Saving the World from Prosaic Outdoor Adventure Providers!

Quality is a difficult term to quantify, it, however, is a term that is wildly used and one that we all seek out when considering a purchase. However, the fewest of us have the means to obtain it when purchasing goods or services.

Quality is described as – a character or nature, with respect to fineness, or grade of excellence, as belonging to or distinguishing a thing

And, one of the best methods to determine quality is the price point. This is true for all industries and it especially applies to the travel and leisure market. Judging quality in the outdoor industry is most accurately done by looking at price point. A high price point company delivers a very high-quality product, for the simple reason there is no forgiveness nor concessions made at this level of the market. A company that over prices and shortchanges on quality will quickly find themselves with a lack of customers as having a reputation for this kind of service spreads like wildfire.

Therefore, always go with the most expensive tour company, outfitter, etc. if you want uncompromised quality and the security of a great outdoor experience. Price is a real indicator for quality in the outdoor industry.

Certifications – Are the plethora of certifications a measure of quality? Don’t be fooled by the myriad of certifications in the outdoor industry, most are meaningless. Are they really a stamp of quality and what do they really mean? Most companies boast that all guides/leaders have certifications however the only place that requires by law an international certification is the Alps of Europe and the UIAGM is the certification required for all mountain guides. Some countries require tenuous national certifications however these are not a stamp of quality nor a measure professionalism but are most often just a type of protectionism; are often a serious deterrent to quality.

For those who can’t afford quality when travelling – the short answer then is, stay home and do your part for the climate, since you can’t afford to travel anyway!

If prices are too high for a quality outdoor activity and your only option to go with a less expensive substandard operator, you will then have to forego a quality experience. As there are no quality operators out there that offer budget trip & tours.

The author has over 4 decades experience in the Outdoor industry, is deeply immersed in adventure travel tours & trips. Also, having traveled extensively and utilised the services of countless outdoor companies on all continents, it is this vast experience that has led to the clear result that quality performance and high pricing go hand in hand.

Jonathan Bendiksen

Jonathan Bendiksen is no ordinary waterman, he’s Norway’s most accomplished sea kayak guide with 2480 guiding days on class 1-4 seas along Norway’s fjord indented coastline; is a certified IFSKGIA/NHKGIF Senior Guide & Instructor plus an accredited IFSKGIA/NHKGIF examiner. A...

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OUTFIT YOUR SELF-GUIDED SEA KAYAK TRIP from KAYAK MORE TOMORROW with the best gear, most comprehensive route and safety information, & best trip support!

Norway, located in the Arctic; its fjord-indented coastline runs along these formidable seas, the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea (North Atlantic) and the Arctic Ocean. These oceans bear conditions that are ever-changing, multifarious, challenging and at times 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 comprehensive information possible, and this is where Kayak More Tomorrow comes in!

Sea Kayaking is inherently dangerous and in the rapidly changing conditions of the North Atlantic – well it goes without saying that knowledge and experience are huge safety factors!

Kayak More Tomorrow has amassed the most in-depth information on paddling Norwegian coastal waters, period. No other company or organization even comes close. Our outfitting program provides you with the most compressive, detailed information on your chosen route, including but not limited to, route details, camping sites, emergency take-outs, fresh water & groceries, current climatic conditions, sea state, tides & currents, tips, and recommendations based on our extensive experience paddling Norwegian waterways. Everything you need for a fun, safe, paddle along Norway’s majestic coastline.

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Norway, a sea kayakers paradise, with rock gardens, white sandy beaches, playful seals, kelp forests, surging tides, soaring sea eagles, historical lighthouses, funky currents, cracking campfires, and cozy tents.

The coastal waters of Norway boast some of the best sea kayaking on the planet. Here outer islands break the surge of the North Atlantic before it descends long deep fjords winding through granite spires rising like giant monoliths from the foaming sea.

Personalized trips with our exceptional guides are always in high demand for solo travelers, couples, families, and private groups; these sea kayak trips are our best-selling program. Therefore, booking well in advance is not only prudent it is necessary.

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Sea Kayaking Norway – Sea Kayak Norwegian Fjords

A Quintessential Fjord Paddle – Go Kayaking in Norway!

This Classic Fjords paddle is a must do for every paddler; is well suited for beginners to advanced sea kayakers alike. Join an IFSKGIA certified Guide on a sea kayak/camping journey down Norway’s Wold-Famous Western Fjords. We have guides avaialbe for weekly departures during the summer months of July and August; we provide everything for a fabulous 5 day fully catered paddling & camping trip down Majestic Arctic Fjords.

The highlight's are numerous, from gliding along jade green fjords, tasting fresh sweet water from sparkling creeks, friendly conversation around campfires, delicious camp meals, stretching our legs on well trodden footpaths, taking in majestic vistas, the catch of the day, tales and sagas of days gone by, unbelievable mountain ledge farms, long Scandinavian summer days, and friendly fun-loving KMT guides.

The journey encompasses 100 km with an average paddling duration of 5-6 hours per day, not including breaks; your guide(s) will lead you on a discovery of the world-Famous fjords where you will experience the history and culture of a rugged mountain people and the waterways that connected them.

A marvellous trip with fun-loving professional guides.

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Sea Kayak Norway’s Coast – A Sea kayaker's Quest 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.