AUDIO GUIDE

Real stories
- told in real narrator's voices

“With a narrator ‘s voice that creeps comfortably into the ear canals, the tourists get to hear stories that range from Viking graves, stave churches, city fires, natural phenomena, war stories to children’s stories”

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Guiding whenever you want

Your own conveying
of culture, history and sights
- on your location

  • Highlight sights in your own municipality
  • Local stories are made by you
  • Visitors can experience more and stay longer

Areas of use for audio guides

Audio guides suitable for adults

Present your region through storytelling, photos and maps on mobile.

You give travelers an added experience with an audio guide on the train journey, the bus, the boat, museum, in parks, sculpture parks, in search of street art, war stories, burial mounds, rock carvings, caves and other hidden gems.

The audio guide can be used both indoors and outdoors.

Digital fun and learning for children

Create quizzes, letter puzzles and digital treasure hunts for children. Here you can enter prizes and change the layout of the hunt as often as you like.

For example, a quiz route can go on a hiking trail. A museum area can have different digital experiences in the area and change according to the seasons. Children can look for digital balloons in summer, in autumn they hunt for ghosts, around Christmas they look for elves, while at Easter they try to find the Easter bunnies.

The children learn to use maps based on GPS, they get to know the local area, it’s fun, provides motivation, and not least physical activity.

Audio guide for children

In collaboration with children’s book author Jan Hogne Christiansen, Voice of Norway now organizes audio guides with educational content designed for a younger audience.

The children get to know local history through the young and timeless storyteller ” BORGNY

This is how the audio guide works
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Your visitors choose route, language, download, and then they’re ready!

Who can use Voice Of Norway?

Local stories
in the audio guide
Voice Of Norway

Easy to get started

After you have been through our training program, you can add the content to the publishing tool yourself. We ensure that your content is quality assured and, in addition, translated and recorded with professional narration, if you do not choose to do this yourself.

The benefits
- as our customers see it

Protects wild reindeer in Rondane with audio guide

-The large conservation areas in Rondane ensure that the interaction with nature is not disturbed, and they are an important part of the work to prevent plants and animals from becoming extinct. At the same time, these are also areas in which we humans travel, – and the knowledge of protection is not always good enough when we travel in grazing areas for wild reindeer. With audio guides and digital trails, we can encourage behavior that does not result in harm to animals and nature.

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Create quiz based on GPS location

-Both the goats and Voice Of Norway use geofence (GPS) technology with a specific purpose. For the goats, this means that they must stay in a certain area. In Voice Of Norway, quizzes appear when your guests are in certain places. Digital guiz is fun along nature and cultural trails, in museums and parks, and in connection with team building and learning at school. When needing to control groups of people and their movement patterns, and the feeling of boredom waiting in queues, this is a smart way to solve the challenge.

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Sustainability seriously – at The Fjords

– Our guests enjoy the silence, the experience and the stories along the way along our fantastically beautiful Norwegian fjords. The electric boats allow travelers to hear birds chirping and listen to the sound of gurgling water, instead of boat engines and vibrations. Guiding takes place via their own mobile and travelers choose whether they want to participate. The silence and tranquility is magical, and we have the feeling of being completely in nature, but without leaving a trace, says John Vonli, general manager at The Fjords.

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Rovdyrsenter in Østerdalen offers digital nature communication

-Nature is open all the time and when we wanted to create an offer that is always open, it was very appropriate to do it out in nature, on well-established hiking trails. There is a lot of beauty in the forest that is easy to walk past, now visitors can stop and learn more along the way, says Runhild Dammen, general manager of the predator visitor center in Stor-elvdal municipality. The visitor center uses the app Voice Of Norway both in teaching and as an offer to visitors.

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