Norway Travel

How To Protect Your Skin When Visiting The Arctic In Winter — Nordic Wanders – Norway Travel Article

How To Protect Your Skin When Visiting The Arctic In Winter — Nordic Wanders 1.  Regularly apply high SPF sunscreen Packing your sunscreen when you’re going on holiday somewhere hot and sunny isn’t something you forget — after all, you don’t want to burn while you’re lying on a sandy beach, tanning under the scorching sun.But packing sunscreen for a winter adventure is just as important — just because it’s freezing out there or the sun is low, doesn’t mean…

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Vegan Tallinn – The Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Tallinn, Estonia — Nordic Wanders – Norway Travel Article

Vegan Tallinn – The Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Tallinn, Estonia — Nordic Wanders Read on for the complete guide to vegan and vegetarian restaurants/cafes in Tallinn!Before the world shut down due to the current covid-19 pandemic, I spent a week in gorgeous (and, at that time, snowy) Tallinn and looking back, I’m SO SO glad I spontaneously decided to go as otherwise, I definitely wouldn’t have been able to get there (or anywhere it now seems) this spring.…

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Best Ways to Celebrate Easter in Oslo – Norway Travel Article

Best Ways to Celebrate Easter in Oslo Credit: PixabayWhether it’s enjoying skiing or musical performances, Norwegians have some astonishing traditions to entertain themselves during Easter. With spring just around the corner and Easter weekend approaching, you’d love to plan your vacations in Oslo to celebrate Påske (aka Easter).It’s a splendid time of the year. You can admire homes decorated in yellow and green, vibrant flowers, candles, and other Easter decorations. You would love to take the entire Easter week as…

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7 Places In The World To See Incredible Wildlife – Bilivoka – Norway Travel Article

7 Places In The World To See Incredible Wildlife – Bilivoka March 3rd is the World Wildlife Day and we have gathered a list of 7 places to see some of the wonders of the natural world. #1: The Okavango Delta Using traditional mkoro (canoes) we were able to see hippos up close in Botswana.If we haven’t started with the best, at least we’ve started with some of the best. The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta in the…

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Antarctica Special Offer | Project Travel – Norway Travel Article

Antarctica Special Offer | Project Travel Explore Antarctica on this 6 star, ultra luxury, all inclusive Antarctica special offer voyage with Silversea in November 2020. The Silver Wind is a small ship, taking only 270 pax. You will be accompanied throughout by an experienced Expedition Team. The package includes international flights (reduced Business Class upgrade fares available), internal flights, guided Zodiac, land and sea tours, and shoreside activities led by the Expeditions Team, parka jacket, enrichment lectures by a highly…

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Hurtigruten Explorer Cruises – Norway Holidays, Tours & Voyages from Ireland – Norway Travel Article

Hurtigruten Explorer Cruises – Norway Holidays, Tours & Voyages from Ireland There is no single supplement on the following 2020 Explorer Voyages. Destinations include:Antarctica, Iceland, Alaska, Canada, Northwest Passage, North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Norway and Svalbard. Voyages: Antarctica / South America / FalklandsDates: various dates to mid-March 2020 & 21 October 2020Duration: various – 13 up to 20 daysShips: various Voyage: Norway & Spitsbergen – the Sportsman’s RouteDate: 23 April 2020Duration: 14 daysShips: MS Spitsbergen Voyages: Norwegian…

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Cruising in Antarctica – from Ireland – Norway Travel Article

Cruising in Antarctica – from Ireland Antarctica is different from anything else you will ever experience. A continent enclosed by a cold water current circling a landmass so large that the total area of France, Germany and Spain would fit in – ten times. It is so cold that only two species of vascular plants have found it habitable here. It is covered with a sheet of ice averaging a thickness of more than 2000 meters. There are no permanent…

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