Great trip to Norway – 15 days Private Guided Tour
"Great Trip to Norway" is the most intense route you can do in Norway in 15 days
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About de Trip
“Great Trip to Norway” is the most intense route you can do in Norway in 15 days. From the highlights of the Norwegian Fjords to the dramatic mountains of the Lofoten Islands. Passing through the most prominent cities, such as Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger or Tromsø. All this in a group of only 8 people, agile and dynamic, doing trekking in the best places, sailing through the fjords, kayaking, hiking on the glacier, cycling, etc. and with a guide.
- It is an exceptional route to explore the region of the Fjords and the Lofoten Islands, the best of the south and the best of the north.
- Very small groups so you can fully enjoy your experience.
- Accommodation in double rooms.
- Excursions included in the price to avoid expenses at the destination.
- Professional and experienced guides in Norway.
- A careful selection of charming accommodation.
The trip includes
Flight to Tromsø. Transfer and accommodation for 2 nights in the surroundings of the city.
Dinner on your own.
We will get up in Tromsø, the most important city in the north of the country that is located 350 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle. In the morning, we will have free time to explore and explore the island of Tromsøya, where we recommend visiting its main attractions, such as its impressive Arctic Cathedral, its numerous museums, the Polaria Aquarium, or the Polar Museum.
After our visit we will take a walk to the Storsteinen viewpoint with a height of 451 meters, from where we will obtain a beautiful panoramic view of the city and the fjords that surround it.
Depending on the season, we will be able to contemplate the midnight sun.
Optional: cable car ride Return to accommodation. Dinner on your own.
We will leave for the island of Senja enjoying an enviable natural environment and remote places. Once we arrive at our starting point, we will embark on a fascinating navigation through the Andfjorden fjord that will take us to Andenes, a town at the northern end of the Vesterålen islands.
Once here and to end the day, we will go to the small fishing village of Bleik where we will trek in which we will be surrounded by endless mountains with rounded peaks that plunge directly into the ocean and paradisiacal beaches with crystal clear waters.
Dinner and accommodation on the island of Andøya.
Vesterålen is the only place in Norway where you can go whale watching at any time of the year. The reason is that here the continental shelf is closer to the mainland than on the rest of the Norwegian coast and today an exciting day awaits us that will not leave anyone indifferent. In the morning, we will go to the coastal area of Andenes for an unforgettable whale safari. We will navigate to get closer to the Bleik canyon, the sighting place where these cetaceans arrive every year. We will have the opportunity to observe many other species, such as orcas, pilot whales, dolphins and humpback whales that often frequent these cold waters.
Once our activity is finished and to get to our accommodation, we will take the panoramic road of the Isla de Andoya until we reach Sortland. We will stop at one of its numerous viewpoints to contemplate the views and try to spot seals.
At the end of the day we will make a stop in the largest town of the Vesteralen Islands, Sortland, with its beautiful Blåbrygge pier with blue houses.
Dinner and accommodation on the island of Langøya.
After breakfast, we will spend a good part of the morning getting to know one of the most important and genuine products of the country’s gastronomy, Norwegian salmon. We will head to the small town of Blokken where, aboard a zodiac, we will arrive at the fish farm and they will tell us all about its production, we will visit the exhibition and taste this wonderful delicacy.
We will continue in our vehicle through the island of Hinnøya and around the lands of the Møysalen National Park. Without ceasing to be surprised by the multitude of islands and islets that emerge from the waters of the North Sea until we reach Svolvær, the town of artists. We will have free time to visit it and get to know its impressive Svolværgeita (Svolvær’s goat), the most symbolic mountain in the city and a real challenge for climbers.
Dinner and accommodation on the island of Austvågsøya.
After breakfast, we will go to see the famous Trollfjord fjord; It is short and narrow but it is surrounded by high mountains that exceed 1100 meters in height. We will equip ourselves and take a speedboat that will take us through the Øyhellsundet strait, to Raftsundet and finally, to the magnificent fjord. This has a large population of sea eagles, the largest in the world, with a wingspan of more than 2.5 meters; we will be able to see them orbit above our heads.
