Join us for an unforgettable fishing experience on the Lofoten sea. Professional fishermen will take you to the best fishing spots and teach you everything you need to know to be a fisherman for a day. You get to take the fish home, and you get tips and advice on how to prepare and cook it. One of the crew will meet you in our office in the center of Reine. From there it’s a few minutes to walk to Trio II. You get a flotation suit to wear, and we go through the safety instructions before heading to the first fishing spot. Please help yourself to a cup of coffee or tea while enjoying the view of Lofotveggen, the wall of Lofoten, as we travel towards the first stop. Most days we head west towards the Maelstrom, but we may have to go other places depending on weather and conditions. As soon as we arrive at the fishing spot, you will get the necessary training in the use of fishing gear on board; Jigger wheel. This is a traditional way of fishing in Lofoten. The crew on board will help you along with advice and tips on technique, but the actual fishing is done by you. You’ll also get great tips on how to cook the fish you catch. Nothing tastes as good as fresh fish straight from the sea! Welcome aboard and enjoy this day on the Lofoten Sea together with our experienced local fishermen.
Available in the time period with midnight sun from 27th. Mai – 17th. July. After a short boat ride into the Reinefjord, you go for a hike in the magnificent landscape. After a slight incline up to Einangen, one of the world’s most beautiful beaches appear, lit by the midnight sun in clear weather and surrounded by sky-high mountains. The boat driver will meet you at our office where flotation suits and rescue equipment are dealt and passenger list signed. Our boat drivers have all the necessary certificates and are very familiar with waters and conditions in the area. The boats are equipped with life-saving equipment according to applicable regulations. We go by boat from Reine to Vinstad, with possible pick-up and drop-offs at Sakrisøy and Hamnøy. From Vinstad you go on a gravel path along the Bunes fjord before you start on a short incline to Einangen. This trip takes about 40 minutes. The view from Einanagen over the beach of Bunes is incredible. The area cannot be described but must be experienced. There will be plenty of time for hiking and photography on the beach before going back to the pier where the boat will be waiting for you. The trip takes about 3 hours and is suitable for most people. Included: Flotation suit, goggles, rescue equipment for all ages.
This is a Liveaboard for people who love the adventure and are happy to be a part of a TEAM. To keep costs down for everyone , all the cooking / preparation of meals will be a communal effort which is way more fun anyways :-) It’s a max of 8Pax for each trip so super small groups! Our ‘home base’ is a 70ft traditional Norwegian ﬁshing vessel ( built in 1978 ) and a RIB ( rigid inﬂatable boat ) will be used for any water based activities. IMPORTANT Depending on the area we will be operating in , our main vessel, Trio II might be at berth in a harbour for the majority of our stay. This is mainly for the comfort of our guests as the harbours are more protected from any wind, swell and bad weather and it also enables all guests to hop on or off the boat for walks, hikes and looking for Northern lights at night time as they like. There are 2 double cabins and one cabin for 4pax available. First in , best dressed WHAT’S INCLUDED? - 8 Nights on Trio II - Breakfast , Lunch and Dinner - non alcoholic drinks ( tea, coffee, hot chocolate, water ) - 7 Days at sea ( weather permitting ) - Dry suit, thermal undersuit, neoprene hood, neoprene gloves , weight belts - - open heeled ﬁns, mask and snorkel can be provide but highly recommend bringing your own NOTE: surcharge applies in case of lost or broken equipment - Flotation suits ( to keep warm and dry on deck and safe at sea) - Usage of RIB for water based activities - Experienced Skipper - Professional Photography Guide WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED? - Flights - Airport Transfers - Alcoholic Drinks , additional snacks etc. - Travel Insurance Please let me know if this sounds interesting for you or if you have any further questions. kind regards Janine firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us on a fantastic nature experience through one of the world’s strongest tidal currents. In a seaworthy fast going boat with all necessary safety, we take you on a safe adventure tour to the dramatic wall of Lofoten, abandoned fishing villages. We cross the maelstrom to visit bird islands with eagles, cormorants, gannets and seals and the famous Maelstrom itself. The boat driver will meet you at our office where floatation suits and rescue equipment are dealt and passenger list signed. Our boat drivers have all necessary certificates, are well acquainted with the waters and conditions in the area. They have great local knowledge and therefore they also act as excellent guides on the trip. The boats are equipped with life-saving equipment according to applicable regulations. When everyone is on board and the safety instructions given, the tour starts towards the tip of Lofoten. We stay close to shore so you get to see all the details in the nature and abandoned fishing villages. At the foot of the dramatic mountains you will see remnants of houses and fences, the only proof that there once lived many people here. We stop by places where we have observed the majestic sea eagle, and we move into the famous Maelstrom, the world’s strongest tidal current in open sea. In the middle of the current, there are small islands, rocks and skerries where the pelagic birds have found their place for nesting. We will look for cormorants and northern gannets. Puffins, eider ducks and eagles can often be seen in the area. After studying these beautiful birds for a while, we cross the current again and go to Yttersia of Lofoten before we return to Reine.
