Norway tour packages

Discover the breathtaking beauty of Norway with our exclusive tour packages. Norway, known for its stunning fjords, majestic mountains, and vibrant cities, offers a wealth of natural wonders and cultural experiences. With our Norway tour packages, you can immerse yourself in the enchanting landscapes, explore charming coastal towns, and witness the awe-inspiring Northern Lights.

Experience the thrill of cruising along the dramatic fjords, surrounded by towering cliffs and cascading waterfalls. Embark on thrilling adventures like hiking through pristine national parks, skiing down snow-covered slopes, or kayaking in crystal-clear waters. Marvel at the beauty of iconic landmarks such as the Geirangerfjord, Trolltunga, and the iconic Pulpit Rock.

Norway’s cities, including Oslo, Bergen, and Tromsø, offer a vibrant blend of modernity and tradition. Explore the rich history and culture of these cities through their museums, art galleries, and historic landmarks. Delight your taste buds with delicious Nordic cuisine, from freshly caught seafood to mouthwatering local delicacies.

For nature enthusiasts, Norway is a paradise. From the majestic Northern Lights dancing across the Arctic sky to the midnight sun illuminating the summer nights, the natural wonders of Norway will leave you in awe. Capture the beauty of the Lofoten Islands, hike the famous trails of the Norwegian Trekking Association, or embark on a thrilling wildlife safari in search of reindeer, polar bears, and whales.

Our Norway tour packages are designed to provide you with a seamless and unforgettable travel experience. Whether you are a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or a cultural enthusiast, Norway has something for everyone. Let us take care of the details while you create lifelong memories in the land of fjords and Vikings. Book your Norway tour package today and embark on an extraordinary journey through this Nordic gem.

Tour PackagesCategoriesPrices (USD)
Fjord ExplorationNature & Outdoor$1,200 – $2,500
Northern LightsWildlife & Nature$1,500 – $3,000
Arctic AdventureAdventure$2,000 – $4,000
City SightseeingCultural & City$800 – $1,500
Coastal CruiseCruise & Relax$2,500 – $5,000
Hiking ExpeditionActive & Trekking$1,800 – $3,500

The best time to visit Norway is during the summer months from June to August. This is when the weather is the mildest, and the days are long with the famous midnight sun in the northern regions. It’s the perfect time to explore Norway’s stunning landscapes, hike its picturesque trails, and enjoy outdoor activities like kayaking, fishing, and wildlife spotting.

During this time, popular tourist destinations such as the fjords, Lofoten Islands, and coastal towns are bustling with visitors. The temperatures are pleasant, ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F), making it ideal for exploring the breathtaking nature and participating in various outdoor adventures.

If you’re interested in witnessing the spectacular Northern Lights, the best time to visit Norway is from late autumn to early spring, particularly between September and March. During this period, the nights are long, providing optimal conditions to observe this natural phenomenon in the northern parts of the country.

However, it’s important to note that Norway’s weather can be unpredictable, and even in the summer, rain showers and cooler temperatures are common. It’s advisable to pack layers of clothing, including waterproof jackets and comfortable shoes, to be prepared for changing weather conditions.

Whether you choose to visit during the summer or winter months, Norway’s natural beauty and captivating landscapes will leave you in awe. Book your Norway tour package and embark on an unforgettable journey through this Nordic wonderland.

  1. Oslo
  2. Bergen
  3. Alesund
  4. Tromso
  5. Trondheim
  6. Stavanger
  7. Kristiansand

Norway tour packages


Immerse yourself in the rich history and vibrant atmosphere of Oslo, the capital city of Norway, with our Norway tour packages. Formerly known as Christiania and Kristiania, Oslo is situated in the southeastern part of the country, offering breathtaking views of the Oslo Fjord. As you explore this captivating city, you will uncover its fascinating past and architectural marvels.

