Travel the length of Norway on the Coastal Express!

A maritime adventure at the edge of the world ...
Cruise in the Norwegian fjords
Departure Bergen (Norway)
Full board
7 days, 6 nights
You will love:
  • • Watch the Northern Lights (in winter)
  • • Discover the fabulous fjords
  • • Sail the trail of the Vikings
from
1 155 €
per person
Departing from Bergen, we offer you the opportunity to embark on the Coastal Express for a week's sailing around Norway. From south to north, your cruise will make thirty or so stops in the most beautiful places in Norway: Hørundfjord, the Lofoten Islands, Tromsø, the capital of the Arctic, and the North Cape, where you will feel like you have reached the end of the world. A once-in-a-lifetime maritime adventure!

Your Boat

Boat
The Coastal Express will provide you with unforgettable experiences in Antarctica. The interior design reflects the Art Nouveau and Art Deco influence. The upper deck consists of a sunroom, an observation lounge and a panoramic lounge, all offering superb views of nature.

IMPORTANT:The cruise is operated on different boats according to the departure dates; your boat's name will be communicated to you at the time of the reservation. The services are similar from one boat to another. A crew member speaks French on board the MS Richard With (please refer to the FAQ for departure dates on board). Please note that the U and M categories are unavailable for some dates (refer to the FAQ for the dates).
Specifications
Boat Model:MS Nordkapp
Type:Motor boat
Maximum Capacity:224
Comfort onboard:

Restaurant
Panoramic and observation lounge
Cafeteria
Library
Sauna and panoramic fitness room
Sunroom and two outdoor whirlpools
Activities and conferences
Layout
The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Itinerary

Map
From Bergen, embark on a majestic journey through the Norwegian fjords to reach the edge of the world...
Day 1 : Bergen
Arrival in Bergen. Once there, free transfer to the Hurtigruten terminal to board the ship. Departure in the early evening.

Day 2 : Ålesund
Sailing north to Ålesund, a beautiful city rebuilt in the early 20th century in a Modern Art style.
In spring and winter:
You will have most of the day to visit this charming city. In the heart of the city, climb the 418 steps to the top of Alaska Mountain and see the statue of the Viking king Gange Rolv, an ancestor of William the Conqueror.
In summer:Discover one of Norway's jewels: the spectacular Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the top, you will have a breathtaking view of the fjord, but one of the highlights will certainly be the spectacular descent of the Trollstigen pass (the Troll Road). You will return to Ålesund in the evening.
In autumn:Explore the Hjørundfjord. Located in the heart of the majestic Sunnmøre Alps, unspoiled nature, small hamlets and mountain farms await you. A shuttle bus will take you to the village of Urke, on the way you will go down through Norangsdalen, the narrowest valley in the country. You will return to Ålesund in the evening.
  • Optional activities depending on the season: Atlantic Aquarium and Mount Aksla; farm and mountain hikes in Hjørundfjord; Art Nouveau in Ålesund; a glimpse of Norway; kayaking in Ålesund; Geiranger and the Troll Road; Sunmøre open-air museum; Romsdal cable car; Alnes lighthouse


Day 3: The Royal City of Trondheim
Your ship continues its journey to Trondheim, Norway's third largest city founded in 997, to spend the morning. A special, almost mythical atmosphere emanates from its architecture in all circumstances.
  • Optional activities depending on the season:a visit to Nidaros, the most famous of the cathedrals, followed by the Ringve Museum; a kayak trip on the Nidelven River; a bike ride in Trondheim; a walk through the Bakklandet district to admire the beautiful colourful wooden buildings.


Day 4: Arctic Circle and the Lofoten Islands
Dans le monde, il existe quelques frontières invisibles pour vivre une expérience magique : le cercle arctique en fait partie. Cette frontière marque le point le plus au Sud pour le soleil de Minuit et une fois franchie, vous découvrirez la magie des aurores boréales en hiver. Rendez-vous sur le pont pour célébrer le passage du Cercle Arctique avec l’équipage. Le voyage se poursuit le long de la côte de Helgeland, en direction de Bodø pour traverser le Vestfjord. Les montagnes Lofotveggen qui s’élèvent à 1000 mètres apparaissent à l’horizon. Vous êtes enfin dans les îles Lofoten.
  • Optional activities depending on the season:Discovery of Svartisen, the second largest glacier in Norway; guided walk along the coast; visit to the city of Bodø and observation of the largest tidal current in the world; the Saltstraumen, a safari at sea; meeting with the Vikings; walk through the Lofoten Islands in the fishing villages, guided tour and beer tasting in the Lofotpils brewery; visit to a farm in Lofoten.


Day 5: Tromsø, at the gateway to the Arctic
Your captain brings you closer to Tromsø, the capital of the Arctic. Nestled between large islands and high mountains, archaeological excavations reveal that this place was already inhabited 9000 years ago. You will have the afternoon to discover the "Paris of the North". Stroll through the city centre, enjoy cinnamon rolls in a café or visit Polaria, the world's northernmost aquarium.
In the winter season through early spring, you'll discover the joys of Lappish activities during optional excursions: dog sledding, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. In summer, whale watching, hiking, visiting a dog sled farm...
  • Optional activities depending on the season:Guided tour of Tromsø; mini polar expedition on a dog sled on the island of Kvaløya; visit to a husky farm; walk through the polar history of Tromsø; sea kayaking along the Tromsø coastline to the island of Hakøya; cross-country skiing; snowshoeing in Tromsø; sailing on an electric catamaran while enjoying local specialities


Day 6: Honningsvåg and the North Cape
Take advantage of the sailing to the North Cape to admire the beautiful subarctic landscapes.
During a visit to the town of Honningsvåg, let yourself be charmed by its history and its colourful buildings. Then sailing will continue to the port of Kjøllefjord.
  • Optional activities depending on the season:Head to the North Cape, the northernmost point of the continent: admire the sub-arctic landscapes by crossing the 71st parallel north; bird safari; discovery of the indigenous Sámi people; snowmobile safari in the heart of the Arctic; visit to fishing villages; expedition by semi-rigid boat to 71° North.


