Classic Norway Holidays
Experience dramatic landscapes and thrilling fjord views on these classic Norway holiday packages. Our travel experts organise all of your itinerary, accommodation and provide 24/7 support along your trip, so all you need to do is choose your tour and get ready for an extraordinary getaway.
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Value for money
Exceptional value at excellent prices
We plan your whole trip and 24-hour help is on hand
Customisable tour options
Our packages are customisable to your needs
You are in good hands
While on your journey, help is never out of reach
Full financial protection
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31 tours available
10 days / 9 nights
May - Aug
Highlights of Scandinavia
Sweden, Denmark & Norway
About Your Norway Holiday
Get ready to journey through stunning valleys, breathtaking coastlines, and historic towns and cities. On your trip, you’ll explore the best of Norway with all the finer details organised and looked after for you. When you book with Nordic Visitor, you can expect:
• A dedicated travel consultant who’ll arrange your expedition
• A personalised itinerary of your trip
• 24/7 phone support during your adventure for peace of mind
• Excellent accommodation at your chosen price point
To start your Nordic Visitor adventure, simply follow the following steps:
1. Pick your favourite Nordic Visitor tour
2. Confirm your package
3. Check your confirmation email
4. Book your flights
5. Get ready for your trip
Why choose Nordic Visitor
Book with confidence
Plan your Nordic Visitor trip risk-free. Arrange your tour before 31 August 2020 and you'll have access to our special Book With Confidence programme. That means you can alter your booking dates once with no change fees, and cancel your trip with no cancellation fees. Terms & conditions apply.
Trusted local travel experts
Nordic Visitor has been creating outstanding travel experiences in Norway since 2005. Our English-speaking consultants have carefully tested all aspects of your journey and use their in-depth knowledge to plan your unforgettable trip.
Nordic Visitor is dedicated to the best service quality, and this is reflected year after year when TripAdvisor awards us with their Certificate of Excellence. We also take great pride in our customer feedback: 97% of our travellers say they would recommend us to friends and family.
Value for money
When you book with Nordic Visitor, you’re guaranteed excellent service quality and a holiday featuring extensively tested routes, hotels and guides. We’ve researched every aspect of your package and only work with trusted suppliers, so you can book with confidence.
Every leg of your journey in Norway is planned by your personal travel expert, so you can enjoy your holiday safe in the knowledge that everything is taken care of. We organise your hotels, activities, and any extras or customisations you request, saving you time and hassle.
Customisable tour options
Our tours are crafted to give you the best experience of Norway, but we also appreciate you may have some specific destinations or attractions on your wish list. If you want to extend your stay in a particular area or add more activities to your itinerary, we’d be happy to help.
You are in good hands
Your itinerary is planned by a travel consultant who knows the country inside out, and will use their local expertise to ensure your Norway trip runs smoothly. Unexpected weather or event? Our team is contactable 24/7 and will take care of reorganising your stay and keep you informed throughout.
Full financial protection
With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your holiday arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded with an insurance protection that guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event of insolvency.
Norway Holiday Reviews
Our valued customers share their Norway experiences.
It was a great experience! Nordic did all the work organizing our trip, which went incredibly smoothly. It was the... read more
It was a great experience! Nordic did all the work organizing our trip, which went incredibly smoothly. It was the most stress-free trip I've ever taken, and we saw much more than we probably would have seen on our own.
This is my second Nordic Visitor travel experience; first was to Iceland & this one to Norway. Both times the... read more
This is my second Nordic Visitor travel experience; first was to Iceland & this one to Norway. Both times the Nordic Visitor Travel consultants were very prompt & responsive, thorough & professional. I would strongly recommend Nordic Visitor to my family & friends
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Your Norway Tour Highlights
Imagine sailing across the tranquil waters of Norway’s famous fjords, or driving the stunning Eagle Road. Explore Norway with Nordic Visitor, and you could soon…
- Enjoy a thrilling RIB boat ride across the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord
- Dine on delicious Norwegian fare in the bustling capital city of Oslo
- Venture above the Arctic Circle on a trip to the unofficial “Capital of Northern Norway”, Tromsø
- See the graceful mist dance down the Seven Sisters and Bridal Veil waterfalls
- Ride the famous Flåm Railway and admire beautiful valley and mountain views
- Explore the colourful homes and cultural attractions of Norway’s “Gateway to the Fjords”, Bergen
- Feel the warming midnight sun on your face as you explore the pretty Lofoten Islands
- Learn about Norway’s fascinating Viking history in picturesque fjord villages like Gudvangen and Loen
- Look out for local wildlife like Arctic foxes, seabirds and walruses on the island of Spitsbergen
- Climb up to the Pulpit Rock for an impressive view of Norway’s rugged coast
Norway Holiday Advice
Get a head start on your getaway by reading our useful travel guides.
Frequently Asked Questions
About Norway Holidays
You may have a few queries about Norway before you book a holiday package, so we’ve answered the most frequently asked questions here. For more practical tips and detailed information about Norway’s attractions, explore our travel guide. Or for booking advice, check out our FAQs.
Norway is famous for its diverse landscapes and breathtaking natural attractions, such as the fjords, Lofoten Islands, and the Arctic Circle region. It is home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and plenty of charming towns and cities. The capital Oslo is where the Nobel Peace Prize is decided and awarded every year.
The people of Norway speak Norwegian and Sami. English is also widely spoken in the country.
The currency used in Norway is the Norwegian Krone (NOK). Find out more about exchanging currency and spending in our travel guide.
Norway has an abundance of attractions and activities to enjoy.
