Norway Cruise Holidays
Norway Cruise Holiday Highlights
Dramatic fjords, cascading waterfalls, towering mountain peaks – lose yourself in the beauty of the great outdoors on a Norway cruise from Southampton.
Think of Norway, and the first thing that comes to mind will likely be the region’s dramatic natural beauty. And while that beauty is undeniable, the fjords are so much more than a pretty face. The region is a haven for sporty, fun and adventurous activities that will get you out and breathing in the fresh fjordic air – all with spectacular scenery as your backdrop, of course.
Explore Norway on a Cruise Holiday
Imagine the wind in your hair as you glide peacefully through crystal-clear waters, surrounded by towering mountain peaks and cascading waterfalls; or the serene beauty of a colourful village covered in a light dusting of powdery snow. For some of the world’s most dramatic scenery, head north: whether you explore by water, land or sky, a cruise to Norway & Iceland has all the elements.
Few sights on this earth are more breathtaking than the Northern Lights. The natural phenomenon is typically visible from September to April, illuminating the night sky with vibrant, dancing colour. We offer a number of cruises that travel to ports such as Tromsø, Alta, Åndalsnes and Stavanger in search of the aurora borealis, this awe-inspiring show.
The calm, clear waters of Norway’s fjords are surrounded by towering cliffs and waterfalls, and the experience of sailing through them reminds you of the beauty and power of the natural world. Many Norwegian Fjords cruises sail through Sognefjord, the world’s longest and deepest fjord, and the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, to name but two.
The Baltic is like a fairytale come to life. Nestled between rolling green hills and tranquil fjords, the Norwegian capital of Oslo is a compact city that’s perfect for exploring on foot or on two wheels. Marvel at the city’s modern architecture in the shape of the sculptural glass Opera House and the striking Barcode, 12 individually designed buildings of different heights and widths.