We went to Tysfjord in January 2013 to try to see killer whales, and thought we would have no chance after reading recent reviews. But on arrival the Turistsenter manager explained he had booked us on a whale safari in Andenes, a two-hour drive away, as the whales were not in Tysfjord at that time. He then drove us there... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tysfjord Turistsenter Hotel is located 250 km above Arctic circle. We are a base camp for wildlife/killer whale safaris in Norway, and offer modern hotel rooms with all conveniences. The hotel also has lecture and conference rooms, and a large, pleasant reception area with an open fireplace where flames burn most of the day. The complex is in a picturesque setting, looking onto the idyllic Storjordpolden and facing Norway's national mountain, the Stetind. Some of the world's most beautiful rock carvings are close by. The Tysfjord Tourist Centre is a hotel big enough to meet most requirements, but small enough to ensure personal contact and good service. ... more less
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