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September – the Best Month to Travel Norway in a Campervan?

September is a month where the weather can still be very good, there are a lot fewer tourists and the national scenic routes and hikes are still open. If you want to see Norway during a beautiful month and avoid the crowds, September might actually be the best, or one of the best months to travel Norway in a campervan.
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September is a month where the weather can still be very good, there are a lot fewer tourists and the national scenic routes and hikes are still open. If you want to see Norway during a beautiful month and avoid the crowds, September might actually be the best or one of the best months to travel Norway in a campervan.

In Norway, the high season for travel is between June and August, with April, May, September, and October considered the shoulder months. The rest of the year, from November until the end of March is the low season.

Tourism is increasing in Norway every year. Luckily, it’s a large country geographically, and the numbers are still low compared to most other Europeans countries. Still, the number of tourists can be a bit bothersome during high season and at the most popular sights. If you are traveling during July and early August, you should consider getting up early in the morning to visit the most popular attractions and roads, or before sundown at night. Some people do not mind a bit of a crowd, and then you are of course free to visit at any time. The sights, roads, and hikes with the highest number of visitors are for example Pulpit rock, Troll tongue hike, and Geiranger/Trollstigen.

In September, you can visit any of these or other sights more freely and still avoid the crowds. When traveling in late September, please double check to see if a certain hike is still open/recommended. For most of them it will be open, but Troll tongue and some others may be recommended only with a guide in late September or in certain weather conditions. Most of all of the 18 national scenic routes of Norway are usually open in September, and also October.

If you hate mosquitos, September also has the advantage of having fewer, or usually no mosquitos at all. Mosquitos can be quite annoying and plentiful in numbers during the warmest months such as July. In some areas of the country it can be very bad. In September, you will most likely not experience any mosquitos at all.

One last advantage of September (as well as the other shoulder months) is that Cabin Campers and other rental companies usually have more availability.

Every month has some advantages and disadvantages! There are of course many advantages of going on a road trip in Norway during June, July or August as well. But for some, September might just be the best option of them all.

So what are you waiting for? Book your September road trip of a lifetime today. Cabin Campers campervan rental is excited to welcome you to your home on wheels!

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