Nomads Travel in Norway
For today’s post, I thought I’d share my trip to Norway awhile back. By far it was one of the best places I’ve been to, so thought I share my experience of nomads travel in Norway.
‘Norway. A celestial light show. Cities among nature. A vast adventure playground.’
Norway comprises the western part of Scandinavia in Northern Europe. The rugged coastline, broken by huge fjords and thousands of islands. Stunning and dramatic scenery and landscape is found throughout Norway. The west coast of southern Norway and the coast of northern Norway present some of the most visually impressive coastal sceneries in the world. (Source)
‘Pulpit Rock’ (Preikestolen) is a pretty well known place in Norway, possibly the most famous among tourists. It certainly provides breathtaking photos that flood Instagram, so I’m sure you’ve at least seen it online. Despite the 2 hour hike to get there, it wasn’t something we could miss out on. I could talk about the hike, strolling up to the ‘summit’ of the rock but that’s not the interesting bit.
As we reached the end of the hike, all of sudden you are just hit with the view. A huge cliff that stands over the Lysefjord. I can honestly say I have never seen anything quite like it. The lush green valleys, with the immense exposed cliffs and then the Lysefjord running through the centre all combined to make a pretty spectacular landscape.
“There is some primeval, spiritual atmosphere that pervades this place, something that reaches to the core of where and why beliefs and superstitions appeared in the first place. The nature is so raw, so massive and overwhelming that it feels eternal.” – Mikael Lunde
It’s experiences like these that make me want to continue the digital nomad lifestyle, being able to witness these sights and experience the world – there’s nothing like it. I would really urge you to take a look at the rest of our blog, and our website too. You can find out all sorts about the digital nomads lifestyle and how nomads travel.
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I also created a video from this trip that’s live on our YouTube channel, so if you want to see some more of what I got up to in Norway be sure to head over and take a look!
(Initial quote sourced from Lonely Planet)
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