Fishing in Alta Fjord

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All year
2 to 4-5 hours
Up to 10 pax
980 NOK

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Experience the authentic Northern Norwegian fishing adventure in Alta Fjord, one of the best fishing areas in Northern Norway. On our tours, you can fish for cod, pollock, haddock, redfish, and Atlantic halibut, to name a few - just let us know if you have any specific requests, and we'll set up the right equipment for you.

We offer fishing tours for small groups to make the experience more personal and relaxed. The captain will be available to answer your questions and help you make the most out of the tour. We prioritize the well-being of our guests and aim to customize the tour to your needs. If any guests feel unwell, we will take a break on land or return to the harbor to ensure everyone is doing well.

We're happy to help gut, fillet, and pack the fish in a bag for you if you wish to enjoy it during your stay in Alta.

The tour starts at Fiskerihavna (harbor) in Alta. You must arrive 30 minutes before departure. At the meeting point, you will be provided with warm coveralls and life jackets. Once everyone is ready, you will walk with the captain to the boat.

We place great emphasis on safety and never go on a tour if there is any risk that we cannot guarantee the safety of our guests. We offer flexible options such as postponing the tour to the next day, switching to a different experience, or refunding the tour.


  • 2 hours: NOK 980 for adults, NOK 495 for children (3-12 years)
  • 3 hours: NOK 1540 for adults, NOK 770 for children (3-12 years)
  • 4-5 hours: NOK 2190 for adults, NOK 1095 for children (6-12 years)

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