Sometimes, we feel tiredness from the bustle of the city and just need to escape for a couple of days. What could be better than counting stars in the night sky, enjoying picturesque views and relaxing on the amazing landscapes of Norway? Take a break at the best camping places on the shore of the fjord, by the sea or in the forest. We bet you will never forget this trip.
Far from Civilization
If you are not afraid to stay in a tent in the middle of the wild nature, you can tell to your friends that you got free accommodation in one of the most expensive countries in the world. The Jotunheimen mountain range and the Lofoten archipelago are the favorite destinations of the most courageous adventure seekers. If the thought of being alone in the wild nature scares you and you are looking for some company then check it via best sex dating sites.
If you and your girl prefer a more comfortable vacation, there are excellent options to combine outdoor activities with comfort just renting a country house or a cottage. In this case, a romantic couple will be able to use a warm shower, fireplace, drinks etc.
Many campgrounds have houses that can be booked in advance:
• The one-room house with necessary furniture;
• A house may consist of several rooms and has electricity;
• Separate bedroom and water supply inside the house;
• One living room and at least one bedroom. Cold and hot water, toilet/shower;
• Hotel standard amenities, self-catering.
As you see, camping in Norway is a good alternative to traditional offers. Enjoy the real freedom, being one by one with nature.
Feel Close to Nature
Staying at one of the campgrounds in Western Norway, you will get the perfect base for sightseeing. Just imagine waking up every morning with a view of the famous Geiranger Fjord. In the Sognefjord area, you can find campgrounds, from which it is convenient to get to both the fjords and glaciers. Further north along the west coast you can find quiet bays with white sandy beaches and turquoise water, surrounded by sharp mountain peaks. In the east of the country, there are vast forests and mountain areas, perfectly suitable for hiking, fishing, and cycling.
Despite the fact that everyone has his or her own ideas about the perfect vacation, camping in wild nature is extremely popular. For some people, this is the opportunity to “disconnect” and relax for a while. For others, the main thing is to spend a good time in the company of family and friends. You can set up an ascetic tent without spending a lot of money, or you can choose an expensive “glamping” (“glamorous camping”) to enjoy a comfortable proximity to nature. In Norway, there are about 1,000 campgrounds throughout the country. Most of them offer an opportunity to set up a tent or a house on wheels, as well as to stay in guesthouses.