Experienced kayakers often use Tonnes as a base for exploring the northernmost islands of Helgeland. You can, for instance, enjoy an excursion into the Melfjord and Nordfjord, with magnificent views of the Svartisen glacier, head for the island Vikingen on which there is a globe marking your crossing the Arctic Circle, enjoying views of the distinctive mountains Hestmannen (the Horseman) and Rødøyløva (the Rødøy Lion). A less challenging alternative is simply to bring your kayak on the express boat or ferry to Rødøy, and then explore the island’s sheltered inlets and white beaches.
The Nesna Islands
2013-10-29 15:03Nesnaøyene, consisting of Tomma, Hugla and Handnesøya, are an excellent base for kayaking the magnificent Helgeland coast. Experienced kayakers can head out from Nesna, or take an express boat or ferry to their preferred point of departure. Each of the three islands are surrounded by smaller ones, p
2013-11-13 09:59The Vega archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Area situated in the southern reaches of Helgeland, offers many adventures. You can even choose the same destination one day after the other, always taking a new route. We invite you to head for Skogsholmen, Hysværet, Ylvingen or any one of the other isl
2013-10-31 14:55The municipality of Herøy, situated in the heart of the Helgeland coast, comprises about 2400 islands, islets and skerries. Naturally, this is a paradise for kayaking. The most sheltered waters are between the islets south of Herøy. Good destinations here include Brasøy and Husvær. If you wish a lon
2013-10-31 12:32Sleneset consists of innumerable flat islands, making these sheltered waters perfect for long or short kayaking trips, regardless of whether you’re experienced or not. There is always an island nearby, so beginners can stay close to shore if they prefer. Moflag or Sleneset make an excellent base. We
2013-10-31 13:28Lovund is ideal for experienced kayakers. Around the island the waters are partly sheltered, although there are plenty of opportunities for adventurers yearning for tougher challenges. When you’re not kayaking, we recommend a hike up Lovundfjellet, which rewards you with a magnificent panorama of th
2013-11-13 12:35For experienced kayakers, Tonnes is a great starting point for exploring the islands of northern Helgeland. For instance, you can head to the Melfjord and the Nordfjord, savouring the view of Svartisen glacier, see Vikingen island with its globe marking your passing the Arctic Circle, and marvel at