Founded by King Harald Hardraade in the 11th century, Oslo has a storied history that is reflected in its landmarks. The Akershus fortification, constructed by King Haakon V in the 14th century, stands as a testament to the city’s medieval roots. Following a devastating fire in 1624, Christian IV of Denmark-Norway rebuilt Oslo to the west, within the protective walls of the Akershus fortification, and named it Christiania. Throughout the 19th century, Christiania flourished and grew, surpassing Bergen to become the country’s largest and most influential metropolis.

With our Norway tour packages, you will have the opportunity to explore the iconic attractions of Oslo. Visit Frogner Park and marvel at the renowned Vigeland Installation, a stunning collection of sculptures that depicts the human experience in all its facets. Journey to the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, an impressive structure that offers panoramic views of the city and houses a fascinating museum dedicated to skiing and winter sports. Take a leisurely cruise along the Oslo Fjord and admire the picturesque landscapes that surround the city. Discover the artistic treasures of the Norwegian National Gallery, which houses an extensive collection of works by renowned artists.

Embark on a memorable journey through time and culture with our Norway tour packages, and experience the allure of Oslo firsthand. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this captivating city, soak in its rich history, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Book your Norway tour package today and let us guide you on an unforgettable adventure.


Explore the captivating city of Bergen, Norway’s second-largest city and a gateway to the breathtaking West Norwegian Fjords, with our Norway tour packages. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Bergen’s stunning natural surroundings have earned it international acclaim. Its picturesque landscapes, including beaches, fjords, and mountains, offer endless opportunities for outdoor adventures and trekking.

While Bergen covers a large area, its downtown district is compact and easily explored on foot. This charming city is home to a vibrant cultural scene and an underground music culture that has produced some of Norway’s most renowned artists. The unpredictable weather adds to Bergen’s unique character, and its rich history as the former capital of Norway is still proudly celebrated by locals.

The city’s identity is deeply intertwined with its stunning geography, characterized by rugged mountains, fjords, and lakes. The traditional Norwegian wooden houses, scattered throughout Bergen, give the city a distinct charm and contribute to its old-world ambiance. As you wander through the streets, you’ll witness the fascinating blend of traditional architecture and modern developments.

With a population of approximately 286,000 people, Bergen stretches across 40-50 kilometers and is surrounded by majestic mountains, fjords, and lakes. While the outskirts of the city may be less explored by tourists, the compact downtown area is easily navigable on foot. The Bergen Railway, established in 1909, connected the city to eastern Norway, overcoming the challenges posed by the twisting fjords and imposing mountain ranges.

Experience the enchantment of Bergen with our Norway tour packages, and immerse yourself in the city’s rich history, vibrant culture, and awe-inspiring landscapes. Discover the charm of its wooden houses, venture into the surrounding nature, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Book your Norway tour package today and embark on an unforgettable journey to Bergen.

These things should be seen if you are visiting Bergen in a Norway Holiday package .

  • Old Bergen Museum
  • Bryggen
  • Fjord cruises
  • Fløyen
  • Torgalmenningen Square
  • Bergenhus Fortress
  • KODE Art Museum


Discover the captivating city of Alesund in western Norway with our Norway tour packages. Situated north of the mouth of Stor Fjord, Alesund is a picturesque port city spread across multiple islands, including Nrvya, Aspya, Heissa (Hessa), and Oksnya, connected by charming bridges.

The history of Alesund dates back to the 9th century when Rollo the Ganger is believed to have established a chieftain seat in the area. However, it wasn’t until 1848 that the town was officially recognized as a township. The city’s unique charm lies in its remarkable Art Nouveau architecture, a result of its reconstruction after the devastating fire of 1904. The buildings, crafted in stone, showcase exquisite details and ornate designs, adding to Alesund’s allure.

Alesund serves as a commercial hub for the region and offers access to stunning natural wonders. Explore the majestic mountains of the Sunnmre area, venture into the Norang valley, witness the awe-inspiring ye glaciers, and visit the picturesque islands of Runde and Giske. As one of the main fishing harbors in Norway, Alesund is renowned for its Arctic sealing fleet and abundant cod and halibut fisheries.

