Jetting this summer to Norway? Wondering what to pack? No worries! We have several useful checklist to help you choose the right items without overpacking.
Summers in Norway are usually mild with temperatures ranging from 10° -25 ° C (50° F to 77° F). Temperature varies a lot throughout days. Some days can be sunny and warm whereas others can be rainy and cool. Mornings and evenings are chilly as compared to warmer afternoons, especially when the sun decides to pop-up that day. Norwegian wilderness is worth exploring and a lifetime experience. The country opens up and wakes up to the sunshine for long hours during summers. But prepare yourself with proper (especially warm) clothing and equipments. In this majestic land of midnight sun, especially during June and July months, it’s exciting to experience long days and short nights where people enjoy beer, late night gatherings, grilling and the setting sun upto 23:00 hours, outside restaurants and parks. We mean leave your headlamps at home and pack an eye mask instead. A sun glasses, ofcourse! You’ll need them.
Women might like to have:
Planning hiking? Wonderful! That’s just a time to be. While you’re hiking, good quality outdoor gear is very crucial for your safety in the mountains. Pack comfortable clothing for your hiking and outdoor activities.
Also, pack in a bag of toiletries!
For your electronics, Norway uses two-pin European plug, so bring an adapter to charge your devices. Double check the voltage on blow dryers or curling irons, if you’re planning to carry. The standard voltage in the US and Canada is 110v while in Norway (alongwith the rest of the Europe) is 220v. If you plan to bring electronics with different voltage requirements, make sure you take an appropriate two-pin adapter.
So, are you ready to explore the Scandinavian nature? Pack smart and light with these quick tips. If you have any more questions, just shoot us an email. We’re happy to help.