Senja is one of Norway's most spectacular and varied islands, with a wealth of nature and wildlife experiences waiting to be explored. With our large 860-acre property stretching from the sea to the mountaintops, you have a unique opportunity to experience everything the island has to offer.
For birdwatchers and nature photographers, our property is an absolute dream destination. Eagles are an important part of the ecosystem here and are a regular sight for our guests. You can observe eagles in their natural habitat and have the opportunity to photograph these majestic creatures up close. In addition to eagles, there are several other bird species to see on our property.
If you want to explore the beautiful archipelago, you will likely come across seals and porpoises, which often rest on the rocks outside our cabins. It is a great experience to see these cute animals in their natural environment. And it doesn't stop there - we also have a large population of moose, as well as hares and foxes, which are common sights on our property.
For those who want an active holiday, you can explore our great groomed cross-country skiing trails located near the cabins. If you prefer to explore on your own, it is also possible to ski off-trail on suitable snow. You can also spend the day on the terrace and watch various fish species jump and frolic in the sea.
For those who like to pick berries, there are also great opportunities for that. On our property, you will find blueberries, lingonberries, cloudberries, wild raspberries, and crowberries, all of which can be picked and taken home. You can also take a hike in the forest and experience a fantastic view from the highest mountaintop, where you can overlook the entire Solbergfjorden, towards Vågsfjorden, and the surrounding islands.
All in all, on our property in Senja, you can experience a range of fantastic nature and wildlife experiences that will make your holiday memorable. With so much to see and do, there is no reason to travel far away to have an experience of a lifetime!