Tour of the Far North
Board a comfortable coach bus for a gorgeous drive through wild and desolate Norwegian terrain on your way to the North Cape. Tour to the top of the cliff where you are free to explore North Cape Hall and all of its attractions. This Honningsvag tour offers unparalleled views of Norway.
One of the attractions on the plateau overlooking the Arctic Ocean is a movie in the cinema, repeated throughout the day, showing the region through summer and winter. Other places to visit are the new cafeteria, souvenir shops, post office, and the small ecumenical chapel.
Enjoy panoramic views of the Arctic Ocean from the Globe, situated near the edge of the cliff, and check out the stone wheels set up on the plateau showing copies of drawings made by children from all corners of the world with the motto, "Peace and Friendship."
During this Honningsvag tour, you will have the opportunity to visit a Sami Camp. The Sami are Norway's indigenous people. Their culture includes lassoing and reindeer sledding. Book today to enjoy one of Norway's most beautiful tours.
This 3 hour and 30 minute tour runs year long, and leaves twice a day at 9:30am and 2pm. The tour is wheelchair accessible in many instances, though guests must be able to get on and off of the bus themselves.
Reviewer: Annette Connell
This was a great value and represented a nice savings as compared to the tour offered on our cruise ship. We were met promptly my our guide, who was quite knowledgeable about the area. There were only six of us om a 12-15 person Mercedes mini-bus. The guide gave a running commentary of things we were passing and answered all our questions. We stopped to see a native and one of his reindeer, plus she pointed out numerous reindeer as we traveled. The time allotted for the North Cape was perfect; but, unfortunately, it was quite foggy. The roads were treacherous, but our driver was skilled and gave us a feeling of safety.
Reviewer: Deborah Kuznitz
This tour was good. It was a bit difficult to find the correct bus in Honingsvaag since there were so many buses in the lot and they were not well marked. The Tour guide was high energy and told stories of living on this island. Nordkapp was very interesting, however I would suggest that people go in the morning if possible because the fog rolled in around 3PM and it was impossible to see the coastline.
We do not do many excursions because we like going off and doing our own thing. At Honningsvag the trip to North Cape required an excursion and we really enjoyed this one. It was hazy but that could not be helped. All in all, I would take it again. It was comfortable and just as promised.