Norway is a wonderful destination for nature lovers as there are miles and miles of unspoilt landscapes from vast mountain ranges through to thick ancient forests, and Norway is famous for its stunning fjords and inland waters.
One of the best was to experience the very best of Norway’s natural treasures is to take a cruise of the fjords that reach well back into the beautiful landscape and traverse past remote countryside, picturesque villages and sophisticated urban cities. This is a relaxing and comfortable way of getting around Norway’s wonderful coastline and you can travel from the more temperate climate of Bergen in the south, right up to the freezing glaciers of the Svalbard Islands which are right on the edge of the Arctic Circle.
Ports of Call There are many wonderful cities in Norway, and popular ports of call include:
Norway Cruises There are several major lines offering cruises around Norway’s stunning fjords and coastal waters and these can be as little as £750 per cabin even in the main season for a weeks round trip. One of P&O’s premiere ships the Ventura operates trips around the Norwegian fjords such as the wonderful 7 night cruise leaving from Southampton with stops all along the western coast of Norway at Bergen, Glam, Olden and Stavanger before returning back to port in Southampton. This cruise is full board so meals and accommodation are included and will cost from around £789 per cabin (inner cabin class), but prices will depend on the class of cabin you choose.