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Majestic fjords in the west, outstretched sandy beaches in the south, species-rich tundras in the north, the capital, Oslo, and the Fjell region in the east… Norway is the travel destination for nature lovers and wild campers! The home of Vikings and trolls is famous for its diversity: There are more than 1,000 campsites in Norway, and you’ll be thrilled by how close they are to nature. You’ll also love the unbureaucratic management and the fact that, by Scandinavian standards, the prices are low. Thanks to the “freedom to roam”, or “Everyman’s right”, it is possible to camp right in the middle of the great outdoors; however, this is restricted to those camping in tents. So if you want to go camping in your motorhome or if wild camping isn’t your thing, we’ve got you covered! We’ve compiled a list of Norway’s most popular campsites just for you.
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Contrary to popular belief, Norway’s Allemannsretten (English: Everyman’s Right) only applies to campers staying in tents. Motorhomes and caravans are tolerated in many places, but be aware that you’re wild camping at your own risk. You must also obey the following rules:
Don’t camp on private property
Keep your distance from residential buildings and private grounds (at least 150 m)
Don’t leave any rubbish behind
Don’t start open fires
Don’t spend more than two nights in one place
Norway requires drivers to use dipped beams whenever you drive. If you don’t, you could be fined up to €160!
There are no tolls on the motorways in Norway, but you will find them on several dual carriageways, bridges, tunnels and in larger cities. There are different ways you can pay tolls: with cash, on account or using an AutoPASS box.
Heavy vehicles like motorhomes, caravans and cars with trailers must not drive faster than 80 km/h! If your caravan or trailer doesn’t have its own brake, the speed limit drops to 60 km/h. In most built-up areas, the speed limit is 50 km/h, but some places do have limits as low as 30 km/h.
Norway is particularly strict when it comes to drink-driving, as indicated by the drink-drive limit of 0.02% (20 mg). If you’re caught driving at a higher limit, you could be fined thousands of Euros, and the punishment for 0.05% (50 mg) is revocation of your driving licence.
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