KAYAK MORE TOMORROW – Setting the Standard in the Outdoor Industry

Kayak More Tomorrow is a sustainable outdoor tour company operating in Norway. What does this mean?


  1. able to be maintained or kept going, as an action or process:
  2. pertaining to a system that maintains its own viability by using techniques that allow for continual reuse:

It means that we at KMT must operate according to these realities:

  • Operating in Norway – the world’s most expensive country
  • Purchasing only the best equipment available, due to the fact that we operate in Norway, which is in the Arctic
  • Staffed with only internationally certified guides, whose education, training, experience which is continual and ongoing as required by their certification; this requires us to limit our customer: guide ratio, as mandated by international guiding standards
  • We have over 2 decades operating in Norway which means that we possess the most in-depth information on paddling Norway’s coastal waters.
  • Sustainable means that our prices must be high enough to sustain our quality of operations in Norway.

However, the first question is a request for our services is usually, Please send me your prices? If this is, you then you are beginning at the wrong end! You should be asking the right questions first!

As a potential customer, your first questions should be, what brands of gear do you have and are they suitable for the paddling conditions found in the Arctic and the second question should be what certifications do you and your staff have.

Norway and the Outdoor Industry!

Norway, located in the Arctic with its fjord-indented coastline which runs up along these formidable seas, the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea (North Atlantic) and the Arctic Ocean. Here, these ocean conditions are ever-changing, multifarious, challenging and treacherous. People have died paddling Norway’s coastal waters. Therefore, anyone planning to paddle these waters should be concerned with receiving the best, most accurate and in-depth information possible. This should be their main consideration when choosing an outfitter.

Sea Kayaking is inherently dangerous and in the Arctic waters of the North Atlantic – well it goes without saying.

Kayak More Tomorrow has amassed the most in-depth information, knowledge, and expertise on paddling Norwegian coastal waters, period. No other company or organization comes close.

The challenges with outfitters in Norway?

Scandinavian’s lack a basic understanding of the outdoor industry. They have only copied others and the results are shocking, which is something I have experienced first hand for over 20 years now.

Norwegians are intrinsically cheap; this is very apparent in the outdoor industry. They only purchase the cheapest equipment, hire the cheapest guides which are uncertified and unqualified, and they will short change your trip to save money without giving it a second thought.

Norway is the most expensive country in Europe.

Hopefully, this example with help clarifies the cost of operating/living in Norway. Norwegians pay € 50 per hour for private maid services (someone who cleans your home) and not only that Norwegians believe that this is the minimum that should be paid for this service. € 50 per hour for a cleaning service, usually someone with little to no education.

As a professional outdoor tour company, Kayak More tomorrow sets the standard in the industry; our internationally certified guides, who are the cornerstone of our first-class customer service and are also our biggest safety feature. You will appreciate the difference that our world-class, certified, professional guide team makes! At KMT we refuse to lower our standards to compete with all the other sub-standard companies operating in Norway.

30 days
Group Size
At least 1

The Nordland Sea Kayak Challenge

Pursuant to Kayak More Tomorrow’s leading role in the sea kayaking industry it is our obligation to challenge our product line and the industry as a whole. We bring to you Expedition Sea Kayaking, a trip that is designed for those who are looking for the next level in guided sea kayak trips.

Expedition Sea Kayaking will give you the opportunity to explore a coastline with an Expedition Leader, an accomplished professional sea kayaker who has logged thousands of sea kayaking miles exploring the world’s coastlines. KMT expedition leaders are intimately knowledgeable of Nordland’s coastline and its waterways.

An Expedition Sea Kayak Trip requires the right location with, challenging waterways, protected harbors, majestic vistas, and intriguing wildlife encounters. Kayak More Tomorrow’s sea kayak specialists after having explored a world of waterways have found that the Providence of Nordland in Norway’s Arctic is the perfect venue for a Sea Kayak Expedition Challenge.

North Norway’s Providence of Nordland is a seemingly endless island world with giant fjords, immense plains, and remote mountain borders. The landscape in Northern Norway is ceaselessly varied, unspoiled, magnificent, awe-inspiring and beautiful; the perfect backdrop for a month-long sea kayak expedition.

Nordland, Norway a sea kayaking eldorado, to the west lie the islands some only visible at low tide others tower more than a thousand meters above the sea. A long Helgeland’s coast there are thousands of tiny islands tens of kilometers from the shore whereas most are flat, but some rise up in strange mountain formations. The Lofoten Islands, dark violet, ancient craggy peaks rise like pyramids; these large islands lie like miniature continents with their mountains, forests and agricultural land, surrounded by the seaways of this awe-inspiring archipelago. Steeped in myths, sagas, fairy tales, and folklore Nordland’s many famous landmarks have contributed to these telling’s, Torghatten, Seven Sisters of Alsten, Hestmannen, Rødøyløve, Landego, Vestfjorden & Vågakallen are just a few that we will discover while paddling Nordland’s spectacular coast.

