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Discover the Norwegian Fjords

Oslo, Bergen, Aurland, Alesund, Glomset

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13 days


  • Go on a private wild rib safari in the hope of spotting puffins and seals
  • Soak up some of the most outstanding scenery in the world 
  • Take the most beautiful train journey along the Flåmsbana railway line
  • Feast on local delicacies prepared on a fjord farm and pasture farm 
  • Explore the charm of some of Norway‘s most important cities

What’s Included

  • 12 nights Bed & Breakfast 
  • All private guiding 
  • Activities: RIB safaris, fly fishing, farm visits, bike tour, walking tour, funicular trip 
  • International Economy class flights
  • All local transfers and domestic flights

Example Itinerary

Day 1-3

OSLO, Norway

  • Ride above the water’s surface on a RIB safari around Oslofjord
  • Pedal through Oslo’s streets on a guided bike tour

Oslo is the definition of a green city, with plenty of parks, and easily-reachable forests and lakes only a tram ride away.

Begin your trip by flying to Oslo, where you’ll be staying two nights at Amerikalinjen. Once settled, explore the city by guided bike tour, cycling through small side streets to see some of the locals’ favourite hidden gems. Adrenaline seekers can spend an afternoon on the water on a RIB safari, splashing and speeding around Oslofjord whilst soaking up the coastal views. Known for its delicious food and trendy restaurants, let us make reservations for you to enjoy some of Oslo’s best fare.

Day 3-5

BERGEN, Norway

  • Enjoy a guided walking tour of this charming seaside town
  • Discover the colourful houses of Bryggen that line the harbour

Famous for its colourful wooden houses, Bergen is a pretty harbour city with opportunities to shop in the town and hike in the country.

Catch a domestic flight to Bergen for two nights at Opus XVI. With a private guide, head out on a walking tour of the city to explore its endless charm. Visit the colourful wooden houses along the seaside in Bryggen, stopping to recharge your batteries at the fish market for delicious fresh seafood along the way. Head up to the top of Fløyen Mountain on the Fløibanen Funicular for panoramic views of the city, before hiking down the mountain for a taste of nature. A visit to Edvard Greig’s house is a must for classical music lovers, widely considered one of the top composers of the romantic era.

Day 5-8


  • Fly fishing in the Aurlandselva River, filled with brown trout
  • Visit a pasture farm to try Norwegian goat products

Stay in the heart of Viking country amongst the dramatic Aurland scenery, right by the UNESCO-listed West Norwegian Fjords.

Take the famous Flåmsbana railway to Aurland, often described as the most beautiful train journey in the world, taking you through greenery and mountaintops. Here, you’ll be staying at 29.2 Aurland along the Aurlandselva River. Test your skills at one of the world’s best fly fishing destinations to catch a brown trout for dinner, or a salmon to release. Get in touch with nature whilst hiking to the graceful Tvindefossen waterfall, stopping along the way at Hovdungo pasture farm to meet the farmer and his goats. If you’re feeling hungry, try their delicious goat milk pancakes.

Day 8-10


  • Spot puffins and seals out at sea on a wild RIB safari
  • Take in the city’s architecture and sample local delicacies on a guided walking tour

Alesund is the heart of Norway‘s fjords and a charming waterfront city, entirely rebuilt after World War Two with pastel-coloured buildings.

Travel north to Alesund, where you’ll spend two nights at Hotel Brosundet. Set out on a private boat trip into Geirangerfjord to see three of Norway’s most majestic waterfalls; sail between mountains and see the country’s beauty from the water. Hop on a wild RIB safari, this time at sea, and you might even be lucky enough to spot puffins and seals in their natural habitats. Back on land, enjoy a privately guided walking tour of the city, exploring its cobbled streets and distinct German Art Nouveau architecture.

Day 10-13


  • Spend your final nights in one of Norway’s most incredible settings with sweeping fjord views
  • Climb aboard a private boat and head towards Geirangerfjord, one of Norway’s most beautiful fjords, and UNESCO World Heritage Site

Alesund is the heart of Norway’s fjords and a charming waterfront city, entirely rebuilt after World War Two with pastel-coloured buildings.

Final stop, the fjords of Sunnmøre Alps and a couple of nights at the stunning Stofjord Hotel. Discover local traditions and food culture at a charming and authentic fjord farm, close to Storfjord Hotel. Try local produce and taste traditional Norwegian dishes courtesy of your hosts, as they tell you about life on their farm. On your final full day, explore the fjords and Sunnmøre Alps from the water as you cruise from your hotel to Hotel Union Øye, through the magnificent Hjørundfjord. Stop for lunch before cruising home for your final night in Norway.

Andy & Dawn

What an amazing country. The most warm, welcoming people and such a vast range of things to do and see. The landscape throughout our trip simply blew us away.


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