Day 7: Kirkenes
As the gateway to the east, Kirkenes is known as the capital of the Barents region. As you approach the city, you will notice that the landscape and the sea along the county of Finnmark will become more and more spectacular. Disembarkment in Kirkenes after breakfast.
Your stops:
Bergen > Ålesund > Trondheim > Cercle Arctique > Îles Lofoten > Tromsø > Honningsvåg > The North Cape > Kirkenes

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Serenity Service:Reservation of your plane tickets.
Service Extension:Reservation of your stay on land (accommodation and/or excursions) before or after your cruise.

For more information, please contact your advisor or see our FAQs at the bottom of the page.
The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions

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Price includes• Accommodation in a double cabin in the chosen category*
• Full board (from dinner on D1 to breakfast on D7) with Norwegian culinary experience "Norway's Coastal Kitchen."
• An English-speaking guide on board
• Dinner with the Captain and farewell meeting
• Conferences and activities on board
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*The best fare (from) for each line applies to a limited number of cabins. As fares vary at any given time, the price of your trip will depend on the date you book and how full the ship is.
Price does not include• Flights and transfers
• Optional activities
• Travel insurance

FAQ

The optional activities mentioned in the itinerary are a selection of tours that may be available during your trip. They are optional. The final program will typically be available and open for booking 90-180 days before the cruise. Please note that this list is subject to change.

Below are details of each excursion offered during your cruise for the 2023-2024 season.

  ♦ Geiranger and the Troll Route(approx. 8 hours):
On this tour, explore the landscape where the village of Geiranger sits and enjoy panoramic views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord. On board your bus, you'll start by taking the winding Ørneveien (Eagle Road) and enjoy the beautiful scenery all the way to Lake Eidsdalsvatnet. You will then take the ferry on the picturesque stretch from Eidsdal to Linge.
Back on land, we cross high alpine regions to reach Gudbrandsjuvet (Gudbrandsjuvet Gorge). The Valldøla River flows down this ravine, which is only 5 meters wide and 25 meters high. You will notice that the water has carved out deep caves and complex rock formations.
A new highlight of this tour awaits you: the series of 11 hairpin bends to descend the Troll Route. At the bottom, you will enjoy a hot drink and a snack before returning to the much more peaceful surroundings of Romsdalsfjord. The tour ends with a sumptuous dinner in Molde before returning to your ship.
To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes and warm clothes
- Minimum number of participants: 23
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: summer

Rates:
Starting at €259, including tax

  ♦ Discovering Art Nouveau(approx. 3 hours):
Travel through the beautiful city of Ålesund and contemplate its captivating architecture. After a fire in 1904, the city was rebuilt in the Art Nouveau style, characterized by many ornamental elements.
We will leave the port with our guide for a walk through the streets of this enchanting city. You will visit the picturesque fishing harbour of Brosundet and the Apotekertorget square, where a bronze statue of a fisherman's boy stands proudly.
On the attractive shopping street, consider stopping by the gallery of a talented artist born here, Helge Bjørnsen. Go home with one of his signed prints on offer.
Then it's time to check out the museum and national centre for Art Nouveau, Jugendstilsenteret. Its eclectic collection of interior decorations, furniture and other Art Nouveau objects will give you a fascinating insight into the history of this unique artistic style.

To Note:
- Bring hiking shoes, warm clothes and a windbreaker
- Minimum number of participants: 6
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €99, including tax

  ♦ Discovering Art Nouveau (autumn)(approx. 2 hours):
The city of Ålesund, which dates back to the Viking Age, is now famous for its architecture throughout Norway and beyond. Following a devastating fire in 1904, which burned much of the city to the ground, the city was rebuilt in the Art Nouveau style popular at the time.
The city proudly displays countless turrets, spires and medieval ornaments highlighting its pastel-coloured buildings.
Our trip begins with a meeting with our guide at the port. He will then take us through the enchanting streets of Ålesund. You will pass the picturesque fishing harbour of Brosundet and the Apotekertorget square. Take a few pictures of the bronze statue of a fisher boy, sculpted by the prolific 20th-century Norwegian artist Knut Skinnarland.
During the walk, the guide will introduce the Art Nouveau elements of the buildings and other points of interest in the city. Learn more about the history and culture of the area.

To Note:
- Bring hiking shoes, warm clothes and a windbreaker
- Minimum number of participants: 6
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €69, including tax

  ♦ Aquarium of the Atlantic and Mount Aksla(approx. 2 hours):
Welcome to Ålesund, one of the most beautiful cities in Norway. This trip will offer you two opportunities to experience the local nature and wildlife; climbing a mountain and exploring the local aquarium.
The tour begins with a visit to the city's mountain, Mount Aksla. This viewpoint offers a spectacular panorama of the city centre, the archipelago and the Sunnmøre Alps in the distance.
Take a few photos before heading to the Atlantic Aquarium, one of Northern Europe's largest and most unique seawater aquariums. An architectural gem integrated into the shoreline, the aquarium offers an authentic experience where you can get close to some of the marine species that inhabit the Norwegian coast.
Visit the open-air pool to watch the friendly penguins, pass through the science centre and even help feed some animals. Try catfish croquettes at the café overlooking the ocean.


