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Welcome to Norway, where the mountains meet the sea, and you can admire the majestic fjords, towering peaks, and the captivating midnight sun. Vast plateaus and stunning peaks surround the mountainous regions. The fjords, formed during the glacier retreat, are one-of-a-kind worldwide. Starting from Oslo, you can go through the mountains and cross the fjords to reach Trondheim. You can take a night train to one of Norway’s most beautiful regions – the Lofoten Islands, known for their unique and breathtaking landscapes.

Itinerary Highlights

  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Cruise Geirangerfjord
  • Visit Waterfalls and Glaciers
  • Explore Norway’s cities
  • Drive the Atlantic Ocean Road

What’s included

  • Private tours for most included activities
  • Meet & greet airport service
  • Self-drive or Private Driver options
  • Expert guides in each destination


This is an example itinerary. It is fully flexible; you can add or detract days and include hotels at your chosen budget. It departs daily.



Price Guide

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Our quotes are bespoke for your customised trip. The prices displayed are indicative only, read more

Day 1

Fly to Norway

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Day 1

Discover Oslo

Upon your arrival, pick up your rental car and drive to Oslo, the capital of Norway. Forests and the magnificent Oslofjord surround this lively city. Take a leisurely stroll along the streets and explore the city home to the royal family. You can also visit the main street, Karl Johan, lined with numerous shops, bars, and cafes, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.

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Between Land and Sea Norway Tour
Day 2

Crossing Hardangervidda

Take the road along Tyrifjorden and cross it to reach Begnadalen on your way to Fagernes. In Fagernes, visit the Valdresmusea, an open-air folk museum established in 1901. It boasts an impressive collection of over 70 houses depicting Norway’s history from the past to the present. Later in the day, drive through the small village of Gol to reach Geilo on the desert plateau of Hardangervidda.

Day 3

Explore Bergen on foot

Begin your day by hitting the road towards Bergen. Don’t forget to stop at the magnificent Vøringfoss waterfall, which stands tall at 163 metres! After that, cross the Hardangerfjord by taking the bridge from Brimnes to Bruravik towards the west. Once you reach Bergen, take in the ambience of the old port, Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For a breathtaking view of the city of seven mountains, take the funicular to the top of Mount Fløien. Additionally, we recommend visiting the house of the renowned composer Edvard Grieg or the Fantoft Stave Church.

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Between Land and Sea Norway Tour
Day 4

The Majestic Sognefjord

Begin your day by taking a road trip to Gudvangen via Voss and seeing the Tvindefoss waterfall. Gudvangen is a small village located in the heart of the fjords, where you can enjoy a 2-hour and 45-minute cruise on the Sognefjord and its narrowest branch, the Nærøyfjord. Take in the breathtaking landscapes and marvel at the beauty of the fjords before arriving in Kaupanger. Alternatively, you can explore the village of Flåm along the way and discover another splendid route to Fodnes. From there, you can take a small ferry to Mannheller. Don’t miss visiting the Kaupanger Stave Church before heading north. You can also stop by the Norwegian Glacier Museum in Fjærland.

Day 5

Briksdal Glacier

As you proceed with your journey to the north, stop and visit Briksdal Glacier. Once you reach Olden, a short hike of 1 hour and 30 minutes round trip will take you to the glacier, where you can witness the beauty of this natural wonder. After that, you can continue your journey and head towards Geiranger, where you can spend a leisurely day by the fjord.

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Between Land and Sea Norway Tour
Day 6

Cruise on the Geirangerfjord

This morning, you will have the opportunity to embark on a breathtaking one-hour cruise on the Geirangerfjord, one of Norway’s most magnificent natural wonders. As you sail through the pristine waters, you will be surrounded by towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and lush greenery. The fjord’s narrowness adds to the spectacular scenery, making it an unforgettable experience. Get ready to immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of Norway’s Geirangerfjord.

Day 7

The Atlantic Ocean Road

Here you are again on the road between land and sea, and you will take another ferry to reach Kristiansund. Today, you will drive on the famous Atlantic Road, which will take you from island to island and have the opportunity to enjoy unique landscapes.

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Between Land and Sea Norway Tour
Day 8

Kristiansund – Trondheim

Before continuing your journey, take some time to relax in the charming town of Kristiansund and enjoy the beautiful walks offered by the surrounding archipelago. Once you arrive in Trondheim, return your rental car.

Day 9

Visit Trondheim and the Night Train

Trondheim is a city in Norway with a lot to offer visitors. One of the main attractions is Nidaros Cathedral, which is built on the burial place of Saint Olav and is considered the national sanctuary of Norway. If you are interested in history and architecture, check out the Archbishop’s Palace. It is one of the best-preserved buildings of its kind in Europe and is the oldest secular building in Scandinavia. Another place worth visiting is Stiftegården, the royal residence. Additionally, the charming district of Bakklandet, with its wooden houses, is a must-see. This evening, you’ll board the night train and continue your journey.

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Between Land and Sea Norway Tour
Day 10

Cruise to the Lofoten Islands

You will arrive in Bodø in the morning. Transfer to the port. Then take the express boat to Svolvær, which will take you there in 3 hours and 30 minutes. Transfer to your hotel.

Day 11

Explore Svolvaer

Explore the charming town of Svolvaer on a guided tour and discover the Lofoten Islands’ rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty. Visit the Lofoten War Museum to learn about the region’s history during World War II, stroll around the picturesque harbour, and enjoy a fishing excursion to catch your own fresh fish. Hike up to Svolvaergeita for breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape and visit the Lofoten Aquarium to learn about the local marine life.

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Day 12

Fly home

A note on price

The prices outlined above are a rough guide to give you an idea of costs and enable you to budget for your trip.

Guide prices are generally for private arrangements based on twin share, in well located, good quality accommodation (excluding international flights).

Please note costs are indicative and may vary due to a number of factors such as; travel date, hotel choice, room category, number of people travelling and prevailing exchange rates.

Price Guide $POA

When to travel

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Norway has a varied climate, with mild summers and cold winters. The best time to visit Norway depends on your interests. If you’re looking for outdoor activities like hiking and skiing, the winter months from December to March are ideal. If you’re interested in the Northern Lights, the best time to visit is from late September to early April. For those who prefer milder weather and longer days, the summer months of June to August are perfect. Just keep in mind that Norway can be crowded during this time, especially in popular tourist destinations like Bergen and Oslo.

Add on’s

There are many add-on holiday options to this Norway itinerary; for example, you could head to Sweden, located just across the water from Denmark and easily accessible by ferry or bridge. Stockholm, the Swedish capital, is a beautiful city with plenty to see and do, and the surrounding countryside is full of forests, lakes, and picturesque towns. Finland, located east of Sweden, is accessible by ferry or plane. Helsinki, the Finnish capital, is a vibrant city with a rich cultural scene, and the country’s stunning wilderness areas are perfect for outdoor activities like hiking and skiing. Finally, you might also consider Iceland, located northwest of Norway and easily accessible by plane. Reykjavik, the Icelandic capital, is a quirky and charming city, and the country’s natural wonders, like geysers, glaciers, and hot springs, are truly awe-inspiring.

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