2 nights in Bergen
2 nights in Tromsø
Explore the best of Bergen’s culture and natural beauty, then journey to Tromsø for an Arctic adventure. Fjord cruises, cultural experiences, and unforgettable hikes await.
Day to day itinerary
FOOD & CULTURE WALK
EXPLORE THE CITY OF BERGEN
Bergen is a city full of history in both culture and food and this tour is focusing on the food traditions as well as Bergens interesting culture and people.
Discover Bergen with all your senses. On this tour, we walk through the oldest part of the city and its story. You will be accompanied by a local guide with exciting stories and taste local food. You will also learn more about the city, local food traditions and history.
LUNCH AT ISLET AND DINNER WITH A CITY-VIEW
Start your day with breakfast at the hotel and get ready to experience the archipelago. A boat will pick you up at the city center and you are in for an adventure of islets, coves and the beautiful and wild west coast.
Along the journey you go ashore where your host will prepare lunch in the open air. Enjoy your meal in peaceful environments before returning to the city center.
Your day continues as you head for the cable car up the tallest mountain surrounding Bergen. Here you can enjoy your dinner as you take in the stunning views of Bergen and the city fjord.
From historical bergen to
aurora in tromsø
Begin your day at Edvard Grieg’s cherished Troldhaugen, a pilgrimage site for music enthusiasts. Explore the composer’s home, villa, cottage, and concert hall, where over 300 concerts are held annually.
Next, journey north to Tromsø, where winter nights host the mesmerizing Northern Lights. Tromsø, the “Gateway to the Arctic” and the “Paris of the North,” is a hub of culture, science, and adventure, offering a unique blend of modern amenities and Arctic heritage.
Enjoy a comfortable stay at Scandic Ishavshotel and embark on a Sami and reindeer experience, immersing yourself in Sami culture, reindeer sledding, and the chance to witness the Northern Lights dancing in the Arctic sky. A day filled with cultural exploration and natural wonders awaits you.
WHALE WATCHING AND CITY STROLLING
Cruise into the Arctic waters aboard the luxurious yacht, Arctic Queen, on a mesmerizing whale safari. While no whale sightings are guaranteed, the beauty of Northern Norway’s snowy landscapes and the chance to encounter orcas, humpback whales, and minke whales make this experience extraordinary. Certified skippers share stories and local history, and a serving of local fish soup awaits you on the return journey to Tromsø.
Continue your day with a guided city walk in Tromsø, known as the “Paris of the North.” Uncover the city’s cultural richness and captivating history as you explore its vibrant urban center situated well above the Polar Circle. Immerse yourself in the local way of life with insights from your guide, and discover the highlights of this exceptional city.
DOG SLEDDING IN THE LYNGEN ALPS
Discover the rich history of dog sledding, once a lifeline for transporting goods, now a beloved sport and lifestyle in northern Norway. Embark on an exhilarating dogsledding journey through the Lyngen Alps, guided by enthusiastic Alaskan huskies.
Navigate tree-lined trails and open terrain while savoring breathtaking views of majestic mountains and fjords. Before setting off, receive a sled-handling briefing, as the eager dogs become your team. You’ll play the role of musher, steering your sled alongside the canine companions. After the adventure, warm up by the fireplace and indulge in a traditional lunch of moose or reindeer stew, accompanied by hot drinks. Learn about the Moose, Alaska Huskies, and the daily life of these loyal four-legged friends.
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