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    23 days - Independent Cruise and tour of Scandinavia's coast and capitals.

    Combine the spectacular voyage along the Norwegian Coast with an independent tour of the charming Nordic capitals; Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo & Helsinki. This is an all-encompassing itinerary offering a variation of traditional culture, breathtaking scenery and modern city life. Enjoy a 6 day voyage on the Hurtigruten Mail ship of Norway as well as the famous Flåm Railway and 'Norway in a Nutshell' tour.

    This tour is an independent tour with all the highlights of this region in one trip!

    Day 1
    Arrive Stockholm
    Day 2
    Charming Stockholm, explore the museums, castles and alleyways.
    Days 3 - 4
    Wonderful Copenhagen
    Day 5
    Overnight ferry to Oslo, enjoy the views leaving Copenhagen...and the islands as you approach Oslo.
    Days 6 - 7
    Oslo - the most beautiful capital in the world.
    Day 8
    From Oslo to the Mountains & Flåm Railway
    Day 9
    Bergen: The Capital of the Fjords
    Day 10
    The Coastal Voyage begins
    Day 11
    Sail through Skerries and Islands
    Day 12
    The Royal City of Trondheim and then thousands of islands towards Rørvik.
    Day 13
    Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands
    Day 14
    Tromsø - Gateway to the Arctic
    Day 15
    Honningsvåg and the North Cape
    Day 16
    Kirkenes, transfer to Inari
    Day 17
    Finnish Lapland
    Days 18 - 19
    Rovaniemi
    Days 20 - 22
    Chique Helsinki
    Day 23
    Depart Helsinki
    Start Place
    Stockholm, Sweden
    End Place
    Helsinki, Finland
    Countries Visited
    Sweden
    Denmark
    Norway
    Finland
    Estonia
    Duration
    23 Days
    Type
    Touring
    Suitability
    Easy independent holiday suitable for singles & couples
    Code
    NCV001

    Details

    Transportation
    • Local trains, overnight ferry, Norwegian trains, Hurtigruten ships, local buses, local flight (Rovaniemi to Helsinki) and transfers.
    • Norwegian Coastal voyage boat
    • 'Norway in a Nutshell' Flåm Railway.

    Click here to see the Hurtigruten fleet - Norwegian Coastal Voyages

    Included
    • 15 nights comfortable 3.5 to 4 star hotels
    • 1 night twin outside cabin with private facilities on overnight ferry
    • 6 nights twin outside cabin with private facilities aboard Hurtigruten ship
    • Daily breakfast
    • Full board on board the Hurtigruten ship (buffet breakfasts and lunches, tea & coffee with meals, and a 3 course sit down dinner in the evening)
    • Train, ferry and cruise tickets as described, seat reservations included where possible
    • Luggage transfer during the Norway in a Nutshell tour
    • City passes/cards in Copenhagen (24hrs), Bergen (24hrs), Oslo (48hrs) and Helsinki (48hrs)
    • Flight Rovaniemi - Helsinki including taxes
    • 24-hour emergency service
    • Taxes and service fees

    Full board includes buffet breakfasts & lunches, tea & coffee with meals and a 3 course sit down dinner in the evening. You are presented a menu when you check in. Visiting 34 ports, Hurtigruten have an exceptional opportunity to get fresh produce from local suppliers everyday. This means delicious new and fresh ingredients, both from coastal and inland areas.

    We strongly recommend upgrading to an Arctic Superior U package which includes the water package, an amenity set, kettle, tea & coffee making facilities and a TV.

    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.

    Not Included

    International flight tickets, any airport taxes, travel insurance, visas, gratitudes and any items of personal nature.

    Itinerary

    Day 1 - Arrive Stockholm

    Arrive in Stockholm any time and make your own way to our centrally located hotel.

    Accommodation
    Hotel Rival
    Hotel Nobis
    Victory Hotel
    Restaurants
    Restaurant Gondolen
    Restaurant Mathias Dahlgren
    Restaurants in Stockholm
    Optional Add Ons
    Brunch cruise on Strömma
    The Nordic Experience Food Tour

    Day 2 - Charming Stockholm, explore the museums, castles and alleyways.

