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Tranoeyveien 2002, Vangsvika 9304 Norway
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Berit S wrote a review Jun 2022
Rotnes, Norway1 contribution
Great services, clean, tidy and cozy. We spent 1 night in a most beautiful lighthouse with a wonderful 360° wiew over the fjord towards the Mountains. We went there too participate in a kayaking course held by the host Hege, who has a wonderful personality It's a pity, that our vaction came to an end after 2 days an one night. Bente og Geir(😊😊)
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Date of stay: May 2022
SeaRobin8 wrote a review Sep 2021
Tromso, Norway4 contributions
I booked the lighthouse as a cozy winter getaway for my girlfriend and myself, and it was so amazing! We had planned for some outdoor adventures to take advantage of the proximity to the park, but ended up staying inside the whole time because it was just so cozy and lovely inside, and there was a bit of a drizzle outside (next time though!). We had packed some boardgames with us, and the table downstairs was perfect for that. The cozy chairs upstairs were also great for a bit of reading with a nice cup of tea. The bed felt like a cloud, and the slippers and bathrobe provided made getting out of it less difficult. The curtains around it do a pretty good job of limiting the light, but as someone who can't sleep well if there is even a little light, I am glad that we were there when there is still enough nighttime. Eye masks would definitely be necessary when the days are longer. The on-site cafe was, understandably, closed for the off-season, but that's fine since the lighthouse has a well equipped kitchen, and we had brought with us all the more fancy dinner ingredients, so we were able to make that special too. We came by bus, which was very practical, but did mean a quick grocery trip was not an option, so do plan according to the type of transportation you will have access to. We also really enjoyed the view, and the telescope too! It was cloudy and drizzly most of the time we were there, but with a view over the water and the dynamic-ness of the weather, I spent a lot of time enjoying the view from all the windows! On our last night, despite being mostly overcast still, we also enjoyed a pretty decent northern lights show! The lighthouse is closer to some of the other buildings than we expected, even though we knew we should expect less isolation than the photos would suggest. To be clear, this was not a problem for us, but if you are expecting it to be quite a ways from the other campers, it is not. The campground is very nice though, from what we could see sticking out of the snow, and not so many people there in the winter. We, unfortunately, were perhaps not the best customers, since we had to change the dates of our visit once, and then cancel since something came up at work and I wasn't sure which dates would eventually work. The owners were very accommodating with the first change, however, and my girlfriend and I were very glad we were able to make it work in the end!! I do have to add that there were a few small things (like a light-rail not working, issues with the bathroom in-floor heating, a leaky shower, and many dead flies about the place) that detracted slightly from the dreamy, carefree, cozy, chill kind of vibe we were going for with this trip. However, I completely understand all of this considering it was the off-season, and during the pandemic no less. The owner and Vidar were super helpful with as much as they could help with (Vidar even lent us a pair of tweezers to help remove a small sliver, even though I interrupted their dinner - sorry, and thanks again for that!) and I'm sure it's all already fixed-up for the high-season, since I'm writing this a few months after the fact. In any case, there is no way we will not be back for more small winter vacations to the lighthouse!
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Date of stay: March 2021
Susanne wrote a review Aug 2021
Berlin, Germany1 contribution
Lovely terrassed campsite that offers bungalows of different categores alongside with spacious sites for campers and tents. Beautifully located at the water front, quiet and with well-maintained infrastructure incl. bathrooms, kitchen, washing machine, fire house and a playground for kids. Super nice, helpful people running the place and the café at the entrance. They pay a lot of attention to detail in service and style. We enjoyed our stay!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: The café is open during the summer season.
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Flurin wrote a review Aug 2021
Switzerland9 contributions1 helpful vote
Very cute cabins to stay for a night. Unfortunately since they charge 500 NOK extra for cleaning it never gets cleaned. Bed sheets cost an additional 150 NOK per person so prices are close to a nice hotel. We stayed in the large cabin which should be for up to seven people. For us two it was perfect. You can make it work with four people but seven is not possible in any way.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Kim L wrote a review Jun 2019
Cleveland, Ohio3 contributions
I booked two cabins for a group of 9 people backpacking in Senja in June. Hege and the staff at Norwegian Wild were extremely helpful as we made our reservations. Due to the weather during our time on Senja, we reached out to the staff at Norwegian Wild to extend our reservation, and they were flexible, responsive, and helpful. The cabins themselves were very comfortable with great ammenities. The location is also fantastic, with easy access to Anderdalen National Park and only a 20-30 minute drive from Finnsnes. Our entire group really enjoyed our stay at Norwegian Wild and would highly recommend it to anyone considering hiking around Senja, specifically anyone interested in hiking around Anderdalen National Park.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Traveled with friends
jensjensen wrote a review Jun 2019
Willich, Germany21 contributions27 helpful votes
Many building sites on the campground that created an environment which we die not like. Even at the beach you could find some rusty nails. Toiletts smelling everyday although they were cleaned regularly. The two stoves in the kitchen did not work. All in all no recommendation. The lady at the reception was very friendly and helpfull and Ånderdalen nationalpark easy to reach and a very nice hiking trip up to the cabin.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Suzasunshine wrote a review Aug 2018
Solingen, Germany11 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed there twice already. Last year and this year in August. The camp has a new owner since last year and she redecorated all cabins. We stayed in different cabins. This time in a small one which is sufficient for two adults. We always stayed for 5 days because it is such a beautiful and quite place. There is a nice cafe and there's also the entrance to Andalsnes national park for hiking. There is a small sanitary house with small kitchen and room with washing machine and dryer near the entrance and a big quite new one in the middle of the ground. All very clean and well equipped. I can only recommend the place and will always come back. I recommend reservation for the small cabins. They are the most popular. I also recommend staying in the south of Senja even if you want to visit the spectacular north coast. Weather is much better in the south.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Rob D wrote a review Jul 2018
6 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed here while cycle touring around Senja. Stayed in the Lighthouse Tower right by the water's edge. Hadn't intended to - planned to camp further along but it was too good to miss. Fantastic! Really helpful staff and owner, passionate about the area's wildlife etc. The whole place seemed very easy going, informally laid out in a really good location. Can't wait to return!
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Norwegian Wild
Which popular attractions are close to Norwegian Wild?
Nearby attractions include Storfossen (4.2 miles), Svanelva (4.2 miles), and Kapervatna (4.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Norwegian Wild?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Norwegian Wild?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a dining area.
What food & drink options are available at Norwegian Wild?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Norwegian Wild?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Norwegian Wild?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Langhamn (9.7 miles).
Does Norwegian Wild have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.