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    6 days - Norwegian Coastal voyage travelling South.

    From the tip of Norway, voyage south along the spectacular Norwegian coast. Travel along the beautiful coast of Norway from Kirkenes to Bergen, and get to experience the world's most scenic sea voyage. The 6 day voyage south calls at over 30 ports, clinging close to the coast as you weave through the legendary Lofoten Islands famous for stunning nature and idyllic fishing sites.

    This trip suits a stay beforehand in the Kirkenes Showhotel. Likewise, arriving in Bergen at the end, you have numerous possibilities to extend your holiday to see more of this spectacular country.

    Highlights include

    • Experience Norwegian nature - beautiful fjords, mountains, glaciers, islands and wildlife.
    • Enjoy natural phenomena - Northern Lights or Midnight Sun.
    • Learn about Norway and its history by visiting museums, viewpoints and churches.
    • Discover local Norwegian cuisine.
    • Guided excursions as well as activities on your own.
    Day 1
    Step (or swim) into the Arctic - Kirkenes, voyage departure point
    Day 2
    Welcome to the extreme North - Hammerfest and Tromsø
    Day 3
    Lofoten and the Vesterålen Islands, majestic peaks and crystal clear waters.
    Day 4
    Bodø and The Vega Archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Day 5
    The medieval city of Trondheim and the Atlantic Road.
    Day 6
    Travel to Bergen and enjoy city walk.
    Start Place
    Kirkenes, Norway tours
    End Place
    Bergen, Norway tours
    Country Visited
    Norway tours
    6 Days



    Hurtigruten Coastal Ferry

    Click here to see the Hurtigruten fleet - Norwegian Coastal Voyages.

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    All prices are for your voyage only, based on two people travelling together and sharing a twin cabin. Your voyage price includes: Voyage in a cabin grade of your choice including all meals, 24-hour emergency service and taxes and service fees.

    Rates fluctuate daily and we can often find discounts up to 25% depending on departure date and proximity to travel. Please ask us for a specific quote for your preferred dates. PLEASE NOTE: This is a FROM price and will not apply during the high season (May to September).

    Not Included

    Flights, travel insurance, luggage handling & optional excursions.


    Day 1 - Step (or swim) into the Arctic - Kirkenes, voyage departure point

    Ports visited today: Båtsfjord, Vardø, Vadsø, Kirkenes, Berlevåg.

    Join your voyage in Kirkenes as the ship turns around to travel southbound. As the ship starts its voyage south, you can first enjoy lunch followed by views of the surrounding Arctic landscape on deck or from the panorama lounge.

    In the afternoon, the ship again docks at Vardø, Norway’s easternmost port. Weather permitting, we may invite you to experience ice bathing in the Arctic Ocean. On board in spring, there is a presentation about shorebirds residing along the Nordic coastline. Heading south, we cruise along the Varanger peninsula to Båtsfjord, before reaching Berlevåg in the evening. The latter town is home to one of Norway’s most famous male choirs, consisting mainly of local fishermen.

    If you are wishing to add some activities before your voyage, please talk to us directly about what is available depending on the season of travel.

    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Hurtigruten Cabins

    Day 2 - Welcome to the extreme North - Hammerfest and Tromsø

    Ports visited today: Mehamn, Kjøllefjord, Honningsvåg, Havøysund, Hammerfest, Øksfjord, Skjervøy, Tromsø.

    In the middle of the night, dock at Mehamn, where it is possible to join an unforgettable snowmobile trip through one of Europe's most extreme and exciting natural areas during winter time. Experience snow-clad valleys, fresh winter air and perhaps the mesmerising Northern Lights in the clear, starry sky.

    At Honningsvåg you can join an excursion that features breakfast at North Cape and the discovery of hidden parts of Finnmark along the way between May and October. Before stopping in Hammerfest, you can enjoy an 'energy coffee' and short introduction to Melkøya - the world´s northernmost natural gas terminal'. Hammerfest was founded in 1789, and over time became Norway's polar capital, serving as a base for hunting expeditions into the High Arctic. Here you can see the UNESCO-listed Meridian Column, erected in 1854 to commemorate the first precise geographic measurement of the globe. In winter, you can also join a mini-mountain expedition to experience the Arctic outdoors and learn about local polar hero and cook, Adolf Henrik Lindstrøm.