    Sweden's Capital is charming, vibrant and surrounded by beauty and water - hence its nickname, Venice of the North. Stockholm offers interesting museums and castles & charming small alleyways. Be sure to make time for the new ABBA museum, opened May 2013, if you are a fan.

    There are many great guided walks to do in Stockholm - ABBA walking tour, Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy, ghost walks, Viking walks and even a walk that guides you to the best places to take photos.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    Accommodation
    Hotel Rival
    Hotel Nobis
    Victory Hotel
    Restaurants
    Restaurant Söders Hjärta
    Restaurants in Stockholm

    Days 3 - 4 - Wonderful Copenhagen

    In the morning catch a 6-hour train ride through the Swedish countryside to the Danish capital. Copenhagen has a long history, and many delightful attractions and sights - you will never run out of something to see or to do. The city is small and cosy, an ideal way to explore the city is by foot, and public transport. You will have a Copenhagen Card on hand allowing you to free travel on buses and trains within the city metropolis, as well as free entrance to over 70 museums and attractions.

    Meals
    2 Breakfasts
    Restaurants
    Geranium
    Relæ
    Optional Add Ons
    Copenhagen Food Tour
    Visit Louisana
    Visit Malmö - "The Bridge"
    Visit Roskilde & the Viking Ship Museum

    Day 5 - Overnight ferry to Oslo, enjoy the views leaving Copenhagen...and the islands as you approach Oslo.

    The morning and early afternoon is free in Copenhagen before boarding the overnight voyage to Oslo. Accommodation in seaside cabins with shower/WC.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    Accommodation
    Twin cabin with sea view and private facilities

    Days 6 - 7 - Oslo - the most beautiful capital in the world.

    Arrive Oslo in the morning. The Norwegian capital has a great deal to offer the discerning traveller, and you have two full days to discover the city with the help of an Oslo Pass. We can recommend visiting some of the Oslo highlights, including the Viking Ship, Kontiki & Fram museums, the Vigeland Sculpture Park and the Holmenkollen Ski Jump and Museum. A walk around the centre of town to view the Parliament, the Castle, the Harbour area and the new Opera House is well worth it.

    Meals
    2 Breakfasts
    Restaurants
    Maaemo
    Solsiden Restaurant
    Festningen
    Restaurant options in Oslo
    Optional Add Ons
    Fjord Sightseeing
    Summer night on Oslo fjord
    Oslo Food Tours

    Day 8 - From Oslo to the Mountains & Flåm Railway

    Over the next couple of days you will experience Norway’s most popular round trip; Norway in a Nutshell. The excursion takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery in Norway's fjord region.

    After breakfast, make your own way to the Oslo Central Railway Station and depart Oslo by train across the Hardanger Plateau, with its highest point at Finse (1222m), and to the village of Myrdal. At Myrdal you will change trains and board the Flåm Railway taking you from a height of 900 metres above the Sognefjord, through wild and beautiful mountain scenery with waterfalls and steep mountainsides to the fjord village of Flåm. There is no other adhesion railway in the world running on normal tracks that are so steep over a long distance.

    Wander along the edge of the fjord, pick apples growing wild along the village roads or climb to the local waterfall.

    NOTE: Your luggage will be transferred from Oslo to Bergen, so please bring a 1-night overnight bag for this exclusive fjord experience.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    Accommodation
    Summer: Fretheim Hotel or similar, Flåm Winter: Fleischer's Hotel, Voss

    Day 9 - Bergen: The Capital of the Fjords

    This morning, continue by boat to Gudvangen and further by coach up the steep and spectacular hairpin bends to Voss.

