A country of huge contrasts, Norway's beautiful landscapes provide a truly epic backdrop for a self-drive adventure. During the summer months, seemingly...
The long, rugged coastline of Norway, with its dramatic seascapes and rich maritime heritage, is best explored on a cruise. The local Hurtigruten ships ply the...
Our collection of short breaks focus on the country’s most fascinating cities - from the capital Oslo to the jewel of the fjords Bergen – and are designed to be...
With its soaring mountains, sheer-sided fjords and endless dark skies, Northern Norway is a beautifully dramatic destination to go in search of the aurora. ...
Imagine watching a pod of orcas – twenty or thirty strong – rounding up vast shoals of herring on a winter feeding frenzy. Or witnessing humpback whales...
These holidays are aimed at those who wish to explore Norway independently making use of a variety of transport options including stunning rail journeys and...
Walking & Hiking
Norway’s beautiful, untouched scenery comprising tranquil fjords and rugged mountains makes the perfect backdrop for both serious hikers and casual walkers...
Train travel is one of the most relaxing ways to enjoy Norway’s breathtaking scenery and see it in all its glory. Just sit back and soak up the stunning views of...
With excellent air, road and rail links between Norway and Sweden it’s easy to combine Swedish Lapland’s breathtaking Icehotel with Norway’s fjords and...
Norway is characterised by its striking fjords - unimaginably deep water trenches where the highest mountains and cliffs literally rise right out of the sea. It stretches from the Skagerrak, the channel which separates Norway from Denmark in the south, past the Arctic Circle all the way northwards to the Barents Sea and the Russian Border.
Beyond the iconic fjords, impressive glaciers, dense forests, sprawling plains, glorious river valleys and a sprinkling of picture-perfect towns and villages all add to the mix.
There is a wonderfully exhilarating feeling of space wherever you go in Norway. This vast and beautiful country has a population of just 4.8 million, which equates to around 12 people per square kilometre, so when exploring the countryside you can often feel like you have it all to yourself.
Hunt for mesmerising aurora in Tromso, cruise to the North Cape on a coastal voyage, explore the mighty Sognefjord on a summer self-drive or ride the Flam Corkscrew railway. From historic Oslo, to atmospheric Bergen & the fjords to the enchanting Lofoten Islands, whatever your interests we offer a range of itineraries that showcase the best of Norway taking in the most well-known sights as well as some hidden gems.
Popular Norway holidays
Tromso & Malangen Resort
Norwegian Fjord Odyssey
Hurtigruten - Arctic Highlights Voyage
Hurtigruten Coastal Voyages
In Pursuit of the Aurora
Svalbard Snowmobile Adventures
Norwegian Fjord Highlights
Gargia Lodge & Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel
Tromso, Abisko & the Icehotel
The Hidden Fjords
A Fjord Encounter
Capitals of Scandinavia
Icehotel, Abisko and Lofoten
Tromso and Svalbard
Above the Arctic Circle
Lofoten and the Northern Lights
Fjord and Hiking Adventure
Svalbard Polar Night Adventure
Hike and Spa
HURTIGRUTEN COASTAL VOYAGES
One of the most recognised brands in Norway, Hurtigruten refers to the traditional coastal route taken by working steamers from Bergen in the south fjords to the North Cape at the top of Finnmark, Norway’s most northerly region. Though still a trading route, such is the magnificence of the scenery that this has become the most popular way for visitors to experience the iconic coastline. Sailing year round, the Hurtigruten fleet consists of 13 ships, with itineraries ranging from three to eleven nights. These modular routes make it easy to include a taste of coastal cruising on a tailor made holiday.