Norway is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It's home to more natural wonders than we can count and it has stunning cities, fascinating history and really happy people. Allemannsrett literally translates to "all men's rights." It's a "freedom to roam" public rights law that allows the right of access to and passage through all uncultivated land. This means you can pitch a tent or hike through any land that is "utmark" (non-cultivated). Also, wild-berrying is permitted everywhere.
Norway's fjords are natural wonders that just beg you to go exploring. The long, narrow inlets flanked by steep cliffs were created by glacial erosion. Today, places like Romsdalsfjord and Geirangerfjord look like a fairytale. Many Norwegian fjords are listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Wherever you are in Norway, you will feel close to nature. The landscapes themselves are awe-inspiring, and the combination of outstanding scenery and fresh air can work wonders. From snowy winters and the northern lights, to soaring fjords and the midnight sun, Norway's natural charms are legendary.