Norway is a beautiful country. It is filled with unique attractions and natural beauties that have been left untouched. Visitors from all over the world come to enjoy the exotic culture that this country offers them. Apart from a passport and a travel permit, a tourist needs a list of attractions he wants to visit. Some of the best natural attractions in Norway are
The archipelago of Lofoten derives its name from the ethnical language of the region and means ‘the foot of a lynx’. The abundance of flora and fauna in the region is the main reason for the popularity of this attraction. As a result of the limited human civilization, this beautiful attraction delights many tourists. It is located close to the Arctic Circle and offers sights such as brimming seas, sheltered bays, beaches and lush mountains.
Fløyen is one of the seven mountains surrounding the city of Bergen. At a height of 435 meters, a view of the exotic surrounding and the entire city can be observed from this mountain. The funicular system used to take tourists to the top of the mountain is a sight as well. This is a year round tourist attraction.
This region is known for the beautiful fjords that exist nearby. These narrow and long inlets along with their steep cliffs were created by years of glacial erosion. Oslofjord is located in the south eastern region of Norway and has its own distinguished history. Kayaking, fishing, sailing and canoeing are some of the activities that are available to the tourists who come in large numbers every year.
Briksdalsbreen is another famous natural tourist attraction. This thirteen century old attraction is easily accessible to the public and the tourists as well.
The Kjosfossen waterfall is a tourist attraction near Flåm. The water drops from a height of 93 meters giving a beautiful view. This is an excellent attraction for all seasons as adventures are offered during summers while ice waterfall climbing can be done during the winters. The only way of accessing this attraction is by means of train.