    We continue south to Øksfjord. After crossing open water, we make a brief stop at the old trading post of Skjervøy. In spring, we sail through the beautiful Lyngenfjord, surrounded by the snowy peaks of the Lyngen Alps: Here, you might get a taste of fresh locally-caught prawns.

    We then dock at Tromsø, just in time to enjoy a magical midnight concert at the Arctic Cathedral. In summer, you can join a midnight excursion, under the Midnight Sun, to explore Tromsø by sea in a RIB boat. Alternatively, a walk around the town provides you the chance to enjoy a local brew at one of the city´s many friendly pubs.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: Snowmobile trip in the Polar Night, Breakfast at the North Cape, the Northernmost Town in the world Hammerfest, Into the Ice - Stories of a Polar Hero, Mountain Hike in Hammerfest and Midnight concert in the Arctic Cathedral.

    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Hurtigruten Cabins
    Optional Add Ons
    The Northernmost Town in the World
    Midnight Concert at the Arctic Cathedral
    Snowmobile trip in the Polar Night
    8G Hiking in Hammerfest
    Breakfast at the North Cape
    Into the Ice - Stories of a Polar Hero

    Day 3 - Lofoten and the Vesterålen Islands, majestic peaks and crystal clear waters.

    Ports visited today: Tromsø, Finnsnes, Harstad, Risøyhamn, Sortland, Stokmarknes, Svolvær, Stamsund.

    The daylight sailing through the Lofoten Islands is a highlight for many Hurtigruten guests. The Lofoten region is renowned for its natural beauty with steep mountains, wild nature and small, picturesque fishing villages.

    Before you reach them, you pass through Risøyrenna, a channel that was specially constructed for Hurtigruten, providing the vessels an ‘inside route’ between Harstad and Sortland. Risøyhamn is a small village with only 200 inhabitants and the ship stops here briefly to deliver groceries and mail. You then continue onto Stokmarknes, where Hurtigruten was founded, is the location of the Hurtigruten Museum.

    Continuing south it looks as if you are sailing straight through the mountain wall but you wail through an opening in the narrow Raftsund, the picturesque narrow channel between the Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands, where, time and weather permitting, you’ll take a detour into the spectacular Trollfjord where steep cliffs hug the ship’s sides, home to the majestic sea eagles.

    Then it’s on to Svolvær, the main settlement on the Lofoten Islands followed by Stamsund where the majestic peaks of the huge Lofoten Wall can be viewed. You leave the islands during the evening and set course for the mainland.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: A Taste of Vesterålen,Lofoten Islands, Lofoten Islands Horse Riding, Sea Eagle Safari, Fishing Village Walk, Fishing in Lofoten and Rib-Adventure in Lofoten.

    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Hurtigruten Cabins
    Optional Add Ons
    A taste of Vesterålen
    Fishing in Lofoten
    Lofoten Islands excursion
    Sea Eagle Safari
    Lofoten by Horse
    Rib Adventure in Lofoten
    Fishing village walk
    Hiking in Lofoten
    Vesterålen and Lofoten by rib

    Day 4 - Bodø and The Vega Archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Ports visited today: Bodø, Ørnes, Nesna, Sandnessjøen, Brønnøysund, Rørvik.

    Crossing the Arctic Circle at 66°33’N is an important ‘rite of passage’. Today we celebrate the event out on deck with a `taste´ of Arctic tradition – a spoonful of cod liver oil. As we sail along the Helgeland coast, you pass hundreds of islets, fertile farmland and steep granite walls rich in local lore. On deck you can see the strange mountain Torghatten (rising 258 m above sea level), famous for its distinctive hole right through the middle. The hole is 160 m long, 35 m high and 20 m wide, and was created during the ice age.

    Another highlight is sailing past the Seven Sisters mountain range. All seven mountains are between 900 and 1,100 m high, and it is easy to understand how these ‘ladies’ influenced ancient myths. The story goes that there were seven troll sisters, the daughters of King Sulis, who kept them under strict control. One night, when the king fell into a deep sleep, the seven maidens sneaked out. Vågekallen, who was eager for a wife, was lying in wait. He pursued the sisters, who fled southwards down the coast. Several other trolls joined the chase to either capture or rescue them. When night turned to morning, the troll sisters and their pursuers were petrified as the sun turns all trolls to stone. They all became the rocks and mountains that today make the Helgeland coastline one of the most beautiful places on earth.