Alesund is also home to Alesund University College, which was formed in 1994 through the consolidation of three separate educational institutions. With a municipal population of approximately 46,316, Alesund combines its rich history, vibrant culture, and natural splendor to create a truly captivating destination.

Embark on a remarkable journey to Alesund as part of our Norway tour packages and immerse yourself in the city’s fascinating history, marvel at its stunning architecture, and explore the breathtaking landscapes that surround it. Book your Norway tour package today and experience the charm of Alesund firsthand.

  1. Ålesund Harbor
  2. Art Nouveau Ålesund
  3. Ålesund’s Town Park
  4. Atlantic Sea-Park
  5. Fjord Cruise in Hjørundfjord
  6. Sunnmøre Museum
  7. Runde, the Bird Island

Troms - Norway tour package Speciality

Experience the vibrant and breathtaking city of Troms as part of our Norway tour packages. Troms surprises visitors with its lively atmosphere, rich art and history, elegant charm, and renowned nightlife. Nestled amidst stunning natural beauty, Troms offers a perfect blend of culture and scenic landscapes.

Home to the northernmost university in the world, Troms boasts a highly educated population and is a hub for research centers and satellite-based businesses. The locals embody the warmth, humor, and straightforwardness that the North is known for, creating a welcoming and friendly atmosphere.

Troms has a fascinating history that dates back 11,000 years. The city’s first church was completed in 1252, marking the beginning of Troms’ role as a religious center for the region. However, trade and industry suffered as Bergen and Trondheim dominated the south.

In 1794, Troms was granted a city charter to promote trade in Northern Norway. Despite initial setbacks due to the Napoleonic Wars, Troms quickly became a flourishing commercial hub with connections to Arkhangelsk and Central Europe. Arctic trapping also became a significant industry in the region.

Early travelers were amazed by Troms, dubbing it the “Paris of the North” as they encountered a city where French was spoken, fashion was up-to-date, and cultural awareness prevailed beyond the Arctic Circle. Today, visitors to Troms can explore its vibrant art scene, delve into its captivating history, indulge in superb cuisine, and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty that surrounds the city.

Book your Norway tour package and discover the wonders of Troms, immersing yourself in its unique blend of culture, nature, and vibrant city life. Experience the charm of Troms firsthand and create unforgettable memories in this captivating destination.

  • Arctic Cathedral
  • reindeer or husky sled ride
  • whale safari
  • cable car
  • Planetarium & Science Center
  • Arctic-Alpine Botanical Garden
  • Tromsø Ice Domes
  • Polaria
  • Storgata Street
  • day trip to Sommarøy


Trondheim, located in central Norway, is a historic port city. It is located on a protected peninsula at the mouth of the Nidelva, 23 miles (37 km) southeast of the Norwegian Sea, on the southern shore of the deeply incised Trondheims Fjord (river).

It was established as the village of Kaupangr by King Olaf I Tryggvason in 997. He also built a church and the royal residence, Kongsgrd, there. The city became well-known as a pilgrimage site as a result of the legend surrounding the miraculous preservation of King Olaf II Haraldsson’s (later St. Olaf) body, which had been buried there after his death in combat at nearby Stiklestad. One of the finest churches in Scandinavia is the present-day Nidaros Cathedral (12th–14th century; Norman–Gothic style). On the site of Olaf’s grave, the first church was built in 1075. It has been destroyed numerous times and rebuilt; the most recent, which began in 1869, is still unfinished. In 1152, the archbishopric of Nidaros was created.

Over the next 200 years, Bergen’s prosperity as a hub of trade and shipping declined after the German Hanseatic merchants took control of northern Europe’s trade and made Bergen their main port. In the past 500 years, at least 15 fires have destroyed its wooden structures, and the city’s decline persisted into the late 19th century. It suffered severe damage during the 17th-century wars with Sweden. The city has expanded considerably since the first rail link between Trondheim and Oslo was completed in 1877. In 1921, a second, more direct rail line was finished.

