The prehistoric village and camping Landa Park also need volunteers this summer! Landa is an idyllic museum farm in Forsand, at the mouth of the Lysefjord. After they discovered extensive remains of early settlement here in the nineties, the municipality and Archeological Museum of Stavanger decided to rebuild three houses typical of the Bronze Age, the Iron Age and the Age of Migration.
Period april to end of august. Contact Jeanette to reserve. Hosts speak Norsk, Deutsch and English
- help washing common rooms, toilets and showers,
- feed the animals with visiting children,
- assist in the reception and café,
- mow the lawn,
- take part in building maintenance, painting etc
- organise historic activities – making souvenirs with the children, guide visitors
- close for the day and clean the reception building
At Landa you will be well taken care of by Bernd and Jeanette. It is a site with great vibes, lots of happy guests and always fun things to do. You’ll be helping five days per week, but have time to do fun things in the evenings and on your free days. Bernd and Jeanette are flexible people and will do their best to make you feel at home. Volunteers stay in a caravan, in the house of Bernd and Jeanette or in a tent on the camping. Landa organises your food and there is a kitchen to prepare it. In your free time you can hike the closeby mountains and enjoy fabulous fjord views. Or you can bike to Fossmark for example or take a kayak onto the Lysefjord. The famous Preikestolen is not far away and is definately a must-see when you’re here!