- Monday – Saturday 2.10 pm & 4 pm
- Sunday 4 pm
- Monday – Saturday: 7.48 am & 2.38pm
- Sunday 1.38 pm
The regional buses from Tromsø leaves from the bus terminal building at Prostnes in the city center. The city center of Tromsø is on the south-east end of the island. Tromsø Airport is on the opposite side of the island.
To get to the city center of Tromsø from the airport you will need to take the airport express bus or a taxi to the Prostnes Havneterminal where the regional routes are starting from.
Where is the bus departing from?
The buses leave from inside the Terminal Building in Tromsø City Center. It will say “TROMSØ HAVN PROSTNESET” in big capital letters on the building. It is inside the same building as the Visit Tromsø main office.
What will it say on the bus I need to take?
It will say “150 Storslett” or “150 Alta” on the bus you will need to take. It does not matter which of the two you take as both will be going past Djupvik where we will be picking you up.
How to book tickets?
The bus regional bus routes offer seat guarantee. This means you will buy the tickets from the bus driver by credit card or cash when boarding the bus. In the event that the bus is full, another bus will be set up on short notice.
The ticket price is approximately only NOK 150,- per person per way.
How long is the journey?
The bus journey from the city center of Tromsø to the bus stop in Djupvik is approximately 3 hours. The journey includes two ferries where you will have the option to stretch your legs and have a drink/snack in the ferry café.
How do I make sure to hop off at the right stop?
Luckily, many of the drivers of the regional bus routes are now familiar with travelers visiting Lyngen North.
When boarding the bus, you can show this text to the bus driver “VI SKAL AV PÅ DJUPVIK/SPÅKENES KRYSSET” and he/she will know exactly where to let you off. The exact location you will need to hop off the bus is here: https://goo.gl/maps/1daQEVN3e9vnEPam9
You are also more than welcome to keep in touch with us on phone/SMS +4746640669 on your arrival day if you have any questions or concerns along the way.
Is it safe to take the public bus?
The regional bus service is considered very safe. The drivers are professionals and often have years of experience driving in even the harshest of winter conditions. The vehicles are in great condition and of a modern standard. Like most other places in Northern Norway, the chances of encountering pickpockets or getting robbed is almost nonexistent.