Winter in Lofoton, Norway

Location: Lofoton, Norway

Dates: February 18-25, 2023 3 Spaces Available

Cost: $6099 double occupancy, $6599 single occupancy

Join this 8 day winter arctic adventure in the Lofoten Islands of Northern Norway. The Lofoten Islands are located north of the Arctic Circle. The archipelago consists of seven principal islands with only 24,000 inhabitants. Highlights of the trip include autumn landscapes, jagged mountains, colorful fjords and a chance to photograph the Aurora Borealis aka Northern Lights. 

The weather in Lofoten is notoriously unpredictable. Weather conditions and the light changes constantly. If we are blessed with starry nights and clear skies, we will be able to capture the elusive and strikingly beautiful Aurora Borealis aka Northern Lights as they dance seductively on the night skies.

Tom’s favorite thing about Lofoten is the stunning landscapes, remote fjords and the quality of light at that latitude. He loves the fact that if the aurora appears, it is often reflected in the small bays around the archipelago. We have chosen to stay in a single basecamp for this trip to maximize our photography time in one of Scandinavia’s most scenic destinations.

Closest Airport: Harstad/Narvik Evenes Airport (Eve code)

The easiest way to get to the meeting point is via Oslo Gardermoen airport (OSL code). From there, you fly to Harstad. Domestic flights in Norway can be purchased from, 

Included in the fee:

  • 2 Full time photo leaders to assist the group during the trip
  • Local bilingual guide
  • Lodging for 7 nights
  • Overland private transportation in 2 vans
  • Welcome dinner and all breakfasts

Participants will provide their own:

  • Personal expenses, tips, travel insurance, alcoholic beverages during meals, all lunches, dinners beside welcome dinner, gratuity for drivers/guides
  • International travel round trip to Harstad, Norway
  • Alcohol and gratuities
  • Meals beside welcome dinner and breakfasts

Know Before You Go: Rated Difficult. This workshop requires walking from 1-3 miles per day in snow and on icy surfaces. A super wide angle lens and heavy winter clothing/boots are recommended.

Deposit Winter in Lofoten

Dates February 18-25, 2023


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