Norway Motorhome Rental

UK and Europe Travel - Travel throughout Norway and Europe using Motorhome Rental. We help independent travellers decide on the best way to see Norway offering caring service and terrific value deals. Norway Motorhome Hire Depots include Grimstad, Moss (Rygge), Oslo & Stavanger. 

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Arctic Campers - Arctic Campers is the first provider of Mini Camper vans in Northern Norway. We are located on the Lofoten Islands and in Tromso. We rent out camper vans for every season. No matter what you are looking for - our campers will let you explore Norway on your own terms. Stay comfortably warm in the winter while chasing the Northern Lights and follow the clear skies. Get to your favourite remote ski location in Lofoten, Lyngen Alps or the Tromso area. Discover the Arctic region in summer time all the way up to the North Cape (Nordkapp). Our campers are compact vans wich give you a high flexibility and an easy travelling compare to a big RV or Motorhome.
Askjems Utleie Center AS - RV Rental in Norway with depot in Sem. Askjems Utleie Center (Askjems Rental Ltd.) has rented out campers and caravans since 1995. We have a solid experience and many pleased customers, who chose us for their vacation year after year. We offer campers and caravans that are practical and functional and that are suited most needs and wishes.
Bobilutlie i Norge  - Campervan Hire in Norway. You can rent a RV/motorhome in almost every city in Norway. Renting is easy. Where do you want to start your RV / motorhome holiday in Norway, Most RVs in Norway can be driven with a normal driver's licence
iCaravan Rental  - Hire camper in Tromsoe, perfect for visiting Lofoten or Northcape. Only new campers available.
Nordic Campers  - Mini -campers that you will never forget. Our 50's style campers are fully equipped with what you need for your camping trip, you don't need to bring anything but your good mood, just show up and take of. Hire fun on wheels and taka a trip that you will never forget. The most exiting camper rental in Norway, fun guaranteed.
 
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Norway Country & Tourist Information - You will discover a country, which is enchantingly unique. Natural. Imagine a country where light and darkness intertwine. Where seasons melt together in colours and crystals. Imagine a country where the thawing snow gives way to blossom. Where sea and mountain unite. Discover a country where nature creates art. Where you are invited to a life-fulfilling experience of diversity.

Explore the Norway landscape with a Campervan, Motorhome, RV or Camper from one of the above Norway Camper hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom to discover the Norway Countryside at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check ins.

Stop when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of storage space where you can take all the essential items that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains or alongside a river or down on the beach.

Create life time memories with a Norway self drive camper rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with your Norway Camper Rental and enjoy great value for money (especially for families) with being able to prepare your own meals plus also the bonus of spending quality time with the family.

Climate
The climate of Norway is surprisingly temperate for such a northerly country; this is mainly due to the North Atlantic Current with its extension the Norwegian Current warming the air temperature, and the prevailing southwesterlies bringing the mild air on shore.

Normal monthly averages range from -17.1°C in January in Karasjok 129 m amsl. [3] to 17.3°C in July in Oslo - Studenterlunden 15 m amsl.[4] The warmest year average temperature is 7.7°C in Skudeneshavn in Karmøy, and the coldest is -3.1°C in Sihcajarvi in Kautokeino (excluding higher mountains and Svalbard); this is a 10.8°C difference, about the same as the temperature difference between Skudeneshavn and Athens, Greece

The warmest temperature ever recorded in Norway is 35.6°C in Nesbyen. The coldest temperature ever recorded is -51.4°C in Karasjok. The warmest month on record was July 1901 in Oslo, with a mean (24hr) of 22.7°C, and the coldest month was February 1966 in Karasjok with a mean of -27.1°C. Southwesterly winds further warmed by foehn can give warm temperatures in narrow fjords in winter; Tafjord has recorded 17.9°C in January and Sunndal 18.9°C in February.

Average daily minimum temperature in January is -6.8°C in Oslo, -4.8°C in Kristiansand, -0.4°C in Bergen and -6.5°C in Trondheim and Tromsø. The average daily high in July is 21.5°C in Oslo, 20.1°C in Kristiansand, 17.6°C in Bergen, 18.4°C in Trondheim and 15.3°C in Tromsø

Norway Most Popular Tourist Attractions

 Oscarsborg Fortress
Military history in the middle of the Oslofjord. A beautiful island in the middle of the narrowest section of the Oslofjord, but primarily an interesting monument to Norway's military history. It was from this fortress at dawn on 9 April 1940 that the cannons and torpedoes were fired that sank the German heavy cruiser the Blucher thus giving Norway's King Haakon VII and the Government the time they needed to flee further north, from where they were evacuated to London to continue the fight against the Nazi occupation.

Velmunden
Velmunden/Fjorda is Eastern Norway's canoeing paradise - between the Randsfjord and Sperillen Lakes. Here, the youngest members of the family can play at being Indians in an almost totally unspoiled landscape of islands and lakes, with countless canoeing routes to explore. A good area for canoeing, with a varied landscape 400 metres above sea level.

The Southern Norway Archipelago
he Southern Norway archipelago from the Ryvingen Lighthouse to the Jomfruland Island is a lovely archipelagos. It consists of thousands of small and large islands and skerries, with literally tens of thousands of areas of smooth rocky shore that are so popular with sun worshippers in summer.

Alfotbreen glacier and Nordfjord
The walk from Vingen, the biggest petroglyph field in the Nordic countries (near Norway's tallest sea cliff, Hornelen, 860 m), up through distinctive geological formations from the Devonian Age, across the Alfotbreen glacier (Norway's westernmost glacier), via the mountain cabins at Blabrebu and Gjegnabu and down to the Hyefjord is one of the finest walks in the world (like dozens of other walks in Norway that take you from the coast and fjords across high mountains and glaciers).

Kylling Bridge
Experience the Kylling bridge when taking the Raumabanen railway on our round trip Geiranger & Norway in a nutshell. This is a railway bridge that crosses the Rauma river.

Kjosfossen Waterfall
The Kjosfossen waterfall is legendary in Norway. In 1951, a stopping place for the Flam Railway was built near the waterfall to give train passengers an opportunity to see it. It's an impressive sight and the sound of the water is like thunder. Don't forget rainwear!. The stopping place is located approx. four kilometres from Myrdal station.

Akershus Fortress
When you visit Oslo on one of our roundtrips, make sure to see Akershus Fortress. Its central location makes the fortress grounds a popular recreational area for tourists and locals alike.Akershus Fortress is a medieval castle situated in Oslo city centre. Throughout its history it has had great strategic and symbolic value for Oslo and Norway. Akershus Fortress is still a military area, but it is open daily to the public until 21.00.
 




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