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.
Cruise along Norway’s roads, from mountains to picturesque seaside villages, on a road trip, or bask in the endless days of summer above the Arctic Circle when the Midnight Sun casts its ever-present glow over the Lofoten Islands and Svalbard. In the winter, these same destinations, along with the ‘Arctic capital’, Tromsø, provide some of the best chances to see the Northern Lights. High in the Arctic you’ll also find abundant high-octane adventure alongside two spectacular snow hotels, while Hurtigruten’s coastal cruises sail to North Cape and Kirkenes on the shores of the Barents Sea.
List of Experiences
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 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.
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.