Sea Kayak Holidays - 30-Day Nordland Sea Kayak Expedition - Kayak More Tomorrow

 

Multi-Day Sea Kayak Adventures that capture the Spirit of Adventure! 

NORWAY'S HELGELAND COAST

The Helgeland boasts a plethora of great multi-day sea kayaking trips. Let Kayak More Tomorrow show you throughs this island rich landscape on a remarkable paddling trip. We have several great trip itineraries ranging from a few days to a week in duration. Whether, you prefer to camp-out or stay in inns Kayak More Tomorrow has the perfect sea kayak itinerary for you through this amazing Arctic Archipelago.

Book your Sea Kayak Holiday Trip Today! (Due the nature of our holiday trips and the high level of interest we receive in them we recommend that you book your trip a minimum of 6 months in advance).
We have started taking reservations for our 2020 premier sea kayak holiday trips. E-Mail us today with your preferred trip and dates: info@kmtnorway.com

Joining us for a sea kayak tour in Norway is the right decision, as all our tours are completely original and designed by our own trip designers.

30-Day Nordland Sea Kayak Expedition

From EUR 8'950

Expedition Sea Kayaking

Kayak More tomorrow’s Nordland Sea Kayak Challenge is a 30-day exploratory paddling trip in Arctic Norway. Beginning on the 65th parallel in the Coastal town of Brønnøysund we paddle North crossing the Arctic Circle at 66.66 degrees North and then on towards our destination in the Lofoten/Vesterålen Islands on 69th parallel.
 

The Nordland Sea Kayak Challenge takes place during the month of July each year; we depart Brønnøysund the first Monday morning of July.

In 2020, the Nordland Challenge runs from July 06 – August 02.

The 2020 Nordland Challenge is € 8 950 per participant

Estimated weekly paddling sections:
July - week 1         Helgeland’s Coast
July - week 2         Helgeland’s Coast & Bodø
July - week 3         Salten’s Coast & The Stomping Grounds of Knut Hamsun
July - week 4         Vestfjord & The Lofoten Islands
 

 

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Kayak More tomorrow’s Nordland Sea Kayak Challenge is a 30-day exploratory paddling trip in Arctic Norway. Beginning on the 65th parallel in the Coastal town of Brønnøysund we paddle North crossing the Arctic Circle at 66.66 degrees North and then on towards our destination in the Lofoten/Vesterålen Islands on 69th parallel.
 

THE 2020 NORDLAND SEA KAYAK EXPEDITION

Estimated weekly paddling sections:
July - week 1         Helgeland’s Coast
July - week 2         Helgeland’s Coast & Bodø
July - week 3         Salten’s Coast & The Stomping Grounds of Knut Hamsun
July - week 4         Vestfjord & The Lofoten Islands
 

The Weekly Option – If you want to join the challenge for a shorter period then you can apply to paddle a weekly section. All costs of joining the group on-route and leaving the group after the section are the responsibility of the participant.

Weekly sections:

  • Helgeland’s Coast
  • Helgeland’s Coast & Bodø
  • Salten’s Coast & The Stomping Grounds of Knut Hamsun
  • Vestfjord & The Lofoten Islands

Contact us at info@kmtnorway.com - the land of the midnight sun awaits!


 

Highlights

The Nordland Sea Kayak challenge begins at the southern most end of the providence where we paddle North to the Northern boarder of the Troms, Providence in the Lofoten Islands. We meet in Brønnøysund, Nordland’s most southern city. Brønnøysund is a quaint coastal city that once was a major trading center on the sailing route from Bergen to the Lofoten Islands; it is here we do our final preparations of our sea kayak journey through Nordland.

The Nordland Challenge is unlike any other sea kayaking trip.  There is no set route, planned stopping places or scheduled overnight campsites. This is a journey, a discovery in its truest sense with everyday unique and undetermined waiting to unfold as we navigate our way through numerous archipelagos, fjords & charming northern settlements

Your KMT expedition leader will lay out a general plan for the challenge with sectional breakdowns and daily objectives. You will discover hidden places and uncover secrets of this ancient coastal culture. You will camp, stay in cabins, guesthouses, and rorbus and enjoy camp meals, picnics, and local speciality dishes prepared by the regions best chefs as you paddle your way north.
 
This is an unprecedented trip in which bragging rights belong to those who paddle this journey; tales from the challenge will be the envy of the cocktail circuit.