We explore Trollfjord, a narrow fjord bordered by steep-sided mountains. The name of this impressive landmark is derived from the Norse mythical creature “troll”.
We cruise through some of Norway’s most picturesque landscapes and discover incredible wildlife along the way. The white-tailed sea eagle is the main attractions, but we can also observe a variety of sea birds, seals, porpoises and whales.
Our comfortable and fast open boat will ensure a smooth and safe ride, and offers a great platform for sightseeing.
Take a Hike!
For those seeking more excitement, add a guided hike to your trip and climb a mountain. We step off on a beautiful island and hike to a unique viewpoint overlooking the Lofoten archipelago.
The hiking trip lasts approximately 1.5 hours and is classified as easy to moderate. Remember to wear hefty hiking boots, bring sun screen, a waterproof windbreaker, snacks and a water bottle with you.
- 1 Trollfjord cruise
- 1 Wildlife safari
- 1 Hiking Trip (additional cost)
- 1 Floatation suit (onboard boat)
What to Bring?
- Seasickness medication (if needed)
- Water bottle & snacks
- Hefty hiking boots and windbreaker
- Duration: 2-4 hours
- Degree of Difficulty: Easy/Medium
- Meeting Times:
– 9:00 a.m
– 11:00 a.m
– 1:00 p.m
- Meeting Point: Svolvær Market Square (Wild Seas booth)
- Must be 8 years or older
Stephanie and Fred Erik made this orca safari so great. They find hidden fjords and calm places where you can enjoy the orcas wild behavour. The quality on both the boat and the hotel they got us, where very satisfying!
The best experience of my life to date!!! We saw ORCA’S!!!! The most wonderful, accomodating, thoughtful people, I could not have asked for a better experience! The accomodation was perfect, the restaurants were superb and the whales – oh the whales were breath taking!
Une sortie passionnante proposée par des passionnés ! Avant le départ Stephanie nous propose une petite présentation sur la baleines…
Stephanie and Fred are operating a family business and I believe it is a completly different experience then a regular touristic boat. Stephanie, a biologue, gave us a very informative presentation about whales. At the end we are happy to see bunch of orcas and a humpback.