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No one takes you deeper into the Norwegian fjords than the experienced captains and crew on Hurtigruten. And no one takes you closer to the people who live there, their culture, traditions and way of life. So if you are looking for a voyage filled with real cultural insight, active experiences and delicious food from Norway’s Coastal Kitchen, then you should look no further. Welcome on board the original coastal voyage with Hurtigruten.
We have several exciting new offerings this year, including a new ship — MS Spitsbergen — and a number of new expeditions. In addition to our expeditions to Antarctica, the Chilean fjords, Spitsbergen and Greenland, you can now venture into the Amazon Rainforest, sail in the wake of Viking explorers to Canada and Newfoundland and join a variety of other interesting ocean crossings. No matter what ship you choose to travel on, you will get the opportunity to connect with your inner explorer — that’s a promise.
Follow in the footsteps of Edvard Grieg, Norway's national composer, on one of 12 special Cultural Voyages in April and May 2016. Sail along Norway's spectacular coastline, through a landscape that has shaped and defined Norwegian art, music and history. Take part in an array of stimulating cultural activities and concerts, both on-board and ashore.
Discover the majesty and rugged beauty of the Norwegian coastline, dine on locally sourced, authentic food, enjoy hiking in specially selected port locations, explore the flora and fauna, fishing traditions, polar & Viking history of Norway and learn about its geology, glaciology and climate. We have voyaged around Norway for more than 120 years, with our small ships taking you up close to the fjords, waterways and ports. Whether you long for 24 hours a day of sunlight, or dream of seeing the splendour of the Northern Lights, join us on an unforgettable journey and explore Norway for yourself.
Join us on on expedition to some of the world's most remote polar lands. Regardless of the destination, you'll encounter nature's extreme beauty, incredible wildlife, and fascinating cultures.