The wanderlust takes you to the fascinating places in the world. There is nothing more tempting than traveling. And, if you are an adventure sports lover, then it’s like the cherry on the cake.
So today, we are going to explore the so-called lonely planet, which isn’t at all the lonely in real. This exotic place offers the wonderful extreme sports week for your holiday cravings and refreshes your mind, body and yeah, soul too. So, are you all set to travel to Norway? Yeah, I’m talking about the scenic beauty, i.e. Kingdom of Norway.
The unspoiled inner nature of this country tells you the tale of its beautiful and rich natural heritage, which is definitely the main attraction of this beautiful kingdom. The inner part of the country such as small towns and country sides are the most desirable places to visit in Norway.
Geographically, Norway is extended across the Arctic Circle and offers a great landscape view, where you definitely find yourself lost in your dreamland. This amazingly beautiful kingdom is famous for its fjord-indented coastline and its astonishing mountain views, ski resorts, lakes and woods.
Rich in natural beauty which is no doubt unspoiled, Norway attracts a great number of hikers and skiers. Norway offers the most adventure sports in the world like the ski jump and hiking. The Fjord, mountains and the magically beautiful waterfall attracts thousands of visitors around the world per year.
Not only its adventure sports but also its heritage beauty, history, and culture also play a significant role in attracting tourist around the world. The sightseeing in Norway is a pleasure to your eyes. The great historic buildings, the beautiful craft items, folk museums, will take you to a completely different place.
If you are a sports freak, then you should pack your bag and head to Norway, to enjoy the ultimate offering of this beautiful country. The most popular attraction of Norway is its winter sports.
The two world famous skiing resorts are also in Norway, now you can imagine, how much fun, you will be going to have in Norway.
Trysil, Norway’s largest ski resort is a must to visit attraction among the adventurous tourists. Trysil is a great place to explore the Norwegian nature and offers a various number of tempting and adventurous outdoor activities such as guided trips, river fishing, dog sledge driving, elk safari, night photography, and stargazing.
Hemsedal, which is famous for its natural beauty, is the second largest ski resort in Norway. The ski centres in Hemsedal was bought in 2000 by the Swedish company. Every winter, autumn and part of spring, a great number of tourist visit Hemsedal for ski and other attractions such as the waterfall Rjukandefossen which is located in the vicinity of the village of Tuv.
In the summer, this place offers a great number of adventurous activities such as hiking, climbing, mountain biking, fishing and many more.
So, if you are planning for an extreme sports week holiday and want to explore the unspoiled natural beauty, then plan your travel to Norway and enjoy its adventures offerings.