Accommodation in yurts
Living in a yurt will give you a completley new experience - really closer to nature - and your loved ones!
"We loved the yurts which were super cosy and had very comfortable beds"
-Tess, Nederland mars 2020.
Live in a yurt in a secluded camp close to the ocean
Our camp is ideal for families, couples and small groups wishing to experience something special and different from anything else.
Our host also has guide expertise, and is happy to take you on a paddle trip. If you want a complete tour package where everything is included, feel free to check out our other offers.
Pricelist - A camp for yourself
Duration: minimum 2 nights
Total : 8 beds, 4 in each yurt. Each yurt fits nicely for an extra person who can sleep on a mattress on the floor.
Including: sheets and cover for the beds.
Host will be present when needed.
Price rental of a camp NOK:
nights: 1 yurt 2 yurts
2 6.400,- 9.800;-
3 7.300,- 12.500,-
4 8.140,- 14.000,-
5 9.050,- 15.500,-
6 9.980,- 17.000,-
7 10.810,- 18.500,-
Guided kayaktrip/pers: kr 1.600,-
- A fully-equipped kitchen with gas oven, gas fridge with a mini freezer
- Insulated, making it comfortable even during wintertime.
- No running water, are using rainwater or fetch water from a stream
- No TV, radio and Wi-Fi
- Possible to charge devices such as mobile, iPads, headtorch and the like.
- Composting toilett in the boathouse
- Plenty of space for your clothes, equipment and drying
The yurts are allergy-friendly, so smoking and pets are not permitted.
-There is plenty of space for equipment and it is also a cozy place to cook and be together.
- Has a compost toilet. Instead of shower we use the sea or the stream.
To get here
It takes about 1 1/2 hours to drive from Tromsø to the ferry that takes you to Rebbenesøya, a trip of 15 min. The outfield camp does not have road access, but is easily accessible through a 10 min walk on a slightly hilly path that starts at the ferry quay.
Road and parking description here
We utilize the natural resources as solar energy and windpower. We collect rainwater or fetch water from a nearby stream. Recycling and reusing are in high focus and we aim for donating funds for socially beneficial purposes. As a natural part of our tours, we pick marine litter. We support local initiatives and local business. Our goal this coming winter is to be eco-certified.
What is a yurt?
Traditionally, a yurt is a portable, round tent covered with leather or felt and used as a residence by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. Our yurts are a modern variant and specially designed. They are rustic, very comfortable and have a special and cozy atmosphere.
Glamping and "back to nature"
The word glamping means a combination of luxury and outdoor life. Our yurts are insulated and heated with paraffin and wood-burning stoves, which makes them comfortable even in winter. The light is emitted in a wonderful way through a glass dome and the sounds of nature are clear and offer a unique proximity to nature. The form of accommodation with a "room" provides a great community with those you travel with.
Living in a yurt will give you a whole new experience - really closer to nature - and your loved ones!
Welcome to us!
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