Although the gorgeous fjords lining its North Atlantic Ocean coastline are Norway’s best known attraction, they are literally just the tip of the iceberg. The magical sight of the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun together with the opportunity of skiing, glacier-climbing and hiking through pristine terrain have placed the Scandinavian nation firmly on the mainstream tourist trail.
By getting Motorhome hire in Norway, visitors can wander at will and park overnight, or longer if they so wish, at the camping sites in the country. Roughly 90 per cent of the Norwegian road network is paved, but not much of the system is motorways. The E18-E39 runs up the west coast of the country from Oslo. At Trondheim, it merges with the E6, which is the principal north-south road through the country.
We have a wide selection of self contained camping vans and 4×4 trucks ranging from budget 2 berth to larger luxury 4 and 6 berth motorhomes. Norway is the perfect touring holiday destination and its popularity means please book early. Any questions? If yes then if the answers is not in the FAQ’s please phone or contact our customer support team.
What Customers Are Saying
Latest Customer Review:
Everything went smoothly , McRent spent all the time needed showing us a around the camper, which be first timers was just what we needed. Mcrent showed us how to use the many features from using the gas cooker, fridge, fold out tables even the GPS, so we felt like experienced campers happy when we left the depot, Thanks from Lester and Family Sep, 2015
Best Motorhome Rental Routes – Discover Norway
Jæren Tourist Route
traverses fjord-country in Rogaland. Unique highlights along the route include Orre Old Church, Hitler’s Teeth and the vast expanse of beach at Borestranden. Brusand Camping occupies a prime beachside spot near Bryne Village and is convenient for fishing excursions and trips to Runde Island. An alternation option is Hauen Camping near Egersund.
The Lofoten Archipelago
is connected to the Norwegian mainland via the Lofast tunnel-causeway system. Other tunnels and bridges link the islands and offer convenient explorations with a motorhome. Sea eagles, beaches and the midnight sun ensure that campgrounds such as Sandsletta Camping and Brustranda Sjocamping are busy.
The E6-Route 27
north from Oslo is a wonderful journey with a motorhome and leads to Rondane National Park. Folldal Mines and mountain hikes attract visitors here. Jotunheimen Feriesenter and Lom Camping are two of the many camping grounds near the park.
Norway Touring attractions
The fjords of western Norway are still the principal reason for many people to visit. Fishing and sightseeing cruises on the fjords are a delight. Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO listed heritage site where walkers of all levels of fitness can enjoy this wonderful setting. The nearby town of Alesund is famed for its Art Nouveau architecture.
The Lofoten islands are north of Alesund and Bergen is south. Bergen is also UNESCO designated and its historic Hanseatic wharf is one of the nation’s most famous sights. St Maria’s Church is 800 years old and boasts an ornate interior. Oslo is a vibrant city where sites such as the Munch Museum and the craft at the Viking Ship Museum keep the tourists coming.
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