Here at Best Served Scandinavia we our passionate on everything Scandinavia. We have expertise in Scandinavian wildlife holidays/tours through our industry experience and our blend of Scandinavian travel consultants.
All our Scandinavia wildlife tours can be tailored to deliver the precise mix of destinations and experiences required. So have a look at the below Scandinavia wildlife offers and itineraries for a starting point then contact us and tell us what you want to do, so we can start to design that wildlife experience for you.
Finlandís claim to be one of Europeís last wildernesses is well founded. The Finnish forests are dominated by birch, pine and spruce, are also home to some exotic wildlife. One of the main wildlife attractions is the 1,000 brown bears that inhabit the Finnish forests. Here with Best Served Scandinavia we can give you the opportunity to confront & photograph these rare animals.
Finland Wildlife Holidays
Our top Finland Wildlife Holidays
The below itineraries show a sample of Finland Wildlife Holidays. If nothing takes your fancy then please call one of Scandinavian experts on 020 7838 5956
Bear watching in Finland
Finland Wildlife Holidays from £899.00 per person
Tour destination: Finland
There are crystal-clear lakes, brooks and stretches of almost untouched wilderness in many parts in Finland where you can hear the sighing of the wind in the ancient forests and enjoy the clean air. Finland is one of the most northerly countries in the world so it’s no wonder that its fauna should feature a number of northern and eastern species rarely encounte..
Norway Wildlife Holidays
Our top Norway Wildlife Holidays
The below itineraries show a sample of Norway Wildlife Holidays. If nothing takes your fancy then please call one of Scandinavian experts on 020 7838 5956
Killer Whales and Northern Lights in Norway
Wildlife Holidays from £1025.00 per person
Tour destination: Norway
3 3 nights
Tysfjord is situated in the heart of a spectacular area with a unique wild life, 120 miles north of Arctic Circle in Northern Norway. The Orca Basecamp has been conducting research on killer whales since 1987. 600-700 orcas spend the winter in the Tysfjord-Lofoten-VesterŚlen area every year between October and January making this one of the best places to observe the..