Southern Norway is the home of the Norwegian summer and is known for a rocky coastline and small villages with white wooden houses, a changing landscape from the open coast trough forests to the high wild mountains. It is also known for marvellous fjords and beautiful towns.
Central Norway is known as an area of history and heritage, salmon rivers and varied nature – from a rocky coastline via deep forests at the Swedish border to a vast mountain area.
Northern Norway is known for wildlife safaris, midnight sun and northern lights. This part of the country is home to the Sami, Norway’s aborigines. Northern Norway’s landscape changes from alpine mountains and narrow fjords to endless tundra and wilderness. You can get close to whales, eagles, sea birds and king crabs.