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Dive Locations

1 recommended location:

Sognefjord

Once commanding huge strategic importance, Gulen lies on the western fringes of Sognefjord, Norway’s longest and deepest fjord. Its history ensures its place as one of the world’s finest yet least known wreck diving destinations.

  • Ideal for viewing: Atlantic wolffish, nudibranch, dog shark, catfish
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Group diving, Muck diving, Technical diving, Underwater photography, Wreck diving

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Dive trips

An ideal short break destination for dive clubs or groups, Norway’s stunning fjords and dramatic coastline are punctuated by historic shipwrecks, and home to an array of vibrant marine life.
1 recommended trip. Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.

Get Wrecked Norway

Explore historic shipwrecks, magnificent kelp forests and a wealth of marine life on this cold water dive adventure to the fjords of Norway. This resort-based trip is a great option for groups and dive clubs.

  • When to go: Mar-Sep
  • Duration inc. flights: 5 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £1,595 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea

When to go

Norway can be dived from February until October, offering varied experiences depending on the time of year. Temperatures range from 5 - 15 degrees Celsius.

Seasons

  • Summer and autumn

    Jun to Oct: Summer and autumn bring the warmest waters and most favourable diving conditions
  • Spring

    Feb to May: Colder temperatures mean more adventurous diving, but exceptional experiences
  • Winter

    Nov to Jan: Dive resorts and centres closed, as it is too cold to dive.

Wildlife events

  • Feb to Mar:

    Spring brings an abundance of colourful nudibranches

  • Jul to Sep:

    Summer months are known for a wealth of marine life and occasional shark sightings

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