Leaving from the city centre, you'll drive out towards the Finnish border and the Lyngsfjord Alps – a setting that’s as remote as it is beautiful, with valley slopes carpeted in fresh-fall snow and dotted with lonely trees. It’s all the spectacular backdrop to the Tromso Ice Domes. Each year, they’re carved anew by expert artists, their shimmering sculptures and friezes lit by ethereal glows and themed on everything from the Northern Lights to the local Samí culture.
On entering the Ice Domes you'll be welcomed to the ice bar with a complimentary shot served in an ice glass. Then, after the chance to indulge further and a quick visit to the domes' indoor cinema to watch a short film on how the domes are constructed and carved, you’ll be treated to an included lunch of Arctic tapas and a warm drink.
If you choose an evening excursion, you can also hope for spectacular Northern Lights displays thanks to the domes’ remote setting, far away from any light pollution. Lastly, as this is a wilderness camp at its heart, there’s also the option of combining your dinner with everything from Northern Lights snowmobiling to husky or reindeer sledding.