Trips are arranged to the outskirts of Sund in search for seals and eagles. There is a multitude to be seen off the coast as Lofoten has Norway’s largest population of sea eagles. If you are lucky, you may even spot minke and orca whales while on the excursion.
It is also possible to access white beaches with trips to the outer side of Flakstad Island and Moskenes Island. Here, you will find flocks of cormorants. This area is also dominated in numbers of sea eagles, puffins, tysties and seals. Trips to these areas can be combined with fishing excursion for large pollocks where there is also a good chance in catching Atlantic salmon.
A relaxing experience is the midnight sun trip in which you will head out to sea in an open boat. From this you can experience the artic summer in a whole new way and discover the animals which never sleep.
If you are looking for something a little more exciting, then the Storm Weather Trip allows you to experience the sea, witnessing it crash against the beaches and mountains. A thrilling experience where one can really feel the wild and powerful forces of nature.
The notorious Moskstraumen, is the worlds strongest sea current. Trips are available through Moskstraumen to Refsvika; an abandoned fishing harbour on the tip of Lofoten. Here you can find the sea cave, "Kollhellaren", which is 115 m deep and 50 m high to the arch. Spectacularly, this ceiling displays cave drawings of over 3000 years in age.
The surrounding islands of Værøy and Røst are accessible on organized trips. These lie in the outer area of Lofoten and are well-known for their rich bird life and peculiar nature.