Kirkenes Activities

King Crab Safari

13:00-16:00/17:00
Min 2 Persons. Lunch included

“Rated one of the best 25 excursions in the World by National Geographic”
One of the highlights of Northern Norway with the chance to taste one of the local delicacies known worldwide. Heading out on the Kirkenes Fjord you will come face to face with this giant of the sea on the King Crab safari. The red king crab found in the Barents Sea can reach up to two meters from claw to claw and weigh up to 15 kilos. Depending on the weather and ice the trip might be by boat or snowmobile drawn sleigh. Once your king crab has been caught, you are transferred to remote cabin where the crab will be prepared for a delicious lunch. All equipment and clothing provided.

Price:
3 - 4h

Visit The Snow Hotel

Dinner included
Enjoy a visit to the Snow Hotel and a delicious dinner in true northern style. 

Price: $ 210.00
h

Visit Snow Hotel, Dinner & Overnight In A Snow Igloo

Enjoy a visit to the Snow Hotel and a delicious dinner in true northern style. After dinner, for those who are game, there is also an opportunity for a once in a lifetime experience and choose to stay in a Snow Igloo with its unique snow wall carvings and sculpted ice bed. Each bed has a mattress and thermal sleeping bags so you can sleep warmly while the room temperature will be-5 degrees Celsius.

Price: $ 390.00
h
testimonials
Hi Dora, We really enjoyed our trip to St. Petersburg and wanted to thank you for your hard work. From Petergoff to the Hermitage, to simply shopping or walking down the street, we loved everything there was to see in St. Petersburg. We felt so fortunate to be there and couldn't get over the gorgeous detail in the impressive architecture all around us. While our stay was short, I feel we really got to see a lot with your company and we both appreciate how well put together it all was. The guide was great and the train ride was a lot of fun. Again, thanks for the time you put into making our Russian trip everything it was. We had the best time. - Margaret and Brian Daily