At Kronebutikken you will learn how to make duodji, the traditional Sami handcraft, and we will show you a multimedia show while serving a lunch based on local dishes. We are located in Sørkjosen.
Kronebutikken is one of the oldest buildings in the region and contains different products/businesses run by craftswomen from the region. You will learn more about the meeting of the three tribes, you can try to make your own handcraft with reindeer or fish skin with the craftswoman Hilde Marie Lund. Finally, we will show you a multimedia show about the region and we will serve you lunch comprising of local dishes.
Includes: Storytelling, handcraft activity, multimedia show, lunch, coffee/tea Participants: min. 2, max 15 Time: 11.00 - 13.00 or by appointment Duration: 2 hours Level: easy The facility is disability-friendly.
Overlooking the scenic Reisafjord, this hotel is found next to the harbour in Sørkjosen. It features a traditional restaurant, free Wi-Fi and a cosy lounge with a flat-screen TV. The guest rooms feature TV and private bathroom. Many of the 54 rooms have panoramic waterfront views. Guests can try Norwegian specialities in the fjord-view restaurant, followed by after-dinner drinks in the lounge. Breakfast is served daily.
The farm house at Engnes, Djupvik is located by the Lyngenfjord in a popular area for summit to sea skiing and nature-based activities. The house has a kitchen, storage room, living room, toilet and bathroom downstairs and three bedrooms upstairs sleeping up to six guests.
In Djupvik, in the north-eastern part of the Lyngenfjord, you will find Artic Lyngen Sjøcamp right beside the fjord. Artic Lyngen has three modern cabins, each accommodating up to five people. The two-bedroom cabins feature private bathroom, large living room with modern kitchen and a terrace where you can relax and enjoy the view.