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One of the most beautiful countries on earth, Norway is vast with stirring landscapes, wonderful wildlife and Scandinavian vibrant cultural life. Discover the fjords, northern lights, midnight sun, and its urban cities meets small-town charm.

Destination in a Nutshell

385,207 km²


5.379 million




Quick Facts

  • From the west coast fjords to snow-dusted mountains, you'll experience a diverse nature landscape.

  • Two thirds of the land in Svalbard is protected by national parks, reserves or sanctuaries. Its nickname is the "Realm of The Polar Bears", as polar bear numbers exceed the human population.

  • There’s a hop-on, hop-off cruise along the coast that will take you from Bergen, in the south, to Kirkenes in the north.

  • Travel to northern Norway in summer and you could enjoy the benefits of the midnight sun as the sun only sets for 3-5 hours.

  • Currency: Norwegian Krone

  • Language: Norwegian

  • Time zone: GMT +2

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: May to mid-June and mid-August to September
  • Best time to visit Norway’s fjords

  • With fewer visitors and temperatures generally still mild, this can be a popular time to travel. However, accommodation prices can be high, except on weekends.

High Season: mid-June to mid-August
  • Best time for hiking and outdoor adventure.

  • Accommodation prices are generally cheaper during high season (except in tourist hotspots like Lofoten).

  • Although these are the hottest months and it is often warm and sunny, spells of rain and cold can happen.

Low Season: October to April
  • Best time to visit Norway for Northern Lights

  • Bitterly cold weather is to be expected. In much of Norway, attractions may be closed and you’ll have short hours of daylight.


All of our programs can also be tailored to match your needs and preferences.

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