Activities

Short day trips and roundtrips – you don’t have to go far. There is plenty to explore in and around the area. Find hidden gems right on your doorstep when you’re staying at Midgard.

There are several activities to choose from, when staying at Midgard. Some are seasonal dependant and some are ongoing year round.

Guided Whisky Tours

Guided Whisky Tours

Guided Whisky Tours

Professional guided tours at the worlds northernmost distillery. Choose between “Arctic Whisky Experience”, VIP Whisky Tour” and “Distillery Founders Experince”.

Jacuzzi

Try our private hot pool and Saunas, overlooking the beautiful fjord and the Lyngen Alps. During summer time you can view boats, fishing, eagles and other marine wildlife while relaxing in the warm water. In the winter time the Aurora might entertain you.

Whale watching

Whale watching

From Late October to mid-February many pods of whales visit the Fjords outside Nordreisa, Skjervøy and Lyngen to feed on great shoals of herring. These conditions offer the best opportunity to get a close-up view of these sea-dwelling mammals. You can choose to drive yourself or leave from Lyngseidet, please see more information below.

Snow mobile

Snow mobile

Snow mobile

Snow mobile

Get to Camp Troll for an exciting snowmobile adventure beneath giant mountains & learn how these spectacular summits inspired Norwegian Folklore. You will be driving in pairs, (one driver and one passenger) on each snowmobile & travel deep into nature whilst exploring the mythical world of Trolls & explore the majestic and spectacular Lyngen Alps.

Northern Lights

Northern Lights

Northern Lights

In the middle of the Aurora belt, we can offer you some of the best chances of seeing the Northern Lights in Norway.
The activities will focus on giving you insight into the mythical history behind the alluring northern lights. Of course, should the Aurora appear, we will move outside and enjoy the display in stunning surroundings so you can capture those memories forever! 

NATO bunkers

NATO bunkers

NATO bunkers

NATO bunkers

Join us for a guided tour of the redundant NATO base Årøybukt, which still retains the deep tunnels bored into the hillside. During World War II, the Germans built several stations in the area in order to stop the Russians. In the Cold War, the base was of strategic importance in defending Norway from the mighty Soviet neighbour. You will learn about the scorched earth tactics, World War II in the Arctic and the implications of the Cold War. Be aware: this place is haunted!!!

Don´t wait

Midgard – the Arctic Whisky Experience is open for booking all year round.