COVID - 19
Norway introduces stricter entry restrictions on 26 November. All travelers must complete an entry registration form before entering the country. An exemption will be made for children under the age of 16 and selected groups. All arriving travelers are required to produce such confirmation and a COVID-19 certificate, if applicable, to the police at border control.
The Arctic Route is a safe, reliable, comfortable and environmentally friendly way of travelling to new adventures and unforgettable memories in the Arctic.
Our routes make it easier for you to visit various destinations in the Arctic, either one way or for a return round trip. Enter one of our routes to sit back, relax and enjoy the magic of the landscape that passes by on your way to your next adventure. Activity and accommodation providers along the routes offer a wide range of experiences such as dog sledding, snowmobile safaris, traditional food and drink, wildlife safaris, sami culture and experiences, skiing and snowshoeing, aurora safaris, spectacular accommodation and much more.
The new routes to Finland and Sweden make it possible for you to experience the magic of Arctic Finnish and Swedish Lapland and the Rough Arctic coast of Northern Norway on the same tour.
The Arctic Route will operate services daily from December 1st until end of March every year, between Tromsø and Narvik, Lyngen, Alta, Rovaniemi, Luleå and Kiruna. Our aim is to make this a year around service in the future.
The Arctic is a polar region located at the northernmost part of the globe. The Arctic consists of the Arctic Ocean, parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Russia, Alaska and Canada. Lands within the Arctic region has seasonally varying snow and ice cover, with predominantly treeless permafrost.
The Arctic is a unique ecosystem on Earth with a wide variety of cultures, flora and fauna. Why don’t you come explore the Arctic with us?