Dover - North Cape - Dover – Northern Lights and Fjords Expedition

On this voyage you'll find departures with:

Northern Lights Promise

Duration: 15 days

Departures: 2021:  16 Mar / 30 Mar / 6 Oct / 20 Oct / 3 Nov / 17 Nov / 1 Dec / 15 Dec / 29 Dec
2022:  12 Jan / 26 Jan / 9 Feb / 23 Feb / 9 Mar
Price from :
$ 5236 $ 6545 per person
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included
  • Experience the Northern Lights and learn all about this spectacular phenomenon
  • Explore Norway’s amazing coastline in winter
  • Join in on fun winter activities
  • Learn about Norwegian culture, history and nature with our Expedition Teams
Discover beautiful coastal towns and cities like Ålesund in their winter coats.
Photo: Uteguiden.com
Dover - North Cape - Dover
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Experience the magical winter wonderland of Norway.
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Experience the magical winter wonderland of Norway.
Marvel at that wonder of natural wonders, the Northern Lights.
Photo: Stian Klo

Itinerary

Join us for a special winter expedition cruise under the Northern Lights. See the best of Norway’s coastline and take part in exciting excursions to really discover this winter wonderland. Visit fascinating places and tiny coastal villages to get close to the authentic heart of Norway.
Day 1
Dover
Northern Exposure
Sunset over the sea

We set our course north from Dover towards the coast of Norway´s magical, snow-covered landscape as we hunt for the Northern Lights.

This amazing natural phenomenon is the result of disturbances caused by solar wind - creating a cosmic lightshow of dazzling colour and complexity. Your chances of experiencing the Northern Lights improve the farther north we go.

As we pass the white cliffs of Dover and head across the North Sea, stretch your sea legs and get to know MS Maud. Find the amenities you like best – the Science Center, the hot tubs, the Explorer lounge, or maybe a favourite spot on deck. You may want to find that spot later if our hunt for the Aurora proves successful.

During the night, we'll have a technical stop in Calais.

Sunset over the sea
A small boat in a large body of water
Passengers on deck
Enjoy a relaxing day at sea as we approach the Norwegian coastline.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen
A man wearing a hat
Get to know the Expedition Team members as well as your fellow travellers.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen
A group of people standing in front of a fireplace
Listen in on lectures made by the Expedition Team in the Science Center about the places you will soon experience.
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon
Day 2
At sea
Norway Bound
A man wearing a hat
Get to know the Expedition Team members as well as your fellow travellers.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen

Enjoy a day at sea as we head north to the Norwegian coastline.

Meet our Expedition Team, who prepare you for exciting adventures ahead. Listen in on talks by these experienced explorers who share their extensive knowledge about places, people and natural phenomena we are likely to encounter, like the Northern Lights.

Or maybe you just want to kick back and relax. Admire the views, try some of the ship’s cuisine that caught your eye on the menu, or settle into a good book while enjoying this day at sea. 

Day 3
Stavanger
Cobbelstone streets of Old Stavanger, Norway
Stroll the charming cobblestone streets of Old Stavanger.
Photo: Shutterstock

Welcome to Stavanger – known for its many nearby natural attractions, including famous Pulpit Rock and long sandy beaches along the North Sea.

The Stavanger region is on the radar of nearly every visitor to Norway. Many different nationalities are drawn to the area, making it a highly international destination. Its cosmopolitan nature is reflected in the city’s lively, urban ambience, with creative food menus, fun pubs and bars, and a booming cultural scene.

Stavanger’s proud history is never far from sight. Old Stavanger has Europe’s best-preserved wooden house area with more than 170 white wooden structures dating back to the 1700s.

Stavanger is also Europe’s oil and energy capital. Visit the Norwegian Petroleum Museum to learn more about Norway’s most important industry through modern interactive exhibits. See how oil and gas were formed millions of years ago, as well as how petroleum is found, produced and consumed. Feeling adventurous? You can slide down an escape chute used on offshore oil and gas platforms.

