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Canoe trip from Hyllbrua to Støa in Ogndal. Tranquil river that offers great scenery and suitable for family and friends. Bring a snack and camp on the...
On this 2-day cruise, you will stay on a “floating hotel”: a 45 foot Lagoon sailing yacht. We will sail from Tromsø to the Lyngen Alps where we will enjoy the exciting nature and where we can be part of activities such as cross-country skiing, dogsledding, photographing and experience the arctic climate.
Our company will transport you safely and efficiently with fast boats between islands around Frøya and Hitra. We can also transport you both ways Tro...
The plains almost land in the center of Molde. It takes you only ten minutes from the city center and the hotels by transfer bus or taxi. Scandinavian...
The Trysilekspressen express bus runs between Oslo and Trysil every day of the year. Travel time is about 3.5 hours.
Boarding is at Oslo Bus Terminal...
Departures:November to April. Duration:7 nights. Price:from £1,599
This multi-centre holiday combines hotel stays with coastal cruising. Finnmark is a wild and wonderful area of northern Norway which boasts spectacular scenery, from rugged island seascapes to vast mountain plateaus. This coastal adventure starts in Tromso and takes you up to the top end of mainland Europe, throughout which endless skies giving ample opportunities for aurora sightings from land or whilst at sea.
Nov to Apr 7 nights.
On this wonderful self-drive trip see the peaked mountains and tranquil fjords of northern Norway as they form a stunning backdrop to an already perfect setting of isles, inlets and quaint fishing villages. The Arctic light here is forever changing from burning red at dusk and dawn to the beautiful blue of polar night. And once skies are dark, the northern lights have a chance to take over.
Nov to Apr 6 nights.
Departures:Sep - Mar. Duration:4, 5, 6, 11 nights. Price:from £620
Hurtigruten traces the dramatic Norwegian coastline from Bergen and the southern fjords, up across the Arctic Circle, all the way to Lofoten and the top end of Europe. It is the name of the route rather than one of the collection of ships that ply it year round. On a winter voyage, as well as the variety of daytime activities and sights, the northern lights prove a big attraction - huge vistas providing the canvas for often spectacular displays.
Sep-Mar 4-11 nights