Self-drives in Norway
A road trip through Norway offers a relaxed way to take in much of what makes the country so popular with travellers. Explore some of the great sights, dive deep into the wilderness, or work with a Norway travel specialist to customise your own route or culinary highlights, wildlife hotspots, local villages or whatever sparks your wanderlust.
Enjoy whale watching, foodie holidays and more
We offer whale-watching tours, fjord drives, and mountain tours, but if you want to try something really unique, we can plan a customised route just for you—for example, trips to see the Northern Lights, summer driving holidays with children, or a summer driving holiday in a deluxe motorhome.
The wonderful thing about self-drive holidays is the luxury of being able to stop when and where you want—scenic viewpoints, small villages or whatever else takes your fancy. And at the end of every day, you’ll spend the night in a premium hotel, hand-picked by our team of Scandinavia specialists.
Relax with stress-free, luxury travel
Travel through Norway by car to experience Scandinavia at your own pace, all while enjoying the full support of a travel specialist who will be on-call to provide help if you need it at any point in your journey. We plan everything for you down to the last detail, at every step of your journey—because at Wexas, we go further to provide you with a truly luxury holiday.
Our top itineraries for Norway Self-drives
The architecturally impressive coastal town of Alesund and the equally striking Hotel Union in Geirangerfjord provide perfect bases from which to explore the stunning surroundings of glistening lakes, towering peaks and deep forests.
This seven-night tailor-made itinerary really captures the essence of the beautiful Lofoten Islands, mixing fjord and mountain scenery with picturesque villages, historical sites and traditional rorbu accommodation.
The southern fjord regions of Stavanger and Hardangerfjord boast some of Norway's most spectacular natural attractions, including Solastranden beach - recognised as one of the top ten beaches in the world, Preikestolen – also known as Pulpit Rock – and Troll's Tongue Rock.