Ecotourism in Norway
Norway is often held up as an example to the rest of the ecotourism industry, and prides itself on its green credentials.
Many of the tours you can do through the fjords and mountains are built on the ideals of sustainability and experiencing nature as it should be, unspoilt and untouched. By taking a tour through Norway, you can enjoy the dual satisfaction of a wilderness experience and a eco-friendly holiday.
"Activities such as hiking, kayaking and skiing are some of the most popular things to do in the fjords."
Activities such as hiking, kayaking and skiing are some of the most popular things to do in the fjords. Heading into the north you can visit Lofoten. From mid-October to mid-January, you can embark on a nature safari to try and catch a glimpse of sea eagles, seals and killer whales.
Staying active and green is a hallmark of a holiday in Lofoten and Norway. Golf, hiking, biking, rafting and kayaking all feature highly on the agenda. Other activities from Lofoten include seeing the northern lights, fishing and the Lofotr Viking Museum.