Last month we have been visiting Norway. This country is chosen as IF’s Leadership destination for Incentives.
Norway topped in UN’s 2017 list of the world’s happiest countries. Norwegian Values are rooted in egalitarian ideals and Norway is a progressive welfare state. Opens, honesty equality and equal rights are important values that you will experience when you visit Norway. When we were in Norway recently a local explained the cause of the Norwegians strong values. It is because the live so close to nature.
We have discovered beautiful places to stay for groups. For example Hardingasete is a unique place for groups and conferences. Old houses from the 1650 to 1850 decorated with antiques 1,25 minutes from Bergen..
Hardingasete is a special place where old meets new, cleverly combining old and authentic surroundings with state-of the-art facilities.
The owners have sought to recreate a western Norwegian environment of days gone by. The many old houses that have been moved here are furnished with antiques but, at the same time, feature all the comforts of today, including modern bathrooms and kitchens.
This collection of old buildings enjoys a secluded and idyllic location in a historical setting on the Ljoneshalvøya peninsula in the Hardangerfjord, west facing with beautiful fjord views.
IF you prefer the north of Norway experience the magic winter night from the dogsled! It’s a great feeling to mush a dog team through forest and mountain landscape in the darkness, only with the head lamp to make light for you. You will anyway go safely behind a guide, and the dogs will follow the trail. Magic moments is specially when the moon shows up and throw shadows of you and the dogs out on the snow, or the norther light flap above your head, or you just have the most fantastic sunset…
See you in Norway!