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Midnightsun Sea Safari

2 hours


Local Guides

895 kr

Midnight Sun Sea Safari

The midnight sun is an amazing natural phenomenon that can be experienced summertime, north of the Arctic Circle.

When the midnight sun has moved to its lowest over the horizon, you will see breathtaking colors in the magnificent landscape that has made Lofoten the popular destination it is.

​This beautiful journey starts from Svolvær. It will bring you to historical places such as Oddvær, Kjeppsøy, Skjoldvær, Haversand, Brettesnes, Haverdalen and Grundstad, in addition to Skrova. From our positions you will see the midnight sun going down behind the Lofoten wall.

On our trips, not only the midnight sun is in the focus. Experience and storytelling is also a vital part of the concept. In fact, you could argue this trip is a walk trough history from start to finish.

We believe we have that ability because our roots are deeply connected to Lofoten. And because we are a family based company with continuity in what we do and the way we think. – Which is to create unforgettable memories for the curious.

We always bring a fish or two to get the Sea Eagle up close. The chance to meet the Sea Eagle on this trip is as great as on our Sea Eagle Safari to Trollfjord.

Starting this summer, we would like to give money back to the person that takes the nicest photo and tag our instagram account when posting. Alternatively, share the photo with us by email.

Practical information


Depature from Sjømannsgata 5, Svolvær
Attendance 30 minutes before depature.


2 hours


Adult: NOK 895
Children: NOK 500

Additional information:

This trip has daily departures for booking between June 20th and July 31st. We do trips on request all year round.

Safety is our highest priority. If you are pregnant or have significant back problems, this trip is not recommended. If that’s the case for you, note that we have other trips that are safer for you. Feel free to contact us anytime. We always give our honest opinion, regardless.

Safety equipment, gloves and balaclava are provided, but we recommend wearing additional warm clothes when the temperature is not great.

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