Norway is an incredible country to explore. However, exploring this great wilderness is not completely risk-free. The focus of the #besafie campaign is to help tourists to think safety first, before venturing out into the wilderness. #VisitNorway
Our fourth ambassador: Emil, who loves climbing in Southern Norway. "There’s so much climbing to be done". Also want to be a Southern Norway Ambassador? Sign-up and share you story, we are picking one more ambassador.
Suleskarvegen between Stavanger and Telemark, takes you through the mountainsous area of Southern Norway. Check out their new website with interactive map. Great for planning your next trip to Southern Norway.
Langs Suleskarvegen er det mykje å oppleve. Suleskarvegen svingar seg frå Rogaland i vest, over fjellet gjennom Agder fylka og vidare til Telemark- frå livleg bymiljø til rotekte kultur og herleg høgfjellsnatur.
Now you have the opportunity not only to see, but also to meet the king of the forest. Visit the elk park Elgtun at the Landeskogen Peace Center in Bygland.
Here you will meet four elks; Olga and Orvar who were born in Sweden in May 2014 and have been raised as tame animals at Elgtun. Elvira and Frøya joined Olga and Orvar in in the autumn of 2015 and will form the basis of a small herd of 5–10 elks. The animals have gradually been introduce...