What participants say about the project, taken from the evaluation survey.

Being part of a melting pot of friendship, fun, happiness and lots of important work for the local community are a mile stone in my life. A magic sensation that will be part of my personal experience forever. Thanks to the project I wish myself to be part of another one in Norway next year.

Best way to explore and lively connect with the beauty of fjord in Norway.

Incredible volunteering week in the Lysefjord! Astonishing place with beautiful views, friendly people and great food! Recommendable for everyone, special for who wants to travel and hike for first time in Norway!

I spent 3 months in New Zealand also in a volunteering programme. But this week in Norway was one of my best experiences in my life. Maybe a bit too short but awesomeeee :-)

I was not expecting that Norway is so great country. As well as norwegians :)

I found myself while getting lost in the trails of Norway.

I think it is nice to put some pictures from this summer on the website so everybody is able to see what they can expect!


Last minute openings in group 5

Group 4 has now arrived in Flørli and Arvid has prepared for some nature works around Flørlistølen – shrub clearing, wood chopping, trail blazing and bush bashing! And regular hikes up the steep mountain. A good workout holiday in high spirits :-)

The week after, friday 15th to friday 22nd, there are two last minute openings. This group will finish off the outdoor work around Flørlistølen and painting the last of the apartment buildings in Flørli. Let me know if you like to join!


Now live from Flørli

Hi you all! Group 1 has now been in Flørli and it was just great! Such a nice group of people – a lovely mixture that somehow fitted well together. The weather was fantastic and we woke up to sun every day. Working on the power-hall came along well and we started painting by the end of the week. Arvid has now taken over as the team leader of group 2 and apparently, they are almost done painting this huge building.

Despite our zeal and working enthousiasm, we have also been enjoying long, sunny evenings on the shore of the fjord. Fishing, going out with the boat, grilling or simply relaxing and reading a book. On our free days, we were hiking up the 4.444 stairs that Flørli is so well known for. Up there, nothing reminds of the world below – crystal clear lakes, the last snow (sledding!) and far views from the mountain tops. We also had a trip to the famous Kjerag – a 1000m big wall towering over the Lysefjord.