This itinerary is an outline of what you’ll experience on this voyage. Experience the magic of the Spitsbergen on this exclusive small vessel voyage to Norway's Svalbard islands. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9 days
Available:
May
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8-Day Autumn Photo Workshop in Norway's Lofoten Islands

Join us on an enchanting 8-day autumn photography workshop capturing the Lofoten Islands of Norway! This small-group adventure is open to only 6 participants, so that you'll be guaranteed one-on-one time with your photography guide in an intimate and friendly settting. During fall, this beautiful archipelago floating in the Norwegian Sea becomes a cacophony of gorgeous, earthen hues. The foliage takes on hints of gold, amber and red, perfectly offsetting the sparkling turquoise green water of the many stunning fjords. Mountain peaks, Arctic beaches, charming fishing villages and winding roads become bathed in the warm autumn light during sunrises and sunsets. Meanwhile, the shorter days and longer nights mean that you'll have a chance to chase the Northern Lights, which will return to the starry skies. There's no better place than the Lofoten Islands to witness the beauty of the Aurora Borealis. With a plethora of fascinating foregrounds in the landscape, you'll be hardpressed to find better compositions to frame this atmospheric phenomenon. Throughout this photography tour, you'll have a knowledgable guide on-hand to teach you the intricacies of landscape and nature photography. They'll make sure that you'll be in all the best places at the right times to take advantage of the conditions, while elevating your photography skills to a whole new level. Don't miss out on an autumn photography adventure in Lofoten! Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 days
Available:
September
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Arctic Borders | Norway & Sweden Photography Workshop

Chase the Northern Lights across the spectacular Arctic landscapes of Abisko in Sweden and Senja Island in Norway! This 7-day small-group winter photography workshop is designed to maximise your time shooting in this wild and ruggedly beautiful part of the world. Situated well above the Arctic Circle, you'll be well-positioned to witness the most magical show on the planet, as the Aurora dances across the starry night sky. Senja is the second largest island of Norway and is well-known for its dramatic, mountainous scenery as well as its spectacular coastlines. This is a place where pristine, white sandy beaches meet with the deep waters of fjords, casting an enchanting spell only fit for a winter wonderland. On the other hand, Abisko is a magical location in Sweden where vast expanses of snow and unpolluted night skies make for the perfect recipe to view the Northern Lights. Throughout this adventure, you'll have two photography guides with you, taking you to all of the best locations to capture the gorgeous, icy landscapes. They'll share their wealth of knowledge with you to ensure that you'll be able to advance your photography skills and take home an abundance of incredible images. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, this 7-day photography workshop in Abisko and Senja is bound to expose you to the inspiring nature of both Sweden and Norway beneath the ethereal Arctic light. Don't miss out on this winter photography tour of a lifetime! Check availability by choosing a date.

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Duration:
7 days
Available:
February
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7-Day Senja Summer Hiking Photo Tour

Experience the wild and mountainous landscape of Senja island on this 7-day summer photography workshop in Norway! Situated far above the Arctic Circle, this beautiful island is a paradise for landscape photographers, where jaw-dropping scenery shines beneath the glory of the Midnight Sun during the summer season. The long days make it the perfect place for hiking and with so much to see, there is no other way to unearth the treasures of Senja than when exploring by foot. Be prepared to traverse magical mountain ridges, separated by the deep, turquoise water of the fjords. At every turn, you'll be met by the sprawling coastline and dramatic, rugged views like something out of a fairytale. You'll spend your days capturing the pristine beaches, spectacular mountains and jawdropping cliffs falling straight into the ocean below. During this adventure, we'll be camping in the most incredible locations discovered by world-renowned photographers, Daniel Kordan and Max Rive. On our final day, we'll be offering a post-processing masterclass, where you'll learn everything you need to know about location scouting, composition and the secrets of producing photographs just like Daniel and Max. The weather conditions on Senja island are dynamic, so you can bet that we'll be facing wind, rain, storms and sunshine, all of which can be a recipe for mindblowing light. As such, the itinerary will be flexible, to ensure that you'll be able to make the most of what nature has in store for you. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to hike around Senja island with two award-winning guides! Check availability by choosing a date.

