Private 2 Day Arctic Camp - winter Kaykaing

Private 2 Days Arctic Camp

with winter kayaking


Private 2 Days Arctic Camp with winter kayaking
  from 15. sept to 15. april 

Days:         Manday, Wednesday, Friday;

                   Pick up/retour 11.00/18.00

Duration:   appr. 30 hours

Groupsize: maximum 4

Including:  accomodation, food, transp.

                    guiding, all nessesary       

                    kayakequipment, singel kayaks,

Food:          dinner, breakfast, tea/coffe,   

                    expedition food, local sweet


Level:         medium 

Location:    Campsite in Vargsundet,


Accommodation: in your own yurt,

                    made-up beds

Transport:  Pick up: Tromsø centre-

                     individual agreement 

NB: from 19 desember to 1 january 2023 the trip is replaced by our Christmas trips.

Prices per yurt/trip;

Up to 2 persons:  NOK 19.100,-

3 persons:            NOK  26.400,-

4 persons:            NOK  32.200,-

More than 4 persons or a family? 

Please take directly contact                     

 A unique, private and personalized  trip!

Our packages are all inclusive, you and your travelling

company will have the Camp for yourself, stay in your own yurt,

paddle in magnificent scenery, enjoy local food and get

close to an Arctic wildlife and coastal life.

Experience a spectacular Arctic Archipelago from our campsite on the island of Rebbenesøya, north of Tromsø.

The camp has two yurts, it is without road access and electricity, and we fetch water from a small stream nearby. This is the place to experience - calmness, silence, a lot of weather and the charms of each season with its different colour schemes and peculiarities. With no light pollution this is a amazing place for star gazing and experiencing the magical Northern Lights. If we are lucky maybe the Northern lights will start dancing while out kayaking.

We will paddle in crystal clear water along beautiful islands, around islets and sheaves. It’s quite common to see white-tailed eagles, otters, seals. Porpoises, dolphins also pass our camp from time to time, or if you are lucky you might spot them on the kayaking trip.

As well as the wonderful biological diversity, the area has a rich cultural heritage dating to medieval times and, in some cases, even as far back as the Stone Age.


Practical information and indicative program.