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Bodø: RIB to Saltstraumen with a sea eagle safari

Bodø: RIB to Saltstraumen with a sea eagle safari

Duration 2h Difficulty Easy Age 6+ Prices from 1095,- About the trip Rib trip/zodiac tour to Saltstraumen and sea eagle sfari Saltstraumen is a must-do adventure in Bodø. In one package you can experience the world’s strongest tidal current, white-tailed eagle (sea eagle) safari and sea rafing. Saltstraumen is at its stronges four times per day- Based on theese times we will take you there in a rib/zodiac. -An adventure you won't forget. This is an exciting and fun trip designed for the whole family. What is Saltstraumen? Saltstraumen is one of the Wild Wonders of Europe. Every six hours up to 400 million cubic meters of sea water forces it way through the 150m narrow strait. The current can gain speed up to 20 knots, which can create whirlpools up to 10m in diameter- An attarction you should not miss when visitng Bodø. Sea eagle safari and sightseeing The white-tailed eagle is Northern Europe’s largest bird of prey and their wing span can get up to 2,4m. We make several stops on our way to Saltstraumen, where we tell you about the surroundings and focus on getting a close-up encounter with the eagles. So don’t forget to bring a camera! The skippers are known in the area and will tell intersting stories connected to the Bodø area and will gladly answer any questions during the trip.

Oslo: eSIM Internet Data Plan for Norway high-speed 4G/5G

Oslo: eSIM Internet Data Plan for Norway high-speed 4G/5G

Discover the culture and landscapes of Norway without missing a beat. This eSIM service ensures that you stay connected with high-speed data, whether you're witnessing the awe-inspiring Northern Lights, exploring the dramatic scenery of the fjords, or discovering the vibrant city of Oslo. Select the package that best suits your travel plans and, following the purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can use with your eSIM-compatible device. Activate the eSIM and you're you're good to go during your Norwegian adventure. Throughout your trip, you'll be able to use all of your usual online services and apps and stay connected with family, friends, and colleagues.

eSIM for Norway - Data Plan

eSIM for Norway - Data Plan

Operating hours (UTC+2 timezone based and subject to daylight savings): Weekdays from 8 A.M to 2 P.M Weekends from 8 A.M to 4 P.M EMAIL DELIVERY - READY TO CONNECT - PREPAID - NO CONTRACT -One time prepaid package. No auto-renewals, no contracts. -Full data speeds - no daily limits, no throttling. -Mobile hotspot is supported. -Validity of product and it's services will start on the same day your booking does. -Our service comes with direct billing - what you see is what you get. With no hidden charges or additional costs. -Usable only with eSIM compatible devices which are not locked by carrier/network provider(having no SIM restrictions). For iPhone devices you can check by going to Settings->General section->Tap “About”, read next to “SIM-Lock”, “Carrier Lock” or “Network Provider Lock”. For android devices(Samsung used for example) you can check by going to Settings->Connections->Mobile Networks->Network Operators->Turn off “Select Automatically”, wait for a bit. If you see a list of multiple different available networks then your phone is unlocked, otherwise it's locked and incompatible. -Internet speed depends on the eSIM product offer you've purchased, network coverage in country/region you are located, your device's specs and settings. Usually when 5G speed is not available the eSIM will provide 4G LTE network connection. Our customer support operates mainly through Whatsapp application & emails. Our team is ready to assist you with any inquiries or technical difficulties you may encounter throughout your trip. Don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!

Norwegian Coastal Cities: Smartphone Audio Guide App

Norwegian Coastal Cities: Smartphone Audio Guide App

After booking you receive a separate Email from us with the instructions on how to install the app and the guide! You can ignore the "Ticket" Email from Get Your Guide. Please also check your spam-folder for our Email and please get in touch with us if something does not work! Available in English and German language. Explore the cities along the Norwegian coast individually and in your own pace, while still getting the information of an experienced tour guide on your smartphone. The Hurtigruten and Havila Kystruten mailboats call at 34 ports along the Norwegian coast. There is plenty of time for a walking tour in the larger towns. Explore the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund, the old Norwegian capital Trondheim, Bodø, the Arctic capital Tromsø, Kirkenes, Hammerfest and Svolvær on the Lofoten Islands on extended city tours and shorter walks. In Alesund you will learn interesting facts about the great city fire and the reconstruction in Art Nouveau style. Nidaros Cathedral is certainly the highlight of the tour of Trondheim. But the historic workers' quarter Bakklandet and the former harbour area Nedre Elvehavn are also worth seeing. Somewhat bizarre is the world's only bicycle lift. Tromsoe was the starting point of Arctic expeditions for a long time. Today, the Polar Museum takes visitors back to the time of the Norwegian polar explorers Amundsen and Nansen. The famous Mack Oil Halls entice visitors to sample beer in what was once the world's northernmost brewery.

