Diving in Lofoten
Diving the Lofoten Islands is a must on your visit to Norway. As a diver you will be visiting thrilling overhangs filled with colorful anemones and ocean roses. You will visit the swaying kelp forests covered by fish of all kinds of shapes and colours; you will discover crevices where crawfish, troll crabs and starfish hide whilst swimming among catfish, anglerfish and rays.
Soft white sandy beaches reach far out under the ocean surface. These plains give us the perfect conditions for underwater hunting, where spotting flatfish such as plaice, sole and anglerfish are certain winners.
In the Lofoten Islands you have the chance to dive in the midnight sun where you will see the sparkle of sunlight through waiving kelp. In the winter you may gaze at the spectacular northern lights after an exploration of the nightlife below the water. You may catch your own dinner and taste the wonders that the sea has to offer. We also offer a liveaboard experience that takes you as far west as possible in Norway. We will take you to dive sites that no one has ever been to.
News: DIVING THE WRECKS IN NARVIK
We are happy to inform you that we now organize diving on the wrecks from the Second World War in the Narvik area. Weekend trips, week trips and the fantastic diving combination Narvik and Lofoten. There are 7 wrecks we can dive in the area. We organize accommodation, airfills, boattrips, visit to the war museum and much more. Contact us for details.