Adventure holidays in Norway
For many travellers, it’s the pull of the dancing Northern Lights… for others, the drama of a cruise through the fjords, looking for a glimpse of wildlife in the water and along the untamed shore. Whatever brings you to Norway, adventure and outdoor discovery will be close at hand.
Find adventure expeditions at any time of year
Not many holiday destinations can claim to be truly year-round, but Norway’s sharply contrasting seasons mean that there are activities for the adventure traveller at any time.
Summer brings eternal sunshine, fjord exploration, escapes to log cabins and luxury camps in the pristine outdoors; winter brings deep snows and a sense of peaceful isolation as you go dog-sledding, trekking, or snowshoeing under the clear skies and brilliant aurorae.
Tailor-make your own Norway expedition
We tailor-make every holiday we create, so if there is something in particular you’re looking to find in Norway, speak to our regional travel specialists for a personalised itinerary.
Our top itineraries for Norway Adventure holidays
A relatively new arrival on the Tromsø winter scene, Malangen Resort is already a hit with our staff and clients alike, due in no small part to its incredible setting on the shores of a quiet fjord, surrounded by snow-covered mountains.
Set amongst some of Norway's most spectacular scenery, deep inside the Arctic Circle and around three hours from the city of Tromsø, Lyngen Lodge offers guests a truly remarkable location from which to see the Aurora Borealis, more commonly known as the Northern Lights.
The Norwegian coast, is a treasure trove of natural wonders, from the dramatic landscapes of Norway's fjords to the snow-clad peaks of the remote Lofoten Islands. Further north still, the Arctic capital Tromsø offers up a wealth of activities, while the town of Kirkenes, is home to the Snowhotel.
Top offers for Norway Adventure holidays
Stay 3, Pay 2 on selected hotels 2016
Book by: 30 April 2017
Alta is the perfect destination to see the spectacular beauty of the Aurora Borealis, with the Lights visible on an average 200 nights each year from October to April. Many a myth has surrounded the Lights.
Northern Lights Promise Winter 2016-17
Book by: 31 March 2017
Norway's lHurtigruten cruise ships sail along its western coastline, a region of fjords, mountains and, in the winter months, the Northern Lights. The ships stop at more than 30 ports between Bergen and Kirkenes, no other voyage offers such a close look at Norwegian coastal life.
Book by: 11 March 2017
The Akademik Sergey Vavilov – designed for polar research – has been transformed into a modern, safe and supremely comfortable Arctic cruise ship and it's onboard this ice-strengethened vessel that you'll undertake this brand new Svalbard cruise.