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Norway your way with Bentours

Norway’s natural wonders will astound even the most seasoned traveller with incredibly steep fjords of extraordinary beauty, cascading waterfalls and grand glaciers that never melt.


No matter how you prefer to explore this wonderful Scandinavian country, the specialist team at Bentours have you covered.


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From amazing cruises along Norway's coastline, epic 16-day journeys, such as Compete Norway, that incorporate rail, stunning self-drive tours in the Lofoten Islands, and deluxe coach options through the land of fjords. 


Norway’s crowning glory is its fjord heartland of Western Norway, a maze of sparkling waterways cutting through stark cliff faces. Many of Norway’s natural wonders have been recognised internationally for their astounding beauty.


Take the UNESCO World Heritage Naeroy Fjord, featured on the Norway in a Nutshell fjord tour, where the sheer mountains plunge into the deep sea creating a striking sight no matter the season. There is no better place in the world to do such a fjords cruise, where breathtaking sheer cliffs surround you and sea eagles soar above.


In the summer and spring, Bentours in partnership with Hurtigruten, run Explorer Voyages up to Svalbard and as well as disembarking to explore the fascinating landscapes, you can spot local interesting marine life from the outer decks and comfort of the onboard panorama lounges. 


Animals such as the Norwegian walrus, Ringed seals and whales such as the Beluga Whale, Killer whale and Sperm whale. Whether on land or sea, Norway has an abundance of wildlife to spot.


With Hurtigruten ships especially equipped with viewing areas and even photography centres to develop your snaps, and here under the midnight sun you can also spot polar bears, arctic foxes and elk.


There is no better way to embrace Norway than with Bentours. For more information, visit


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Published: 18 February 2019

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