Sail The World’s Most Beautiful Voyage and navigate 101,000kms of Norwegian coastline with Hurtigruten Norwegian Coastal Express and your travel buddy will get 50 per cent off.

You will traverse one of the world’s longest coastline and experience so many fascinating and remote destinations that you will never be able to travel by road.  But hurry, you have to book by 31 March 2022.

Tjongsfjord, Norway

There’s the 12-day, classic roundtrip voyage from Bergen, Kirkenes, Bergen with regular departures all year round with prices starting from $3404 per person and your travel companion will pay half this price.* Select departures include April, July, August and September 2022.

On this wonderful voyage, you will visit 34 ports twice, northbound and southbound, giving you the chance to really get to know the heart and soul of Norway’s coastline.

You can bask in spectacular scenery any season of the year, as you sail past more than 100 fjords and 1000 majestic mountains. You will spend half your voyage on a Arctic tour of Norway, maximising your chances of spotting the Northern Lights in winter or enjoying 24 hours of daylight under the Midnight Sun in summer.

Geirangerfjord, Norway

If you love to hike, you have a choice of nine optional hiking trails and up to 70 other seasonal excursions to enhance your coastal adventure.

Your adventure kicks off and ends in Bergen, the second largest city in Norway and gateway to the fjords. Founded in 1070AD, Bergen has architecture that dates back to the prosperous 14th century tradition company, the Hanseatic League.

Tasting Norwegian seafood

If you have time before your ship departs or when it returns, make a trip to the colourful Bryggen district, now an artisan quarter with cobbled streets. For a taste of local seafood delicacies, visit the Fish Market.

Hurtigruten was born on the Norwegian coast almost 130 years ago. It has sailed the fjords, navigated its islands, admired its mountains and braved its weather, every day, every season and every year.

No one knows the coast and its attractions better. Hurtigruten’s heritage is rich with sustaining remote coastal communities and protecting the spectacular nature they sail through.

As you pass home and farms; go in and out of ports, you will see the locals wave to the ships – a sure sign of affection that is part of the local culture as much as the fjords themselves.

Fishing in Svolvar Norge

For decades, Hurtigruten has cultivated strong relationships with Norwegian suppliers, big and small, old and new, to ensure the highest standards and best practices. Just take a look at the optional seasonal excursions and the mouth-watering delicacies made with locally sourced ingredients from Norway’s Coastal Kitchen.

Hurtigruten’s team of experts

Throughout your journey, you will meet enthusiastic coastal experts who will regale you with wonderful stories and share their wealth of knowledge of local customs and history.

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