To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes and warm clothes.
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €99, including tax

  ♦ An overview of Norway(approx. 2 hours 15mins):
Upon arrival in Hjørundfjord, you will board a tour boat to Norangsfjord, an arm of Hjørundfjord. You will disembark at the village of Urke, located in the middle of the picturesque Sunnmøre Alps.
A bus will take you through one of the narrowest valleys in Norway, Norangsdalen. You will see lake Lyngstølvatnet on the way. It was created by a natural landslide that blocked part of the Norang River and flooded the area. When the weather is calm, you can still see the ruins of a submerged farm from the surface.
We will also drive through the village of Øye to see the remarkable Union Øye Hotel. Famous kings, queens, writers, composers and explorers of history have stayed here.
We will then stop at a small shepherd's hut to taste a typical Norwegian dish, lefse, with coffee. The tour ends in Urke after a visit to the local grocery store.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes and warm clothes
- Minimum number of participants: 12
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €139, including tax

  ♦ Mountain hiking in Hjørundfjord(approx. 2 hours 45mins):
Join us for a fantastic hike in the idyllic Hjørundfjord area. We will start on an old farm road before beginning the steep climb to the top on a rough trail. We will then climb a stone staircase for the last 500 meters. Once at the top, you will be rewarded with a sublime view.
Continue on the hillside trail to see the village of Sæbø and explore an abandoned bear cave.
Before heading back down, we'll take a coffee break in the Leknes Valley, overlooking Urke. Enjoy the incredible views of the fjord arm and the mountains. Return by the same route and stop at the local grocery store to discover their traditional Norwegian products.
We will end our trip at the Kaihuset Café with a Slogen to quench our thirst. This beer takes its name from the imposing mountain we saw on the other side of the fjord.
To Note:
- Bring hiking boots, warm clothing and a windbreaker. It is recommended to bring a backpack with a water bottle, a change of clothes, a camera and sunglasses. The guide will take care of the necessary safety equipment.
- Minimum number of participants: 6
- Level of effort: high / participants must be in good health
- Season: Autumn

Rates:
Starting at €129, including tax

  ♦ Walking tour of a farm(approx. 2 hours 45mins):
This guided walk starts from the fjord and leads through pastoral meadows to a traditional farm in Haukås. Restored in the 1900s, these small farms are a charming reminder of a bygone era.
In the past, Norwegian farms were located in villages and were relatively small. There was no natural pasture around the villages, so when summer came, cattle and herds had to go further and further out into the fields to graze. Shepherd's huts were built to provide temporary accommodation for farmers and the girls who had to milk the cows away from the farm in the morning and evening.
You will be greeted at the hut by friendly hosts who will tell you about life on the farm. Explore the grounds, try your hand at carrying old milk buckets and taste local produce. If there is time, we will stop at the grocery shop on our way back to Urke before returning to the ship.

To Note:
- Bring hiking boots, warm clothes and a windbreaker. It is recommended to bring a backpack with a water bottle, a change of clothes, a camera and sunglasses. The guide will take care of the necessary safety equipment.
- Minimum number of participants: 6
- Level of effort: high / participants must be in good health
- Season: autumn

Rates:
Starting at €125, including tax

  ♦ Hjørundfjord, Geiranger and Ålesund(approx. 6 hours 30mins):
Experience some of Norway's most breathtaking scenery and see the steep mountains plunging into the fjords. We will travel by bus from the small village of Urke through the fascinating Norangsdalen valley. Marvel at the stunning UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord from a ferry before climbing the mountains to the Flydalsjuvet lookout for a breathtaking view.
On the way to Eidsdal, you'll feel like you have wings as we travel the famous 'Eagle Route'. This steep road has 11 hairpin bends for incredible views at every turn. We will take a ferry from Eidsdal to Linge before continuing to the village of Stordal, where we will stop for coffee and a snack.
We conclude the day in Ålesund, a well-known town for its sublime Art Nouveau architecture. Before boarding the ship, there will be time to explore the town and enjoy the panoramic view of the town and surrounding landscape from the nearby Aksla peak.

To Note:
- Bring hiking boots, warm clothes and a windbreaker. It is recommended to bring a backpack with a water bottle, a change of clothes, a camera and sunglasses.
- Minimum number of participants: 20
- Level of effort: suitable for all

Rates:
Starting at €279, including tax

  ♦ Kayaking in Ålesund(approx. 2 hours 15mins):
Discover the picturesque town of Ålesund in an unusual way by gliding along its waterways in a kayak, accompanied by certified guides with extensive knowledge of the area.
Much of Ålesund was destroyed by a devastating fire in 1904. The entire town was rebuilt in the Art Nouveau style popular at the time. You will see many ornate buildings along the way while the guides tell you about the city's history.
We will meet our guides in the city centre to get properly equipped. We will listen to safety instructions and paddle off for an unforgettable city tour with several photo stops.


To Note:
- Please bring hiking boots, warm clothing and windproof clothing. Specially adapted clothing is provided.
- Minimum number of participants: 6
- Level of effort: high
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €129, including tax

  ♦ Alnes Lighthouse (approx. 3hours 30mins) :
We will travel by bus to the island of Giske, known as the "island of the sagas". Home of the Viking leader Rollo, ancestor of William the Conqueror, the island has been inhabited since the Bronze Age.
You will also pass the 12th-century white marble church built by and for the ruling family on the island. Then you will go to the island of Godøy.
Here we will drive through the fishing village of Alnes to the Alnes lighthouse. Built in 1876, the lighthouse is a protected relic of Norwegian culture and offers a superb view of the coastline to those who climb to the top.
On our return to Ålesund, we will make a final stop at Mount Aksla to enjoy the incredible views of the town, the archipelago and the fjord.

