Hotel Arran Nordkapp

Address: Sjoveien 18A, Honningsvag, Finnmark, North Norway, 9762, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sjoveien 18A, Honningsvag, is near Nordkapphallen and Nordkappmuseet.
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      Travel Blogs from Honningsvag

      Great Bird Watching Safari

      A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 12, 2014

      31 photos

      ... that were interesting! I could see the fish in the puffin's mouth! So cool! It was the FIRST time I actually saw a really puffin!! They were SO beautiful and cute! Their beaks and color were just unbelievable! And I did not know they actually swam! Seeing them diving into the water with their 2 little red feet up was just so cute!!

      We had such a wonderful time seeing the birds! The weather was so nice, sunny, with a little wind, just perfect. We ...

      North Cape and Reindeer

      A travel blog entry by finnegan on Aug 09, 2014

      14 photos

      ... standing after WWII. We climbed to a viewpoint of Honningsvag.

      We enjoyed watching the local reindeer eat lunch. The reindeer are rounded up each spring by Sami herdsmen in boats. They force the reindeer to swim across a mile-wide channel from their winter home on the mainland.

      The ...

      North Cape Bound

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 12, 2014

      25 photos

      ... s suggestion, we went to another village, Gjesvær, some 20km to the west and with many off lying rocks and islands, it should be interesting. Indeed it was, extremely picturesque and peaceful – a small fishing community that made extra cash by taking summer tourists out to bird watch. There was also a café-style restaurant, where most of us tried king crab legs (giant spider crabs). I’m not sure but I think that these crabs are in fact a ...

      Stone Age Rock Carvings

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 06, 2014

      10 photos

      ... The whole display was really well done and we spent some hours there, including the museum displays on the Sami people and the Northern Lights (only visible up here in winter.) People here speak three languages- Norwegian, Sami and a local Finnish dialect as there were lots of Finns crossing the border some years back, so road signs are trilingual. Arrived at Alta, a town that lives on slate quarrying. Amazing new "space age" church, but unfortunately not open ...

      North Cape.........Kappnord

      A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Jun 22, 2014

      ... hour later we wondered what to do.....the ice bar! How great, a bar made entirely of ice. No Vodka. Well soft drinks. Pretty much a rip off. Ah well, part of the experience. This barren town of 250 residents was invaded by close to 5000 tourists as three ships docked in the bay. After dinner we wandered off in another direction and walked for another hour. That's the whole place. Bleak, no trees, few plants, one ...