In Pictures: Tromso fam trip

C&IT joined a group of UK agencies on an Arctic Adventure fam trip in Tromso, Norway, on 27-30 November. Check out our photo gallery of highlights (and Northern Lights).

UK fam group enjoying Aurora - taken by Ole Salomonsen
UK fam group enjoying Aurora - taken by Ole Salomonsen

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Representatives from BI Worldwide, DbD Events, drp, Crown, Fingerprint Events, Blueprint Partners, Quantum Events and Zibrant Live joined the trip, hosted by Innovation Norway and Visit Tromso.

The group stayed at Clarion Hotel The Edge and took part in activities including whale watching, an Arctic Escape Room, a trip to Sommaroy Artic Hotel on Sommeroy Island and watching the splendour of the Aurora, accompanied by professional photographer Ole Salomonsen.

Other highlights included a day trip to Camp Tamok for reindeer and husky sledding and snowmobiles, plus Vulkana Spa Boat experience, city tour with Tromso Safari and dinners at Scandic Ishavshotel and Fiskekompaniet Sjosiden.

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