Welcome to 50 Degrees North

We love coming to work every day, because we are truly passionate about the Nordic region – our home. We are here to ensure that your Nordic experience is the very best it can be and that you have an authentic travel experience – one that challenges the traditional, touristy way of travelling and gives you memories that last a lifetime.

Who we are

50 Degrees North is a Nordic travel specialist with offices in Lillehammer (Norway), Vancouver (Canada) and Melbourne (Australia). Although our offices are located around the world, over 90% of our staff are natives of the Nordic region and therefore bring a lifetime of knowledge and passion into planning your holiday!

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What we do

We are genuine destination specialists that plan and organise most of what takes place once you have reached your destination (accommodation, activities, transportation), however we are also happy to book your international flights. We have a wide variety of existing tours on offer, but we are equally happy to put our knowledge and energy into creating something tailor-made to suit your needs.

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Our difference

We are Scandinavians who specialise in innovative, authentic and responsible travel experiences above the 50th parallel north. We are passionate about creating unforgettable Nordic holidays and travel experiences, while steering you away from stifling crowds. We also offer a high level of personal service and 24-hour emergency support during your time in the Nordics.

205 Tours
19 Countries
350 Attractions
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National Hurtigruten & 50 Degrees North Roadshow 2019

50 Degrees North is proud to team up with Hurtigruten to present a National Roadshow this August across Australia - Newcastle, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.

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Top 5 Historical Locations to Visit in Norway

Not only is the Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage a wonderful way to slowly enjoy Norwegian scenery and local produce, it is also a terrific way to learn more about Norway's fascinating history.

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Manshausen, credit: Margo Pfeiff

The World Needs More of Norway's Friluftsliv

Margo Pfeiff spends time in the glorious outdoors of Norway and discovers that the world needs more of Norway's Friluftsliv. Friluftsliv, a word coined in 1859 by writer Henrik Ibsen, loosely means “free air life,” and it signifies a fundamental understanding of the healing effects of nature.

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