Autumn tour suggestions in the Lyngenfjord region
Summer is over, but the adventure continues! So let the autumn of Northern Norway charm you with colours, crisp sunny mornings, powerful storms and, of course, space!
Migratory birds gather together at the end of the summer and start their journey towards warmer winters: if you are lucky, you can spot some rare arctic species on their way in the northern parts of the Lyngenfjord. Otherwise, nature is becoming quieter. The holiday visitors have returned home; hiking trails have become silent, and even the most popular attractions only see a handful of visitors daily.
Berries and mushrooms are ripe, and anyone can pick them for their consumption. So be like a local, pick some bilberries for breakfast, or even make a pie! From the link below, you can find a recipe for a simple pie you can cook even on a camping cooker!
Northern lights start to be visible at the end of August, and September is probably the best time of the year to see Aurora dancing in the arctic sky. Around the autumn equinox, the Northern lights are strong and visible in the northern hemisphere due to the earth's position towards the sun.
Combine our favourite tours for a memorable autumn holiday in the Lyngenfjord region or contact us to book a full holiday package for you!