This tour combines the autumnal beauty of
Scandinavian nature with exciting night dives
and encounters with bizarre marine life.
When the days get shorter in autumn and the arctic polar night approaches, creatures from another world can be seen in the deep fjords of Norway. They migrate to the surface of the water from inaccessible depths.
During the day we explore different dive sites, such as kelp forest, steep walls and wrecks. When night falls, however, we pay full attention to the small and sometimes extremely bizarre larvae, shrimps, squids and other creatures that are attracted by the light of the lamps. Some of the dives take place from the boat and over water depths of several hundred meters, while on other nights we dive directly from the coast. Therefore, we not only have the opportunity to discover a wide variety of species, but also get impressions of the different habitats at night.
A tour where there is still a lot to discover and we continue to do pioneering work, as there was no organized diving expedition of this kind in the far north before. A must for every ambitious macro photographer!
Price per person
Important information - diving
The dives take place from the boat and partly from land. Currents are rare. Some dives take place in the dark. The dives in general do not take place deeper than 30 meters/90 feet. Swell is possible off the coast and also in the fjord.
Diving cylinders DIN, steel, double valve, 200 bar, 10, 12 and 15 liters are available. The water temperature is around 8 to 12°C in the fjords and off the coast. We recommend using a dry suit for all dives.
A diving torch should be carried on every dive. When diving at night, it is also mandatory to carry a backup lamp!