    Train to Bergen, the capital of the fjords with a free day to explore this old Hanseatic harbour city. Recommended sights of interests are the Hanseatic harbour ‘Bryggen’, Fløibanen Funicular, Edward Grieg’s house at Troldhaugen and the Fish & Flower market.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    Accommodation
    Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret - DC
    Det Hanseatiske - H
    First Hotel Marin
    Clarion Hotel Admiral
    Restaurants
    Cornelius Fish Restaurant
    Optional Add Ons
    Fishing in Norway

    Day 10 - The Coastal Voyage begins

    After a leisurely breakfast on the harbour, it is time to explore the historical centre of Bergen where you'll be transported back to a time when Bergen was the centre of political power and trade for the entire North Atlantic. It was the Capital of the Kingdom of Norway for a short period, before the capital was moved to Oslo in 1299, and the town grew to become the largest in Scandinavia. The Hanseatic League established itself here in 1350 and had a trade monopoly that lasted 200 years.

    While in Bergen you might wish to visit the UNESCO heritage listed historical area around the harbour known as the Bryggen district, and the home of Edvard Grieg, Troldhaugen, Norway's internationally famous composer.

    Representative Service in Norway
    Hurtigruten's representative service in Norway in based in Bergen and may be contacted on +47 9094 6905
    24-Hour Emergency number +61 280 695 866

    Getting to your ship:
    Your Hurtigruten ship will sail from the Hurtigruten Terminalen, located at Nostegarten 30, 5010 Bergen. This is not far from our hotel. Telephone +47 5554 3631. Please ask us about the Hurtigruten transfer shuttle.

    Embarkation:
    The terminal is staffed from 13:00 (1pm) and is open from 15:00 (3pm) for baggage check-in. If you are in the harbour, you can watch as your ship arrives from the north and passengers disembark around 2pm.

    Embarkation takes place from 16:00 (4pm) and your cabin will be available from approximately 18:00 (6pm). Dinner (buffet style) will be available from 18:00 (6pm). There are no restaurant facilities (there is a simple cafe) in the terminal should you arrive early to the terminal. Please note you carry your own luggage onboard from the pier to your cabin.

    Your ship departs at 20:00 (8pm).

    An information meeting is usually held on the evening of departure from Bergen and includes details of safety onboard. There is an information folder in each cabin and safety procedures are illustrated on the back of your cabin door and in public areas. The Tour Leader on board will assist with general information and the shore excursion programme.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    1 Dinner
    Accommodation
    Hurtigruten Norway

    Day 11 - Sail through Skerries and Islands

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

    Your ship navigates the skerries and islands further north before reaching Ålesund. Marvel at the inspiring architecture in the Apotekergate and Kongensgate pedestrian precinct, perfect examples of the Art Nouveau style. Don’t miss out on the view from Mount Aksla but beware, there are 418 steps to the top! In the summer months, the next destination will be the spectacular UNE SCO-listed Geirangerfjord. En route to the end of this beautiful fjord you pass sheer, 800m cliffs and impressive waterfalls.

    In Autumn, you will explore the Hjørundfjord, amidst the majestic Sunnmøre Alps. Its seclusion and unspoiled natural landscape are what give this fjord its special character.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: Geiranger with Trollstigen Pass, Art Nouveau Tour and Atlanterhavsparken Aquarium and Mount Aksla and the A Taste of Norway which visits the historic Hotel Union.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Accommodation
    Hurtigruten Norway
    Optional Add Ons
    2G Mountain Hike in the Hjørundfjord
    2B Geiranger with Trollstigen Pass
    2C & 2E Ålesund Art Nouveau Walk
    2D Atlanterhavsparken Aquarium and Mount Aksla
    2F A Taste of Norway in Hjørundfjord
    2H Hike with a visit to a Shieling

    Day 12 - The Royal City of Trondheim and then thousands of islands towards Rørvik.

    Ports visited today: Kristiansund, Trondheim, Rørvik.

    When visiting the old royal city of Trondheim, be sure to get a good view from the Gamle Bybrua (“Old Town Bridge”). Dating from 1861, this neo-gothic wooden bridge used to be the only way into the town centre. Nidaros Cathedral, built between1070 and 1300, is Norway’s largest Gothic religious edifice. In the neighbouring Archbishop’s Palace, the Norwegian Crown Jewels are kept. In Trondheim itself, the Hanseatic, waterside storehouses built on wooden stilts are just as charming as the Rococo-style Stiftsgården, the largest wooden building in Norway and residence for the Royal Family when visiting Trondheim. New optional activities will have you kayaking on the river Nid and into the city's smaller channels or during winter time, you have the opportunity to try typical Norwegian winter activities such as skiing, tobogganing and sledding.

