Norway is one of the beautiful and amazing places to visit for your adventure and love of tourism. The the only thing that can impend your Norway tour is because it is costly, and many people are unable and visit because their budget can not sponsor the tour but it is advisable to try and visit Norway. A tour to Norway is soon amazing as you will be able to see many attractive things that will make good memories in the mind for the whole of your lifetime.
A visit Norway is made easier as almost every speaks fluent to English and therefore there will be no problems with language barriers as you can communicate with all of them. There are different seasons in Norway, and also the weather changes rapidly. If you visit Norway, you can be assured that your tour story will be a success story only.
There are a list of things that you should know before you plan a Norway tour and one thing is that the weather is frigid and you are therefore needed carry with you heavy and warm clothes, and also the outdoor should buy waterproof clothes. You are not supposed to overspend on the roads as the speed limit is 80 kilometers per hour, and the penalties are huge if you are caught over speeding.
The vehicles should also be driven with dipped lights always even during the bright summer as this is a condition and also when you are on the road, you should always keep a good eye on the sheep and moose to avoid hitting them as they tend to cross the roads unexpectedly. The law requires that you should not drive under the influence of alcohol to avoid accidents and the limit of the blood alcohol is equivalent to one glass of wine. Since many things in Norway are very expensive, you should look for good ways to avoid these costs and for example you can use local transport and also eat a little food.
If you love wild camping you should know that camping is not prohibited but you are not allowed to camp on any private land or on may cultivated land to avoid destroying properties of other people but raising your tent on government land is allowed. Many shops and outlets including hotels are closed on Sundays in Norway, and therefore you should always ensure that you do your shopping early enough before Sunday to avoid instances where you will find all the shops closed. The price of food in Norway is so high and therefore you should try to to carry some things with you that you can use to prepare your own meals so as to avoid these costs.