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Norway Holidays


Norway holidays are unforgettable, as travellers can enjoy one of Europe's most luxurious destinations, with a side of adventure. From the Northern Lights to the Midnight Sun, Norway has plenty to offer the discerning traveller.

At a glance

Flying time from UK
2 hours

Time zone
GMT +1

Norwegian krone (NOK) = 100 øre


Travel advice
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Special offers in Norway

Northern Lights in Tromso, Norway

4-day tailor-made break from £725 pp incl. flights


Exclusive offer: Includes an Aurora Safari
Book by: 28 February 2018

Our most popular Northern Lights break, this four-day city stay in Tromso is the ideal introduction to Norway's Arctic delights, with wonderful restaurants and bars and easy access to a host of winter adventures.

Hurtigruten – classic round-trip voyage

12-day fly-cruise from £1,190 pp incl. flights

cruise offer

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.

Svalbard Explorer on Silversea

13-day expedition voyage from £8,100 pp incl. flights

cruise offer

Special tailor-made fares
Book by: 31 March 2019

Cruise the unspoiled landscapes of the Arctic on this extraordinary voyage. Observe rare seabirds on Zodiac® trips along remote stretches of water and search for Polar Bears during an ice cruise. The coastal waters provide fantastic opportunities to see walruses, while the terrain provides spectacul

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Top itineraries in Norway

Northern Lights in Tromso, Norway

4-day tailor-made break from £725 pp incl. flights


Exclusive offer: Includes an Aurora Safari
Book by: 28 February 2018

Our most popular Northern Lights break, this four-day city stay in Tromso is the ideal introduction to Norway's Arctic delights, with wonderful restaurants and bars and easy access to a host of winter adventures.

Tromso & Malangen

5-day tailor-made journey from £990 pp incl. flights

A relatively new arrival on the Tromso 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.

Highlights of Norway

5-day tailor-made holiday from £695 pp incl. flights

Showcase the best of western Norway with stays in Oslo and Bergen bookending the classic Norway in a Nutshell tour. Explore some of the country's most striking summer landscapes as journeys on the Flåm and Bergen railways introduce you to the spectacular western fjords.

Bodo & the Lofoten Islands

7-day tailor-made journey from £1,735 pp incl. flights

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.

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What our clients say about our Norway holidays

  • Our holiday in Norway surpassed my expectations and we very much enjoyed the excursions booked through Wexas. Everything ran like clockwork and the hiring of the clothing, as suggested by Adam, worked very smoothly and was vital in such cold temperatures. I'm sure Adam was very busy but he did always reply to our questions. All in all a great experience and I can highly recommend it. Judy Statham

    Gail G

  • I had such a lovely time in Norway. Tromso is an amazing city to visit. Thanks to the Wexas who organised everything for us. The flights and the accommodation were stunning. We're also super happy, we've seen Northern Lights, Whales. The experience at the Husky centre was cool. The staff was nice and welcoming. Thanks Wexas for such great experience!

    Marina M

  • We had a lovely time in Tromso. The hotel was very clean and the staff were excellent. I can certainly recommend the breakfasts. people. We wen't to the information office and received excellent advice on trips we wanted to take. Most of all we did see the lights!

    Eileen E

  • Our trip was magical. Maddie at Wexas was so helpful and the organization was excellent. The tours to photograph the aurora were superb and we did see the lights on our second evening.

    Eleanor E

  • Very good service from Amy. She even managed to order the weather. Cold clear and crisp so we able to see the Northern Lights and enjoy the lovely views on our snowmobile trip.

    Susan S

  • Liberty's advice when I booked the trip and her ongoing assistance with my email queries was spot on. She made all the arrangements feel like a really personal experience.

    Michael M

  • An excellent holiday break. It met all my expectations.

    Don D

  • Wonderful holiday - fantastic service.

    Celia C

Top places to stay in Norway

Clarion Collection Hotel With, Tromso

Traditional hotel

Clarion Collection Hotel With is a hotel in central Tromso with magical views over the mountains, offering an experience similar to an Arctic adventure.

Malangen Resort, Tromso

Contemporary resort

Malangen Resort is also your ideal base for exciting adventures all year-round. Winter or summer, you can relax and indulge yourself at Malangen Resort and also take a day trip or two to other attractions.

Lyngen Lodge, Arctic Norway

Small & intimate lodge

An intimate, luxury lodge with magnificent fjord and mountain views and raft of activities for both summer and winter.

Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, Alta, Norway

Contemporary resort

Further north than Tromso and further east than most of Sweden, Sorrisniva is your gateway to Finnmark, Norway's most remote and Arctic region, and the icy snowy accommodation here makes for a truly special base from which to explore.

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Where to go in Norway

Cruising the stunning Norwegian fjords, which extend all the way up the west coast of the country, is a key Norway travel highlight. And rightly so – they are truly breath-taking. Geirangerfjord, Sognefjord and Hardangerfjord are the best known and most visited, and seeing at least one of these three is highly recommended.


Tromso, the ‘Capital of the North', is a lively university town surrounded by mountains, fjords and islands. This extremely likable and walkable city has for many years been the jumping off point for Arctic expeditions and adventures, and continues to be a hub for tailor-made travel.

Northern Norway

In Northern Norway the season in which you travel is more important than anywhere else in the country. Here, high up in the Arctic Circle, visitors can experience the most dramatic changes in daylight and darkness in the country.


Kirkenes is a small fishing village at the very tip of Norway as it loops above Sweden and Finland to its border with Russia. It marks the final stop on the Northern Norway coastal cruise route and its 3,000 or so locals speak a mixture of Norwegian, Russian, Sami and Finnish.

Western Norway

Western Norway is best known for its deep fjords and towering mountains, which comprise some of the most spectacular scenery to be found anywhere in Europe. The rugged, expansive and breathtaking fjords continue all the way along the Norwegian coast as far as the Russian border but are at their mos…

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What to do in Norway

Norway offers scenic fjord cruises, luxury lodges and log cabins for romantic escapes, world-class cities, plenty of outdoor adventure from the Northern Lights to the Midnight Sun and inviting open roads for independent exploration.


Explore the southern fjords at Stavanger and Hardangerfjord, take a tour of Norway’s historic hotels, drive the Atlantic Road that links an island archipelago and much more with an independent self-drive holiday that you can enjoy at your own pace.

Winter holidays

Winter is when Norway comes into its own—a lively way of life has developed here, from snowshoeing and trekking to cosy indoor getaways in luxury log cabins. Perhaps most of all, this is the season of the Northern Lights, and Norway is home to some of the most dazzling displays on Earth.

Wildlife holidays

If you want to spot whales, polar bears, reindeer, the arctic fox or any of Norway’s iconic wildlife, immerse yourself in pristine landscapes on one of our summer or winter holidays and explore the places that these animals call home.

Adventure holidays

A dramatic coastline, steep fjords and imposing mountains make Norway a fantastic destination for adventure travellers, especially as the sharp contrast between summer and winter allows for a wide range of outdoor activities.

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When to go to Norway

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"It's the great north wind that made the Vikings."Scandinavian proverb The two main seasons for travel to Norway are Summer and Winter - and for radically different reasons. Summer is wonderful for hiking, sailing, kayaking, white-water rafting and other outdoor pursuits among the breathtaking fjords, glaciers, rivers and mountains. The main season runs from mid-June to mid-August, though many operators open from May to late September. The midnight sun keeps burning over most of the country from late May to mid-July, and from late April to late August in Arctic Svalbard. Norway's long, dark winters attract cross-country and downhill …

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Norway articles

  • Norway: Europe’s most underrated road trip

    For many, Norwegian holidays begin and end with a coastal cruise or a wintry escape. Here, Wexas specialist Maddie Eleini looks beyond the fjords and Northern Lights to discover why Norway is among Europe's finest fly-drive destinations.

  • Four of the best ways to see the Northern Lights this winter

    Our top picks for seeing the Northern Lights throughout Scandinavia this winter, just in time to book your winter holidays.

  • Love the USA? Where to travel next

    Our well-travelled clients often ask, ‘If I loved driving the Pacific Coast, where should I go next?’ Or, ‘Where can I find that same warm welcome of the Deep South?’ Our USA destination specialists share what they love about travelling in the States, and round up suggestions for where to try next.

  • Arts Festivals Around the World

    We highlight the best food festivals, concerts, and exhibitions from around the world this summer for you to enjoy.

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Why book with Wexas Travel?

At Wexas, we specialise in bespoke travel experiences. Our itineraries are just samples of what we can arrange, and can be changed depending on your precise needs, finances and ideas by our experienced destination specialists.

Contact one of our consultants on 020 7590 0637 to discuss how we can tailor your holiday.

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