Norway Tours

Norway has one of the longest coastline of all countries int he world.  It's endless number of deep fjords and towering mountains is the scene for one of the worlds most beautiful voyage. 

  • Hurtigruten Classic Roundtrip Voyage

    12 days, All Year

    Price from $1501 per person

    The celebrated 'Hurtigruten Route'. With so much natural beauty, Norway’s entire coastline is as awe-inspiring as America’s greatest national parks. You are certain to be ‘wowed’ by the hundreds of miles of pristine and dramatic landscapes, world-famous fjords and numerous UNESCO sites. But perhaps it is Norway’s people, culture and charm of the small coastal towns as well as the abundance of outdoor activities and fresh, natural foods that you will remember most.

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  • Christmas and New Year’s Celebrations in Norway

    11 Nights, December 2017 & 2018

    From $1,672 per person

    Norway is renowned for its Christmas traditions, steeped in the origins of countless legends of trolls and yuletide tales and of sleighs and magical reindeer. And because of Hurtigruten's unique and authentic brand of travel, you'll experience the traditions of another culture in a way that will stay with you for a lifetime.

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  • Astronomy Cruise

    11 Nights, October 2017/18 to March 2018/19

    From $2,046 per person

    Get unique insight and knowledge about the Arctic sky and the greatest light show on Earth, the Aurora Borealis, on this popular voyage along the mesmerizing Norwegian Coast. This limited voyage is accompanied by special lecturers - experts on astronomy and expeditions to see the Northern Lights. We are so confident that the northern lights will occur during your 12-day cruise that we have made a Northern Lights Promise! Contact us for further details.

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  • Hunting the Lights Photography Cruise

    11 or 6 Nights, November and December 2017

    From $1,224 per person

    Norway’s appeal is remarkably simple: It is one of the most beautiful countries on Earth and one of the best places to view the northern lights due to its location in the aurora oval and the absence of light pollution. Join an adventure of spectacular coastal scenery with acclaimed photographer Dennis Mammana.

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Steve - Jul 21, 2015

Overall we were very pleased with the trip

We had a very nice trip to the West and South Iceland. The flights were good. All of the hotels were very good, especially Ranga. The Icelandair hotel was okay but far below the others. One important …


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