Are you planning an outdoor trip and looking for glamping sites in Norway? Then, look no further, because I have listed 7 best glamping Norway sites for you to choose from.
Glamping Norway is a new trend that’s becoming popular all over the country. It’s an adventurous way to camp that involves staying in a cabin or tent.
Glamping Norway offers a camping experience for those who may not be comfortable with the rugged outdoors. Glamping in Norway offers an abundance of nice facilities for guests, and you can enjoy a wide variety of activities that are more typical for the area you’re staying at.
Top 7 Glamping Norway Sites
Beautiful mountains, sparkling rivers, stunning fjords, Northern Lights and abundance of winter activities make Norway a great destination for your next glamping holiday.
Norway is already known for the high quality of its glamping sites so if you enjoy unspoilt nature, here are top 7 Glamping Norway sites to pick from.
1. Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel
Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel made of ice and snow is a once in a lifetime experience. Situated near the river Alta on 2500 m², the Igloo hotel is freshly made every year with a different Arctic theme. You can enjoy the beautiful ice sculptures while you explore the hotel and relax at the Ice Bar with a drink served in an ice glass.
There’s also 2 restaurants, an Ice Chapel, sauna and a warm building with hot showers, changing rooms and a storage place. You will be sleeping in a cosy bed with reindeer leather sleeping pads and sleeping bags. The hotel’s regular temperature is -4 to -7 °C.
In order to explore the area of snow and ice, you should definitely try out snowmobile safari.
2. Tromso Ice Domes
Located near Tromsø, the Arctic Capital, in a beautiful Tamok Valley you can find the stunning Ice Domes. The Ice Domes are freshly crafted each year.
The rooms come with reindeer skin mattresses and warm sleeping bags, so you don’t have to worry about getting cold. There is an Ice Bar onsite offering delicious frozen cocktails.
A great place to stay if you are looking for a true winter adventure. You may watch Northern Lights play across the sky, explore beautiful surroundings, take a snowshoe tour, cook a meal over open fire and more.
3. The Arctic Hideaway
The Arctic Hideaway is a stunning cluster of 9 wooden cabins located on the Norwegian Arctic Island of Fleinvær. The site can accommodate between 10-15 people in 5 cabins and is great for large families or groups of friends.
5 cabins come with beds and other 4 are kitchen, living area, sauna and a bathhouse. You should keep in mind that this is a completely isolated area and the sun doesn’t rise between mid- December and mid-January.
But while staying there you can enjoy plenty of activities, including fishing, shell picking, bird watching, taking tours to neighbouring islands and more.
Trones-Eye is an ‘igloo’ transparent tent, located on the edge of Trondheim Fjord within a beautiful scenery. The tent sleeps 4 and comes with a double king size bed, 2 single beds, heating, breakfast delivery and all you need for an enjoyable stay.
You will have a comfortable night under the stars and listen to the wonderful birdsong or listen to water splashing on the rocks. A cozy spot offering a memorable experience!
WonderInn is a stunning mirrored cabin located just 25 km away from Oslo, in a nature reserve Nordre Øyeren. Although close to the city, you will feel like you are miles away. There are 2 longest rivers merging in the area and an abundance of wildlife.
The cabin is made of glass walls offering amazing views and sleeps 4. It has a double bed, en-suite bathroom, underfloor heating, kitchenette, toilet with shower and a separate annex with sofa bed. Outside you can find BBQ, firepit, a fresco dining area, a hot tub and there’s easy access to the lake.
A great spot in a perfect landscape for a complete relaxation just outside Oslo.
6. Gaular Birdbox
If you are looking for a true romantic getaway look no further than the Gaular Birdbox. This futuristic house sleeps 2 and offers amazing views of Gaular mountains in a secluded place.
The house has a futuristic design and comes with big windows, downy double bed and all you need for a comfortable stay. There is no Wi-fi and TV, but you don’t even need these in such a beautiful setting.
You can put your skis on and explore the area or take one of many hiking trails nearby. If you are looking for a secluded place surrounded by untouched nature, you have just found it!
7. Hobbit Cabin
This beautiful Hobbit Cabin is located in the Hallingskarvet National Park and is great for all ski-lovers. There’s a 100 km cross-country slope near the cabin and a downhill ski centre nearby. Not to mention plenty of hiking trails that you can enjoy.
The Hobbit Cabin sleeps 4 and comes with a double bed, sofas, heating, firewood, candles, full kitchen and a bathroom.
This great place situated in mountains and surrounded by magnificent fjords, should definitely be on your bucket list!
Top 7 Glamping Norway Sites
Have you been glamping in Norway? If I haven’t included a site that deserves to be on this list, please let me know in the comments.