I have been traveling the world; I love to travel. I also know how important it is to have local expertise to find the best adventures and experiences. I am passionate about helping each traveler find the right itinerary for them. Even for me it can be different: one trip hard adventure, and another slow and restful.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"All of Norway, especially the fjords and the Arctic. I focus on nature experiences, food and culture, hiking, biking, kayaking, and glacier walking. I can arrange self-guided trips, trips with small groups, or trips with a private guide."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I have been spoiled by Norwegian adventures, where we have all of nature's elements so close: it is close to us, and it gives us the chance to be close to each other.
During one of my travels, 15 years ago, I got the idea of starting a company to share the amazing destination that Norway is - and my local adventures - with you."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My most unique experiences when traveling have never been something I saw through a bus window or other windows and have never been something I bought - they have been the people I met, the stories they told, the food I tasted, or the activities I did.
Some of my best memories are from a trek in the Himalayas, on my own. I met a local porter named Bomba. I did not need or want a porter to carry my backpack, but I wanted to leave some money with the locals - so I hired him. He told me amazing stories, and he took me off the beaten track to meet his friends and taste their food."
Featured trips & expertise
This epic jaunt through Western Norway encompasses a slew of outdoor activities — like hiking, biking, and camping — for travelers who want to experience as much summer fun as they can fit in five days. After a night in Bergen, you'll drive through some of Norway's most spectacular scenery as you make your way to Trolltunga, Aurland, Myrdal, and Flåm. Squeeze in a speedboat ride through a UNESCO-protected fjord before heading to the airport for your flight home.
This five-day jaunt covers a great deal of Nordic ground, visiting the country's two largest cities and its longest and deepest fjord. Start in Oslo before taking a scenic train and ferry to the fjord-side village of Balestrand. Continue north to Fjærland before getting on another boat—this time to Bergen, a historic wharf city and home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From down in the fjords up to the mountain peaks, Norway is full of sweeping vistas and stirring Viking tales. How to capture it all in a week? Hone in on your favorite region or travel style with these itineraries.
Norway may have 63,000 miles of coastline and endless countryside to explore, but you don't need to see it all to have an amazing experience. Whether your priorities lie in the dramatic southern fjords, coastal islands, cultural cities, or small fishing villages, it's easy to craft a satisfying itinerary that takes less than a week to complete. Get inspired by these unique itineraries for your 5-day trip to Norway.