The rest of the day will be dedicated to exploring one of the most famous scenic roads in Norway, with more than 200 km and which crosses the Lofoten from north to south, the picturesque King’s Route. We will go through emblematic fishing villages of the archipelago observing how the Norwegians have been able to adapt to a totally wild and hostile territory. On our tour, we will cross the island Vestvågøy where we will stop to visit the Borg Viking Museum.
We will learn about the culture of this beautiful archipelago and its strong connection to the Viking era. And already on the island of Flakstadøya, we will be able to visit the picturesque town of Nusfjord, a fantastic corner chosen as a pilot project for the conservation of architectural styles in 1975, with beautiful houses from the 19th century that illustrate the development of fish factories dedicated to cod. To end the day we will go to Ramberg beach on the north coast of the archipelago, where we can take a relaxing walk along a beautiful beach that gives us an incredible panoramic view of arctic peaks as a backdrop.
Dinner and overnight on the island of Moskenesøya.
Today we will dedicate the day to the island of Moskenesøya, the most spectacular and rugged of them all. Admiring one of the most impressive landscapes in the north, interrupted by islands and islets that mix with high mountains and beautiful fjords. We will start the day by walking until we reach a wonder of nature, the hidden beach of Kvalvika, or “the beach of the whales”. Here we will enjoy a panoramic view that will leave us speechless with views of its paradisiacal crystalline turquoise waters and white sand.
After our walk we will go to the most picturesque towns on the island. We will visit the town of Reine, considered the most beautiful in all of Lofoten, with its old houses of such an intense red color that they make it indescribable. These houses are dedicated to cod fishing. Later, we will go to Å, the most isolated and remote town in the archipelago where we will see how fishing and traditional uses are still alive, with its cod drying rooms.
We will end our day by boarding a ferry to the town of Bodø where our accommodation for today is located.
Accommodation in Bodo.
Transfer to the airport to take the flight to Stavanger. Depending on the schedule, free morning in Bodø. Arrive to
Stavanger and transfer from the airport to the center. Depending on the time of the flight, we will have more or less free time to visit the city. We recommend visiting the old town, with the best-preserved settlement of white wooden houses in Europe, the port, its museums and the lively center.
Accommodation in Stavanger.
Dinner on your own.
Norway’s most famous
Today we will have to get up early, since we will do one of the most exciting treks of the trip. During the early morning we will make the ascent to Preikestolen, also known as the Pulpit. We will begin our route on foot in the middle of the night gloom and after approximately 2.5 hours of walking we will reach the top, to experience a sublime encounter with wild nature in a different way, fleeing from the tourist masses. We are at the most popular natural viewpoint in Norway with a free fall of 604 meters. We will contemplate one of the best sunrises, enjoying the spectacular effects of sunlight illuminating the impressive steep cliff, which rises over the beautiful Lysefjord or Fjord of Light. After having seen one of the most overwhelming views of our trip, we will set off for our return.
Note: Depending on the date, the weather and other factors (such as the influx of visitors), the guide will decide the best time to do this excursion. After this we will visit the Sverd i Fjell monument, next to the Hafr fjord, characteristic for its three Viking swords that symbolize peace, unity and freedom in Norwegian history. In the afternoon, we will have free time to continue touring Stavanger, approaching the port and taking any boat that will take us to learn more about the Lysefjord.
Accommodation in Stavanger.
Dinner on your own.
Today we will leave Stavanger behind to embark on a navigation aboard a mini Fjord Cruise to reach Bergen, a city that is surrounded by the seven mountains and is known as “the gate of the fjords”. We will have the afternoon free to visit the second largest city in the country, Bergen, with great cultural history and Viking origins. We recommend strolling through the lively and picturesque streets of the Bryggen neighborhood, famous for being the Hanseatic quay declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, where we can buy some souvenirs in its craft shops. We recommend tasting a delicious local fish in the traditional market, with views of its beautiful houses full of colors.
Accommodation in Bergen. Dinner on your own.
We’ll start the day with a short visit to the Steinsdalsfossen waterfall, famous for allowing travelers to pass behind the water column.
After this, we will prepare to go kayaking in Hardangerfjorden, the second largest fjord in the country located on the south coast and which we will access by the longest suspension bridge in Norway, the Hardangerbrua with 1380 meters in length.