A refreshing and educational sightseeing tour that lets you get close to the exiting nature and local history. Amongst steep mountains and waterfalls, you will see both abandoned and inhabited villages. The boat driver will tell you stories about the places you see. You can join the round trip, or get off at Vinstad to hike to the famous beach of Bunes. The possibility to book return ticket from Vinstad depends on our capacity and must be arranged beforehand. The boat driver will also serve as your guide on the trip. The trip starts in Sakrisøy, with a chance to get picked up in Reine. The village of Reine and its surroundings have been rated the most beautiful place in the world severeal times. Not only is it beautiful, but all the local history and culture makes this place worth a visit. On our open boat you will get close to the landmarks that make this place so great. While surrounded by magnificent nature, the bot driver will give you inbound information about the area, from the ice age, the squire system and from our days today. Join this trip and enjoy every minute of Reine.
Welcome to ski and sail Lofoten 2019. If you dream about mountains and ocean this is the trip you should be interested in. You will have an experience of a lifetime north of the Arctic Circle. April month has long bright days and good snow, something we can use for all it's worth. we will have long days on the mountains, but still time for some afternoon activities. In Lofoten we have mountains that start at sea level and reach 1200 masl. The possibilities are many, and we make sure that anyone with some ski-touring experience can join. Weather and conditions determine which ski tours we will choose. Our local guide will make the best decisions based on the conditions. The boat we live on is called Trio II and is a 70 foot traditional fishing boat. On board the Trio II we add to a calm, relaxed atmosphere. There will be a maximum of 8 guests on board and the accommodation will be in either 4-person cabin (1stk) or 2-person cabin (2 pcs). With the RIB hanging behind, we have easy access to the starting point for the tours we want. 2-4 hours on skins before the view takes our breath away is a common denominator for skiing in Lofoten, whether we are in the east or west. After accommodated on the boat, we go through the next few days and make sure everyone has the equipment needed for the trip. Dinner is served and before you know it is the next morning and we are ready for the first ski trip. When: We add up to two long weekends in April 2019 Both trips will start and end in Svolvær Ski and Sail Lofoten, 4th - 8th April Ski and Sail Lofoten, 11th - 15th of April Prices: Price per person, minimum 6 persons, max 8 persons NOK 17,900, - We will request a non-refundable deposit of 20% upon booking Things you MUST have: Skis / skins/ boots Probe Shovel Beacon(batteries) backpack for the equipment Including: Transport to / from the nearest airport / ferry dock. 5 days / 4 nights aboard TRIO II Breakfast, lunch / packed lunch, snack and dinner Linen / towels 4 touring days warm flotation suits RIB/zodiac Experienced skipper Local Guide It will be possible with a tour on arrival day for an additional charge. This must be agreed on in advance Not included: Flight to / from the venue Ski Equipment Personal travel insurance covering the activities you will attend Alcoholic beverages For groups that meet the minimum requirement of 6 people; Contact us and you can ask for a separate schedule for your group.
The water in Lofoten is crystal clear, but with little ripples in the surface it is still difficult to see the details. Snorkeling is the solution to this difficulty. The suit you get is made for cold temperatures. You also get mask, snorkel and fins, and our experienced guides give you a briefing of how to use the equipment. If we go by boat you will get to visit two or three places, so that you can see the diversity of the sea. If we snorkel from land you will get some more time in that one location. You can see kelp forests where small fish are playing hide and seek with crabs. On white sandy bottom you can see colorful starfish and beautiful soft corals. Mountain walls are covered in anemones in all sorts of colors. A local guide is either on the boat or in the water with you. You will get all the necessary training, so no prior knowledge is required. The guide helps with the equipment, tells you what you can see and shows you where you can see the most beautiful things.
