All of Norway
Alta – in the heart of Finnmark
Finnmark is the northernmost county in Norway and offers a unique scenery and unspoilt nature. North of the Arctic Circle Scandinavian Incentives welcomes you to an exciting winter incentive. The area has a multitude of winter activities to offer, and the Samí population living in Alta and the surrounding area provides an encounter with a completely different culture, rich in traditions, myths and legends. Dog sleds, snowmobiles, ski activities, Samí camps and above all the unspoiled nature and wilderness make the area unique. Accommodation can be arranged in Sorrisniva Igloo hotel.
I would like to thank Scandinavian Incentives for their excellent organization and management of this experience. I will never forget it!”
Visiting Alta in February 2011 in a group of 12 persons, with our Project Manager Sara Moberg
Tromsø – Gateway to the arctic
At a latitude of nearly 70 degrees North, four days’ sailing from Bergen and barely a two-hour flight from Oslo, at the same latitude as Alaska and Siberia, between the island landscape, fiords and mountain peaks, you find Tromsø – Gateway to the Arctic and capital of Northern Norway. Tromsø entices it’s visitors with the Northern Lights, Polar Nights, Midnight Sun, with it’s exciting attractions, good possibilities for excursions and widely varying weather. A colourful city centre of historic wooden houses, lively cafés, arctic cuisine, museums and galleries await you in Tromsø. To the west, you find 600 islands, fishing villages, bird cliffs and good fishing, whereas blue fjords, forest and farmland are protected by the towering Lyngen Alps to the east.
Quote from the real world:
“When I had the opportunity to go skiing in the Lyngen Alps, I jumped on it! A fantastic experience skiing in powder snow, with the fjord and beautiful mountains as far as the eye can see. Can’t wait to get back to Tromsø for more thrilling experiences!”
Our Head of Department in Oslo, Maria Wirén, visiting Tromsø in April 2010.
Røros – one of Norway’s world heritage contributions
The old mining village of Røros is a historical and architectural showpiece. The village of Røros is on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List of Cultural Treasures. Røros makes an outstanding incentive destination, not only because of its attractiveness, but it is also one of the places within easy access, as a 30 minutes regular flight service north of Oslo will take us there. One of the few places where we can generally guarantee snow from the end of November. An excellent winter destination where activities, such as dog sledging, snow scooters and a selection of cultural activities are experienced.