Summer in Norway

Summer in Norway

With pleasant weather, unbelievably lush surrounding, and the midnight sun, Norway hosts a non-stop party in the summer. Enjoy a road trip across the picturesque south, taking in the might of the fjords, and enjoying summer to the fullest. There’s no where else in the world where you can camp out in the wild, go skinny dipping, hike through valleys, cruise through fjords and more – with no nightfall in sight!
 

Arrive in Oslo and get settled in your accommodation. Explore your neighborhood in Oslo

The Oslofjord is the perfect introduction to Norway’s gorgeous fjords. Take a ferry and go island hopping between the islands in the inner Oslo Fjord. The islands are popular places to go swimming in the summer, but each island has its unique character and history worth exploring

Head out of the city and take in the Norweigian countryside. You will pass through a scenic route with colourful houses nestled in green countryside, winding roads and quaint villages. Make pit stops in Holmestrand, Risor and more and you will reach Kristiansand by evening.

Another Scenic drive awaits, and this time, stop at Helleren, Sogndalstrand Hafrsfjord and Lindesnes for hidden houses, historic towns, ancient viking monuments and of course, gorgeous scenery

Get acquainted with the sights of this picturesque city, from its colourful harbour to its old town. The nearby Lysefjord is the highlight of this region with hikes to Kjerag, Flørli stairs, and the iconic Preikestolen.

Take in the charming town of Stavanger and the wonders of the mighty Naerofjord. With its steep mountainsides, hanging valleys, towering peaks, snowfields, waterfalls and small hamlets, this fjord is perhaps the most outstanding natural attraction in Norway

Combine with two days in Amsterdam or Copenhagen to have the best of both worlds!