Norway, the land of the midnight sun, unspoilt nature and beautiful landscapes snow. The west coast is characterized by fjords, waterfalls, steep mountains and glaciers. The breathtaking scenery was created during the ice age by massive erosion forces of glaciers. Hundred years scraped ice masses is a path through the mountains.
When the glaciers began to melt the remaining cuts were promptly filled with seawater. Along the shore and around the fjords lie small villages, each with their own character. There has hardly changed since the first settlers built their home. Lokale tradities en de invloed van de natuur zijn nog altijd zichtbaar. De vruchtbare valleien in de regio zijn perfect voor het telen van fruit zoals appels, peren, kersen en aardbeien. Wild, vis, of lokaal gefokt schapenvlees vormen de basis van veel lokale gerechten.
Lees meer over dit unieke reisaanbod in Imago Magazine Herfst 2017