While it’s less likely to spot the Northern Lights this far south, it does happen. Keep your eyes on the northern edge of the horizon.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    The Norwegian Petroleum Museum
    Today, Norway is one of the world’s largest producers of oil – a legacy that began in the mid-1960s, when the discovery of oil changed the path of a nation. At the Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, you will learn about how oil and gas, and how this industry has affected Norwegian society today.
Cobbelstone streets of Old Stavanger, Norway
Stroll the charming cobblestone streets of Old Stavanger.
Photo: Shutterstock
The oil museum in Stavanger
Visit the Norwegian Oil Museum and learn about Norway’s most important modern-era industry.
Photo: Shutterstock
View of Ålesund from Mount Aksla
Climb the 418 steps to the top of Mount Aksla for a spectacular view of Ålesund and the surrounding area.
Photo: Detlef Hinz
Ålesund’s Aquarium, built directly into the coastal landscape.
Visit Ålesund’s incredible Norwegian Aquarium, built directly into the coastal landscape.
Photo: Roger Engvik
Kayak paddling in Ålesund
Experience wintertime Ålesund on a peaceful kayak tour through the harbour.
Photo: Uteguiden.com
Day 4
Ålesund
Art Nouveau and Aquatic Species
Ålesund’s Aquarium, built directly into the coastal landscape.
Visit Ålesund’s incredible Norwegian Aquarium, built directly into the coastal landscape.
Photo: Roger Engvik

Today you arrive in the charming small city of Ålesund - renowned for its beautiful art nouveau architecture. This owes to a devastating fire that burned a large part of the city to the ground in 1904. The entire town was subsequently rebuilt in the fashionable art nouveau style of the time.

Take the opportunity to wander Ålesund’s charming cobblestone streets and admire the numerous spires, towers and highly-ornate buildings.

Norway is a seafood nation and Ålesund is its fisheries capital. Take the opportunity to visit the Norwegian Aquarium - built directly into the rocky coastline, the aquarium is also an architectural marvel. Due to excellent oceanic conditions along the Norwegian coast, the aquarium features a colourful and exciting range of fish and fauna, including octopus, seals and penguins.

You can also choose one of our interesting optional excursions in and around this fascinating coastal Norwegian city.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Ålesund - The Norwegian Aquarium
    Norway is known for its strong connection to the sea, and Ålesund is one of its fishing capitals. Take in the striking coastal landscape and learn about the local sea life at the Norwegian Aquarium.
Day 5
Brønnøysund
Home of Famous Torghatten
The sculpture that marks the Arctic Circle
Cross the Arctic Circle at the small islet of Vikingen, where a globe sculpture marks the spot.
Photo: Alfred & Astrid Held

Welcome to Brønnøysund - a vibrant and pretty little town of 5,000 folks located on a narrow peninsula surrounded by islands and sea.

You are now at the halfway mark along Norway’s long coastline. Brønnøysund is near the famous mountain with a hole in the middle - Torghatten.

Brønnøysund is also the gateway to Vega Island – a UNESCO World Heritage site, which was granted UNESCO status because of how the community demonstrates its centuries-old sustainable way of life. Remarkably, the islanders have thrived by practicing the now unique tradition of eider farming and duck down processing.

As we leave Brønnøysund, we sail along the coast of Helgeland and pass the famous mountain range called the Seven Sisters. Legend has it that seven beautiful troll sisters were caught out at sunrise and turned to stone, creating the seven beautiful peaks.

In the evening, we cross the Arctic Circle – and your chances to experience the Aurora grow.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Brønnøysund Town Walk and Concert
    This is a special opportunity: an invitation to get to know the tiny Norwegian coastal town of Brønnøysund, from its history to its modern day life. Grab a map and stroll at your leisure from the port into town. Guides will be available along the way to offer local insight and stories.
The sculpture that marks the Arctic Circle
Cross the Arctic Circle at the small islet of Vikingen, where a globe sculpture marks the spot.
Photo: Alfred & Astrid Held
View of the mountain range Seven Sisters along the Helgeland coast in Norway
Admire the Seven Sisters mountain range as we sail north along the Helgeland coast.
Photo: Aslak Tronrud
Reine, a fishing village in Lofoten, Norway.
Visit the charming Lofoten fishing village of Reine, one of the most photographed places in Norway.
Photo: Shutterstock
Northern lights in Lofoten
Encounter the enchanting Northern Lights.
Photo: Stian Klo
Lofoten island during winter
Experience the Lofoten Islands draped in a blanket of snow.
Photo: Conor Sheridan
Day 6
Reine and Svolvær
Northern lights in Lofoten
Encounter the enchanting Northern Lights.
Photo: Stian Klo

You won’t soon forget your first approach to Lofoten because of the formidable wall of mountains looming on the horizon.