Norway/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Norway/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Norway hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Norway and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Downtown Bodo: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

Downtown Bodo: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

Once a remote port with only 55 registered residents in 1816, Bodo rose to international fame less than a hundred years later when a smuggling fiasco in the small town became the catalyst that dissolved Norway’s union with Sweden. Join me on this walking tour where you’ll see the city’s main attractions and hear its sometimes controversial history. You’ll make your way through the city’s downtown area to a jetty that’ll give you a clear view of the small but important Nyholmen Skandse fortress, located in the middle of the port. Along the way, you’ll see where Soviet spy, Selmer Nilsen, hid in the Norrona hotel to monitor aviation traffic during the Cold War. It was during this tense period that Krushchev threatened to obliterate Bodo after American pilot, Francis Gary Powers, was captured while flying through Soviet territory en route to the city. It’s not all doom and gloom on this tour. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit Bodo cathedral where, if you’re lucky, you’ll hear the carillon chiming, and to stroll down the glass-covered Glasshuset shopping street. I’ll tell you about the majestic Norwegian coastliner, the Gamle Salten and show you the city’s beloved Stormen Concert Hall. You’ll hear the answers to questions like: • Who was Anna Benoni, what was her motto, and why is there a park dedicated to her? • How did a lucky lunch break save the port manager, Ragnar Tonder, from a fire aboard the M.S Erling Jarl? • Why is the city’s concert hall called Stormen and which famous performances have been held there? • How are the Norwegian delicacies Sursild and Stockfish made? • Where can you buy fresh shrimp in Bodo? • Why did the artist Tony Cragg place his untitled sculptures along a dock on the edge of the Norwegian sea? So join me for this one-hour stroll as I lead you through the highs and lows of Bodo’s hidden history. Or, take your time to savour the local secrets that I’ll point out along our route.

Bodø: Kjerringøy & Nordfjord Cruise

Bodø: Kjerringøy & Nordfjord Cruise

As we depart from Bodø we sail along the rugged coastline around Bodø. On the way we can admire the stunning mountain on Landegode as well as the picturesque narrow beach of Hovsundet. We sail into Mistfjorden, which at times does its name justice. Towards the end of the fjord it splits into two and we enter the narrow arm of Nordfjorden where mountains up to 800 meters rise high above us on either side. We continue to Kjerringøy where we will step on land and make a 10 minute stroll through a wonderful lush bit of forest to breathtaking Kjerringøy Handelssted. This 19th century trading post has several well preserved buildings, including several beautiful old wooden boats. Roam around the open air museum and imagine what life would be like here 200 years ago. On the way back to Bodø, you can purchase something to eat or drink and enjoy the unobstructed views over Vestfjorden.

Bodø: Trail challenge with electric mountainbike

Bodø: Trail challenge with electric mountainbike

A moderately challenging trip with electric full suspension mountainbikes takes you from the city's asphalt to a wonderful nature experience. We start in the city center and ride towards Maskinisten and the outbacks. It is a moderate effort from there up to peak Keiservarden at 360 meters above sea level. Once at the top, we follow a nice trail with magnificent views from Sweden in the east to Lofoten in the west. A challenge awaits with a narrow path on the first descent before it turns into a pleasant forest road. We adjust the degree of difficulty of the trip with the choice of route - and if it gets a bit difficult somewhere, just get off the bike a few steps. Satisfaction guaranteed! Meeting point is at Radisson Blu Hotel, Storgata 2. Entrance from Moloveien marked "Royal Arkaden", first door to the left.

Bodø: Arctic Light Cruise

Bodø: Arctic Light Cruise

As the sun dips towards the horizon, we embark on an adventure onto Vestfjorden and the Norwegian sea aboard our purpose built hybrid-electric catamaran. As you journey under the endless light of the midnight sun, our knowledgeable English-speaking guide will illuminate the secrets of this remarkable phenomenon. Learn about the unique natural wonders that thrive in Norway's northernmost reaches and the fascinating folklore that surrounds the land of the midnight sun. The area is filled with cultural heritage and history dating back to the stone age. *Note! On this tour we may visit Saltstraumen. However the tidal current is dependable on the the tide and is only at its strongest 4 times a day. The exact time changes every day and so we can not guarantee a strong current during our tour.

