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Your Itinerary

DAY 1
London (Southampton)
DAY 2
At Sea
DAY 3
Haugesund
Haugesund is a city surrounded by stunning landscapes, majestic mountains, picturesque fjords, cascading waterfalls and magnificent glaciers. Haugesund is home to Norways longest pedestrian streets lined with shops, museums, galleries and an abundance of restaurants for tourists to enjoy. The landscape offers fishing trips, hikes to hidden waterfalls and panoramic views of the harbour and fjords.
DAY 4
Flaam
When you arrive at Flaam, it seems there's nowhere to look but up. The town is lovely; the countryside is creased by rivers and waterfalls, and mantled in meadows. Take a ride on the legendary Flam Railway with its twenty tunnels and its 2,700+ feet elevation gain. See the magnificent Stalheim & Tvinde waterfalls, or try kayaking on Aurlandsfjord: A tranquil way to experience the beauty of the fjord.
DAY 5
Olden
Olden is a small tranquil village surrounded by rolling landscapes. Stunning valleys contrast against magnificent glaciers, cascading waterfalls, towering mountain ranges and quaint farming villages. The village is alive with activity, local trade and contemporary buildings. Olden is the gateway to the largest glacier in Europe’s mainland, Jostedal Glacier. This stunning 37 mile Glacier is breathtaking and will amaze and dazzle you.
DAY 6
Trondheim
Trondheim is Norway’s original capital, and is a lovely historic city. It buzzes with life thanks to a large student population. Cycling is the transport of choice for many, and its wide pedestrianized streets offer a great range of cafés and restaurants, as well as some fascinating museums.
DAY 7
At Sea
DAY 8
Honningsvag
Honningsvaag is the last village before Norway’s mysterious North Cape and is the gateway to stunning natural landscapes. Honnigsvagg is surrounded by magnificent snow-capped mountains, deep crystal fjords and an abundance of wildlife and marine life. Hike into the surrounding areas and find yourself wandering past reindeer, over stone bridges where cascading streams flow into the icy waters and picturesque views of this stunning country.
DAY 9
Tromso
Tromsø is a lively place, with more pubs per capita than any other Norwegian town. Its beautiful snowy peaks are an excellent backdrop for hiking in summer and skiing and dog-sledding in winter. The cathedral and botanical gardens offer a more relaxing option, while buskers will brighten your journey across town.
DAY 10
Lofoten Islands (Gravdal)
The picturesque village of Gravdal lies on Vestvågøy Island, part of the Lofoten Archipelago known as the magical islands. It sits at the bottom of a steep slope, surrounded by immense mountainous landscape blanketed in green forest. The village offers white sandy beaches as well as lakes perfect for fishing in.
DAY 11
At Sea
DAY 12
Andalsnes
The port of Andalsnes is situated in the beautiful landscaped Romsdals fjord. This port is alive with tourist attractions and trips to neighbouring areas of beauty. Visit the Rauma Line, one of the most exciting railways in the world with a tour past waterfalls, salmon fishing and the magnificent peaks above the valley. Take a hike to The Venge Valley, overlooked by majestic mountains, giving you an unforgettable view of the Trollwall
DAY 13
Bergen
Known as ‘The city between seven mountains’ – take a cable car up Mount Ulriken to find a magnificent panorama of the city, coastal landscape, fjords, cascading waterfalls, and jagged mountains. A trip to the private island of Holmen promises a ‘seafood safari’ including fresh lobster, crab, scallops, and langoustines.
DAY 14
At Sea
DAY 15
London (Southampton)

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