To Note:
- Bring hiking boots, warm clothing and a windbreaker
- Minimum number of participants: 15
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €169, including tax

  ♦ Sunnmøre Open Air Museum (approx. 3hours) :
Enjoy a glimpse of modern Norwegian life before stepping back in time to discover how people lived centuries ago on this exciting tour.
You will first discover Ålesund and its streets lined with many elegant art nouveau buildings. We then head to the city's prominent mountain, Mount Aksla, which offers incredible views of the archipelago, the city centre and the Sunnmøre Alps in the distance.
Enjoy the drive along the Borgundfjord to the Sunnmøre Museum. This open-air museum features several old farmhouses in a beautiful natural setting. Exploring the houses and the various exhibits will give you an insight into the cultural and architectural history of the area. You will also have the opportunity to see the museum's ship collection, which includes replicas of Viking longships, reflecting the region's historical importance as a shipbuilding centre.

To Note:
- Bring hiking boots, warm clothing and a windbreaker
- Minimum number of participants: 15
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €149, including tax


  ♦ Romsdal Cableway (approx. 8 hours) :
After a brief visit to the town of Ålesund, we head for the fjords and venture up Ørskog Mountain before reaching the narrow valley of Romsdal.
As we travel along the salmon river Rauma, look up to the majestic mountains that tower overhead. We'll make our way to Trollveggen, Europe's highest vertical rock face. These Romsdal Alps offer some of the most challenging climbing in the world. You will visit the Åndalsnes visitor centre where you will learn about the history of mountaineering in Norway.
A five-minute cable car ride will take you to the top of Nesaksla Mountain where an incredible view awaits you. After a guided walk to the top and some free time to explore the area on your own, you will be served a delicious lunch.
We then descend to the small town, returning to Ålesund and our ship after a relaxing drive through the fjord landscape.


To Note:
- Bring hiking boots, warm clothes and windproof clothing. The terrain can be slippery in winter. Good grip shoes are therefore essential.
- Minimum number of participants: 30
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €249, including tax


  ♦ Hjørundfjord - Tastes and traditions (approx. 6 hours 30 mins) :
Come aboard the picturesque MS Bruvik for a cruise along Hjørundfjord. This endearing motor vessel, built in 1949, features classic design elements for a nostalgic atmosphere on board. Refreshments are served in comfortable lounges, and the outside deck has been modernised to allow full enjoyment of the spectacular panorama.
This panoramic crossing takes you deep into the majestic Hjørundfjord to the village of Sæbø. Local and experienced guides will enhance your experience with a fascinating insight into the history of the fjord and its communities.
From Sæbø we will return to Rekkedal Guest House.æø Here you will be welcomed and accommodated by the members of this family farm, founded in the 16th century and passed down for 20 generations. Discover the farm and its 500-year history before enjoying an unforgettable meal, prepared with local and environmentally friendly ingredients and accompanied by a carefully selected wine. After the feast, we return to Ålesund on the MS Bruvik and enjoy the breathtaking scenery on the way back.

To Note:
- Bring hiking boots (with good grip), warm clothes and a windbreaker
- Minimum number of participants: 48
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €249, including tax


  ♦ Nidaros Cathedral and the Ringve Museum (approx. 3 hours) :
Inhabited since the Viking Age, Trondheim is brimming with culture and fascinating history. Today we will explore two attractions in this ancient city. First, we will visit Nidaros Cathedral, Norway's national shrine. Built on the tomb of St. Olaf, Norway's patron saint, this Gothic cathedral boasts incredible architectural detail and exquisite artwork. After a guided tour of the cathedral, you will be free to explore the area.
The coach will then take you to the Ringve Museum of Musical History, where your enthusiastic guide will tell you about the history of Norwegian music. Surrounded by a beautiful botanical garden, this magnificent mansion is the childhood home of Petter Wessel Tordenskiold, a Norwegian naval hero who distinguished himself in the Great Northern War between Norway, Denmark and Sweden. Easily accessible, the museum is located just outside Trondheim and is an idyllic place to enjoy beautiful views of the city and the fjord.

To Note:
- We advise you to bring comfortable shoes as the Ringve Museum has many steps.
- On Sundays and public holidays, the guided tour will take place outside the cathedral and in the Archbishop's Palace because of the church service in the cathedral.
- Minimum number of participants: 19
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: spring & summer

Rates:
Starting at €119, including tax


  ♦ Trondheim and the Nidaros Cathedral (approx. 2 hours) :
Welcome to Norway's historic capital! Founded in 997, Trondheim has been shaped by a variety of eras. As you explore the city, look for the well-preserved colourful quays and the 19th-century wooden bridge with its recognisable red arches in the Bakklandet district. Our guide will tell you the city's history as we travel by bus through the streets and neighbourhoods of Trondheim. We will stop briefly at Utsikten to enjoy the view of the city.
How can you imagine a trip to Trondheim without visiting the impressive Nidaros Cathedral? Built over the grave of Norway's patron saint, St. Olaf, this huge building was first built in 1070. After a guided tour of the cathedral, you will surely understand why so many visitors describe it as Norway's most beautiful religious building. A book about the cathedral will be given to you as a souvenir.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes and warm clothing
- On Sundays and public holidays, the guided tour will take place outside the cathedral and in the Archbishop's Palace due to the religious service held in the cathedral
- Minimum number of participants: 13
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: autumn & winter