    You then set a course for the northwest, past the beautiful Kjeungskjær lighthouse and thousands of little islands and picturesque rocky outcrops. In autumn, you will learn more about navigation and lighthouses along the Norwegian coast during the Captain's talk. After passing through the narrow Stokksund, the ship will arrive at charming Rørvik.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: Nidaros Cathedral and Ringve Museum, Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral, Munkholmen boat trip & the new cycling and kayaking tours.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Accommodation
    Hurtigruten Norway
    Optional Add Ons
    3A Nidaros Cathedral & Ringve Museum
    3B Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral
    3G Kayaking on the River Nid
    3H Cycling in Trondheim

    Day 13 - Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands

    Ports visited today: Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen, Nesna, Ørnes, Bodø, Stamsund, Svolvær.

    This morning, between Nesna and Ørnes, you pass a globe on a small islet, which heralds your crossing of the Arctic Circle. The Arctic Circle marks the border of the the Arctic region. In summer this means 24-hour daylight - often referred to as the 'Midnight Sun'. During autumn and winter, being above this degree of latitude gives you the best chance of experiencing the Northern Lights.

    Passengers sailing in Arctic waters for the first time are given an Arctic Circle baptism by Njord, the ruler of the Seven Seas. This comes in the form of an ice cube down your front or back, but is entirely optional. This ceremony is tremendous fun to watch on the deck.

    In the afternoon, your ship gradually closes in on the 3,280 feet high Lofoten Wall towering above the tiny and colourful fishing villages of the Lofoten Islands. This is an extraordinary place to disembark and take a stroll.

    These islands are renowned for their small, picturesque fishing villages with their bohemian atmosphere surrounded by majestic granite cliffs and white sandy beaches. Complete your visit with a stroll between the stockfish racks and ‘rorbuer’, the traditional, red fishermen’s residences. The Lofoten Islands are a truly extraordinary experience.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: Glacier Adventure, Winter Hike, Rib Safari to Saltstraumen & Meet the Vikings.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Accommodation
    Hurtigruten Norway
    Optional Add Ons
    4A Svartisen Glacier in Ørnes
    4D Rib-Safari to Saltstraumen
    4E Meet the Vikings - Winter
    4F Meet the Vikings Summer
    4C Experience Bodø and Saltstraumen
    4B Arctic Coastal Walk (Bodø)
    4G Highlights of Lofoten

    Day 14 - Tromsø - Gateway to the Arctic

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

    During the night the ship navigates the narrow Raftsund strait. After a stop in Harstad, situated on the largest island of Norway, Hinnøya, you continue via Finnsnes to Tromsø for a prolonged stay. Many of the epic Arctic expeditions used Tromsø as a starting point; the famous explorer Roald Amundsen sourced both crew and supplies here. With the presence of the Norwegian Polar Institute, the city has cemented its position as the Polar Capital of Norway.

    Ishavskatedralen, the Arctic Cathedral, is the most famous landmark with its modern design and extraordinary stained glass window. Tromsø is also home to the world’s northernmost university and the large number of people arriving here has created a vibrant cultural scene with numerous restaurants and cafes constantly teeming with life.

    After Tromsø, we continue our northbound journey. In winter the Captain invites guests to taste stockfish on deck. The ship now sails inot the area along the coast where you have the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights between September and March, and we gather on deck to search for this breathtaking phenomenon.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: Wilderness Adventure Camp, the Arctic Capital Tromsø, Dog Sledding, Scenery and Huskies, Mountain hiking, Polar History Walk and Kayaking.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Accommodation
    Hurtigruten Norway
    Optional Add Ons
    5A The Arctic Capital Tromsø
    5B Dog Sledding
    5D Polar History Walk
    5G Kayaking in Tromsø
    5C Tromsø Scenery and Huskies

    Day 15 - Honningsvåg and the North Cape

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

    Following the scenic sailing through Magerøysund and after an early stop in Hammerfest, you arrive in Honningsvåg. This small port is the gateway to the wonders of the spectacular North Cape which rises 300m from the ocean, and at 71° 10’ 21” north it puts you a mere 2,000 kilometres from the Geographical North Pole.

