This walking holiday leads you through the magnificent Fulufjellet National Park.
On this guided camping safari in Norway, you will enjoy the scenery and wildlife of this amazing national park which borders Sweden’s national park giving Fulufjellet a large variety of wildlife.
This holiday will allow you to get closer to nature through the smells, tastes and sights.
Accommodation in Fulufjellet National Park
We will be camping in Fulufjellet National Park, in one of Europe’s last wilderness areas. You will have access to a pop up toilet in a tent so you can have some level of comfort in this wilderness.
All breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided for in the National park, we will be eating freeze dried food as it is easier to carry but I have chosen one of the best products available and all the meals are amazing.
We will also use solar panels so you will be able to charge your cameras and phones so you do not have to worry about the battery life while in the National Park.
Walking in Fulufjellet National Park
The walking holiday is moderate and anyone with a normal level of health will be fine.
The National Park is home to elk/moose, bears, wolves, lynx, wolverines and various bird and reptile species. Please note that as we’ll be in a National Park, seeing wildlife can’t be guaranteed. But of course we’ll do our best to find them.
Walking wildlife safari itinerary
Day 1 – Airport pick up at Moss airport, Rygge. We will head to Fulufjellet National Park to set up camp, have dinner and do an evening walk.
Day 2 – We will start the day with an early morning walk, followed by breakfast. We will then do a day trip to see more of the National park stopping for lunch. We will go back to the camp for dinner and do an evening walk.
Day 3 – An early morning walk followed by breakfast. We will then take down the tents and change campsite. We will have lunch and explore more of the Park. Have dinner and then go for an evening walk.
Day 4 – An early morning walk then breakfast. You will then go horse riding with a local company stopping for your lunch on the trail. I will take you back to the campsite and you can relax, have your dinner and then go for an evening walk. Please note: The horse riding is optional and subject to availability, it does not matter about your level of riding experience as you will be looked after by a professional.
Day 5 – An early morning walk then breakfast. We will take down the tents and move campsite and have lunch. Go for a walk then get back for dinner and go for an evening walk.
Day 6 – An early morning walk then back to camp for breakfast. We will explore more of the Park and have lunch. When we get back to the campsite we will have dinner and go for an evening walk.
Day 7 – We will take down the tents and then you will be transported back to the airport to go back home.
Dates and Availability
We depart every Monday from the airport and leave for the National Park.
There is no minimum group size for this walking holiday.
The maximum group size for this walking holiday is 6 people.
The tours operate throughout May, June, July, August and September.
Price for adults: £720
Price for children (under 18): £400
Added extras on this holiday are horseback riding, white water rafting and fishing.
10% of the annual net profit will be donated to NOAH – an animal right charity in Norway, so you can be happy in the knowledge that some of your money will be going to help animals in Norway and internationally.
Please contact the holiday provider, through the contact form below, for more information.