Fjord Midnight Sun

The midnight sun, or polar day, is a natural phenomenon that occurs in summer, south of the Antarctic Circle and north of the Arctic Circle, including northern Norway. The Earth revolves around an axis inclined to the sun, and during the summer months, the North Pole is oriented towards our star. That's why, above the Arctic Circle, the sun does not set for several weeks, hence the name Polar Day. Honningsvåg, in northern Norway, is the place on continental Norway where the polar day is the longest, since the midnight sun does not lie between April 20th and August 22nd.
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Fjord Midnight Sun
Journey Highlights
  • Norway in a Nutshell: Oslo, Flåm, Bergen
  • Flåmsbana and Fjord Ferry
  • Panoramic Stockholm
  • Highlights of Oslo
  • Sightseeing of Tromsø
  • Midnight Sun Walk
  • Excursion to North Cape
  • Visit North Cape Museum