The North Cape, Norway

North Cape and King Crab Experience - Summer

From iconic views at the North Cape to fascinating local artwork and delicious king crab, join us as we experience the highlights of Honningsvåg.

  • Stand at the edge of the cliffs and marvel at the ocean views from North Cape
  • Visit the charming harborside village of Kamøyvær and the cozy “East of the Sun” art gallery.
  • Learn about and sample delicious King Crab from the Barents Sea in Sarnes.
  • Season

    Spring, Summer (May 1–September 30)

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

  • Duration

    6 hours

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  • From

    $ 367

  • Notices

    Wear comfortable walking shoes and clothes suitable for that day’s weather.

The tour starts and ends in Honningsvåg, the gateway to North Cape. Venture by bus to 71ºN, admiring the subarctic landscape as you go. If you’re lucky, you might see the grazing reindeer who often pasture here in summer.

Standing on the edge of the North Cape, you can marvel at the stunning ocean views and take photos by the iconic globe monument. While you’re there, why not visit North Cape Hall? They will show a film showcasing the region throughout the seasons and you can pick up a souvenir at the shop.

Then it’s on to the idyllic village of Kamøyvær, which features a charming harbor. Here, you can wander around the colorful houses and stop by the cozy ‘East of the Sun’ art gallery.

Our last stop is the village of Sarnes, where you’ll learn about and sample a local delicacy: king crab. The meal will be served the traditional way: with soft bread, mayonnaise, and a slice of lemon.