Join us for an exciting RIB boat safari in the North Cape vicinity. After suiting up and a short safety briefing, we will board the boat and take you on a ride to discover the northern shores of Magerøya island.
On the way, you will have a chance to spot the local wildlife, such as seals, sea-eagles, puffins, harbour porpoises and whales. We will pass the North Cape Horn, an ancient place of sacrifice for the Sami population, and Kirkeporten, a natural arch along the coastline. Also Hornvika, the bay that provided access to the first visitors of North Cape is a sight worth seeing, as is the North Cape cliff itself and the actual northernmost point of the island, Knivskjellodden.
The tour starts and ends in Skarsvåg, known as the northernmost fishing village, with less than 20 000 people living further north, worldwide.
3 reasons to book now:
- Get a chance to spot the local wildlife. Some of the species that can be found in the northern parts of Norway are: seals, harbour porpoises, puffins, sea-eagles and whales. Occasionally, even a lonely walrus can be spotted here.
- Learn about Kirkeporten and the North Cape, 2 ancient places of sacrifice for the Sami, the indigenous population of Northern Norway.
- Explore the northern shores of Magerøya Island by RIB. These Rigid Inflatable Boats are extremely manoeuvrable and offer great possibilities to discover the hidden gems of North Cape.
Meeting point: pick-up and drop-off at your location of choice in Honningsvåg
Capacity: max. 12
Duration: 2,5 hrs (incl. transfer)
Tour operated by North Cape Safari.