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Norwegian Coastal Voyage Round Trip

(14 days / 13 nights)

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Scenery so astounding, it needs a repeat

Experience the Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage, considered by many to be among the world’s most beautiful cruises. From the colourful city of Bergen you will sail along the fjord-studded coast to the Arctic town of Kirkenes, with 34 ports of call on the way. As this is a self-guided tour, you can also choose from a variety of optional shore excursions.

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Travel style

Independent Cruise i

Interest

Culinary Experience i, Culture and History i, Fjords i, Hurtigruten cruise i

Season

All Year

Departure

Daily

Itinerary

A day-by-day plan to guide your journey.

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  • Day 1: The Capital of the Fjords 

    Arrive to Bergen Airport. For an easy and comfortable way to get to your hotel in central Bergen, we are happy to arrange a private transfer for you.

    If you arrive early, we recommend getting the Bergen tourist card, which provides free travel on all public transport, free admission to museums and sites, and discounts on further attractions, sightseeing, restaurants and shops.

    Spend the night in Bergen.

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  • Day 2: Highlights of Bergen

    Despite being an international city, Bergen has kept the atmosphere and charm of a small town. Here you’ll find Bryggen--a UNESCO World Heritage site, exceptionally maintained old houses, the vibrant fish and flower market, cable cars offering stunning views, great museums and more. You can also take the one-hour “mini-train” express sightseeing tour through the city centre, offering such sights as the Maria Church, King Håkon’s Hall and the Rosenkrantz Tower along with a panoramic view of the city from the Fjellveien Road. 

    In the evening, you'll embark on the Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage and spend the night on board the cruise ship. 

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  • Day 3: Maløy - Torvik - Ålesund - Molde - Kristiansund

    Among highlights on today’s journey is the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Geirangerfjord. Along the way, the ship passes snow-peaked mountains and impressive waterfalls, such as the Seven Sisters and Bridal Veil, as it navigates carefully from one fjord to another. Optional shore excursions are available today.

    Spend another night on board the ship.

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  • Day 4: Trondheim - Rorvik

    Early in the morning the ship arrives in the historic city of Trondheim. Here you will have about 3.5 hours to explore the city on your own or take an optional sightseeing tour. Trondheim is the original capital of Norway, and until the 16th century, Trondheim was known as Nidaros. Here you'll find Nidaros Cathedral, which is one of Scandinavia’s largest buildings from the Middle Ages, and tiny, picturesque old wooden houses. From Trondheim, the ship sails on to Rorvik, where the southbound and northbound coastal ships meet.

    Spend another night on board the ship. 

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  • Day 5: Ornes - Bodø - Stamsund - Svolvær

    Today you’ll cross the Arctic Circle as the ship heads to the beautiful Lofoten Islands. The spectacular scenery includes islands and skerries with majestic rock formations, whose origins are the stuff of legend. Optional shore excursions are available today.

    Spend another night on board the ship.

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  • Day 6: Harstad - Finnsnes - Tromsø - Skjervøy

    This morning's route takes you past the medieval Trondenes Church before calling at Harstad. Then, the ship sails across the Vagsfjord and to the magnificent archipelagos in the north. Later on there is a stop in lively Tromsø, the largest town in northern Norway, with 52,000 inhabitants. Tromsø, often called “Paris of the North,” was a port of call for Russian, British, Dutch, and German ships in the 19th century, before they embarked on Arctic expeditions and hunting trips. Optional shore excursions are available today.

    Spend another night on board the ship. 

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  • Day 7: Hammerfest - Honningsvåg - Kjollefjord - Berlevag

    Finnmark’s landscape and wildlife are not to be missed! Here, rookeries of puffins and gannets along the cliffs and pods of Orca hunting for herring make for a unique experience. Today the ship stops at Honningsvåg, near North Cape, where you  have about 3 hours of free time on land. From there, the ship heads east towards the charming fishing villages of Kjollefjord, Mehamn and Berlevag. Optional shore excursions are available today. 

    Spend another night on board the ship.

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  • Day 8: Kirkenes - Vardø - Batsfjord - Berlevag

    In the morning, the ship docks at Kirkenes for a few hours before turning around and starting the return voyage south. This town in the extreme northern part of Norway is home to some 3,300 inhabitants, including the native Sámi people. On the southbound voyage, the ship calls at ports passed in the night on the trip north. The journey takes you past Varangerfjord, Norway’s only east-facing fjord, before arriving in Vardø, the easternmost point of the country. After a stop at Vardø, the ship rounds the Varanger peninsula, where archaeologists excavated a community believed to date from 9,000 BC. Later today, the scenery includes the Tanahorn Mountain, which long ago was a Sami sacrifice site.