    Standing atop the North Cape Plateau you’ll get the eerie feeling of being at the end of the world. The area is also known for its birdlife, and Gjesværstappan, a bird sanctuary with up to 250,000 seabirds is home to some High Arctic species that can only be observed here on the Norwegian mainland, including the ever cute puffins. In summer, you might see herds of reindeer and campsites belonging to the indigenous Sami people. In winter, experience the snow-clad valleys, the fresh winter air and your best chances to see the mesmerizing Northern Lights.

    During winter and spring, if you are lucky, local fishermen from the village of Kjøllefjord visit us to share their catch of the day (King Crab & cod).

    This evening, as you approach Kjøllefjord, you pass a rock formation that is sacred to the indigenous Sámi people, Finnkjerka.

    Optional Excursions depending on the season: The North Cape, Birdwatching Safari, A Taste of Lapland, Sami Autumn and Snowmobile trip in Lapland.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    1 Lunch
    1 Dinner
    Accommodation
    Hurtigruten Norway
    Optional Add Ons
    6H Honningsvåg: Fishing Village Visit
    6A The North Cape, Honningsvåg
    6B Birdwatching Safari in Honningsvåg
    6C Sami Culture
    6D Snowmobile Trip in Lapland
    6E Sami Autumn
    Hurtigruten Platinum Optional Excursions

    Day 16 - Kirkenes, transfer to Inari

    Disembark in Kirkenes and transfer to Inari in Finnish Lapland. Inari is a beautiful Finnish town rich in Sami Culture with many handicraft stores and places to visit.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast

    Day 17 - Finnish Lapland

    Enjoy the Lapp town of Inari in far north Finland where you have a chance to meet the Sami people and make a visit to a reindeer farm.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast

    Days 18 - 19 - Rovaniemi

    A local bus takes you south to Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland in Finland. There is time to visit the Arctic Centre, Santa Claus Village and Provincial Museum hosting interesting exhibitions year round.

    Meals
    2 Breakfasts

    Days 20 - 22 - Chique Helsinki

    After a short flight to Helsinki you have near two full days to explore this fabulous eastern Nordic capital. We recommend a walking tour of the city, which is known for its great mixture of neo-classical buildings, orthodox style churches and chique bars and restaurant scene. You have the opportunity to visit the Senate Square, Uspenskij Cathedral, Parliament House, New Opera House, Sibelius Park & Monument and the Underground Temple. The included Helsinki card offers free entrance to almost 50 museums and use of public transportation.

    Day trip to Tallinn

    On one of your days in Helsinki we have included return tickets for the ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn. Your trip to Tallinn would normally take a full day departing Helsinki at 07:30 in the morning and arriving back in Helsinki at 19:30. The ferry trip each way takes 2 hours and suddenly you are at the shores of this Eastern beauty. The infinitely charming medieval Old Town is well worth the visit. The cobblestone streets and medieval buildings are a whole world away from what you can expect from the other capitals that you have seen so far. Tallinn feels distinctly Eastern, its architecture reminding the visitor of other beautiful Eastern European Old Towns, such as those of Prague and Riga. Through its history, culture, and location, Estonia connects Eastern Europe, Central Europe, and Scandinavia, offering something altogether different to your itinerary so far.

    Let us know if you would like to book a three hour minivan/walking tour with us for this day.

    Meals
    3 Breakfasts
    Accommodation
    GLO Kluuvi
    Restaurants
    Kappeli
    Peppersack
    Pop up restaurants in Estonia
    Restaurants in Helsinki
    Café Ursula
    Optional Add Ons
    Summer day cruise to historic Porvoo
    Tallinn Ballet and Theatre Tickets
    Tallinn Food Tour
    Helsinki on a Bike

    Day 23 - Depart Helsinki

    Our services end after breakfast.