Self-Guided Meander in Norway: Downtown Bodo Audio Tour

Self-Guided Meander in Norway: Downtown Bodo Audio Tour

Join this walking tour where you’ll see the city’s main attractions and hear its sometimes controversial history. You'll hear about interesting places and people as you meander through the streets of Bodo. Once a remote port with only 55 registered residents in 1816, Bodo rose to international fame less than a hundred years later when a smuggling fiasco in the small town became the catalyst that dissolved Norway’s union with Sweden. During the tour, you’ll make your way through the city’s downtown area to a jetty that’ll give you a clear view of the small but important Nyholmen Skandse fortress, located in the middle of the port. Along the way, you’ll see where Soviet spy, Selmer Nilsen, hid in the Norrona hotel to monitor aviation traffic during the Cold War. It was during this tense period that Krushchev threatened to obliterate Bodo after American pilot, Francis Gary Powers, was captured while flying through Soviet territory en route to the city. It’s not all doom and gloom on this tour. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit Bodo cathedral where, if you’re lucky, you’ll hear the carillon chiming, and to stroll down the glass-covered Glasshuset shopping street. You'll hear about the majestic Norwegian coastliner, the Gamle Salten and be shown the city’s beloved Stormen Concert Hall. You’ll hear the answers to questions like: • Who was Anna Benoni, what was her motto, and why is there a park dedicated to her? • How did a lucky lunch break save the port manager, Ragnar Tonder, from a fire aboard the M.S Erling Jarl? • Why is the city’s concert hall called Stormen and which famous performances have been held there? • How are the Norwegian delicacies Sursild and Stockfish made? • Where can you buy fresh shrimp in Bodo? • Why did the artist Tony Cragg place his untitled sculptures along a dock on the edge of the Norwegian sea? Join this one-hour stroll as you're lead you through the highs and lows of Bodo’s hidden history. Or, take your time to savour the local secrets that will be pointed out along the route.

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Our most recommended Bodø Outdoor sports

Bodø: RIB to Saltstraumen with a sea eagle safari

Bodø: RIB to Saltstraumen with a sea eagle safari

Duration 2h Difficulty Easy Age 6+ Prices from 1095,- About the trip Rib trip/zodiac tour to Saltstraumen and sea eagle sfari Saltstraumen is a must-do adventure in Bodø. In one package you can experience the world’s strongest tidal current, white-tailed eagle (sea eagle) safari and sea rafing. Saltstraumen is at its stronges four times per day- Based on theese times we will take you there in a rib/zodiac. -An adventure you won't forget. This is an exciting and fun trip designed for the whole family. What is Saltstraumen? Saltstraumen is one of the Wild Wonders of Europe. Every six hours up to 400 million cubic meters of sea water forces it way through the 150m narrow strait. The current can gain speed up to 20 knots, which can create whirlpools up to 10m in diameter- An attarction you should not miss when visitng Bodø. Sea eagle safari and sightseeing The white-tailed eagle is Northern Europe’s largest bird of prey and their wing span can get up to 2,4m. We make several stops on our way to Saltstraumen, where we tell you about the surroundings and focus on getting a close-up encounter with the eagles. So don’t forget to bring a camera! The skippers are known in the area and will tell intersting stories connected to the Bodø area and will gladly answer any questions during the trip.

Oslo: eSIM Internet Data Plan for Norway high-speed 4G/5G

Oslo: eSIM Internet Data Plan for Norway high-speed 4G/5G

Discover the culture and landscapes of Norway without missing a beat. This eSIM service ensures that you stay connected with high-speed data, whether you're witnessing the awe-inspiring Northern Lights, exploring the dramatic scenery of the fjords, or discovering the vibrant city of Oslo. Select the package that best suits your travel plans and, following the purchase, you'll receive a QR code that you can use with your eSIM-compatible device. Activate the eSIM and you're you're good to go during your Norwegian adventure. Throughout your trip, you'll be able to use all of your usual online services and apps and stay connected with family, friends, and colleagues.

