Friday in the early evening for arrival.
Thursday morning for departure.
We are 50 km from Tromsø airport, Only one rotation is possible on arrival on Friday afternoon and departure on Thursday morning. We therefore recommend, as far as possible, not to plan arrival after 8pm on Friday and departure before 10am on Thursday.
In case you may not be able to meet the recommended range, we ask you to keep us informed of your flight schedules so that we can notify other participants of a possible schedule change regarding transfers. Thanking you in advance.
Those who arrive by their own means: see Google Maps at the bottom of the page to locate us (by clicking on the address) 🙂
We are at 7 kms only from Brensholmen ferry terminal.
The 6 nights of the stay are in tents. The first and last nights are spent on our base. You will have access to the lodge for meals, showers and sanitary facilities. The other four nights are in the field. A common tent of the “yurt” type serves as a cambuse, a place of gathering and storage of collective equipment.
Meals and breakfasts during the 5 days and 4 nights of field work will be prepared together. The participation of everyone is welcome to optimize the organization of the camp.
This stay is supervised by 1 English-speaking guide who will meet the wishes of the group so that this stay remains under the sign of relaxation, fun and outdoors.
The number of participants is limited to 8 people (4 Hobie Tandem Island) plus that of the guide.
Provide a large amount of batteries for 5 days. We are equipped with a solar panel that is dedicated, for obvious reasons, to the charge of our means of communication for weather and rescue.
You will find 220 volts with European standard sockets in the eco-lodge, during the first and last nights.
All the equipment specific to the expedition, the collective equipment for the camp and the cambuse, tents, floor mats, sleeping bag & sleeping bag inner liner. For kayaks, a double kayak (Hobie Tandem Island), a dry suit, 1 pair of Crocs to protect the waterproof suit slipper, waterproof bags for personal belongings, a waterproof radio, a life jacket,
Personal equipment to be provided:
Small toiletry bag and personal pharmacy
Cap with large visor or soft-brimmed hat to protect from the sun
Airplane mask to protect yourself from the permanent day
Waterproof windproof set jacket and trousers (Goretex or Kway type)
Thick fleece fur jacket or small down jacket
Technical T-shirts long and short sleeves (quick drying)
Underwear ideally in merino or synthetic (quick drying)
Warm gloves (quick drying)
Provide a waterproof case for your photo equipment on board the sailyaks.
Spare batteries in quantity needed for the week.
High-upper and waterproof walking shoes for wet grounds (early season)
Backpack for hiking (30/40 liters, cabin luggage)
The walks are off trails, do not hesitate to take walking poles if necessary
7 or 8 pairs of “curl” socks (light and warm), warm socks.
Insects repellent in case, even if we have few of them.
Your luggage will remain safe on shore with street clothes and belongings that you will not need during the stay.