Holiday ideas to Lofoten Islands
The holiday ideas listed below are designed to give you a flavour of the things to do in Lofoten Islands. We specialise in tailoring all aspects of your holiday to meet your precise needs. To start planning your trip, just call one of our destination specialists on 020 7590 0637.
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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.
Winter in the Lofoten Islands provides a landscape of snow-covered mountains, icy fjords, beaches and colourful fishing villages. Northern Lights enthusiasts are rewarded with frequent and colourful displays during winter. Wildlife lovers will find whales and sea eagles on a range of boat trips.
There are a staggering 34 ports of call on this seven-day Hurtigruten cruise, travelling north up Norway's west coast from Bergen to Kirkenes, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle, some of which are rarely visited by other cruise ships.
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 Tromso offers up a wealth of activities, while the town of Kirkenes, is home to the Snowhotel.
Norway's geographical navel, the region of Trøndelag offers history, culture and natural beauty in equal measure, all a convenient 2.5-hour direct flight from Gatwick.
Special fly-cruise fares
This full-board, exploratory cruise will bring you through fjords and past remote islands to reach Norway’s historic towns, fishing villages and Arctic fun. Everything from dogsledding and snowmobiling to the North Cape and the Russian border is set under the Northern Lights.