Sailing the Norwegian coast is a bit like navigating in a big box of chocolates. There are tasty bites everywhere.
But for many, the Geirangerfjord is the best of the lot.
“Man, they were right about as close as you can get. Are those waterfalls the Seven Sisters? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Yep, seven in a row. Indescribably beautiful!”
Brendan says the Australian coast has its own natural magic, but Norway surpasses it many times over.
“This is fresher and more spectacular. I mean, Wow! I called my girlfriend 15 minutes ago and said we have to come here together. This ship also visits the Lofoten Islands. I don’t know if they were kidding, but someone said the Lofoten Islands are even more amazing than Geiranger. If that’s true, and I find it hard to believe, I’m moving there. For real.”
Explore both the Geirangerfjord and the Lofoten Islands with Hurtigruten in 2017.
If you wish to create your own voyage in Norway, you can select which ports you want to travel from and to.
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