This trip offers a magical combo of the best that Lofoten has to offer! Join a wonderful experience with nature, culture and history. A combined boat ride and nature hike. In a seaworthy fast going boat we take you on a safe adventure past the dramatic wall of Lofoten and deserted fishing villages to Yttersia and the cave of Refsvika with its 3-4000 year old cave paintings. The boat driver will meet you at our office in Sakrisøy where flotation suits and rescue equipment are dealt and passenger list signed. Our boat drivers have all the necessary certificates, are very familiar with the waters and conditions in the area and excellent local knowledge. Because the cave of Refsvika is a protected sight, there must be an authorized guide with us on these trips. Our guides have extensive experience with tours in this area and has exceptional local knowledge about nature, culture and history. The boats are equipped with life-saving equipment according to applicable regulations. Once everyone has found themselves comfortable on board, we begin the journey westward. We take you past recent history and abandoned fishing villages to ancient history and the Stone Age on our trip along the Lofoten Wall and the outer coastline. On the way out we pass through the famous Maelstrom. Having rounded the tip of Lofoten we go ashore close to the village of Refsvika. We take the time for a snack at the camp before we begin the hike. You can bring your own food, we provide coffee and tea. We walk parts of the old school route along a well trodden path, over a rock slide and a white sandy beach, until we come to a slightly steeper incline up to the cave. The authorized guide is with us the whole trip and tells you about different places you pass by, and he/she gives you a tour inside the cave where you get to see Stone Age paintings of dancing human figures from several thousand years back. On the hike back to the camp, you have plenty of time to enjoy the scenery, the views and the tranquility Yttersia offers. The boat trip back to Sakrisøy goes without scheduled stops, but if we see something exciting we will take the time to explore and enjoy. This tour includes virtually everything Lofoten has to offer.
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Bli med som frivillig på ryddetur med RIB til Yttersida av Lofoten Dette er en flott mulighet til å få oppleve unike steder som man vanligvis ikke kommer til, samtidig som man bidrar til å rydde kysten ren for herreløst marint avfall. Turene er et samarbeid mellom Clean Up Lofoten og Aqua Lofoten Coast Adventure med støtte fra Miljødirektoratet, og gir deg muligheten til å være med på dette viktige arbeidet. Aktuelle områder for rydding er for eksempel Gjerdvika, Hermannsdalen, Turtnbakkvika og Horseidet, men det kan også bli aktuelt med turer til Tuv, Vorfjord og Ånstad som ligger på innersiden. Forutsetninger: Deltakerne må være forberedt på at ferdsel kan skje i ulendt terreng, og det er derfor viktig med gode sko som tåler vann, f.eks. fjellsko. Bekledning etter værforhold og at man skal rydde søppel! Benytt derfor noe du ikke er redd for. Voksne ryddere over 18 år vil bli prioritert. Ta med godt med drikke, og kanskje litt ekstra niste. Vi holder enkel grillmat. Det tas værforbehold. Oppmøte: Lofoten Activity Center på Sakrisøy Tidspunkt: Kl. 08.30 hvis ikke annet er avtalt. Retur ca. kl. 16.00. Her vil det bli delt ut praktisk informasjon om turen og om jobben man skal gjøre før man drar ut. Det vil også bli delt ut nødvendig redningsutstyr. For mer informasjon og påmelding kontakt Marit Gressetvold i Clean Up Lofoten, email@example.com. Clean Up Lofoten Clean Up Lofoten er et prosjekt som eies av Lofoten Avfallsselskap IKS og Lofotrådet, og som jobber for opprydning av marint avfall i Lofoten, i tillegg til forebyggingstiltak for å hindre at marint avfall oppstår her lokalt. Siden oppstarten i 2011 er ca. 180 tonn marint avfall fjernet fra strand- og kystlinje. Mer informasjon om prosjektet og våre tiltak finner du her: www.cleanuplofoten.no Clean Up Lofoten ble startet med midler fra Fylkesmannen i Nordland, og arbeidet med marint avfall er støttet med midler fra Miljødirektoratet.