This is video number 14 of 14 from our road trip back in 2015, the last video filmed with that camera.
From now on we will use our Garmin VIRB!
I`m really looking forward to making some videoes in much better quality 😉
(They will also be shorter …)
“Norge på langs” – “Norway lengthwise”
The summer of 2015 I and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.
To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in in the south. The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R Design 1,6 diesel.
KM in total was approximately 6080 and the trip took 12 days.
Visit Tromsø-Region AS
Kirkegata 2, Postbox 311
Phone: +47 77 61 00 00
Do you dream of seeing the Northern Lights? The destination is Tromsø! Discover more than 70 Northern Lights activities to book online and find out why Tromsø is one of the best places in the world to see the Aurora Borealis.
#1- Great location
Tromsø is located in the middle of the Northern Lights Oval, which is the area with the highest probability of seeing the lights. This means that there will always be good chances of Northern Lights, regardless of the sun’s cycles.
This natural phenomenon can be observed from September to April, depending on the weather conditions and solar activity. If the sky is clear, you might be able to see the Northern Lights right above the city, but to increase your chances we recommend going on a tour away from the bright lights of the city centre.
#2- Milder coastal climate
Owing to of the Gulf Stream, Tromsø has a milder coastal climate than other destinations at the same latitude. This makes even the middle of winter is relatively mild. The average winter temperature in Tromsø is around -4 °C. However, if you chase the Northern Lights, remember the temperature could be anything from -25 °C up to +5 °C.
For more info, please visit one of the best pages I have seen of this “type” – Visit Tromsø 😉
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