Norway is one of the most beautiful countries we have ever visited in our motorhome. Mountains, glaciers and waterfalls appear around every corner, with vast areas of wilderness waiting to be explored. If you love adventure and raw nature, then Norway is for you! Motorhomes in Norway are welcomed; wide, empty roads and great facilities beckon. Our essential guide to motorhome travel in Norway will provide you with all the information you need…what are you waiting for?
Flåm is a small village situated in Western Norway, surrounded by steep mountains, thundering waterfalls, fjords and truly spectacular scenery. Flåm sits at the top of the Aurlandsfjord, a branch of the vast Sognefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is a perfect stop in any motorhome tour of Norway as there is so much to do and see. How to visit Flåm in a motorhome will give you all the information you need to have an incredible stay.
Trolltunga (literally Troll’s Tongue) is one of Norway’s iconic (and let’s not deny it, Instagrammable) hikes. Trolltunga is in the Hardangerfjord region of Norway, with the fjord itself being the fourth longest in the world and the second longest in Norway. The region is also home to the Folgefonna glacier and the Vøringsfossen waterfall; it is an area of outstanding natural beauty and a hub of Nordic activity. Hiking Trolltunga (from a motorhome) has to be on your Norway bucket list, we’ll show you how!