The Lofoten Islands are world famous for their distinctive dramatic peaks, sheltered bays and untouched beaches - and this is your day to explore them. Lofoten is also known for its excellent fishing, picturesque villages and exciting year-round activities.

We dock at idyllic Reine in the morning. Fishermen´s huts dotting the shoreline and snowy granite peaks shooting out of the fjord make Reine one of the most frequently photographed landscapes in Norway.

After departing Reine, we sail along the massive Lofoten wall to Svolvær.  The islands, steep mountains, beautiful beaches and bays we pass are unlike anything you’ve ever seen. In Svolvær, choose from a number of exciting outdoor and indoor activities. Intriguing shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants are scattered throughout the town.

After a whole day exploring Lofoten, we sail to Trollfjord, an amazing place where vertical mountain walls surrealistically jut out of the sea. In winter, it’s not possible to sail into the fjord, so we admire this very special site at its entrance.

Keep looking skyward to catch sight of the Northern Lights.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Reine - The Fishing Village of Å
    Located at the western tip of the archipelago, Å is a unique historical attraction. Here, you’ll find one of the best preserved old fishing villages in Norway, offering a variety of opportunities to experience life in the Lofoten fisheries through the last 250 years.
Day 7
Tromsø
Gateway to the Arctic
Snowshoing in norwegian winter landscape
Take part in numerous fun winter activities in and around Tromsø.
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon

Looking for an adventurous winter wonderland? Tromsø is the perfect destination for winter activities and boasts a wide range of optional excursions to choose from depending on your interests.

Enjoy a ride into the sky on the Fjellheisen cable car, with breathtaking views of the city, mountains, fjords - and hopefully the Aurora.

Tromsø brims with fascinating history, culture and bold architecture. The Arctic Cathedral is a landmark in Tromsø visible from the Tromsø Sound, featuring a huge stained-glass window. Care to meet some friendly locals? Tromsø is home to the world’s northernmost brewery, Mack Bryggeri, which also runs Ølhallen, a lively pub where townspeople go for a chat and a beer.

Other winter activities include optional excursions with our Expedition Team on nature hikes, and Aurora-focused bus rides.

Tromsø is so far north that you may see the Northern Lights directly overhead.

Snowshoing in norwegian winter landscape
Take part in numerous fun winter activities in and around Tromsø.
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon
View at the top of Fjellheisen in Tromsø, Norway
Admire the view at the top of the Fjellheisen Cable Car ride in Tromsø included in your programme for today.
Photo: Getty Images
Northern light above the mountains surrounding Tromsø
Hunt the elusive Northern Lights on special Aurora excursions outside Tromsø.
Photo: Jan R. Olsen
A man and a boy feeding a seal.
Explore the high north and meet bearded seals at the Polaria Arctic experience centre.
Photo: Sigve Aspelund
Trømsø in the evening
Discover exciting urban amenities in Tromsø, nicknamed the ‘Paris of the north’.
Photo: Aslak Tronrud
Day 8
Tromsø
Lively Arctic City
A man and a boy feeding a seal.
Explore the high north and meet bearded seals at the Polaria Arctic experience centre.
Photo: Sigve Aspelund

Another day in Tromsø means another day of discovery.

Visit the Arctic experience centre, Polaria, where you will be able to look, feel, experience and understand why life in the sea and on land are inextricably linked. Polaria is also one of two places in Europe where you can see bearded seals at close range.

Historically, Tromsø was the starting point for several Arctic expeditions. It was also the first call when hunters and explorers returned to civilization, giving it a tough frontier reputation. Today the city is often called the Paris of the North because of its international and cultural diversity. Meet friendly locals, do some shopping or sample the city’s range of restaurants specializing in the region’s fresh produce.

