$ 1,700.00 (inside cabin)
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The trip starts in Bergen, the administrative center of western Norway. The fish market, the Flobanen funicular up to one of the lookout points, the colorful UNESCO-listed warehouses in Bryggen, and Bergen itself are all well-known attractions.
You can meander through the narrow streets and along the quays of the bustling harbor or enjoy the delicious seafood at the fish market. Bergen is also the entrance to the Norwegian fjords.
Today we arrive in Ålesund, well-known for its Art Nouveau architecture with beautiful brick houses and warehouses. In the summer, you can continue to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Geiranger Fjord, surrounded by steep mountains and impressive waterfalls. *Geiranger visited 01.06–31.08
*Hjørundfjorden visited 01.09-31.10
On this leg, we celebrate crossing the Arctic Circle with a ceremony before continuing into the Arctic regions. It means midnight sun in the summer and, possibly, Northern Lights in the evenings, while summer days are just a shade less dark than nighttime.
Nature is powerful, with the largest glacier in northern Scandinavia, the world's strongest tidal current, and encounters with the majestic sea eagle. Lofoten's fishing villages, steep mountains, and Vikings await you in the evening.
The journey continues through narrow fjords and past wild mountains to Tromso, a city known for hunting, fishing, polar expeditions, and bravery. It is also arrived in the homeland of the Sami, Norway's indigenous people.Meeting the Sami and their reindeer while learning about the Sami culture is an unforgettable experience.
As far north as land and sea travel will take you. Many people regard a visit to the North Cape as a high point and a goal for their voyages along the Norwegian coast. Nature is at its harshest and most desolate up here in the polar landscape, but people cling on and reap nature's bounty between bare plains and rugged cliffs. You can also try some of the catch. Would you like some king crab?
You have now traveled as far east as you can on your journey. The Russian border is only a few kilometers away, and road signs in Kirkenes are in both Norwegian and Russian. On one of our excursions, you can travel all the way to the border, or you can visit the Snowhotel, where everything is made of ice and snow.
As we sail west and then south, the polar landscape changes. The vast expanses are replaced by steep peaks, as we sail into Troms in the evening. You can attend a midnight concert at the Arctic Cathedral, or take a stroll in the midnight sun or under the Northern Lights to explore the city dubbed "The Paris of the North."
We return to the wild and beautiful Lofoten Islands. Under the jagged mountains are chalky white sandy beaches, fishing villages with a thriving fishing industry, and locals who rely on coastal ships for daily trips and transportation. Next, we will enter the narrow Trollfjord if the weather permits. There is a good chance of seeing sea eagles here.
We sail through the wide Trondheim fjord that is bounded by rolling farmland on both sides and return to the coast and the open sea. You can disembark in Kristiansund and be driven along the Atlantic Ocean Road, which has been called the world's most beautiful drive. The road meanders along islets and skerries, and afterwards you can re-embark in Molde.
The last day of the tour takes you through a diverse coastal landscape of bare rocky mountains and a maze of sounds and waterways between many islands. The great fjords and glaciers are situated inland. Bergen awaits at the end of the voyage. We hope you have many good memories from your journey along the Norwegian coast with Havila Voyages, and we look forward to seeing you again.