This region is extremely popular with tourists. To discover why, rent a vehicle and explore the villages, towns and cities surrounding Vik. Namsskogan and Grane are two other places worth seeing while you're in Fjord Norway.
For a low-cost outdoors activity that everyone will like, take the time to visit the region's fascinating open-air exhibits, open-air museums and lighthouses. Discover some of the pieces of the region's rich cultural tapestry at Fjord Norway's art galleries, history museums and art museums.
Sometimes, the most enjoyable way to truly dig below the veneer of a destination is by using the knowledge of the locals. This region offers some very informative cycling tours. When the sun is shining, follow the locals and head to Fjord Norway's much-loved waterways for a morning of rafting or scuba diving.
Why not take your tastebuds on a tour through the culinary traditions of Fjord Norway. Two regional favorites to order are raspeballer (potato dumplings) with sausage are free range mutton shanks.
Use your best Norwegian and charm the locals in Norway. A good example of a handy Norwegian phrase is "Kvar kjem du frå?" (Where are you from?). "What's your name?" is another good one know, so try getting your mouth around "Kva heiter du?"
At the finish of your stay, pack your suitcase and bid Norway "Ha det bra" (farewell).