As we leave Tromsø after lunch, spend the afternoon and evening on deck – hunting the Northern Lights.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Polaria Arctic Experience Centre
    In a distinctive building depicting ice blocks pushed on land by the rugged ocean in the Arctic, you will find Polaria, a unique museum and aquarium where you can learn about the Arctic, wildlife, and polar research. Your admission is included in your voyage, and you can visit at your leisure during your time in Tromsø.
Day 9
North Cape, Honningsvåg
Edge of the World
View of the monument on top of the North Cape cliff
Stand at the edge of the world atop North Cape.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen

Today we visit one of the northernmost points in Europe, North Cape. This is also as far north as we go on this winter expedition cruise.

Start the day by taking a scenic bus ride from the town of Honningsvåg. We pass small bays and tiny villages, then cross a mountain plateau before arriving at spectacular North Cape. At 71°10’21´N, North Cape is just 2,100 km away from the Geographic North Pole. Stand at the edge of the cliff and gaze out on the sea. Only the Svalbard Archipelago separates you from the North Pole. North Cape feels like the end of the world. It’s also a great place to take stunning photos and there will be enough time to visit the North Cape Hall´s cinema, showing a short film about the North Cape Plateau, and there are several exhibits open to visitors.

Back in Honningsvåg, you can opt to stroll about, past charming houses, nice shops and a church that was the only structure left standing at the end of World War II.

This is the ship’s turning point and from here we start our return trip southward. Keep looking skyward!

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Honningsvåg - The North Cape
    The North Cape lies far above the Arctic Circle at the northern tip of Europe. No matter the season, arriving at this dramatic plateau 300-meters above the Arctic Ocean is the experience of a lifetime.
View of the monument on top of the North Cape cliff
Stand at the edge of the world atop North Cape.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen
Polar nights in Arctic Norway
Experience the special light of polar nights in Arctic Norway.
Photo: Della Torre Stefan
Senja in Norway under the northern lights
Discover why Norwegians call Senja, ‘the fairy tale island’.
Photo: Tobias Bjorkli
View of the mountains in Senja
Encounter some of the world’s most beautiful scenery at Senja.
Photo: Shutterstock
Person looking out at the mountains along the coast in Senja, Norway.
Amidst nature’s majesty.
Photo: Tobias Bjorkli
Day 10
Finnsnes / Senja
Hidden Gem of Coastal Norway
View of the mountains in Senja
Encounter some of the world’s most beautiful scenery at Senja.
Photo: Shutterstock

Today we dock at Finnsnes, just across a bridge from the remarkable island of Senja, which Norwegians call the ‘fairytale island’ because of its spectacular nature.

Senja is Norway’s second largest island and counts just under 8,000 inhabitants. As you might guess, fisheries and aquaculture are the dominant industries here. Cod and pollock are traditionally fished in Senja’s waters while salmon is farmed.

The island is famous for its diverse landscapes and is often referred to as Norway in miniature. The scenery can dramatically change within the blink of an eye. The outer side of Senja is characterised by lofty mountains plummeting straight into the sea, interspersed with isolated coves and sandy beaches. South Senja is distinguished by rocky coastline and pine forests and is home to Ånderdalen National Park. The eastern side of Senja has a a gentler landscape with rolling hills and birch forests.

There is little light pollution here, increasing your chances of seeing the Northern Lights.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Finnsnes - National Scenic Route in Senja
    The landscape of Senja is simply majestic. One of the best ways to explore the breadth of this island’s beautiful sights is this guided coach tour along part of the National Scenic Route, one of 18 official driving routes highlighting Norway’s beautiful landscape.
Day 11
Sea day
Serenity of the Sea
People looking at northern lights on deck in northern Norway
Hunt for the Northern Lights at their best and brightest while at sea.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen

Today you can spend time in the ship’s Explorer lounge, soaking in a hot tub, or out on deck watching for the aurora. Our Expedition Team and on-board photography expert can help you locate the Northern Lights and take good pictures.