    Meals
    1 Breakfast
    Dates & Prices

    All prices listed are per person and are based on Director's Choice hotel categories. Ask us for upgrade options to Design or Historic hotels.

    Hurtigruten rates fluctuate daily depending on departure date and proximity to travel. Please ask us for current Hurtigruten specials.

    If you have travelled on a Hurtigruten voyage (for more than 3 nights) previously, enjoy a 5% loyalty discount on all Hurtigruten voyages including Explorer voyages. Extra perks and discounts on the excursions are also available. Please ask one of our Destinations Specialists for details. 'In search of the Northern Lights' programme not included.

    Dates
    Valid From
    Valid To
    Price
    Status
    Accommodation
    1 Sep 2018
    30 Sep 2018
    1 Sep 2018
    30 Sep 2018
    EUR 5,050
    Limited availability
    Standard
    1 Sep 2018
    30 Sep 2018
    1 Sep 2018
    30 Sep 2018
    EUR 2,590
    Limited availability
    Extra for Single
    1 Oct 2018
    31 Oct 2018
    1 Oct 2018
    31 Oct 2018
    EUR 4,650
    Limited availability
    Standard
    1 Oct 2018
    31 Oct 2018
    1 Oct 2018
    31 Oct 2018
    EUR 2,100
    On request
    Extra for Single
    1 Nov 2018
    14 Dec 2018
    1 Nov 2018
    14 Dec 2018
    EUR 4,550
    Limited availability
    Standard
    1 Nov 2018
    14 Dec 2018
    1 Nov 2018
    14 Dec 2018
    EUR 2,100
    Limited availability
    Extra for Single
    15 Dec 2018
    31 Dec 2018
    15 Dec 2018
    31 Dec 2018
    EUR 4,650
    Limited availability
    Standard
    15 Dec 2018
    31 Dec 2018
    15 Dec 2018
    31 Dec 2018
    EUR 2,100
    Limited availability
    Extra for Single
    1 Jan 2019
    31 Mar 2019
    1 Jan 2019
    31 Mar 2019
    EUR 4,250
    On request
    Standard
    1 Jan 2019
    31 Mar 2019
    1 Jan 2019
    31 Mar 2019
    EUR 1,900
    On request
    Extra for Single
    1 Apr 2019
    14 May 2019
    1 Apr 2019
    14 May 2019
    EUR 4,750
    On request
    Standard
    1 Apr 2019
    14 May 2019
    1 Apr 2019
    14 May 2019
    EUR 2,200
    On request
    Extra for Single
    15 May 2019
    14 Aug 2019
    15 May 2019
    14 Aug 2019
    EUR 6,200
    On request
    Standard
    15 May 2019
    14 Aug 2019
    15 May 2019
    14 Aug 2019
    EUR 3,500
    On request
    Extra for Single
    15 Aug 2019
    30 Sep 2019
    15 Aug 2019
    30 Sep 2019
    EUR 5,100
    On request
    Standard
    15 Aug 2019
    30 Sep 2019
    15 Aug 2019
    30 Sep 2019
    EUR 2,950
    On request
    Extra for Single
    1 Oct 2019
    20 Dec 2019
    1 Oct 2019
    20 Dec 2019
    EUR 4,200
    On request
    Standard
    1 Oct 2019
    20 Dec 2019
    1 Oct 2019
    20 Dec 2019
    EUR 2,950
    On request
    Extra for Single

    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.

    Alcohol can be expensive on board due to taxes imposed.

    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.

    Read about the Aurora Borealis voyages here.

    Seasonal pricing varies from winter, spring, summer and autumn. Winter; Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb & Mar is low season, and prices are good. Spring; Apr & May is a popular time and is shoulder/high season. Summer; Jun, Jul & Aug is high season with prices approx. 50% higher than in low season. Autumn; Sep & Oct is shoulder season. A voyage starting in Bergen on 01 April can be 25-30% higher than starting 31 Mar.

    Be sure to read the trip notes for this tour, which provides additional information about practicalities for your Hurtigruten voyage.

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