Designed for couples wanting to combine luxury with an immersive arctic experience, the two new Aeranord glass lodges sit in a remote area north of Tromso, over 200 miles above the Arctic Circle and perfectly positioned for uninterrupted views of the arctic night sky.
“This is a new experience that delivers adventure, but doesn’t compromise on comfort and quality,” says Jonny Cooper, founder of Off the Map Travel which is exclusively arranging trips to the new glass lodges.
“The generous custom-made king-sized Aurora bed is wrapped in glass on the walls and roof, allowing you to lie back and hunt for the northern lights.
“Added to this a luxury bathroom complete with rain shower, kitchenette and dining area, all benefiting from similar uninterrupted views out into the arctic wilderness, and you’re sure to not miss a moment of the Northern lights as they shine overhead.”
Available from December to March, the new Panorama Lodges are designed to sleep two people and open to their first visitors in November 2023.
Further spring and summer availability will be added.
The clean, contemporary and Scandinavian design of the new panorama lodge uses local natural materials to ground it with the wilderness outside.
“Experiencing new travel experiences in luxury shouldn’t be at the cost of the environment,” adds Jonny Cooper from Off the Map Travel.
“We have therefore combined the new lodge with private tours and transfers by Tesla, and other exciting environmentally conscious activities to create a complete experience.”
The new six-day, five-night Luxury in Tromso itinerary costs from £4999 per person, on a mixed board basis, based on four adults travelling, not including flights.
This includes privately guided tours in a luxury Tesla, two nights in luxury panoramic accommodation, three nights private, luxury apartment accommodation in Tromso with a private breakfast chef, private northern lights tour with dinner reservation, private Tromso island tour, snowshoe experience, husky sledding adventure and King Crab dinner.
Main image: Aeranord Glass Lodges – Credit AeraNord