Things to do in TRONDHEIM  during Norway tour package –


  • Visit Nidaros Cathedral
  • Ringve Museum
  • Bakklandet
  • National Museum of Decorative Arts
  • Trøndelag Folk Museum
  • Archbishop’s Palace Museum
  • Rockheim


Explore Stavanger and the region with urban Stavanger, countless surrounding islands, Sandnes with the famous mountain top Kjerag, long-stretched beaches along the Norwegian Scenic route Jaeren, mountains and fjords, lunar landscapes in Magma UNESCO Global Geopark or the winter paradise Sirdal.

The Stavanger region has a lot to offer – the city with spectacular street art, Stavanger art museum, some of the best restaurants in Norway, museums for all ages, Old Stavanger, Stavanger cathedral and the street of colours, Fargegaten. All this is in short distance to countless green islands at Finnøy and Rennesøy, including the absolute gem of an island in the middle of the ocean, Kvitsøy.

  • Gamle Stavanger (Old Stavanger)
  • Lysefjord
  • Stavanger Cathedral
  • Petroleum Museum
  • Sverd i fjell
  • Norwegian Canning Museum
  • Stavanger Art Museum
  • Øvre Holmegate
  • Stavanger Maritime Museum
  • Breidablikk Museum
  • Skagenkaien


Discover the charming town and harbor of Kristiansand in southern Norway as part of our Norway tour packages. Situated at the mouth of the Otra River on the Skagerrak, Kristiansand is the most populous settlement in the Srlandet region.

Founded and fortified by King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway in 1641, Kristiansand is steeped in history. The Christiansholm fortification, built in 1660 and now a popular tourist attraction, stands as a testament to the city’s past. While Christian IV had ambitious plans for the city, it didn’t emerge as a major economic center until the late 19th century.

Today, Kristiansand has transformed from a quiet fishing village into a bustling transit hub and a significant stop along the Oslo-Stavanger railway. The city operates a vehicle ferry to Hirtshals, Denmark, and a cargo service to various European and US ports. Kjevik Airport, located to the northeast, offers direct flights to Copenhagen and other major cities in Norway.

Kristiansand is also an important industrial hub, with shipyards, textile mills, metal processing factories, and wood processing facilities contributing to its thriving economy. The city’s food industry, especially the preparation of wheat and fish, plays a crucial role.

During your Norway tour package, explore the attractions and activities in Kristiansand. From exploring the historic fortifications to enjoying the picturesque harbor, there’s something for everyone in this vibrant city. Immerse yourself in the local culture, savor the delicious cuisine, and experience the warm hospitality of Kristiansand.

  • Dyrepark (Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park)
  • Ravnedalen
  • Posebyen
  • Kristiansand Cannon Museum
  • Kristiansand Museum
  • Strandpromenaden (Kristiansand Boardwalk)
  • Odderøya
  • Fiskebrygga
  • Kristiansand Cathedral

Frequently asked questions about Norway tour Packages

What is the currency of Norway ?
The currency of the Kingdom of Norway is the krone, also written as kroner. English speakers have long referred to it as the Norwegian crown. Although it is theoretically divisible into 100 re, the last re-denominated coins were removed in 2012.
Where northern lights is most visible in Norway ?
Below are the areas where Northern lights are visible in Norway 🙂 Alta Troms Lyngenfjord Nordkapp norway varanger varanger Bod Lofoten Narvik Kirkeness Savlbard Senja Vesteralen
Which countries can be done together with Norway tour package ?
Finland, Sweden are the two neighbouring countries with which Norway tour package can be clubbed.
Is English spoken in Norway ?
It is possible to get by in Norway only on your command of the English language. The Norwegian population has one of the highest rates of English competence compared to other non-native speaking countries.In this article, we take a closer look at how the Norwegians use English and discuss the question of whether or not native English speakers are allowed to live and work in Norway. The majority of Norwegians speak a language other than Norwegian at home. Over 90% of Norwegians can converse in English as a second language.Norway is one of the top five non-native English-speaking countries, ranking only below its Scandinavian neighbors and the Netherlands on the EF Educations English Proficiency Index.