Memorable Norway RV rental escapes with RVRentaCampervan

Norwegian campervan holidays that you will remember
Holiday Hire Norway

Norway is filled with wide, long stretches of open road and stunning natural scenery, making it a popular destination for a motorhome holiday. Norwegian Bobilutleie rental is a great way to travel around the country and there are plenty of camper sites to facilitate those touring this way.

There are some lovely drives in the country and by hiring a fully equipped camping van you can experience them and see all of the sights and attractions along the way. Witness the coastline, mountains, fjords and waterfalls while driving along one of the Natural Tourist Routes set up by the government or by steering off on your own.

The team at RVRentaCampervan have years of expereince arranging Norwegian touring holidays, when you book with us we will leverage this experience to your advantage ensuring you get the best deal and the recreational vehicles that ticks all the boxes in your requirements list.

Recommended campervan tours in Norway

Helgeland Coast:

From Trondheim north along the coast, witness the sea on one side and the mountains on the other. Walk through the cave at Torghatten Mountain and take photos of the magnificent Svartisen Glacier. 433 kilometers long, this road stretches, twists, and turns through some of Norway’s most scenic landscapes. At one point you will go through the Arctic Circle and be in the land of the midnight sun. See the UNESCO site The Vega Islands while on this journey as well, with its waters and many mountains in the distance to help create an even more dreamlike photograph. Drive slow on this journey down the coast and admire mother nature and earth at it’s best. Stretch it for as long as you can, even do some world-class hiking if you feel adventurous! Stay overnight in Vennesund Brygge Holiday Park or Storsand Gard Camping.

Oslo to Bergen:

Heading on the Rv7 for 460kms will take you on one of Norway’s most popular drives along the southeast coast. This drive heads to the tip of the country and north along the southwest coast. Along this drive, easily done in an RV, but mostly done on a train – is a true show of nature. Most people opt to take the train while doing an RV trip for the reason that it is considered one of the best train rides in the entire world. Norway is truly nature in the best way possible. Driving during the right season is also key though. As it is always pretty, snow may make it a little bit more difficult to have a steady journey. Discover untouched beaches, sand dunes and boulders as well as mountains, waterfalls and fjords. Rest in camper sites such as Tingsaker Camping AS and Stavanger Camping Mosvangen.

West Norway:

West Norway is famous for its spectacular fjords. Begin the drive in Bergen and make your way north to Molde. En route, be sure to stop at Sognefjorden, Jostedalsbreen and Dovrefjell. Sognefjorden is the largest fjord in Norway, and trust us when we say: they are known for their fjords! Here, you can see ancient relics and old churches that time has not forgotten. You can also see continental Europe’s largest glacier: Jostedalsbreen. Dovrefjell will leave you speechless, as it is one of the many gorgeous mountain ranges in Norway. Dovre National Park is here as well and is the highest mountain range in the region. Norway’s beautiful untouched nature makes it a must-see for those needing to see what mother earth creates when it is not disturbed by humans. To visit these sites, stay at Saebo Park, Alda Bobilutleie resort or Gjora Kro & Camping.

Driving Advise
  • Road network:
  • there is a great road system with many rest stops and petrol stations.

  • Speed limits:
  • Urban roads: 50kph
    Provincial roads: 80kph
    National roads and motorways: 80kph

  • Alcohol limits:
  • low at 0.2 per cent with steep fines and possible imprisonment for offenders.

  • Safety:
  • Driving is on the right-hand side. Using your horn is illegal unless an emergency.

    Compare motorhome hire in Norway

    We have put together the best deals on camping van hire in Norway, with pick ups available in the cities of Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen as well as at the country’s busiest airports. Bobilutleies on offer such as the Chausson Flash 07 camping car can sleep as few as two whilst the Flash 03 Touring Van as many as six, with models ranging from Eura Mobil to the Chausson Flash.

    Norway Weather

    Norway is not as cold as one might think thanks to the Gulf Stream that flows along the coast. Still, its high latitude means that sunlight varies from season to season, and the northern and southern parts of the country have completely different climates. Northern towns, such as Narvik, have a subarctic climate, towns along the west coast have a sub polar oceanic climate and Oslo, which is in the southeast, has a humid continental climate. Oslo also has the warmest and the sunniest summers, while summers in the southwest, like in Stavanger, are wet and warm, bordering cool. Extreme temperatures are possible year round though the brightest time of year is between May and September, which is when Norway has its most pleasant weather.

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