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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Frequently asked questions

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.