Rates:
Starting at €109, including tax


  ♦ Guided tour of Trondheim (approx. 3 hours) :
Join us on a guided tour of Trondheim and get ready to explore this historic city in depth. We will start from the harbour that developed during the second half of the 19th century, before walking to Stiftsgården, Trondheim's royal residence. We continue to the market square to look at the huge statue of the city's founder, the Viking King Olav Tryggvason.
We then head to Nidaros Cathedral, Norway's national shrine and the world's most northerly cathedral, where you can visit the interior. Get your camera ready as we cross the town's old bridge, Gamle Bybro, recognisable by its pointed red arches. Locals call this bridge 'the gateway to happiness', a nickname popularised in the 20th century in a popular waltz by Norwegian singer and songwriter Kristian Hoddø. Enjoy the view of the colourful quayside along the Nidelva River before returning to the quay.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes and warm clothes
- Minimum number of participants: 12
- Level of effort: high / participants should be able to walk a fairly long distance (about 5 km)
- Season: all year round

Rates:
Starting at €79, including tax


  ♦ Kayak trip on the Nidelva River (approx. 2 hours 30 mins) :
One of the most unique ways to visit Trondheim is to explore the city along its waterways. This is exactly what we offer with this urban kayak tour along the Nidelva River as it winds through Trondheim's charming Old Town. This moderate activity will delight families and is suitable even for those who have never kayaked.
We'll start at the harbour and glide past the colourful wooden buildings of the quays before paddling through the city's narrower canals. You will then have the opportunity to see some of the city's most famous landmarks, including Nidaros Cathedral, Kristiansten Fortress on a nearby hilltop and the famous Marinen Park.
The Nidelva River is also a great place to fish. You will have no trouble finding trout in the river and may even come across a salmon downstream from the town. Every year, salmon weighing over 20 kilos are caught here!

To Note:
- Drysuits are available from 1 November to 1 April. Life jackets and waterproof equipment are provided.
- Minimum number of participants: 4
- Level of effort: high / min. Age: 6 years
- Season: all year round

Rates:
Starting at €159, including tax


  ♦ Trondheim by bike (approx. 2 hours 45 mins) :
Considerable efforts have been made to make Trondheim the most cyclist-friendly city in Norway. The city centre is now crisscrossed by more than 5 km of red cycle paths. Today we will join the countless cycling locals and embark on a relaxing bike ride through Trondheim.
We will start from the quay where our ship is moored and cycle along the fjord before crossing the new bike bridge. This bridge offers magnificent views of Munkholmen Island, Trondheim's Alcatraz. We will then ride through the Ila district along the Nidelva river where you will see the impressive Nidaros cathedral.
As we enter the Bakklandet district, we will stop for coffee and pastries in one of the many cosy cafés in the area. On the way back to the ship, we will pass through the historic district and the modernised part of the trendy Solsiden district, a former shipyard that is now very popular with the locals.

To Note:
- Bring sturdy shoes and warm clothes for cycling
- Minimum number of participants: 1
- Level of effort: high / min. age: 12 years old or at least 1.5 m tall 12 years old or at least 1.50m tall
- Season: autumn, spring & summer

Rates:
Starting at €79, including tax


  ♦ The Svartisen glacier (approx. 5 hours) :
In Ørnes we will board a bus to enjoy a guided tour through the small village of Holandsvik, a chance to see some beautiful scenery and learn more about the area. In Holandsvik we will board a boat for a 10-minute crossing of the fjord.
You will then arrive at the Svartisen Tourist Centre, which has stunning views of the nearby glacier. Svartisen is Norway's second largest glacier, after the Jostedal Glacier, with an area of about 370 km².
Although it was the lowest glacier on the European continent before the last ice age retreated, Svartisen has some 60 glacier tongues that spill out of the main mass into the surrounding mountainous landscape, which itself is dotted with peaks over 1,500 m high.
Hot drinks and a delicious cake buffet are also available at the centre. Your tour continues along the Helgeland coast to Bodø. You will pass the Saltstraumen, the world's strongest tidal stream.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing
- Minimum number of participants: 30
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: summer

Rates:
Starting at €319, including tax


  ♦ Arctic and Coastal walk (approx. 2 hours 10 mins) :
Join a guided walk along the Norwegian coast and learn more about how the country depends on the ocean. Experienced guides will take you along paths along the coast and across sandy beaches. They will point out the interesting sites and wildlife that we will encounter. You may see an eagle flying over the sea or even an Arctic fox looking for food.
Over the years, many Viking graves have been discovered along this coastline. These mounds are usually grassy mounds, containing Nordic history and heritage. Our guides will take you up close and personal to learn about the history of Bodø and the coastline's geology.
The love of nature and harmony with it is deeply rooted in Norwegian culture and encompassed by the term "friluftsliv", a Norwegian expression meaning "life in the open air". Lulled by the sound of the waves as the fresh air whips across your skin, you will no doubt understand the full significance of this word.

To Note:
-Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing (hiking poles and crampons are provided on request)
-Minimum number of participants: 4
-Level of effort: high
-Season: all year round

Rates:
Starting at €109, including tax


  ♦ Discovering Bodø and the Saltstraumen (approx. 2 hours 10 mins) :
Today's excursion starts in the town of Bodø, north of the Arctic Circle. It is the second-largest city in Northern Norway with a population of almost 50,000. We will continue to the Saltstraumen, with some stunning scenery along the way.
The Saltstraumen has never failed to amaze visitors for almost three thousand years. In this 150-metre-wide strait, up to 400 million cubic metres of seawater flow every six hours at a speed of 20 knots.
Once you have admired the world's most powerful tidal current, you will be offered salt crystals produced on-site. It takes only 48 hours to separate the unique mineral from the water that contains it. Like ice crystals, salt crystals are unique, the result of a combination of water temperature, season and humidity in Saltstraumen. Take this salt home with you and impress your friends by adding an arctic touch to your dishes.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing
- An automated audio guide is available in a range of languages
- Minimum number of participants: 1
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: all year round