The Nordland Sea Kayak challenge begins at the southernmost end of the providence where we paddle North to the Northern border of the Troms, Providence in the Lofoten Islands. We meet in Brønnøysund, Nordland’s most southern city. Brønnøysund is a quaint coastal city that once was a major trading center on the sailing route from Bergen to the Lofoten Islands; it is here we do the final preparations of our sea kayak journey through Nordland.

The Nordland Challenge is unlike any other sea kayaking trip. There is no set route, planned stopping places or scheduled overnight campsites. This is a journey, a discovery in its truest sense with everyday unique and undetermined waiting to unfold as we navigate our way through numerous archipelagos, fjords & charming northern settlements

Your KMT expedition leader will lay out a general plan for the challenge with sectional breakdowns and daily objectives. You will discover hidden places and uncover the secrets of this ancient coastal culture. You will camp, stay in cabins, guesthouses, and rorbus and enjoy camp meals, picnics, and local specialty dishes prepared by the region’s best chefs as you paddle your way north.

This is an unprecedented trip in which bragging rights belong to those who paddle this journey; tales from the challenge will be the envy of the cocktail circuit.

9990 EUR
1 day
Group Size
At least 1

Highlights Of Ålesund’s Archipelago

This Ålesund tour highlights both place and activity; the whole experience comes together when elements of intimate local knowledge combine with a professional adventure trip designer.

The glistening waterways surrounding Ålesund entice and adventure beckons! Ålesund is a fairytale setting of green grassy parks, lush leafy hillsides, Art Nouveau facades with torrents and sexy curves, historical maritime landmarks, bustling marinas with gentle waves lapping the rocky shores. Here we slip into a sea kayak and glide along glistening waterways that give way to specular fjords dotted with a plethora of islands.

We reach a secluded campsite where a delicious supper of local delicacies prepared with natural ingredients is served in the great outdoors. A crackling fire, good company, and warming night-cap rounds off the evening before retiring to a cozy tent for a well-deserved rest. The smell of fresh-brewed coffee draws you from your tent and a wholesome breakfast energizes, pushing-off, sea kayaks aimed down the fjord to our inevitable entry back into urbanization and the beautiful Art Nouveau architecture.

An intricate archipelago that boasts untold secrets, a hidden campsite known only to an exclusive few, the eminent ingredients for micro-adventure. A visit to Ålesund is not complete without exploring the archipelago the city is built on! So make sure you save some time during your visit for KMT’s micro-tour (24 hours), paddle a sea kayak and camp out in the archipelago.

700 EUR
3 days
Group Size
At least 1

Sea Kayak Norway’s Coast – 3-Day Paddle Mania of Island & Lights

The waterways of Ålesund’s archipelago boast an eldorado of magnificent paddling opportunities; gliding amongst picturesque islands, paddling along steep granite walls of jade green fjords or challenging the rolling waves of the North Atlantic where white sandy beaches speckle outer islands that abound in bird and sea life.

2100 EUR
8 days
Group Size
At least 1

Arctic Summer Solstice & Wild Fjords – 8 Day Multi Sport Trip

Bike, hike, and paddle for eight days through Western Norway; discover an adventure landscape that will leave you spellbound.

Imagine riding down narrow, winding backroads with lush green-leafy hillsides, slender valleys dotted with pasturelands where lazy livestock graze on the steps of sleepy farm villages and then launch a sea kayak onto a paddlers paradise, with rock gardens, white sandy beaches, playful seals, kelp forests, surging tides, soaring sea eagles, historical lighthouses, funky currents, long narrow winding fjords, before hiking rugged mountain trails past ancient huts to grand vistas. This is the essence of a spectacular multi-sport adventure that begins with celebrating the birth of John the Baptist before venturing into the wild fjords of the Sunnmøre Alps.

People powered we peddle, paddle and hike seeking out the highlights of Norway’s New Style city, it’s wild fjords and majestic mountains. See first-hand colorful blossoming parks, lush leafy green hillsides, a skyline of art nouveau interspersed with modern architecture, a blazing inferno and a spectacle of merry-making locals celebrating the longest spring nights upon a backdrop of pleasure-crafts bobbing on glistening fjords. Before, jumping on bikes and heading into the fjords, riding down slender valleys dotted with verdant pastures, quaint farms and grazing livestock lined by towering jagged peaks of the Sunnmøre Alps. The days fly by as we paddle, peddle and wander through these wild fjords which have cut their path deep into the Sunnmøre Alps, creating a surreal landscape that is both awe-inspiring and breathtaking.

6800 EUR