HOME The Fjords of Norway were formed more than a million years ago when
Hot Spots glaciers slowly melted across the land. The numerous lakes, rivers, and
Lofoten Islands huge waterfalls make up some of the most picturesque landscape in all
oslo of the world. Norway currently has 21 national parks, which cover
hammerfest more than 15,000 square kilometers. The wildlife in Norway provide
animal lovers with the chance to view such animals as moose, musk ox,
whale, beaver, reindeer, wolf, fox and many more. Traditionally,
the fjords have been the most popular tourist attraction in Norway.
With numerous mountain lodges spread throughout the fjords, hiking
and camping is a very popular
sport in the fjords.