Category Archives: Norway

If you’re looking for inspiration and empowerment to solo travel in Norway, follow my adventures as I solo travel Norway, sharing my solo experiences.

Is Stavanger Worth Visiting?

Types of Solos – Active, Arty & Museum, History, Nature Solos Norway is a beautiful country. With the help of our solo female community I have put together a guide of all of their recommendations of why you should visit the Norwegian city of Stavanger. If you’re wondering is Stavanger worth visiting? Yes it is!… Continue Reading…

Marken Gjestehus, Bergen (Now City Hostel Bergen)

If you’re planning on visiting Bergen but are unsure where to stay, Marken Gjestehus is a great choice especially if you’re travelling solo. Find out why in this article  About Marken Gjestehus If you’re heading to Bergen, Marken Gjestehus which has changed its name to City Hostel Bergen, is the perfect guesthouse/hostel for solos. Ranked the… Continue Reading…

Best Places To Stay in Norway

Norway is a fantastic country to visit. It’s safe, has great transportation links and English is widely spoken. I’ve spent a total of 2 months in Norway travelling around the country, staying in various accommodations. If you’re looking for the best places to stay in Norway, I’ve included the best cities and destinations and recommended… Continue Reading…

Visit Natives – Save $250 off!

Types of Girl about the Globes – Cultural GatG, Tribal GatG If you’ve ever wanted to witness a Sami reindeer migration or visit the Sami reindeer herders in Norway, now you can. Visit Natives gives you the opportunity to discover indigenous cultures in both Norway and Tanzania. Travel deeper and get more out of your… Continue Reading…

Feeding Reindeer in Norway

Feeding reindeer in Norway is such a humbling, magical experience. If you’ve ever wanted to experience reindeer feeding and learn about the Sami culture, Tromso in the Arctic Circle is a great place to do it. Here’s my experience to inspire you. Feeding Reindeer in Norway I looked in amazement at the scene before me, a scene… Continue Reading…

Seeing The Northern Lights in Tromso

“They’re coming!” said Jonathan, the owner of the hostel, excitedly, as the first wisps of white air streamed across the air, looking like a white rainbow without the colours and hovering over us like an angel archway. The night sky was dancing with stars, glistening and twinkling in the Arctic sky. I felt as though… Continue Reading…