Welcome to Strandbu Camping, Skibotn - Norway

 

We have cabins from 675 to 1350 NOK. Open all year!
Please contact us for more informasion

 

 

BRAND NEW Mountain bike TRAIL GUIDE for the Lyngenfjord region available!

https://www.facebook.com/visitlyngenfjord/videos/2252926728278910/?t=13 

 

Fantastic destination for Mountain biking.  

 

Photo: Visit Lyngenfjord 

 

 

Strong Aurora at the campsite 4. February 2019

Taken with a cellphone! by Jarle Nilsen 

 

 

Nice aurora 12th September 2014. Taken with an old Canon 350D. 

 
Aurora2 Nordlys september 2014

Photo: Stein-Are, Strandbu 

 

Nice Aurora at Strandbu camping.

aurora

Photo: Esdras Neto


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News

26.01.2014: Winter folder Strandbu.   

December 2013: Member in Visit Lyngenfjord. More information at www.visit-lyngenfjord.com  

1.4.12:  Strandbuposten nr 2-2012.

13.3.12: Strandbuposten nr 1-2012. 

 

09.12.2011: We arrange Dog Sledding Trips together with Tomas. Groups from 2-7 persons.

Take contact and we plan your stay. Every group will have a special experience together

with the dogs in the beautiful Skibotn Valley. The trip can vary from some hours to several days!

Eat outside. Experience Northern Lights / Aurora. Sleep in cabins on campsite in Skibotn.

Relax in traditional sauna. Enjoy :)

 

 

11.11.11: New WiFi antenna with high speed internet on campsite. Free for our guests.

 

Strandbu post 2-2011: Link

 

June 2011: Fishing licence to the Skibotnriver for rent at campsite

 

2011: Region Arctica is today a both a project and a tourism region. The project has been initiated by municipalities and tourism companies from Finland, Sweden and Norway.Link

 

June 2008: New pictures from our guest Carl-Steinar Jenssen. Vis album

 

October 2007: Pictures from our guest Carl-Steinar Jenssen. See album

 

April 2006: New pictures in our album.

 

 

Sommer Inge and Andreas with two great salmons from the Skibotnriver. Fossefall

The weather in Skibotn is greate for a walk in the nature. This picture is from a walk just half an hour from E8.