Fishing Village Visit

Visit two colorful fishing villages and discover Christmas at the very top of Norway, whatever the time of year.

  • Enjoy a guided tour of the fascinating island of Magerøya.
  • Explore the fishing villages of Skarsvåg and Kamøyvær.
  • Visit the charming ‘Christmas and Winter House’.
  • See the artwork of a local artist at her ‘East of the Sun’ gallery.
  • Direction

    Northbound Direction

  • Season

    Available all year

  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Easy

  • Duration

    2 hours, 55 min

  • Min. passengers

    12

  • Max. passengers

    100

  • Booking Code

    HR-HVG6H

  • From

    $ 185

  • Notices

    Comfortable shoes, warm and windproof clothing.

Experience the magnificent sights and culture of Troms and Finnmark County. Starting in Honningsvåg, we’ll journey through gorgeous scenery while our guide tells us about local history.

Then, we’ll stop at the village of Skarsvåg and visit the cozy ‘Christmas and Winter House’. Amid festive music and rooms sparkling with decorations, peruse a range of locally produced items. You’ll also enjoy a hot drink and slice of cake.

Next, we’ll head to the world’s northernmost fishing village, Kamøyvær. We’ll will explore this picturesque harbor, which is bustling with fishermen and a small fishing fleet. You’ll also visit the quaint gallery of artist Eva Schmutterer. The exhibition displays handicrafts inspired by the surrounding landscape.

Weather permitting, we’ll stop at the Tufjord viewpoint to get a glimpse of the ‘Hornet.’ This natural rock formation is a sacred place for the Sámi people.

A girl standing inside the cozy ‘Christmas and Winter House’ in Skarsvåg, Norway, holding a little elf A girl standing inside the cozy ‘Christmas and Winter House’ in Skarsvåg, Norway, holding a little elf

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

  • Disembarking port: Honningsvåg:
  • Embarking Port: Honningsvåg:
  • Period: All year
    • Not available on 01/01, 12/24 and 12/25
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Meals on the trip: Cake at Christmas and Winter House
  • Clothes/Footwear: Comfortable shoes, warm and windproof clothing.