This adventure trip in mid-Norway can barely be
surpassed in terms of variety. In the course of one
week, we will visit a wide variety of dive sites.
Attractions include a kelp forest, wrecks, deep-sea corals, chimaeras, wild salmon in the river, and much more. There is also plenty to experience above water.
The glorious foliage of the autumn season is evident in the luminous yellow of the birch forests and the wine red of the plateaus. At night, there is a chance to experience the Northern lights (aurora borealis) at this time of year.
On this tour, everything is organized. We pick up all tour members at the Trondheim airport and return them back again at the end of the tour. Our small groups will consist of only four members providing ideal conditions to experience partly unspoiled nature. Dives occasionally start from stony beaches. A certain level of physical fitness is a basic prerequisite for joining this tour.
Price per person
from 2.850 Euro
Important information - diving
On this tour we will visit various dive sites. Some of the dives will proceed from the shore. It can be demanding to get in and out of the water. Stones on the beach can be slippery and waves (in the surf zone) might be challenging. Divers who suffer from knee problem or whose physical fitness is limited might not be able to join these dives.
Only for the Trondheimfjord: Even when arranging the diving activities in slack water, (strong) currents must be expected. Some dives on this trip will be night dives and will take place in total darkness. Every diver has to bring a dive torch, as well as a backup light! The dive torch should be taken on every dive.
Maximum depth for the dives is 30 m (100 ft). Visibility vary from 5 to 20 m (17 to 65 ft). The water in the Trondheimfjord is dark, caused by a thick (1 to 4 meters, or 3 to 12 ft), dark-brown layer of fresh water covering the “clear” sea water. This is also one of the reasons why there are so many deep-water species in shallow waters here. We strongly recommend using a dry suit for diving.
We provide steel tanks with DIN double valves (200 bar) and a volume of 10, 12, or 15 liters as well as lead weight in different sizes. Oxygen equipment in case of diving emergencies is available during the whole trip.
The water temperature is around 8 to 12°C (46 to 54°F).