Since it’s not the Northern Lights season, why bother with a post on Norway in Winter? The answer is simple. This is the time to plan for your Northern Lights tour. The trip of your lifetime, should take a year to plan. So, start Googling, and find our what you need to know about this city in Norway. Find out what are the available Daytime Activities in Tromsø, Norway during Winter.
Tourist Information Center
Address: Kirkegata 2, Tromsø 69°38’53.2″N – 18°57’37.3″E
The tourist information center has all the information you need. From what to do, where to go, and even discounts for various tours. There are many brochures in the Center which you can bring it back to the hotel with you. However, regardless of which tour company you’ve decided to go with, I would still highly recommend you to do research on Google/TripAdvisor to avoid any disappointment. After all, there isn’t such a thing as a 1 size fits all policy.
The dogs themselves are obviously well taken care of. They’re happy around humans, and sitting around with them in the dark without supervision is very safe. Some of these dogs used to be old racing dogs. However, they have now been retired, and are permanently kept & well fed at Villmarkssenter until the end of their lives.
However, it is still highly encouraged that you bring your children for a visit. Teach your kids on how animals should be treated. Show them the natural environment they actually to live in. Tell your kids that there are more important things in life than their own priorities. It’s a form of education that you’ll never get from the Singapore Zoo.
For scenic drives & up close encounters with the wildlife. After a few days, the city can be boring after you’ve walked the same streets again and again.
Dive the Northern Lights Route
Northern Lights Tour