The Expedition Team also continues its on-board lecture series, sharing their vast knowledge and experience about the geography, culture and history of Norway’s long and varied coastline.

The team also summarizes the voyage so far and lets you know about plans for the exciting days ahead.

People looking at northern lights on deck in northern Norway
Hunt for the Northern Lights at their best and brightest while at sea.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen
Learn even more about your experiences during interesting Expedition Team lectures on science, history and culture.
Learn even more about your experiences during interesting Expedition Team lectures on science, history and culture.
Photo: Reinhard Tanner
The distinctive bridge along the Atlantic Road
Take a trip on the Atlantic Road, one of Norway’s official National Scenic Routes.
Photo: Steinar Melby / Visit North West
View of the coastal town of Kristiansund, Norway.
Discover the historic 'dried cod capital’ of Kristiansund.
Photo: Altafoto.no
Day 12
Kristiansund and Molde
Norwegian Alps and Viking Battles
The distinctive bridge along the Atlantic Road
Take a trip on the Atlantic Road, one of Norway’s official National Scenic Routes.
Photo: Steinar Melby / Visit North West

A brief stop in Kristiansund for guests wishing to take a trip along the Atlantic Road, to Molde.

Kristiansund's location on four sea islands in the Norwegian Sea has steadily provided livelihoods in the fishing, shipbuilding and oil industries. Interested in history? A decisive battle between Danish and Norwegian Vikings was fought near here in 955 and later noted in the famous ‘Lives of the Norse Kings’ by Snorre Sturlasson.

After lunch, we reach Norway’s ‘City of Roses’ – Molde. You may want to visit Romsdalsmuseet, one of Norway’s largest folk museums, exhibiting historic regional buildings and interiors. The city´s scenic viewpoint, Varden, is worth a visit, with its wonderful vistas across Molde, the fjord and snowy peaks of the Romsdal Alps in the distance.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Kristiansund - The Atlantic Ocean Road
    Known as one of the world’s most beautiful drives, the Atlantic Ocean Road is an engineering marvel that zigzags across bridges, from island to island, along the ocean’s edge. This guided coach tour will give you the chance to leave the ship and explore the coast by land.
Day 13
Bergen
Beautiful Bergen
City of Bergen and the medieval attraction Bryggen
Discover the charming city of Bergen and local attractions such as medieval Bryggen.
Photo: Ignacio Ceballos

We arrive in Bergen, one of Norway’s most beautiful cities and a great place to explore by foot. Founded in 1070 AD, Bergen was Norway’s capital for many years. The city has retained a great deal of its local character, history and charm, and is a hub for Norwegian travel. Be sure to stroll through the historic UNESCO-listed Bryggen district with its colourful wooden wharfs dating back to the 14th century.

Visit Mount Fløyen – the Fløibanen funicular takes you to the top in just six minutes. At the summit you get amazing views over this city surrounded by seven mountains and the sea. Feeling energetic? Follow one of many light trails atop Mount Fløyen into possibly snow-decked alpine forest.

Back at sea level, wander the cobblestone streets and alleyways of this enchanting, compact city. Drop into one of its many cafés or pubs and order a half-litre of local Hansa beer, browse through unique boutiques and visit world-class museums.

Spend the evening relaxing, maybe in the panoramic lounge or out on deck. While its less likely the Northern Lights will appear this far south, it does happen.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Bergen - The Fløibanen Funicular (Included)
    Experience the Fløibanen Funicular, one of the best known attractions in Bergen. At the top of Mount Fløyen, take in panoramic views of the city as you enjoy a coffee and cinnamon roll. This excursion is self-guided and at your leisure during our time in Bergen.
City of Bergen and the medieval attraction Bryggen
Discover the charming city of Bergen and local attractions such as medieval Bryggen.
Photo: Ignacio Ceballos
Bergen fish market
Taste fresh crab, scallops and prawns at Bergen’s famous fish market.
Photo: Shutterstock
Person looking at the sunset on deck
Enjoy the crisp winter air and your last sunset at sea before journey’s end.
Photo: Leslie A. Kelly
A group of people sitting in a room
Review your winter expedition cruise along Norway’s coastline with the Expedition Team.
Photo: Espen Mills
Day 14
At sea
Relax and Unwind
Person looking at the sunset on deck
Enjoy the crisp winter air and your last sunset at sea before journey’s end.
Photo: Leslie A. Kelly

It’s our final day at sea.