Did you know that you can go dog sledding in northern Norway? Or spend the night in a hotel made entirely of snow and ice? You can also join northern lights excursions and experience snow-capped mountain views. Visit during the winter or autumn months to experience these.
Norway fjords holidays are popular for good reason, as the country's famous natural attractions are not to be missed. You can see the fjords on kayaking excursions, cruises and ferry trips. For a stunning aerial view, you can take the Loen Skylift to see the Nordfjord area.
Norway is a great choice for a family trip as there are plenty of kid-friendly activities to enjoy, like dog sledding, fjord kayaking and nature walks. As well as this, it’s famous for scenic driving routes and dependable transport links which is ideal for when you’re travelling with youngsters.
The availability of excursions will depend on the season, so have a look at our guide on the best time to go to Norway.
Norway is a stunning holiday destination with extraordinary natural beauty and delightful cities and towns. Condé Nast Traveler has even rated it as one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
Are you a budding photographer? You'll be treated to incredibly photogenic backdrops across Norway. Love driving and want the ultimate road trip? Norway was named the world’s greatest country for driving by The Telegraph. It’s family-friendly as well, with fun excursions like rib boat fjord safaris, glacier hikes and dog sledding available to entertain the kids.
Finding the best time to visit Norway will depend on your interests and the excursions you want to experience.
If you love exploring the outdoors, why not book one of our spring and summer holidays? You can go hiking around the picturesque fjord countryside and enjoy longer days too. As well as this, the milder weather means it’s a great time for bird watching and admiring the local wildlife.
On the other hand, if you want to experience snow-blanketed landscapes, then the winter months are perfect for you. Your getaway could feature excursions like dog sledding and northern lights tours in northern Norway or Svalbard.
For more ideas, have a look at our comprehensive guide on the best time to visit Norway.
The northern lights have enchanted mankind for thousands of years, and despite the many folktales and legends about them, we now know they’re a natural phenomenon.
Here are just a few of the best places to see the northern lights in Norway:
- The Lofoten Islands
- North Cape (Nordkapp)
We recommend visiting northern Norway or the Svalbard archipelago to experience the midnight sun in June and July. This is because these destinations are located in the Arctic Circle and the further north you go, the longer the days are.
Svalbard is an estimated 2,030 kilometres (1,261 miles) from Oslo, Norway. It’s an Arctic archipelago that’s home to polar bears, walruses and Arctic foxes.
The cost of your holiday will depend on what you want to do in Norway. Excursions like fjord boat trips or walking food tours may add to the price of your trip. As well as this, stays in accommodation like the SnowHotel may cost extra.
Fortunately, if you book a Nordic Visitor break, a lot of your costs are already covered. Hotel stays and hearty breakfasts are included, as are any train or cruise tickets. We also provide Package Travel insurance, which is similar to ATOL protection. However, while the ATOL scheme protects flights, Package Travel insurance covers your tour purchase in the unlikely case of our insolvency.
While Nordic Visitor tours are not all-inclusive holidays, they provide high-quality service and amazing value for Norway. Explore our itineraries to find one that suits you.
Nordic Visitor offers Package Travel insurance protection in line with EU regulations. Package Travel insurance is similar to the ATOL scheme but covers your tour with us, not flights that you book independently.
You can travel in confidence with Package Travel insurance as it will safeguard your tour purchase in the unlikely event of our insolvency. See our terms and conditions for more information about financial protection, or speak to a travel consultant.
Flight times can vary depending on your route and whether you’re flying to Oslo, Svolvær, Tromso, Bergen or Longyearbyen.
Here are some flight estimates:
- UK: travel time can range from 1.5-19 hours
- USA: travel time can range from 7-20 hours
- Australia: travel time can range from 18-30 hours
- South Africa: travel time can range from 14-43 hours
- India: travel time can range from 10-25 hours
Check out our travel guide for more information on airports and flying to Norway.
Yes, you can choose the ideal arrival date for your tour. We suggest that you book as soon as you can though, as activities and hotel stays can be in high demand, especially in places like Svalbard, Bergen and Kirkenes.
Already booked your tour but now need to change your date? Get in touch with your travel consultant who’ll be able to help.
All Nordic Visitor tours are customisable to suit your ideal wish list. However, tour flexibility depends on the type of package you choose.
Small guided group tours are less changeable due to pre-booked activities, but you can extend your stay with extra days at either end of your tour.
All of our breaks can be enhanced with hotel upgrades – ideal for those travelling for a special occasion or romantic honeymoon.
We recommend that you hold off buying your flights until you’ve had your package confirmed by email. The reason behind this is that once you’ve been introduced to your dedicated travel consultant, you’ll have all of the relevant tour details you need to book appropriate flights.
This means you can make an informed choice when deciding on flight tickets. By all means, review flights for times and dates beforehand. If you’ve had to change flights or the times you want aren’t available, speak to your travel consultant.
The weather in Norway is known to change throughout the day. We advise you to prepare for any eventuality by packing sensibly and bringing along items like good walking shoes, waterproof jackets and thermal layers. You’ll also want to charge your phone, tablet or camera while you’re there so remember to pack your chargers and adaptors.
Here’s a list of items to take with you to Norway:
- Fleece jacket and lightweight wool jumper
- Water and windproof trousers and jacket
- Sturdy walking shoes with a good grip
- Hat, scarf and gloves
- Warm woolly socks
- Binoculars for northern lights sightings
- Thermal vests and leggings
- Small rucksack for personal belongings
- Thermos flask or reusable water bottle
Want to incorporate another destination into your trip? Or perhaps you’d like more information about visiting Norway? Whatever your query may be, our team will be more than happy to assist you.
Our main phone number is
+354 578 20 80
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