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7 days
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7-Day Summer Midnight Sun Photo Workshop in Norway's Lofoten Islands

Witness the magical glow of the Midnight Sun in Norway's Lofoten Islands on this 7-day summer photography workshop! The Midnight Sun is an extraordinary natural phenomenon which occurs north of the Arctic circle during the summer season. It is a time when the sun barely skims the horizon as it sets, before it rises once again to bathe the landscapes in its golden light. The result is a period of 24-hour daylight, which means you'll have all the more time to practice your photography. If you are looking to advance your landscape photography skills in the rugged beauty of nature, then there is no better place to do so than in Lofoten. During this workshop, you'll find yourself basking in the warm rays of sunlight as the fields come alive with wildflowers amidst lush green valleys. Meanwhile, the deep fjords that surround this archipelago in the Norwegian sea will glitter turquoise beneath the sun, set against a spectacular backdrop of mountain peaks framing pristine Arctic beaches. For the duration of this tour, we'll stay up late to capture the magnificent landscapes as sunsets that last for hours blend seamlessly into beautiful sunrises. You'll have an expert photo guide with you at all times to ensure that you'll be at all the right places to take advantage of the lighting conditions, so that you can rest assured that you'll return home with improved skills and a breathtaking portfolio of images. Don't miss out on the summer adventure of a lifetime in Norway's Lofoten Islands! Check availability by choosing a date.

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7 days
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9 days
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5 Day Winter Photo Workshop of Norway's Lofoten Islands

The Lofoten Islands are a photographer's paradise, where rugged fjords meet spectacular snowcapped mountain peaks to create a truly enchanting atmosphere. On this incredible 5 day winter photography tour, we'll explore all of the best sights that this Norwegian archipelago has to offer, unearthing pristine natural treasures by day and chasing the Northern Lights by night. During winter in Lofoten, quaint fishing villages take on a fairytale charm, swathed in glorious white snow and lit by the ethereal Arctic light. The icy fjords seem worlds away from the familiar, while the beaches look like scenes from another planet. The soft golden glow will be perfect for capturing the endless stream of photographic opportunities that will come your way, while the nights will be made all the more exhilarating by the inevitable hunt for the Aurora. Over five magical days, you'll travel to the best locations in the Lofoten Islands for photography. Your photo guide will be by your side throughout the tour, sharing their depth of knowledge with you to ensure that you'll take home amazing photos of this winter wonderland, all while you develop your skills in-field. They'll keep an eye on the conditions and make sure that you'll be at all the right places at the right times to take advantage of the light, including when the Aurora Borealis dances across the night sky. Experience the breathtaking beauty and unique landscapes of the Lofoten Islands on this 5 day photography workshop! Check availability by choosing a date.

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5 days
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7 days
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Jan. - Feb.
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Arctic Photography Expedition to Svalbard

