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  • Sea cabin on Manshausen Island, set in Northern Norway. In total this island holds 7 cabins, along with a main house where you can dine at the restaurant. Other than taking in the beautiful view you can also go kayaking, diving, fishing and sailing. Who would you take for a visit? 😍
🏠: @manshausen_island
📷: @hilvees, @michelphotography_ch
  • Sea cabin on Manshausen Island, set in Northern Norway. In total this island holds 7 cabins, along with a main house where you can dine at the restaurant. Other than taking in the beautiful view you can also go kayaking, diving, fishing and sailing. Who would you take for a visit? 😍
    🏠: @manshausen_island
    📷: @hilvees, @michelphotography_ch
  • 6,766 121 21 hours ago
  • Nærøyfjord in Western Norway is only 250 meters wide in some places, making it one of the worlds most narrow fjords 🏞 Travel tip: you can rent kayaks in the area to explore the fjord!
📷: @jappern, @karmasuitcase, @markafjas, @digernes, @nevinixavier
  • Nærøyfjord in Western Norway is only 250 meters wide in some places, making it one of the worlds most narrow fjords 🏞 Travel tip: you can rent kayaks in the area to explore the fjord!
    📷: @jappern, @karmasuitcase, @markafjas, @digernes, @nevinixavier
  • 22,283 268 16 August, 2019
  • Appreciating the view from Lovatnet, and remembering the tragic history of the lake 🌷

In 1905 a big piece of rock came loose from one of mountains and made a 500 meter drop into the water, creating a 40 meter tidal wave that hit Bødal and Nesdal. One side of the wave whiped Bødal off the map and the other side hit Nesdal. 61 people died, more than 50 houses were destroyed and 80 boathouses disappeared in the wave.

31 years later, in 1936, nature took its toll again. A piece of rock almost twice the size of the Eiffel tower broke loose and ended up in the lake, creating a tsunami that was so large even previous taken measures were useless. All farms were destroyed and another 74 died that day.

Along the road between Bødal and Kjenndal you will find a copper plate with the names of all the people who have disappeared during the disasters. There is also a little flowerbed there to memoralize all the inhabitants who died during the tragic events.
📷: @idastenersen
  • Appreciating the view from Lovatnet, and remembering the tragic history of the lake 🌷

    In 1905 a big piece of rock came loose from one of mountains and made a 500 meter drop into the water, creating a 40 meter tidal wave that hit Bødal and Nesdal. One side of the wave whiped Bødal off the map and the other side hit Nesdal. 61 people died, more than 50 houses were destroyed and 80 boathouses disappeared in the wave.

    31 years later, in 1936, nature took its toll again. A piece of rock almost twice the size of the Eiffel tower broke loose and ended up in the lake, creating a tsunami that was so large even previous taken measures were useless. All farms were destroyed and another 74 died that day.

    Along the road between Bødal and Kjenndal you will find a copper plate with the names of all the people who have disappeared during the disasters. There is also a little flowerbed there to memoralize all the inhabitants who died during the tragic events.
    📷: @idastenersen
  • 15,332 134 8 August, 2019
  • This is Helleren, a large cliff overhanging two abondoned houses at the end of Jøssingfjord, on the southwestern coast of Norway ⛰ Travel tip: the doors are always open, meaning you can explore inside!
📷: @rune.sten, @jamlill, @spectacularnorway
  • This is Helleren, a large cliff overhanging two abondoned houses at the end of Jøssingfjord, on the southwestern coast of Norway ⛰ Travel tip: the doors are always open, meaning you can explore inside!
    📷: @rune.sten, @jamlill, @spectacularnorway
  • 19,909 300 4 August, 2019
  • Voss Resort with an amazing view over the valley below. These cabins are available for rent all year round, and is situated between Hardanger and Sognefjord 🏞 The location makes it an ideal base to explore, as well as participate in the many activities available in the surrounding area!
📷: @elr7al
  • Voss Resort with an amazing view over the valley below. These cabins are available for rent all year round, and is situated between Hardanger and Sognefjord 🏞 The location makes it an ideal base to explore, as well as participate in the many activities available in the surrounding area!
    📷: @elr7al
  • 15,605 229 3 August, 2019
  • Norway in a nutshell. The Geirangerfjord is one of our most visited tourist destinations, and had more than 700.000 visitors last year 🏞 Travel tip: visit the abondoned mountain farms along the fjord for the best possible view!
📷: @kjetilgulsrud, @iiidamarie, @paulo.travels
  • Norway in a nutshell. The Geirangerfjord is one of our most visited tourist destinations, and had more than 700.000 visitors last year 🏞 Travel tip: visit the abondoned mountain farms along the fjord for the best possible view!
    📷: @kjetilgulsrud, @iiidamarie, @paulo.travels
  • 20,625 202 31 July, 2019
  • In Norway you can camp nearly anywhere you want. The right to roam ("allemannsretten") lets you put up a tent, or sleep under the stars anywhere in the countryside, forests and mountains, as long as you keep at least 150 meters away from the nearest inhabited house or cabin 🏕 The rules are simple: be considerate and thoughtful. Don't damage nature and other surroundings, and leave the landscape as you would want to find it!
📷: @ingridandreahj, @jannerhans1, @oyehaug, @lofoten.vanlife
  • In Norway you can camp nearly anywhere you want. The right to roam ("allemannsretten") lets you put up a tent, or sleep under the stars anywhere in the countryside, forests and mountains, as long as you keep at least 150 meters away from the nearest inhabited house or cabin 🏕 The rules are simple: be considerate and thoughtful. Don't damage nature and other surroundings, and leave the landscape as you would want to find it!
    📷: @ingridandreahj, @jannerhans1, @oyehaug, @lofoten.vanlife
  • 23,369 345 28 July, 2019
  • Presten (“The Priest”) is a 500m pillar of granite straight up from the ocean. It is one of the most famous and sought after hikes in Lofoten 🏞
📷: @amandasofieeide
  • Presten (“The Priest”) is a 500m pillar of granite straight up from the ocean. It is one of the most famous and sought after hikes in Lofoten 🏞
    📷: @amandasofieeide
  • 25,559 303 26 July, 2019
  • Tropical vibes by Lovatnet in Stryn 🏝 Travel tip: At Loenvatn Feriesenter, which is in the area, you can rent kayaks, boats, fishing gear and cabins. They also have a café and a kiosk.
📷: @elisabeth.martinsen, @anja_klh, @claudiodhrojas, @idasthaa
  • Tropical vibes by Lovatnet in Stryn 🏝 Travel tip: At Loenvatn Feriesenter, which is in the area, you can rent kayaks, boats, fishing gear and cabins. They also have a café and a kiosk.
    📷: @elisabeth.martinsen, @anja_klh, @claudiodhrojas, @idasthaa
  • 22,944 247 24 July, 2019
  • Henningsvær fishing village in Lofoten, located on several small islands off the southern coast of Austvågøya 🗺 The village has a population of roughly 510, and is the perfect introduction to Lofoten if you're visiting for the first time.
📷: @timoksanen
  • Henningsvær fishing village in Lofoten, located on several small islands off the southern coast of Austvågøya 🗺 The village has a population of roughly 510, and is the perfect introduction to Lofoten if you're visiting for the first time.
    📷: @timoksanen
  • 20,788 143 23 July, 2019