The unique coffee table book Nature’s Paradise of Smola, Norway with texts by Hanne Nabintu Herland displays magnificent photographs from the northwestern coast of Norway, where the horizon melts together the sky and the seas, lies one of the pearls of Norway: the island of Smola (or in Norwegian: Smøla).
Nature’s Paradise of Smola, Norway features the internationally acclaimed photographer, rated by BBC as the world’s best nature photographer, Audun Lie Dahl. Local photo enthusiasts are also featured. Buy it here.
This magnificent part of Norway gives you majestic ocean waves, vivid northern lights, mystical prairie landscapes, daunting encounters with eagles and wildlife, and charming experiences with smiling locals and unique food traditions.
With a remarkable archipelago of over 5,500 islets and skerries, this region is deeply penetrated by the mighty Atlantic Ocean.
The road itself is an unusual driving experience as it curves around the many islets. Smøla offers a rich diversity of animals and bird species, and is home to the world’s densest population of breeding white-tailed eagles – all possible to explore on the many local safaris.
The ocean offers a spectacular underwater world where magnificent whales, swarms of different kinds of fish, orcas and other sea creatures thrive.
This makes Smøla, Norway an unparalleled location for thrilling deep sea fishing expeditions and ocean adventures.
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