Norway’s natural beauty has beguiled visitors for years, with the famed fjords being one of the main draws to this Scandinavian country. The fjords of western Norway are easily accessible by ship and are often featured on cruise itineraries in Norway. The stunning Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord are both listed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. There is also the allure of northern Norway’s endless midnight sun and the beautiful fishing villages brightening the rocky coastline.
Another UNESCO-listed site is the Vega Archipelago with its protected islands and known for a prolific bird life. Picturesque lighthouses, fishing village and great natural beauty make this destination a treat for nature photographers and ornithologists!
Our expedition cruises take you to the most remote region of Norway, Svalbard, the arctic archipelago known for its large population of polar bears, awe-inspiring landscapes and rich arctic wildlife. Find out more below.