    Next we make a short stop at Nesna, an idyllic old trading post before moving on to Sandnessjøen. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Vega Islands is close to Sandnessjøen and can be visited on an optional excursion during summer. This unique cultural landscape consists of dozens of islands. The UNESCO designation was awarded due to the unique interaction between the eider duck and island population. Learn how the fishermen and farmers have cultivated a centuries-old symbiotic relationship with the ducks, and how it continues to contribute to a livelihood of eiderdown harvesting and making down-filled duvets.

    As we arrive in Brønnøysund, you can join the excursion to visit to the Norwegian Aquaculture Centre near Brønnøysund for an informative tour and taste of fresh salmon from April throughout October.

    Optional Activities depending on the season: UNESCO Islands Vega and Visit a Salmon Farm.

    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Hurtigruten Cabins
    Optional Add Ons
    Visit the Salmon
    UNESCO Vega archipelago

    Day 5 - The medieval city of Trondheim and the Atlantic Road.

    Ports visited today: Trondheim, Kristiansund, Molde, Ålesund.

    Today provides another opportunity to explore the city of Trondheim. Back on board, the ship heads out into the majestic Trondheimsfjord, which is 170 km long and up to 25 km wide. Like all other Norwegian fjords, it is deep, plunging to 577 m.

    As we sail along the coast, you realise the importance of fish to Norwegian coastal communities. Kristiansund’s location has steadily provided the town with a wealth of opportunities in the fishing, shipbuilding and oil industries. Kristiansund is today regarded as Norway’s ‘dried cod capital’ because of its long-time export of salted dry fish. Here you can join an excursion to the renowned Atlantic Road, one of Norway’s most visited tourist destinations. It is 8.2 km long, built on a total of eight bridges and surrounded by picturesque landscapes and open sea.

    Another interesting excursion is to the Bergtatt marble mine, which includes entering a mountain and sailing across an illuminated subterranean lake, before enjoying a meal in the mine´s ‘Grand Hall’. Those choosing to stay on board at Kristiansund will experience the ship´s crossing the open sea on our way to Molde, known as Norway´s ‘City of Roses’. Along the way you see see the steep, grey, pointed peaks of the Romsdal Alps.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: The Atlantic Road, Marble Mine tour, The hidden rooms of Nidaros Cathedral and Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral.

    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Hurtigruten Cabins
    Optional Add Ons
    Trondheim City Walk
    The Atlantic Road
    Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral
    Bergatt Magnificent Marble Mine

    Day 6 - Travel to Bergen and enjoy city walk.

    Ports visited today: Ålesund, Torvik, Måløy, Florø, Bergen.

    During the night, the ship calleds at Ålesund, Torvik & Måløy, as the world's most beautiful voyage draws to an end.

    Today, your Hurtigruten voyage will come to an end when you arrive in the City of Seven Mountains, Bergen. But before that, you still have a few nautical miles of fascinating scenery ahead of you such as the picturesque Nordfjord below the enormous Jostedalsbreen glacier, Norway’s longest fjord - the mighty Sognefjord and the picturesque Bergen Archipelago. Take home your memories of the world’s most beautiful voyage and the many seafaring companions and friends you’ve made along the way.

    Enjoy an optional city walk in Bergen.

    1 Breakfast
    Optional Add Ons
    12A Bergen City Sightseeing
    Dates & Prices


    Please note the below prices are indicative only, and are the from prices, per person. Prices may fluctuate daily, so please contact us for any specials, early booking rates and/or specific prices for your preferred date of travel.

    Our Scandinavian staff offer expert advice on ships, cabins and routing, as well as the best time to travel.

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    EUR 1,182
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    Important Information

    When securing your cabin with us, please take note of the dimensions of the cabin to ensure that you are satisfied with it's size. There is additional storage room available on board if you wish and you just need to contact staff to request it when you are on board.

    You can pre-book your optional excursions with us. However, you can also wait until you are onboard and do it then - however, there is a maximum number and they can book out. It is not possible to pre-book within 2 weeks prior to departure. Excursions and their contents are subject to maximum/minimum numbers and weather/local conditions.

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