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    5 days - Stay above the treetops surrounded by the Norwegian forest

    Be surprised by Oslo, a compact city with a blossoming contemporary cultural scene and an ever-evolving identity. Wander through the Vigeland Sculpture Park and explore the hidden gems of Norway’s capital, Oslo.

    Enjoy a morning of sightseeing with your private experienced guide on your day of exploring in Oslo before heading out into the Norwegian forest. Two hours from Oslo, spend two nights staying where award-winning architecture meets untouched nature.

    Enjoy a personalized holiday, developed by one of our experienced Norwegian destination experts. Relax during your trip with our 24/7 support and expert local guidance.

    Day 1
    Arrive Oslo, and private transfer to your hotel
    Day 2
    With your private guide, visit some of the Oslo highlights, including the Vigeland Sculpture Park.
    Day 3
    Drive to the PAN Treetop cabins deep in a Norwegian forest
    Day 4
    Walking in the forest or paddling on the local river
    Day 5
    Departure day
    Start/End Place
    Oslo, Norway
    Country Visited
    5 Days
    Travel Style
    Independent holiday with moderately active activities and no luggage handling included

    As a Certified B Corporation, 50 Degrees North has designed this tour using handpicked local hoteliers and suppliers who share our ethos of delivering services and activities of high social and environmental standards.

    The CO2-e per person per day of all tours is carefully measured following each season. We fully offset all emissions of our tours on your behalf, and we constantly look at ways to reduce emissions where possible.



    Transfers to Oslo and car hire

    • Superior accommodation in shared double/twin room with private facilities and breakfast in Oslo
    • 3-hour private guided tour of Oslo
    • Car hire for three days, Toyota Corolla Sedan CDAR including third party insurance, loss damage waiver (NOK 12,000.00 Excess), premium location fee, and out-of-hours fee.
    • Cabin accommodation at the PAN Treetop Cabins with pre-prepared dinners, lunch and breakfasts
    • Forest Track Safari with private guide or Paddling tour with guide
    • 24-hour emergency service
    • Taxes and service fees
    Not Included

    International flights, lunches and dinners not detailed in the program and items of personal nature.


    Day 1 - Arrive Oslo, and private transfer to your hotel

    Arrive in Oslo, the beautiful Norwegian capital by the Oslofjord. Meet your driver for the hour's drive to your centrally located hotel in the heart of Oslo. The Norwegian capital has a great deal to offer for the observant traveller. We can recommend a walk around the centre of town to view the Parliament, the Castle, and the Harbour area.

    Clarion Hotel, Oslo or similar

    Day 2 - With your private guide, visit some of the Oslo highlights, including the Vigeland Sculpture Park.

    The Norwegian capital has a great deal to offer the discerning traveller, and you have the opportunity to discover the city on your private half day guided tour on foot. Enjoy all the landmarks of Oslo's city centre and get a taste of life in this vibrant capital through its famous sights and its architectural and cultural diversity. See the Royal Palace, the Norwegian Parliament, and the University of Oslo, and stroll the bustling Karl Johan pedestrian shopping area. Take the tram to the iconic Vigeland Park and explore the incredible and unique works of sculptor Gustav Vigeland. A perfect introduction to the Norwegian capital!

    This afternoon, some options that we can include are packrafting along the river, a sunset sailing trip on the fjord or perhaps a night at the Opera.

    1 Breakfast
    Festningen | Norway Restaurant
    Vippa Oslo
    Optional Add Ons
    Fjord Sightseeing
    Summer night on Oslo fjord

    Day 3 - Drive to the PAN Treetop cabins deep in a Norwegian forest

    After breakfast, receive your hire car and travel 2 hours out to the PAN Treetop Cabins. Along the way, be sure to stop for any additional supplies you might like to take to your cabin. PAN Treetop Cabins offer a blend of seclusion and luxury amidst the natural beauty of the Taiga, also known as the boreal forest or snow forest. The cabins of 40 sqm, situated eight meters above the ground are designed with sustainable Scandinavian architecture and feature modern amenities and expansive glass windows offering views of the beautiful surroundings. This off-grid luxury retreat is for those seeking tranquillity and a deep connection with nature while enjoying modern comforts.

    PAN Treetop Cabins has three cabins strategically placed approximately 100 meters apart, ensuring privacy without visibility into each other. Each cabin accommodates 4 people with two single beds and one double bed and is divided into distinct areas that also function as separate bedrooms. Amenities include electricity, running water, heated floors, a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen with Miele appliances and a luxurious bathroom with a rain shower. Each cabin is also stocked with basic items such as tea, coffee, oil, and spices.

    Dinner is delivered to the cabin and ready upon check-in. Dinners are prepared and easy to cook in the oven or on the bonfire pan outside.

    1 Breakfast
    1 Dinner
    PAN Treetop Cabins

    Day 4 - Walking in the forest or paddling on the local river

    After breakfast set off on a journey to explore your unique surroundings. Choose between a walk in the forest to track native wildlife or enjoy paddling on the River.

    Option 1 - Enjoy a 2 hour Track Safari in the nearby forest accompanied by a private guide. The vibrant wildlife of Finnskogen offers exciting experiences. Join a guided Private tour to observe the forest’s inhabitants in their natural habitat. Perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to spot a moose behind a spruce thicket?

    Option 2 - Deep in the heart of Finnskogen lie the rivers Kynna and Flisaelva, which are perfect choices for those seeking a serene wilderness experience. The paddle tour offers a trip on waterways that wind through the forest. Here you get close to nature, especially on the narrow rivers. If you are lucky and quiet, you can experience birds and beavers up close. Kynna is a watercourse with almost no rapids. This makes it easy to paddle and ideal for families and those who do not have much paddling experience. Kynndammen marks a natural end point for paddling trips on Kynna, but is also an important cultural monument from a bygone era of timber floating. The dam is one of very few of its kind in the country and has regional and national conservation value. (Class 1-3 river suitable for most paddlers across various levels of experience)

    Lunch and dinner will be delivered to your cabin. The food offering at PAN is a crucial part of the property's commitment to sustainable tourism. Ingredients are sourced from local producers and the menu has a selection that varies based on availability and the season.

    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner

    Day 5 - Departure day

    After breakfast, drive back to Oslo, return your hire car and departure.

    1 Breakfast
    Dates & Prices

    All prices listed are per person, based on two people sharing a room.

    Start Date
    End Date
    From Price
    1 Apr 2024
    31 Oct 2024
    1 Apr 2024
    31 Oct 2024
    EUR 1,743
    On request
    1 Apr 2024
    31 Oct 2024
    1 Apr 2024
    31 Oct 2024
    EUR 4,265
    On request
    Superior Family Quad

    Important Information

    Guests are encouraged to explore the expansive natural surroundings, which include rights to forage for berries and mushrooms. The water from the well is rich in minerals, healthier than bottled water, and safe to drink directly from the tap.

    We encourage you to stop along the way for provisions such as wine, beer and snacks.

    A winding staircase encased in a wired cylinder leads up to the cabin. Natural light permeates through the wiring of the cylinder. Beneath the cabins, braided steel works support the structure. The cabins are not attached to the trees for safety reasons and to preserve nature. Instead of feeling the swaying of the cabins in the wind, the trees will move while the cabins remain still. The cabin is situated atop four pillars anchored to the natural rocky ground, ensuring the cabins are as safe as houses built on the ground. PAN Treetop Cabins are built to withstand the force of more than two hurricanes, making them secure for every weather condition experienced in this part of Norway.

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