Magnificent marine landscape on Hamarøy
Husøyvær and the seven tidal currents in Hamarøy make up one of the finest cohesive marine ecosystems anywhere in Norway. The combination of the currents, agriculture and broad biological diversity make the area very special indeed. The area is well protected by the mountains that surround it and is the habitat of a rich variety of birds and a large population of fish.
Award-winning film from Husøyvær
The documentary entitled “Ragnar og Sigfred og de sju havstrauman” (Ragnar and Sigfred and the seven ocean currents) has won several international film awards. The work is based on documentation of the coastal culture, marine life and traditions of Husøyvær. The film itself presents a portrait of two elderly men, both with strong connections to one of the fantastically beautiful places in the Nordland countryside.
In the footsteps of Ragnar and Sigfred
Nature plays the lead role in the film, with Helge Haukeland, the photographer, viewing the men’s pride and noble behaviour as a result of a harmonious relationship with nature.
Sadly, the two men have since passed away, but a married couple now lives on Husøya. A boat trip through this area provides knowledge and insight into the interaction between people and nature down through the generations.
A weekend with a difference
Arctic Wilderness Experience welcomes you to a weekend with a difference and memorable experiences, comprising an introduction in a Sami tent with a light meal and accommodation (2 nights) in a conventional Nordland house from 1850. Breakfast and a boat trip/gentle walk in Husøyvær (3–4 hours) included.
Would you like to book an unforgettable weekend or find out more? Then contact Arctic Wilderness Experience on +47 7577 0488 or (mobile) +47 9704 6239, send an e-mail to email@example.com or visit www.awe.no.
If you come by car, you can also visit galleries and the Sami centre and travel through the fantastic landscape. Check out Hamsun’s Realm at www.hamsuns-rike.no .