Armed with an abundance of experience and a wealth of knowledge our professional Altai Norway team know the country inside out. They are here to assist and support you any time in the run up to your trip, during your holiday and after your adventure.
You will find lots of recommendations for shops, restaurants and cafés in your detailed roadbook.
Do not forget that alcohol and cigarettes are heavily taxed and expensive in Scandinavia but you can purchase duty-free products at the airport.
A fantastic way to connect to the natural environment. Norwegian campsites are always clean, well located and usual amenities (hot shower fees between €1 and €4 per shower). We provide you with all technical camping equipment. Please note that it is not possible to reserve campsites in advance and a fee of around €10 per person is normally charged. Also, wild camping is legal in Norway as long as you are at least 100m away from the nearest houses.
Sjøhus - Rorbu or Hotel Accommodation
Rorbus are comfortable traditional houses used by fishermen from January to April. One house suits 2 to 4 people and includes kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Please note that in the wilder regions of Norway, accommodation is scarce and often small. Moreover, the beautiful summer season is short (about two months) making it difficult to find places to stay during the summer. Despite a permanent effort in the choice of accommodation, the level of comfort and equipment provided remains variable.
If you would like to stay in hotel or rorbu accommodation please contact us
To hire a vehicle you will need a valid drivers liscence, issued for a minimum of 12 months. Minimum age: 19 (or 25 for vehicle categories E, I, K & L).
The currency is the Norwegian Krone (kr)
You can withdraw the local currency from in-country ATMs and payment by card is widely accepted. Please budget for meals and transport as necessary, drinks, tips, museum entry fees and other personal expenses.
Although the custom is not widespread here, if you are satisfied with the services of your local team, tipping is always appreciated - it is not obligatory and should be left to the discretion of each individual.