This tour is now Sold Out.  New dates will be announced in our Newsletter. Over 800km north of the Norwegian mainland is the archipelago of Svalbard; an icy, inhospitable wilderness like nothing you will have seen before. This is the end of the world as we know it, and a place where there are more polar bears than people. But despite the climate and remote nature of life this far north, there are many residents perfectly happy to have settled here. So what’s the secret? To find out, this photography tour offers an incredible Arctic experience enjoyed through the lens of your camera. Over the course of eleven unimaginable days we will open your eyes to the pristine landscapes, diverse wildlife, and effortless serenity of Svalbard. This photography expedition coincides with Svalbard’s opening sunset of the season, as the permanent summer sun of the Arctic reluctantly settles just below the horizon for the first time. Early September was a very deliberate choice for our visit. This far north the seasons are dramatic and long-lasting, and the summer sun doesn’t offer good conditions for photography. September marks the end of that extended summer, and this 11-day adventure in the Arctic will take full advantage of light conditions perfect for photography. Colours are more vivid, natural saturation is high, and our images will radiate the clarity and silence we come across at every turn. With incredible light guaranteed, the landscapes and wildlife will provide an array of iconic scenes throughout this photo tour. The landscapes and natural life of Svalbard are dynamic and constantly changing. Because of this we need to be equally flexible. In order to make the most of every possible opportunity, for the duration of this tour we’ll have full use of a private ship. With an experienced crew, local guides, and professional photographers, we’ll glide through the serene Arctic waters in search of perfect pictures. Naturally, our immediate focus will be on the animal kingdom and the wondrous Arctic landscapes. Spitsbergen, where we will be spend much of our time, literally means ‘deep fjords’, which gives you some clue as to what to expect in terms of scenery. Surrounded by muscular mountains, glaciers, and polar bears, we will spend time each day scouting out the best scenes in this ever changing landscape. We will have to make adjustments during the trip, taking into account the ice situation and weather conditions, but having a relatively small group ensures that everyone’s photography prioritees will be taken into account. Another advantage of travelling in a smaller group is increased mobility. Our little ship is unlikely to scare away any of the local wildlife, and it’s agile enough to go where larger vessels can’t. We also have a Zodiac craft that can be launched at a moment’s notice. This will come in handy when we need to navigate through tight spaces to capture the perfect shot, get up close and personal to the animals, or take a quick trip to the shore. Our timetable is more or less free. Ideally we want to go to North Spitsbergen, but in itself that won’t be our goal. The main aim will simply be to venture around the area and get as many stunning shots of the Arctic as we can. We’ll make a point of searching for and shooting polar bears, and with any luck we should also come across fur seals, whales, walruses and arctic foxes. Plans will change according to conditions, and you never know what photographic wonders we might come across. Because of this we will draw up a timetable at the beginning of everyday based on the information we have. One thing’s for sure: You will need your telephoto. 500 mm and 600 mm lenses will be a good choice for a close-up and 300 mm, 70-200 for a long shot and an extender. Arrival & Departure SAS fly regularly to Longyearbyen through Oslo and Tromso. We recommend that you arrive at Longyearbyen at 14:00 on the day before our journey begins. We suggest the following hotels, and ideally we will meet the night before for a meal. Radisson Blu Polar Hotel is one of the biggest, most well-placed hotels in the area. Basecamp Trapper's Hotel is good, colorful and quirky.  Our Ship Our ship, the M/S Malmö, is under the control of a captain and crew with years of experience sailing through Svalbard’s waters.They are also actively working to man responsible expeditions that respect the fragile environment in this part of the world. The exact route of our expeditions will depend on ice, weather conditions, group preferences and wildlife encounters. But having said this, the ship's captain will have the last word on when and where the ship will sail and when it is appropriate to put passengers ashore.

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Duration:
11 days
18Min. age:
18
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Arctic Photography Tour | Sailing Adventure in Svalbard

This tour is now Sold Out.  New dates will be announced in our Newsletter. Join three polar bear experts in this one-of-a-kind expedition — learn about these magnificent and powerful beasts as your guides walk you through the polar bears' biology to their conservation status, and how to safely travel in polar bear country. September is a serene, spectacular and magical time in Svalbard. It’s the time when the nights start to get longer, little by little and day by day — which means you'll see many morning and evening hours of quiet and breathtaking golden light that the region does not see in the summer. And because this season also means that winter is close, you'll also have some days with some snowfall, which adds an additional element to Svalbard's already amazing natural sceneries. September is also a significant month for Svalbard's wildlife: Arctic foxes begin to change into their winter furs, and most of the mammals and the birds have already left their mating and breeding cycles behind during the past summer. The former will be readying themselves for hibernation or fattening themselves up for the leaner winter months — the Svalbard reindeers, for example, will have bulked up significantly and are more imposing to look at and photograph. Birds, on the other hand, will be flocking up to begin their migratory flight to warmer climates, or will have left some weeks earlier. One of Svalbard's most popular wildlife attractions are the polar bears, which are present all throughout the year. September will have most cubs born within the year still spending their time with their mothers, but you may also encounter three-year-olds that are already independent, but due to their youth, are extra inquisitive and curious about things. More often than not, you'll also encounter bears scattered throughout the ice, as they are usually stranded on shore during the summer months. Also in September, visitors can enjoy multiple sightings of Fin, Minke, Humpback and Blue whales, which frequent Svalbard's waters to feed. Harp seals and white-beaked dolphins are also frequent visitors to Svalbard's waters, along with large groups of walruses. For the majority of our time in Svalbard, you will be in a small but sturdy ship especially built to stand the icy waters and brave the elements. You will be steered to the best positions for wildlife and landscape photography, as well as for our excursions on land. You will also experience walking on the icy tundra, where natural vistas abound, as well as encounters with reindeer, the geese and arctic terns. More photo opportunities to capture images of Svalbard's wildlife and landscape will also be available to you as we traverse the Zodiacs. What sets this journey apart is that it's always a different experience every time. Itineraries and even routes vary, depending on what the best opportunities your guides can find for you, as weather and wildlife conditions are also always changing. You guides and instructors will provide a daily schedule guaranteed to maximize your photographic opportunities, utilizing their skills and experience to deliver the best experience possible for participants. All you need to bring is are an open mind, your gear, and your adventurous spirit, and you're all set to enjoy this unique and exciting journey. Bråsvellbreen Two words: Ice waterfalls. This is considered to be the longest ice wall, and the time of your visit will be when numerous waterfalls pour off its walls in several different places. It's truly a sight to see. Kongsfjorden Bearded and ringed seals as well as bird colonies are the highlight of this area, which is a scenic fjord complex where you may also be given several opportunities for shore landings. Seven islands More wildlife in this area, but this time, it will be encounters with polar bears and walruses. Needless to say, the northernmost part of Svalbard is also studded with natural sights and landscapes. NW Spitsbergen It’s a glacial paradise here, with numerous mountain peaks, islands and islets, where you will also enjoy many sightings of beluga whales, polar bears, walruses, and harbour seals. There are also several species of birds in the area. Hinlopenstretet The amazing vertical cliff face in the Hinlopenstretet strait in Svalbard is not only a majestic sight to see and photograph, but it is also home to the largest accessible auk colony in the world. It is also a place where frequent sightings of large baleen whales and walruses occur. Liefdefjorden More amazing landscapes and wildlife abound in Liefdefjorden, as we sail through the golden light and enjoy sightings of polar bears, numerous bird species, as well as beluga and minke whales.
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10 days
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A Norwegian Winter Fairytale