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  • Day 9: Honningsvåg -Hammerfest - Tromsø

    The first port of the day is Honningsvåg, where the ship docks early in the morning. Then the ship continues to Havøysund and Hammerfest, considered by some to be the world’s most northerly town, where you have some free time for about 1.5 hours. Despite its remote location, some 6,000 people live here, and the town was the first Norwegian town to have electric street lighting and its own power station. The next destination is Oksfjord, where large pieces of ice calved from a glacier float out to sea. In the evening, the ship docks once again in Tromsø, where you have some some free time for roughly 2 hours. Optional shore excursions are available today.

    Spend another night on board the ship. 

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  • Day 10: Harstad - Sortland - Svolvær - Stamsund 

    The Lofoten Islands and Vesterålen offer some of the most stunning scenery on the whole journey. As the ship navigates carefully through shallow waters and narrow channels, sit back and enjoy the breathtaking sights. Today's route also takes you through the beautiful Trollfjord and on to Svolvær and Stamsund before reaching Badø. Optional shore excursions are available today.

    Spend another night on board the ship. 

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  • Day 11: Ornes - Sandnessjøen - Rørvik

    Today the ship makes its second crossing of the Arctic Circle, sailing past such highlights as the famed peaks of the dancing Seven Sisters Mountain, Torghatten and the island of Sandnessjøen. The last port of the day is Rørvik, where you can visit its award-winning museum during the break on land.

    Spend another night on board the ship. 

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  • Day 12: Trondheim - Kristiansund - Ålesund

    Early in the morning, the ship docks at the fascinating medieval city of Trondheim, where you have some more free time to explore the city. The voyage then continues out of the Trondheim fjord and past Hitra Island to make brief calls at Kristiansund and Molde. The final port of the day is the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund. Optional shore excursion are available today.

    Spend another night on board the ship.

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  • Day 13: Florø - Bergen

    During the night, the ship calls at Torvik, Maløy and Florø. Now the landscapes become increasingly lush as the journey weaves through the little islets toward Bergen, the voyage's final destination. The ship docks at Bergen Harbor early in the afternoon, allowing you some free time to pick up where you left off with sightseeing on Days 1 and 2.

    Spend the night at a hotel in central Bergen.

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  • Day 14: Departure

    For transportation to Bergen-Flesland Airport, you can take the airport bus (Flybussen) from one of the various departure points in the city centre or you can take a taxi directly from your hotel. If your flight is in the afternoon, you have the opportunity to do some last-minute shopping, visit one of Bergen‘s museums or enjoy a relaxing lunch at a café after this amazing journey.

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Map

Here’s a map of your travel route, to help put things in perspective.

Reviews

We don’t like to brag, so we’ll let our happy customers do it for us.

All of the arrangements went smoothly

Kolbrun's services were excellent. All of the arrangements went smoothly. When I was running late to catch a ferry to my final destination for that day, Kolbrun solved my problem. The hotel in Balestrand was unique and wonderful; wish I could have stayed a little longer. Through Nordic Visitor, I felt that I was given some of the nicer rooms available at hotels, for example, rooms with good views. This was a big plus in my travel experience.

We loved our Norway vacation!

The itinerary that you mapped out was perfect. We would not have spent any more time or any less time in any place (unless, of course, we could stay for a month!).

Oslo and Bergen were so quaint and even better than we expected. Restaurants in both cities were fabulous. We especially enjoyed the country drives, with the best in Geiranger. What beautiful sights!

Thank you again for a wonderful trip! We have recommended you to our friends, and hope they travel with you soon.

We loved our Norway vacation!

Accommodation

Sleep soundly, in the accommodation type of your choice, and wake up ready to enjoy another day of exploration.

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Quality

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Tour Information

This is an independent, self-guided tour. All accommodations, rental car and train or cruise travel (as specified in the itinerary) will be pre-booked by Nordic Visitor, but travellers are ultimately responsible for getting to hotels and to any train or cruise departure points by the specified times.

50% non-refundable deposit required: This package requires a non-refundable deposit payment of 50% of the total price since it contains certain travel arrangements. See details

Optional shore excursions

  • Shore excursions and sightseeing - Northbound / Bergen - Kirkenes
  • Shore excursions and sightseeing - Southbound / Kirkenes - Bergen

Currency rate
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After booking with Nordic Visitor
After booking your package with Nordic Visitor, you will be contacted within two working days by one of our travel consultants, who will serve as your dedicated contact person for all of your travel needs before, during and even after your holiday. Your travel consultant will provide you with details about your booking and your remaining payment (if not paid in full). You will also receive more information about what to expect during your holiday.

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