Norwegian Fjords Tours & Holidays
Join us on a Norwegian Fjords holiday
The striking, UNESCO-protected fjords of Norway are a defining feature of this Scandinavian nation’s clean and timeless natural beauty.
With peaks garnished with fresh, white snow and the blossoming colours of the trees lining the mountains and shores, the Norwegian fjords are a destination that simultaneously radiates timelessness yet well-timed beauty year-round. Carved by glacial activity, these fjords have been millions of years - and several Ice Ages - in the making.
Norway is one of the finest Scandinavian travel destinations, with visitors venturing from all over the world to witness the Northern Lights or to cosy up in the heart of the country, Oslo. But one of the most sought after Norwegian sights is Sognefjord, also known as the King of the Fjords. The beast of a waterway is Norway's longest and deepest (plunging to depths of 4,291 ft) splitting off into stunning the arms Naeroyfjord, Fjaerlandsfjord and Lusterfjord on the west coast of Norway. If you have time on your Norwegian fjords holiday, take a scenic journey on the legendary Flam Railway, a unique train that will transport you through the mountains, villages, and valleys in spectacular fashion.
If you're wondering how you can see the Norwegian fjords in the best possible light, it's via a cruise. This is by far the best way to take it all in. Can you imagine waking up to sunrise over one of these glacial valleys? Heaven. Sail through the region’s most scenic waterways and landscapes on a Norwegian fjords cruise, getting the opportunity to witness the Fureberg Waterfall at its most ferocious, to marvel at North Europe’s tallest sea cliff Nordfjord and over to the staggering peaks of UNESCO-listed Naeroyfjord.
Things to see at the Norwegian Fjords
Ice Age after Ice Age is responsible for these gorgeous U-shaped valleys, glittering peaks, and vast bodies of water. Here's what to explore.