Pristine snow, enchanting fishing villages and extraordinary landscapes.

7-Day Lofoten Islands Winter Photo Tour

7-Day Lofoten Islands Winter Photo Tour

Join this brilliant 7-day photo tour of Lofoten Islands, the jewel in Norway’s scenic crown, and earn yourself an incredible portfolio showcasing the very best in landscape photography. This wild, untamed cluster of islands is a photography paradise; an imposing collection of jaw-dropping natural sights,...

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3 Day Winter Photo Workshop of Norway's Lofoten Islands
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3 Day Winter Photo Workshop of Norway's Lofoten Islands

Uncover the enchanting beauty of the Lofoten Islands on this 3 day winter photography tour! This archipelago of Norwegian islands is home to a number of fairytale locations for photography. You'll experience the very best of sights on this whirlwind adventure as you travel across Moskenesøya,...

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5 Day Winter Photo Workshop of Norway's Lofoten Islands
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5 Day Winter Photo Workshop of Norway's Lofoten Islands

The Lofoten Islands are a photographer's paradise, where rugged fjords meet spectacular snowcapped mountain peaks to create a truly enchanting atmosphere. On this incredible 5 day winter photography tour, we'll explore all of the best sights that this Norwegian archipelago has to offer, unearthing...

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9-Day Winter Photo Workshop in the Lofoten Islands of Norway
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9-Day Winter Photo Workshop in the Lofoten Islands of Norway

Experience the magical fairytale surrounds of the Lofoten Islands on this enchanting 9-day winter photography workshop! This extraordinary archipelago of islands is situated in the Norwegian sea and is connected by a series of tunnels and bridges. Characterised by towering mountain peaks, majestic...

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The Magic of Summer in Norway

Experience 24 hours of daylight beneath the Midnight Sun.

7-Day Senja Summer Hiking Photo Tour
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7-Day Senja Summer Hiking Photo Tour

Experience the wild and mountainous landscape of Senja island on this 7-day summer photography workshop in Norway! Situated far above the Arctic Circle, this beautiful island is a paradise for landscape photographers, where jaw-dropping scenery shines beneath the glory of the Midnight Sun during the...

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7-Day Summer Midnight Sun Photo Workshop in Norway's Lofoten Islands
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7-Day Summer Midnight Sun Photo Workshop in Norway's Lofoten Islands

Witness the magical glow of the Midnight Sun in Norway's Lofoten Islands on this 7-day summer photography workshop! The Midnight Sun is an extraordinary natural phenomenon which occurs north of the Arctic circle during the summer season. It is a time when the sun barely skims the horizon as it sets,...

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8 Day Fjords of Western Norway Photography Tour

8 Day Fjords of Western Norway Photography Tour

Explore the world famous Norwegian fjords on this 8-day photography workshop high above the Arctic Circle! This small group adventure will take you into the heart of Norway's most stunning scenery, where snowcapped mountains tower majestically over spectacular waterways. Along the way, you'll...