eSIM for Norway - Data Plan

eSIM for Norway - Data Plan

Operating hours (UTC+2 timezone based and subject to daylight savings): Weekdays from 8 A.M to 2 P.M Weekends from 8 A.M to 4 P.M EMAIL DELIVERY - READY TO CONNECT - PREPAID - NO CONTRACT -One time prepaid package. No auto-renewals, no contracts. -Full data speeds - no daily limits, no throttling. -Mobile hotspot is supported. -Validity of product and it's services will start on the same day your booking does. -Our service comes with direct billing - what you see is what you get. With no hidden charges or additional costs. -Usable only with eSIM compatible devices which are not locked by carrier/network provider(having no SIM restrictions). For iPhone devices you can check by going to Settings->General section->Tap “About”, read next to “SIM-Lock”, “Carrier Lock” or “Network Provider Lock”. For android devices(Samsung used for example) you can check by going to Settings->Connections->Mobile Networks->Network Operators->Turn off “Select Automatically”, wait for a bit. If you see a list of multiple different available networks then your phone is unlocked, otherwise it's locked and incompatible. -Internet speed depends on the eSIM product offer you've purchased, network coverage in country/region you are located, your device's specs and settings. Usually when 5G speed is not available the eSIM will provide 4G LTE network connection. Our customer support operates mainly through Whatsapp application & emails. Our team is ready to assist you with any inquiries or technical difficulties you may encounter throughout your trip. Don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!

Norwegian Coastal Cities: Smartphone Audio Guide App

Norwegian Coastal Cities: Smartphone Audio Guide App

After booking you receive a separate Email from us with the instructions on how to install the app and the guide! You can ignore the "Ticket" Email from Get Your Guide. Please also check your spam-folder for our Email and please get in touch with us if something does not work! Available in English and German language. Explore the cities along the Norwegian coast individually and in your own pace, while still getting the information of an experienced tour guide on your smartphone. The Hurtigruten and Havila Kystruten mailboats call at 34 ports along the Norwegian coast. There is plenty of time for a walking tour in the larger towns. Explore the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund, the old Norwegian capital Trondheim, Bodø, the Arctic capital Tromsø, Kirkenes, Hammerfest and Svolvær on the Lofoten Islands on extended city tours and shorter walks. In Alesund you will learn interesting facts about the great city fire and the reconstruction in Art Nouveau style. Nidaros Cathedral is certainly the highlight of the tour of Trondheim. But the historic workers' quarter Bakklandet and the former harbour area Nedre Elvehavn are also worth seeing. Somewhat bizarre is the world's only bicycle lift. Tromsoe was the starting point of Arctic expeditions for a long time. Today, the Polar Museum takes visitors back to the time of the Norwegian polar explorers Amundsen and Nansen. The famous Mack Oil Halls entice visitors to sample beer in what was once the world's northernmost brewery.

Norway/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Norway/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Norway hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Norway and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Downtown Bodo: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

Downtown Bodo: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

Once a remote port with only 55 registered residents in 1816, Bodo rose to international fame less than a hundred years later when a smuggling fiasco in the small town became the catalyst that dissolved Norway’s union with Sweden. Join me on this walking tour where you’ll see the city’s main attractions and hear its sometimes controversial history. You’ll make your way through the city’s downtown area to a jetty that’ll give you a clear view of the small but important Nyholmen Skandse fortress, located in the middle of the port. Along the way, you’ll see where Soviet spy, Selmer Nilsen, hid in the Norrona hotel to monitor aviation traffic during the Cold War. It was during this tense period that Krushchev threatened to obliterate Bodo after American pilot, Francis Gary Powers, was captured while flying through Soviet territory en route to the city. It’s not all doom and gloom on this tour. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit Bodo cathedral where, if you’re lucky, you’ll hear the carillon chiming, and to stroll down the glass-covered Glasshuset shopping street. I’ll tell you about the majestic Norwegian coastliner, the Gamle Salten and show you the city’s beloved Stormen Concert Hall. You’ll hear the answers to questions like: • Who was Anna Benoni, what was her motto, and why is there a park dedicated to her? • How did a lucky lunch break save the port manager, Ragnar Tonder, from a fire aboard the M.S Erling Jarl? • Why is the city’s concert hall called Stormen and which famous performances have been held there? • How are the Norwegian delicacies Sursild and Stockfish made? • Where can you buy fresh shrimp in Bodo? • Why did the artist Tony Cragg place his untitled sculptures along a dock on the edge of the Norwegian sea? So join me for this one-hour stroll as I lead you through the highs and lows of Bodo’s hidden history. Or, take your time to savour the local secrets that I’ll point out along our route.