You may want to take one last soak in the hot tub, relax in the ship’s lounge, edit your photographs, or join the Expedition Team as they review the highlights of your memorable winter expedition cruise to the coast of Norway.

Day 15
Dover
Return to England
White cliffs of Dover
Spot the familiar white cliffs as we approach Dover.
Photo: Ebelien

We pass the white cliffs of Dover during the early morning hours and dock at the city’s harbour. After breakfast, it’s time to leave your home for the past 14 days.

As you head ashore, you’ll take with you the lifetime memories of Norway in winter - wonderful fjords, fascinating towns and cities, friendly people, and the magical Northern Lights.

Welcome aboard again soon!

White cliffs of Dover
Spot the familiar white cliffs as we approach Dover.
Photo: Ebelien
White cliffs of Dover up close
Photo: Tarik Haiga
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What's included

Included in your voyage

Expedition Cruise

  • Expedition cruise in a cabin of your choice
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner including beverages (house beer and wine, sodas, and mineral water) in restaurant Aune and
  • A la carte restaurant Lindstrom included for suite guests
  • Complimentary tea and coffee
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi on board. Be aware that we sail in remote areas with very limited connection. Streaming is not supported.
  • Complimentary reusable water bottle to use at water refill stations on board
  • English speaking Expedition Team who organise and accompany activities on board and ashore
  • Range of included excursions

Onboard Activities

  • Experts on the Expedition Team deliver in-depth lectures on a variety of topics
  • Use of the ship’s Science Center which has an extensive library, biological and geological microscopes and samples
  • Citizen Science programme allows guests to assist with live scientific research
  • Professional onboard photographer gives top tips and tricks for the best landscape and wildlife photos
  • Use of the ship’s hot tubs, panoramic sauna and indoor gym, outdoor running track and gym
  • Informal gatherings with the crew such as daily recaps and preparation for the day to come

Landing Activities

  • Escorted landings using our fleet of small expedition boats or local tender boats
  • Loan of boots, trekking poles, and all equipment for activities
  • Complimentary wind and water-resistant expedition jacket
  • Expedition Photographers help with your camera settings before landings

Not included in your voyage

  • International flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Luggage handling
  • Optional shore excursions with our local partners
  • Optional small-group activities with our Expedition Team
  • Spa treatments

Notes

MS Maud
A living room filled with furniture and vase of flowers on a table
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A room filled with furniture and a large window
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Your ship

MS Maud

Year built 2002 (Year of refurbishment: 2021)
Shipyard Fosen Mek. Verk. (N)
Beds 532
Gross tonnage 16,140 T
Length 135,75 m
Beam 21.5 m
Speed 15 knots
MS Maud

MS Maud is designed to take you on a cruise in maximum comfort, equipped for a sustainable and memorable expedition.

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Optional excursions

Some expedition cruises may include excursions that can be reserved for no additional charge. These included excursions can often be combined with other excursions available in port.

Please note excursions are subject to change and are not yet available for booking for departures after March 2021.

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Stavanger - The Norwegian Petroleum Museum (Included)

Duration

Guests’ discretion

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-SVG1

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Ålesund - The Norwegian Aquarium (Included)

Duration

2 hours

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-AES3

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Brønnøysund - Town Walk and Concert (Included)

Duration

2 hours

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-BNN2

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Reine - The Fishing Village of Å (Included)

Norway

Duration

1-2 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-REI1

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Tromsø - Polaria (Included)

Norway

Duration

At guests’ discretion

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-TOS1

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Honningsvåg - The North Cape (Included)

Norway

Duration

3 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-HVG1

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Finnsnes - National Scenic Route in Senja (Included)

Duration

5-6 hours

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-FNE1

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Kristiansund - The Atlantic Ocean Road (Included)

Duration

4-5 hours

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-KSU1

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Bergen - The Fløibanen Funicular (Included)

Duration

Varies, at guests’ discretion

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-BGO2

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