Scenery & Huskies (Tromsø)

Experience North Norwegian nature at its best on this excursion to the Tromsø Wilderness Centre on Kvaløya Island near Tromsø.

  • View the magnificent scenery in and around Tromsø and nearby Kvaløya island.
  • Visit the Tromsø Wilderness Centre and meet its happy huskies and pups.
  • Go on a guided nature walk in the area surrounding the Wilderness Centre.
  • Enjoy a hot drink and slice of homemade cake served in a traditional Sàmi lavvo (teepee).
  • Direction

    Northbound direction

  • Season

    Autumn, Spring, Summer

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: For everyone

  • Duration

    3 hours 30 min

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  • Max. passengers


  • Booking code


  • From

    119 €

  • Notices

    There is no guide on the bus

Tromsø Wilderness Centre on Kvaløya Island is situated in a scenic area with views of the ocean and mountains. Here you will meet more than 250 huskies and puppies. The center’s founder, Tove Sørensen, counts over 30 years of experience with dog sledging racing. Her participation in the Idiatrod, the world longest dog sled race was honored with the “Most Inspirational Musher” Award and she is the first woman ever to start more than 20 times in the world second longest race, Finnmarksløpet. On this tour, you can learn about the world of competitive dog sledding, Husky breeding and care and even see a movie about her journey through Finnmarksløpet.

Afterwards you may join the Wilderness Centre’s guide in exploring the plant and bird life around the centre, before meeting back in the traditional Sámi lavvo (tent) for a hot drink and a slice of cake.

Practical Information

  • Disembarking port: Tromsø
  • Embarking port: Tromsø
  • Southbound or Northbound: Northbound
  • Approximate arrival/departure times: 14:30 - 18:00
  • Available period: 18 May - 04 November
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Meals on the trip: Coffee/tea and cake
  • Clothes/Footwear: Comfortable shoes, warm and windproof clothing
  • Note: There is no guide on the bus

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