Bodø: Kjerringøy & Nordfjord Cruise

Bodø: Kjerringøy & Nordfjord Cruise

As we depart from Bodø we sail along the rugged coastline around Bodø. On the way we can admire the stunning mountain on Landegode as well as the picturesque narrow beach of Hovsundet. We sail into Mistfjorden, which at times does its name justice. Towards the end of the fjord it splits into two and we enter the narrow arm of Nordfjorden where mountains up to 800 meters rise high above us on either side. We continue to Kjerringøy where we will step on land and make a 10 minute stroll through a wonderful lush bit of forest to breathtaking Kjerringøy Handelssted. This 19th century trading post has several well preserved buildings, including several beautiful old wooden boats. Roam around the open air museum and imagine what life would be like here 200 years ago. On the way back to Bodø, you can purchase something to eat or drink and enjoy the unobstructed views over Vestfjorden.

Bodø: Trail challenge with electric mountainbike

Bodø: Trail challenge with electric mountainbike

A moderately challenging trip with electric full suspension mountainbikes takes you from the city's asphalt to a wonderful nature experience. We start in the city center and ride towards Maskinisten and the outbacks. It is a moderate effort from there up to peak Keiservarden at 360 meters above sea level. Once at the top, we follow a nice trail with magnificent views from Sweden in the east to Lofoten in the west. A challenge awaits with a narrow path on the first descent before it turns into a pleasant forest road. We adjust the degree of difficulty of the trip with the choice of route - and if it gets a bit difficult somewhere, just get off the bike a few steps. Satisfaction guaranteed! Meeting point is at Radisson Blu Hotel, Storgata 2. Entrance from Moloveien marked "Royal Arkaden", first door to the left.

Bodø: Arctic Light Cruise

Bodø: Arctic Light Cruise

As the sun dips towards the horizon, we embark on an adventure onto Vestfjorden and the Norwegian sea aboard our purpose built hybrid-electric catamaran. As you journey under the endless light of the midnight sun, our knowledgeable English-speaking guide will illuminate the secrets of this remarkable phenomenon. Learn about the unique natural wonders that thrive in Norway's northernmost reaches and the fascinating folklore that surrounds the land of the midnight sun. The area is filled with cultural heritage and history dating back to the stone age. *Note! On this tour we may visit Saltstraumen. However the tidal current is dependable on the the tide and is only at its strongest 4 times a day. The exact time changes every day and so we can not guarantee a strong current during our tour.

Self-Guided Meander in Norway: Downtown Bodo Audio Tour

Self-Guided Meander in Norway: Downtown Bodo Audio Tour

Join this walking tour where you’ll see the city’s main attractions and hear its sometimes controversial history. You'll hear about interesting places and people as you meander through the streets of Bodo. Once a remote port with only 55 registered residents in 1816, Bodo rose to international fame less than a hundred years later when a smuggling fiasco in the small town became the catalyst that dissolved Norway’s union with Sweden. During the tour, you’ll make your way through the city’s downtown area to a jetty that’ll give you a clear view of the small but important Nyholmen Skandse fortress, located in the middle of the port. Along the way, you’ll see where Soviet spy, Selmer Nilsen, hid in the Norrona hotel to monitor aviation traffic during the Cold War. It was during this tense period that Krushchev threatened to obliterate Bodo after American pilot, Francis Gary Powers, was captured while flying through Soviet territory en route to the city. It’s not all doom and gloom on this tour. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit Bodo cathedral where, if you’re lucky, you’ll hear the carillon chiming, and to stroll down the glass-covered Glasshuset shopping street. You'll hear about the majestic Norwegian coastliner, the Gamle Salten and be shown the city’s beloved Stormen Concert Hall. You’ll hear the answers to questions like: • Who was Anna Benoni, what was her motto, and why is there a park dedicated to her? • How did a lucky lunch break save the port manager, Ragnar Tonder, from a fire aboard the M.S Erling Jarl? • Why is the city’s concert hall called Stormen and which famous performances have been held there? • How are the Norwegian delicacies Sursild and Stockfish made? • Where can you buy fresh shrimp in Bodo? • Why did the artist Tony Cragg place his untitled sculptures along a dock on the edge of the Norwegian sea? Join this one-hour stroll as you're lead you through the highs and lows of Bodo’s hidden history. Or, take your time to savour the local secrets that will be pointed out along the route.

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