Glamp on white sands by turquoise seas… in the Arctic

In Travel News by The H4C Team

This has got to be one of the coolest things we’ve seen in travel-world for 2018. Adventure travel group Off the Map Travel have just opened new glamping site under the Arctic midnight sun in Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Inviting guests to stay in a lavvu (an indigenous Sami teepee), the eco-glamping site is situated right next to white-sand beaches and clear, turquoise seas. Take. Us. There. Now.

The Lofoten Islands are blessed with breathtaking scenery

Known as one of the world’s most scenic and adventure-packed destinations, the Lofoten Islands are blessed with majestic fjords, green fields and long Arctic summer days. Allowing you to enjoy all this and more, Off the Map’s latest offering also gives couples the chance to experience a range of adventures, such as wildlife cruises, kayaking, fjord hikes, Lofotr Viking Musuem visits and a trip to a goat farm. Optional added experiences like a ‘fish to dish’ wilderness cooking course are also available. Sign us up!

After getting out and exploring the islands, couples can settle in for the night in luxury. Kitted out with comfortable beds and fine linens, each tent (there are seven in total) have been designed sustainably and in traditional Scandinavian style. 

Enjoy a mix of luxury and adventure at Off the Map Travel’s latest offering

Bookings are available for two- and three-night stays between June and August. To find out more or to book, visit Off the Map Travel’s website here.