Our local guide will give us all the necessary instructions for this activity in which it is not necessary to have previous experience. We will sail through the calm waters of the fjord, enjoying an indescribable image, observing the clouds reflected in its crystal clear and turquoise waters, characteristic of Norway, “the country of mirrors and majestic mountains”. In addition, we will be lucky if we have the opportunity to spot seals and porpoises since they tend to frequent this area.
After this, we will approach on foot through an impressive canyon that will take us to the Vøringfossen waterfall with a fall of 180 meters high, an incomparable wonder in which we can relax listening to the force of the falling water, moving away from worries and feeling part of nature. We will also approach its viewpoint from where we can capture a different perspective of the environment.
Accommodation in the surroundings of Hardangerfjord.
An intense day awaits us, full of experiences. We will go in our vehicle towards the Fjord of the dreams, also known as Sognefjorden, the longest and deepest in Norway and the second largest in the world, with its 204 kilometers in length.
We will arrive at the picturesque town of Flåm where we will explore the fjords in a different way. We will go on a zodiac navigation through the Nærøyfjorden, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. An exciting activity in which we can enjoy the natural magic of its vertical mountains raised before us, waterfalls and small rural villages on the shores of the fjord. Even if they show up, we may spot seals, porpoises, and ospreys.
In the afternoon, we will continue to see another branch of the Fjord of Dreams, with the famous Flåm train, which has been described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world. The tour will take us from the end of the Aurlandsfjord to the high mountains of Myrdal station. We will return from there on a relaxing bike ride taking the picturesque Ruta de los Camineros which was built for the transport of merchandise and train workers in the 19th century. We will cross a drop of 865 meters to the valley and we will enjoy the landscape and the numerous waterfalls that we will find along the way.
On the way to our accommodation, we will continue enjoying the mountainous landscape through the Las Nieves tourist highway. We will make a stop at one of the most impressive architectural infrastructures in the country, the Stegastein viewpoint from where we will enjoy truly unique views.
Accommodation in the surroundings of Jostedalsbreen.
On this day we will go to the largest Glacier in Continental Europe, the Jostedalsbreen, for a guided excursion with crampons through the impressive ice towers and deep blue crevasses, an activity for which it is not necessary to have previous experience. To get to the base of the glacier we will take a boat that will cross the Nirgardsbrevatnet lake and that will give us access to the Nature Reserve.
Accommodation in the surroundings of Innvikfjord. Dinner included.
After our breakfast, we will head towards the Geiranger Fjord declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site for its beauty and exuberant nature. Once there, we will take the boat that will take us to see its numerous waterfalls, among which the one with the nuptial veil or the Seven Sisters or the old mountain farms that cling, even today, to its slopes.
Next we will take the famous Trollstingen panoramic road, famous for its 180º curves and where we will make a brief stop to see the Trolls waterfall, known as Tvindefossen and characteristic for the multitude of streams that fall along its hill.
In the afternoon we will arrive in Ålesund, a city that extends between several islands scattered in the Atlantic and known for its unique Art Noveau architecture, making it the cultural center of the region and chosen by National Geographic as one of the most beautiful port cities in Europe.
Accommodation in Alesund. Dinner on your own.
Free time in Ålesund until transfer to the airport.
Note: The itinerary can be done in one direction or another without distinction. For logistics reasons in the country, some location or accommodation may change without prior notice. This does not usually happen, but Norway is one of the world destinations with the greatest increase in travelers in recent years and on certain occasions we have had to make small changes on the fly for external reasons. This does not affect the visits to be made and the guides always try to include as much as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions about Great trip to Norway – 15 days Private Guided Tour
Wear comfortable and waterproof clothing, it does not matter if it is summer or winter. Include comfortable footwear such as boots with good grip and travel with several changes of socks. It is convenient to take an umbrella if you go in the rainy season, and if you travel in winter, take warm clothes and a windbreaker.
It is not always possible to see the puffins, but if you travel in the summer or in the closer months it is very likely that we will see some.
Yes, it is an excursion suitable for children, although you must bear in mind that it lasts 10 hours.
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