We do daily departures to The Trollfjord from Svolvær harbor all year.
The safari includes white sand beaches, the idyllic Haversand and Skjoldvær. The route may vary according to weather conditions. Be aware that this activity in not recommended for children during the winter period.
Adult NOK 1195,- p.p. This activity is not recommended for children in winter
Remember warm shoes, hat and clothes fit for the weather of the day.
- Included in the price:
* A floating suit
* An inflatable life jacket
* Bring your own mask for use if it feels crowded
How to book:
• Book online • Buy your ticket from our shop at the quay front promenade • Buy your ticket from our ticketstand at Svolvær Square • Buy your ticket from the Tourist Information office • Buy your ticket at Svinøya Rorbuer or other hotel receptions
• Call us at +47 971 52 248
The Trollfjord is one of the most visited nature attractions in Lofoten. The fjord is a sidearm the Raftsund east in Lofoten.
The fjord is 2 km long, and only 100 meters wide at the most narrow. The steep mountains surrounding the fjord are between 600 and 1100 metres high.
The fjord has also played an important part in our fisheries. The battle of the Trollfjord in 1890 is immortalized through Johan Bojer`s novel, «The Last Viking», and one of painter Gunnar Berg`s (1863-1893) main works.
The painting of The battle of the Trollfjord can be viewed in Svinøya Rorbuer`s Gunnar Berg Gallery.