Rates:
Starting at €119, including tax


  ♦ Sea safari, Saltstraumen (approx. 2 hours) :
The maelstroms of the Saltstraumen have inspired local artists and writers for centuries, and with good reason. The Saltstraumen is a strait where the most powerful tidal current in the world is concentrated. Four times a day, 400 million cubic metres of water flow in and out through a passageway just 150 metres wide and 31 metres deep. When the current reaches its maximum strength, eddies up to 10 metres in diameter can appear.
Join us on a RIB safari to see this natural wonder, which will undoubtedly inspire you in turn. You will be seated comfortably and safely in a sturdy RIB boat, manned by a highly skilled and experienced captain.
During the boat safari, you will likely see sea eagles, other birds, and wildlife. You may also notice the characteristic shapes of some of the visible rock faces. These result from the immense pressure that eventually bends the rock, the 'Caledonian bending', a process that dates back over 250 million years.

To Note:
-- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing. Specially adapted clothing is provided.
- Minimum number of participants: 1
- Level of effort: high/unsuitable for people with back problems/min. Minimum age: 6 years
- Season: autumn, spring & summer

Rates:
Starting at €179, including tax


  ♦ Meeting the Vikings (approx. 2 hours 30 mins) :
Today we are going to visit the Viking Museum in Lofotr, where a reconstruction of the largest Viking building ever discovered awaits you. Here you will find artefacts dating back to 500 AD, when the original building, the Chief's house, was established and lived in until about 900 AD. The reconstruction of the building offers a faithful recreation of the religion, lifestyle and diet of the Vikings so that you can experience the authenticity of the building.
After taking time to explore the longhouse and exhibits, the Chef and Mistress of the House will invite you to share an authentic Viking meal with them in the banquet hall. You will be amazed as your hosts make sacrifices to the Norse gods, praying for health, prosperity and the sun's return to escape Ragnarök, the end of the world. After the Viking feast, washed down with traditional mead, you will return to Svolvær by bus where your ship awaits you.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes & warm clothes.
- Minimum number of participants: 15
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: all year round

Rates:
Starting at €199, including tax


  ♦ Wonders of Lofoten (approx. 2hours 40mins):
Departing from Stamsund, this trip will take us to Kabelvåg, one of the oldest fishing villages in the Lofoten Islands. Our first stop is at Torvdalshalsen, a rest area with a magnificent view of the fjord. We continue to Kabelvåg, the birthplace of the commercial fishing industry in Lofoten more than 1000 years ago.
Here we will visit the Galleri Espolin, which houses the largest collection of works by Kaare Espolin Johnson, a particularly popular artist. Not far from the gallery, explore the Lofoten Museum which will reveal the history of local fishing.
It is possible that Kabelvåg already existed in the Middle Ages under the name of Vågar. In the centre of the village stand the main buildings, which were built in 1815, and the Vågan church, also known as the Lofoten cathedral. Built in 1898 in a neo-Gothic style, this church is one of the most imposing in Norway.
To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes & warm clothes.
- Minimum number of participants: 14
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: spring & summer

Rates:
Starting at €139, including tax


  ♦ Tour of a farm in Lofoten (approx. 2hours 40mins):
Today you will have the opportunity to experience life on a farm in the far north of Norway. Aalan Farm produces cheese and herbs in Lauvdalen, on the Lofoten Islands. The farm is run by the couple Knut and Tove Åland, with occasional help from their children.
This farm supplies our ships with quality tea and award-winning cheeses year-round. They are one of our only local suppliers whose farms you can visit during your trip. You can thank them in person for the delicious cheeses you enjoy on board!
At Aalan's you will get to know what daily life on the farm is like and you will have the opportunity to taste the cheeses, herbs and other products they make with their hands. You'll also meet the farm's goats, dogs, cats, miniature pigs, ducks and chickens. And if you're lucky, their free-range cow, Victoria, may also make an appearance.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes & warm clothes.
- Minimum number of participants: 10
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: spring & summer

Rates:
Starting at €169, including tax


  ♦ Tromsø, capital of the Arctic (approx. 3 hours 30 mins):
Once the starting point for many Arctic expeditions, Tromsø is now rich in history and culture. This tour will show you the main attractions of the third-largest city above the Arctic Circle.
We'll start with an incredible funicular ride to the top of Storsteinen, at 421 meters above sea level. Marvel at the panoramic views from the observation deck at the top station of the funicular. Take in the city and the surrounding islands, mountains and fjords.
The funicular will take you back to the lower station and the tour will continue to the Arctic Cathedral, the city's most iconic building and a true architectural masterpiece. We will also visit Polaria, where there is an Arctic aquarium, a seal tank and a 21-meter-wide immersive movie screen and many educational exhibits. We will watch a polar film and seal feeding.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing
- Minimum number of participants: 15
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: all year round

Rates:
Starting at €179, including tax


  ♦ Dog sledding (Tromsø) (approx. 3 hours 30 mins):
Join us on a miniature polar expedition by sled with a pack of huskies. After a bus ride to Kvaløya, we will change clothes and shoes before getting on the sleds.
Just sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful views of the ocean and surrounding mountains as the huskies pull your sled through the icy landscape.
In the heart of the Polar Night, on a clear day, the moon and stars are the only light sources, unless you are lucky and an Aurora Borealis appears. To guide us through the fields and forests, we will carry headlamps which only add a special atmosphere to this little adventure.
After the walk, you are invited to a lavvo, a Sámi tent where you can warm up by a wood fire with a hot drink and homemade cake. This is an opportunity to get acquainted with the daily work of the Wilderness Centre and to learn more about dog sledding.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing. Thermal clothing is provided.
- Minimum number of participants: 1
- Level of effort: important / min. age 4 years old
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €329, including tax


