Live as the natives do in the mountains, with a bit more luxury added.
Spend the night in our exclusive tents located in an almost fairytale-like valley, 4o minutes drive from the center of Tromsø.
Here you can enjoy comfortable of beds, gaze up and enjoying the stars and northern lights dancing above you.
All our tents have panoramic windows. Our tents are built to withstand snow blizzards. It is truly an experience of a lifetime!
All the tents have an oven which ensures a warm and cozy atmosphere even on the coldest winter nights. The beds are of the highest quality and comfort, with soft, warm duvets. You can also relax in one of the two lambskin chairs. Here you can sit and relax with coffee, hot chocolate, tea or fresh fruit from the minibar.
The tents are named after famous Norwegian explorers
In honour of our most famous explorers we have named all our tents at the camp after norwegians that set our tiny, but beautyful country on the map of great expeditions and journeys once achieved.
North Tour have of course made the experience a lot more exclusive, but what has not changed is the real and exquisite northern nature we have here in Norway.
A Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate. In his youth he was a champion skier and ice skater. He led the team that made the first crossing of the Greenland interior in 1888, traversing the island on cross-country skis. He won international fame after reaching a record northern latitude of 86°14′ during his North Pole expedition of 1893–96.
Notable for his Kon-Tiki expedition in 1947, in which he sailed 8,000 km (5,000 mi) across the Pacific Ocean in a hand-built raft from South America to the Tuamotu Islands.
A Norwegian explorer of polar regions. As the leader of the Antarctic expedition of 1910–12, which was the first to reach the South Pole, on 14 December 1911.
A Norwegian military officer and polar scientist. From 1923, he was the first president of the Norwegian Maritime Museum. Isachsen was topographer on Otto Sverdrup's Fram expedition to the Arctic archipelago.
A Norwegian sailor and Arctic explorer. Sverdrup joined Fridtjof Nansen's expedition of 1888 across Greenland. In 1892 he was an advisor to Fridtjof Nansen when the ship Fram was built. In 1893 Sverdrup was given command of the ship, and in 1895 he was left in charge of it while Nansen attempted to reach the North Pole. Sverdrup managed to free the ship from the ice near Svalbard in August 1896 and sailed to Skjervøy, arriving just 4 days after Nansen had reached Norway.