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Misty Mountains of Norway Hiking & Camping Adventure
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Misty Mountains of Norway Hiking & Camping Adventure

Join us on a hiking and backpacking small-group adventure in the magical mountainous landscapes of Norway! This incredible photography workshop will take you to the hair-raising peaks and summits of the Misty Mountains, where iconic scenery swathed in layers of fog, cascading waterfalls, boreal forests,...

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Arctic Photography Expedition to Svalbard
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Arctic Photography Expedition to Svalbard

This tour is now Sold Out.  New dates will be announced in our Newsletter. Over 800km north of the Norwegian mainland is the archipelago of Svalbard; an icy, inhospitable wilderness like nothing you will have seen before. This is the end of the world as we know it, and a place where there are more polar...

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Arctic Photography Tour | Sailing Adventure in Svalbard
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Arctic Photography Tour | Sailing Adventure in Svalbard

This tour is now Sold Out.  New dates will be announced in our Newsletter. Join three polar bear experts in this one-of-a-kind expedition — learn about these magnificent and powerful beasts as your guides walk you through the polar bears' biology to their conservation status, and how to safely travel...

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9 Day Photography Voyage to Spitsbergen in Svalbard

9 Day Photography Voyage to Spitsbergen in Svalbard

Join us on an incredible photography tour to the remote, Arctic archipelago of Svalbard with photography expert, Rayann Elzein. Step onboard a small expedition motor-yacht to discover and photograph the landscapes and wildlife of Svalbard.  On this 9-day small expedition vessel voyage, we will depart...

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Frequently Asked Questions

About Norway

When should I visit? Will I be able to see the Northern Lights? We made a list of the top questions about our photo tours in Norway and answered them below.

1. What is there to photograph in Norway?

Norway is a beautiful country with some of the best natural scenery on the planet! There is a lot to photograph here, from mountainous landscapes to stunning fjords, extraordinary wildlife and of course, the Northern Lights. Check out our Ultimate Photography Guide to the Lofoten Islands of Norway to see a sample of what's on offer.

2. Is there always snow in Norway?

While some of the mountains in Norway will be snowcapped throughout the year, there is not always snow everywhere. Norway experiences the seasons like many other places on Earth. Autumn is one of the best times to visit, when the landscape takes on the earthen hues of fall.

3. Do I need a visa to travel to Norway?

Depending on where you are from, you may or may not need a visa to travel to Norway. It is always best to check with your nearest embassy before you travel. Please note that visa processing times may vary, so make sure to allow enough time to receive your visa before you make further travel arrangements.

4. What language is spoken in Norway?

The Norwegian language is the most widely spoken in Norway. Other official languages include Sami and Kven. However, most Norwegians speak English, so you won't have much difficulty with communication.

5. What currency is used?

The Norwegian krone is the currency of Norway. It is a good idea to bring a little bit of cash with you, just in case. There are some supermarkets and gas stations which will only accept cash.

6. Are credit cards accepted in Norway?

Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in Norway, including Visa, Mastercard, Diners Club and American Express.

7. Is Norway a safe place to travel?

Norway is ranked 9th of the world's safest countries. It is a very safe place to travel, though you should still be wary of pickpockets and other petty crime in larger cities.

8. What should I pack for my photo tour in Norway?

The weather in Norway can be very dynamic. One minute, it may be sunny and warm, then raining or snowing the next. As such, it is best to pack for all conditions and to wear layers. You should also bring some waterproof and windproof clothing with you, to ensure that you'll be comfortable no matter what kind of weather there is, even during the summer in Norway!

9. How much daylight will there be?

In summer, Norway experiences a phenomenon known as the Midnight Sun. This is when the country has 24 hours of daylight. In winter, the polar night takes over, meaning that there are 24 hours of darkness. Depending on when you visit during winter, there may be a few hours of daylight to work with. If you'd like to make the most of the summer light, then check out our Senja hiking photo tour!

10. When should I travel to see the Northern Lights in Norway?

The Northern Lights are visible from September through to April in Norway. Join our Tromso Aurora Hunting Photo Tour or 7 Day Lofoten Islands Winter Photo Tour for the best chance to photograph them dancing over breathtaking landscapes!

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