  ♦ Landscape and huskies (approx. 3 hours 30 mins):
Join us on a miniature polar expedition by sled with a pack of huskies. After a bus ride to Kvaløya, we will change clothes and shoes before getting on the sleds.
Just sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful views of the ocean and surrounding mountains as the huskies pull your sled through the icy landscape.
In the heart of the Polar Night, on a clear day, the moon and stars are the only sources of light, unless you are lucky and an Aurora Borealis appears. To guide us through the fields and forests, we will carry headlamps which only add a special atmosphere to this little adventure.
After the walk, you are invited to a lavvo, a Sámi tent where you can warm up by a wood fire with a hot drink and homemade cake. This is an opportunity to get acquainted with the daily work of the Wilderness Centre and to learn more about dog sledding.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing.
- Minimum number of participants: 1
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: fall & summer

Rates:
Starting at €159, including tax


  ♦ Walk through Polar History (approx. 2 hours 30 mins):
Embark on a walking tour of Tromsø with a local guide who will tell you all the secrets of the city's history. You will meet your guide at the ship's dock and walk along the shoreline to the Polar Museum. You will pass the statue of the famous Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen, a monument dedicated to hunting and the market square which offers a clear view of the Arctic cathedral.
The Polar Museum is housed in an old customs house from the 1830s. Here you will find exhibits and artifacts from Norway's rich polar history and the many expeditions that ventured into the far north to discover the Arctic.
The tour continues along the main street to Mack's Brewery and Ølhallen, the oldest pub in Tromsø. It was a popular meeting place among fishermen, hunters and polar explorers. Taste beer from the world's northernmost brewery, while one of the locals tells you stories from the past.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing.
- Minimum number of participants: 10
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €119, including tax


  ♦ Cross-country ski tour (approx. 3 hours):
This tour is an ideal introduction to cross-country skiing. Our experienced ski instructors will first teach you the basic techniques, how to put on and take off your skis and how to ski on a flat surface.
Once you understand these basic techniques, we'll take you skiing on flat terrain, most of which is already covered by tracks suitable for your level. Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you glide to the top of the island of Tromsøya, a short drive from the city centre.
As you gain confidence in your skis, your instructors will introduce you to new techniques. By the end of the trip, you may even be able to ski small hills.
After our ski tour, we will take a break around a campfire where you will be served hot drinks accompanied by lefse, a sort of tasty pancake.

To Note:
- Bring winter shoes and warm clothing, including a windproof jacket and pants; a hat and gloves are essential. Winter clothing is not included in this tour.
- Minimum number of participants: 2
- Level of effort: important / min. age age : 8 years old
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €179, per person including tax


  ♦ Snowshoeing trip to Tromsø (approx. 3 hours):
Today, don't miss the opportunity to try a Norwegian winter activity: snowshoeing. Your tour will start with a short bus ride to the top of Tromsøya Island. The terrain is mostly flat, with snow-covered birch trees, spruce forests and gentle slopes.
Equipped with your modern snowshoes, you'll feel like you're floating above the snow as you go for a walk. Breathe in the crisp winter air, take in the winter scenery and listen to your guide's commentary on the natural world around you and everyday life in the Arctic.
Following your guide's lead, head into the forest to a clearing where we'll light a cosy bonfire. Comfort yourself with a hot drink and a sweet snack as we chat around the fire, or fall back into childhood and slide down the slopes on a simple toboggan.

To Note:
- Bring winter shoes and warm clothing, including a windproof jacket and pants; a hat and gloves are essential. Winter clothing is not included in this tour.
- Minimum number of participants: 2
- Level of effort: high
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €179, per person including tax


  ♦ The North Cape (approx. 3 hours):
We will travel by bus beyond the 71st parallel to the North Cape, which rises 307 meters above the ocean, on the roof of Europe.
Take in this stark and beautiful landscape as you stand on the northernmost point of Europe and look toward the North Pole.
In summer, you may spot herds of reindeer grazing on the nearby clifftops. In winter, the pristine white plains and snow-capped mountains will reflect the soft Arctic light.
Don't forget the inevitable photo or selfie ritual with the globe sculpture commemorating the importance of the North Cape.
We'll stop at the North Cape Hall, where you can watch an impressive 180-degree film of the region through the four seasons, delve into the history of the region with the Underground Tunnel exhibits, and admire the world's northernmost chapel. There is also a small museum and gift store.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing
- Minimum number of participants: 15
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season : all year round

Rates:
Starting at €189, per person including tax


  ♦ Bird safari (approx. 3 hours):
Board a boat from the Viking fishing village of Gjesvær and explore the nearby islands of Gjesværstappan. The confluence of warm and cold ocean currents in the area creates nutrient-rich waters, while the steep cliffs of the islands provide excellent nesting sites for birds. This is a paradise for thousands of birds, and also birdwatchers, so don't forget your camera and binoculars.
From the boat, we can observe the largest puffin colony in Troms og Finnmark, as well as a large population of misty gulls. During the nesting season, this area is full of life: majestic eagles prowl high in the sky in search of prey, while guillemots, razorbills, cormorants, Arctic skuas, northern fulmars, thick-billed murres and great gannets give a deafening chorus of chirping. In autumn, you can also see the smallest European seabird, the storm petrel.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing. We recommend that you bring binoculars.
- Minimum number of participants: 13
- Level of effort: moderate / min. age age : 5 years old
- Season: fall & summer

