Discover The Enchanting Landscapes Of Northern Norway
Boasting 80,000 Facebook followers, traveller Bruno Maltor is captivating the world with his stunning travel logs. In the latest clip to hit his page "Votre Tour du Monde" (Your World Tour), the blogger takes us to the beautiful wilderness that is northern Norway – more specifically the magical Lofoten Islands, which lie within the Arctic Circle.
Largely untouched by humans, the archipelago offers wonderfully varied scenery from snow-peaked mountains to turquoise fjords and beaches that wouldn't look out of place in the Caribbean.
For Frenchman Bruno, the stunning landscapes are out of this world. As he explains on his blog:
"You really are at the end of Europe when you arrive. And you ultimately feel as though you're on another planet."
The intrepid voyager is constantly on the lookout for lands less travelled, such as whale kingdom Vesterålen; finishing off his tour of the country, Bruno also landed on the second biggest Norwegian island Senja.
All in all, the trip looks like the perfect adventure for fans of nature, vast greenery and, most importantly, silence. You will, however, have to save up a few pennies before hitting the road: according to the blogger, his trip cost about 100 euros per day.
Nevertheless, the traveller reassures us that the sheer magic of the place ensures that you'll get a sound return on your investment.
By Jeanne Pouget, published on 05/08/2016