Senja, Norway's second-largest island, is often referred to as "Norway in miniature." It offers a breathtaking collage of towering mountain peaks, deep blue fjords, verdant forests, and traditional fishing villages, each element a testament to Norway's stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Senja's dramatic landscapes beckon the adventurous. The trails of Ånderdalen National Park are lined with dense forests, giving way to rugged mountain vistas. The whimsical world of Tungeneset is home to peculiarly shaped rock formations rising from the sea against the backdrop of the iconic Devil's Teeth peaks. The island's charming fishing villages of Husøy and Mefjordvær are a place where time seems to stand still. Brightly colored wooden houses, friendly locals, and seafaring traditions comprise these postcard-worthy villages.