Rates:
Starting at €239, per person including tax


  ♦ Sámi Culture (approx. 2 hours 30 mins):
Discover the incredible story of the indigenous Sámi people who inhabit the northernmost region of Europe. Known for their reindeer herding, traditional Duodji crafts and affinity for nature, the Sámi people have a rich history and culture.
The Sápmi, as the Sámi call it, is their territory, which stretches from central Norway to the northwestern tip of Russia and includes northern Sweden and Finland. The Sámi reindeer herders live a nomadic life. They follow the instinctive migrations of the reindeer, from the interior plains to the coast in April and back to the interior in September.
On this trip, you will meet a family whose reindeer are in the summer pastures on the Nordkinn Peninsula. As the animals graze peacefully, we will enter the lavvo tent and sit around the crackling fire. Enjoy dried reindeer meat while listening to colorful stories and Joik songs, and get a real taste of the Sámi way of life.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes & warm clothes
- Minimum number of participants: 8
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season: fall, spring & summer

Rates:
Starting at €139, per person including tax


  ♦ Snowmobile safari in the heart of the Arctic (approx. 2 hours 30 mins):
Discover the incredible story of the indigenous Sámi people who inhabit the northernmost region of Europe. Known for their reindeer herding, traditional Duodji crafts and affinity with nature, the Sámi people have a rich history and culture.
The Sápmi, as the Sámi call it, is their territory, which stretches from central Norway to the northwestern tip of Russia and includes northern Sweden and Finland. The Sámi reindeer herders live a nomadic life. They follow the instinctive migrations of the reindeer, from the interior plains to the coast in April and back inland in September.
On this trip, you will meet a family whose reindeer are in the summer pastures on the Nordkinn Peninsula. As the animals graze peacefully, we will enter the lavvo tent and sit around the crackling fire. Enjoy dried reindeer meat while listening to colorful stories and Joik songs, and get a real taste of the Sámi way of life.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes & warm clothes. Thermal clothing is provided.
- Minimum number of participants: 1
- Level of effort : Important
- Season: winter & spring

Rates:
Starting at €399, per person including tax


  ♦ The North Cape, Platinum Exclusive Tour (approx. 2 hours 30 mins):
Discover the internationally renowned North Cape in the luxury of a private tour in a small group.
During the tour, an expert guide will reveal the area's secrets, including how life (whether people, wildlife or plants) has adapted to the contrasting Arctic climate and seasons of this remote area.
The high plateau of the North Cape offers an incredible view of the Barents Sea towards the North Pole. To celebrate their visit to the northernmost point of the European continent, most visitors also want to take a picture of the globe sculpture, which symbolises this place.
Our guide will then take you to the North Cape Hall to watch a panoramic film about the area and explore the museum, chapel and gift store. You will then enjoy some local treats before receiving your very own North Cape Certificate as a valuable souvenir to take home.

To Note:
- Only for platinum passengers
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing
- Minimum number of participants: 4
- Level of effort: suitable for all
- Season : all year round

Rates:
Starting at €369, per person including tax


  ♦ Tour of fishing villages (approx. 3 hours):
Enjoy the beautiful landscape and culture of Troms og Finnmark. Starting from Honningsvåg, we will travel through a beautiful landscape, while our guide will tell us about the local history.
We will stop in the village of Skarsvåg where we will visit the cozy "Christmas and Winter House". Stroll through the rooms full of shimmering decorations to the sound of festive music, where a variety of local products await you to take home. We will also be able to enjoy a hot drink and a piece of cake.
We then head to the northernmost fishing village in the world, Kamøyvær. We will explore this picturesque harbor bustling with busy fishermen, while a small fleet of fishing boats dances on the water. You will also visit the lovely gallery of artist Eva Schmutterer. The exhibition features handcrafted objects inspired by the surrounding landscape.
Weather permitting, we will stop at the Tufjorden viewpoint to contemplate the "Hornet". This natural rock formation is a sacred place for the Sámi people.

To Note:
- Bring comfortable shoes, warm clothes and windproof clothing
- Minimum number of participants: 12
- Level of effort: moderate
- Season : all year round

Rates:
Starting at €139 per person including tax


PLEASE NOTE:
- The itineraries of the excursions defined in the programs are provided as an indication, they can undergo variations because of external circumstances (for example: weather conditions...)
- The rates mentioned above are given as an indication.
Your cruise will take place on board the MS Richard With on the following dates:
  • 1st, 12th & 23rd of February 2023
  • 6th, 17th & 28th of March 2023
  • 8th, 19th & 30th of April 2023
  • 11th & 22nd of May 2023
  • 2nd,13th & 24th of June 2023
  • 5th, 16th & 27th of July 2023
  • 7th, 18th & 29th of August 2023
  • 9th & 20th of September 2023
  • 1st, 12th & 23rd of October 2023
  • 25th of November 2023
  • 6th, 17th & 28th of December 2023
  • 8th, 19th & 30th of January 2024
  • 10th & 21st of February 2024
  • 3rd, 14th & 25th of March 2024
  • The U and M categories are not available on board the MS Vesteralen on the following dates: >
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  • 10th & 21st of March 2023
  • 1st, 22nd & 23rd of April 2023
  • 4th, 15th & 26th of May 2023
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  • 9th, 20th & 31st of July 2023
  • 11th & 22nd of August 2023
  • 2nd, 13th & 24th of September 2023
  • 5th, 16tg & 27th of October 2023
  • 7th, 18th & 29th of November 2023
  • 10th & 21st of December 2023
  • 1st, 12th & 23rd of January 2024
  • 3rd, 14th & 25th of February 2024
  • 7th, 18th & 29th of March 2024
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