9 Days in Norway

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Day One

Welcome to Oslo, the capital of Norway. Established over 1,000 years old, its now home to a vibrant scene with the largest number of bars and restaurants per capita and plentiful night life. Oslo is home to the Viking Ship and the Kon-Tiki museums, as well as the famous Holmenkollen ski jump and the Oslo Opera House.

You’ll be met at the airport for your private transfer to your hotel. Check into your hotel and enjoy your afternoon and evening at leisure.

Day Two

Today, your private guide will with share the highlights of Oslo. See the Opera House and the Royal Residence then visit City Hall where the Nobel Peace Prize is presented each year.

Oslo’s museums are gems and not to be missed! Visit the Fram Museum and step on board the world’s strongest wooden ship, the polar ship Fram. Follow the course of Thor Heyerdahl’s extraordinary Pacific Ocean expeditions on his raft, Kon-Tiki. Marvel at the intricately-crafted and wonderfully-preserved ancient viking ships at the Viking Ship Museum (set to reopen in 2026/2027).

Day Three

After breakfast, you’ll take a short flight to Bergen, set in the heart of Scandinavia’s fjord region. After checking in at your hotel, enjoy a leisurely lunch.

In the afternoon, you’ll be taken on a private tour of this bustling port town. Visit Bryggen, Bergen’s historic harbor district and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll the fish market then explore the stroll the charming streets paved with wooden walkways.

Day Four

Go on an early morning drive to Myrdal, where you will board the Flamsbana train, considered one of the most scenic train rides in the world. You’ll journey ends in Flåm, a breathtaking village located at the innermost point of Aurlandsfjord. After lunch, glide in a kayak through the calm waters of the fjord.

After your kayak, you’ll board an electric ferry and sail the Sognefjord, Norway’s longest and deepest fjord. Your journey will be filled by exceptional natural beauty, high mountains and roaring waterfalls. Debark in Bergen and return to your hotel for the night.

Day Five

This morning, you’ll take a short flight to Ålesund, widely regarded as Norway’s most beautiful city. Check into your hotel and get settled. Once a warehouse for local fisheries, its now a boutique hotel where history meets luxury.

This afternoon, explore Ålesund at your leisure. Here you’ll find Art Nouveau architecture, culture, beautiful shops, and local art. Food is an experience here too with the most tasteful fish and even the best locally brewed coffee in all of Norway.

Day Six

Make your way to Ålesund harbor where you will board a ferry and sail through Geirangerfjord, one of Norway’s most visited fjords and included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Upon reaching Geiranger, you’ll be taken on a privately guided e-bike tour. Geiranger’s well-known and breathtaking scenery provides the perfect backdrop for some of the most outstanding biking to be had in Norway.

Once you’ve finished exploring Geiranger, you’ll board the ferry back to Ålesund.

Day Seven

This morning you are northbound with a short flight to Trondheim, a former Viking stronghold. After checking in at your hotel, enjoy a leisurely lunch.

This afternoon, your private guide will show you the highlights of Trondheim including the 11th century Nidaros Cathedral and Bakklandet with its wooden houses and cobblestone walkways.

Day Eight

Today you’ll go by private car to Oppdal for a musk ox safari. Dovrefjell National Park is the only place in Norway, and one of few places in the world, where you can experience the majestic musk ox. Your guide will be tracking the musk ox while also giving insight into the surrounding flora and fauna. You may also spy birds of prey, reindeer and beautiful lichens during the hike.

Day Nine

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel. Afterwards, your private transfer will be waiting for you to take you to the airport for your onward flight home.

Our theory on Norway

Norway is one my favorite places that I’ve visited. The beauty of the Nordic fjords is unreal! If you have extra time in Flåm, take a quick car ride up to Stegastein Viewpoint. Here you’ll find a glass-sided walkway jutting out from the moutainside, 650 meters above the water’s surface, making for stunning views of Aurlandsfjord (and a perfect spot for those Instagrammable pics!)


Traveling to Norway is one of my fondest memories, and I encourage everyone to explore this beautiful country. The dramatic landscapes with fjords and mountainsides are incomparable. There is so much history and incredible culture to take in.

Don’t miss exploring Bryggen, Bergen’s historical harbor (and World Heritage Site) – incredible food and charming shops!


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