Explore fjords and volcanoes, abundant wildlife, and charming coastal villages as Norway and Iceland impress you with their spectacular scenery. When you choose a cruise tour to Iceland and Norway, you'll be able to see wildlife in Spitsbergen and up close during a trip on a zodiac or kayak.
See mountain ranges, fjords, and forest-clad valleys as you sail. Admire medieval architecture and artifacts. Locals can tell stories about legends passed down from their ancestors. This land is replete with adventure, not only because of its rugged terrain but also because of its Viking history. Take a look at some of the incredible sights this place offers.
Norway and Iceland are full of natural splendors. Experience the tidal currents within Breidafjordur Bay while admiring seascapes, fjords, and other scenery in Grundarfjördur. Experience a wellness retreat in the mineral-rich waters of Reykjavik's Blue Lagoon. Take a flightseeing tour of Akureyri's Godafoss Waterfall, the waterfall of the gods. On a Norway and Iceland cruise, you'll experience Mother Nature's crown jewels up close and personal.
You can see the gorgeous green sky in Alta, the "City of the Northern Lights." Enjoy 24 hours of daylight on a cruise in Iceland during the summer solstice. You can also stop by Honningsvag at the end of the day to see the Midnight Sun. Our journey is just as exciting as the wonders themselves.
Some may say Iceland is the world's leading nation regarding healthy eating. Icelandic cuisine contains some freshest meat and seafood you'll ever taste. Its air is clean, and its waters are unpolluted. Discover Iceland's oldest - and most unusual - traditional cuisine: fermented shark. Or indulge in the wild lamb that roams the Highlands. You'll usually find langoustine (Icelandic lobster) and dried fish in Reykjavik's finest restaurants and local eateries. Skyr, the silky, sour Icelandic yogurt, is a healthy dessert paired with sweet berries.
A visit to Bergen by Foot and Funicular will give you beautiful views of the city and surrounding area. There are more than seven mountains around Bergen, and a funicular railway will take you to the top of Mount Floyen. You'll be in the clouds with some of our shore excursions. Flying through Akureyri will take you past Odafoss waterfall and Lake Myvatn, a beautiful volcanic lake.
Take a cruise to Norway and Iceland and discover some of the most renowned destinations in the world.
Akureyri is the most pleasant town in Iceland, a city with a tranquil atmosphere. Experience Iceland's therapeutic Myvatn natural baths, one of the country's most popular attractions. Visit the Botanical Gardens to observe over 2,000 types of plants. Cruising to Iceland and Norway will take you to Akureyri, where you can experience fire and ice.
Visit Bergen on a Norway cruise to experience its beauty, history, and culture. An excursion exploring Hardangerfjord, the world's third-largest fjord, is one of the most memorable experiences of your life. Walk on Bryggen Wharf - a World Heritage Site preserving wooden buildings from the Hanseatic League era in UNESCO's Schotstuene Museum.
See how Grundarfjordur's heroic past can be revealed on a cruise to Iceland. Climb a temple dedicated to Thor that once stood on the "Holy Mountain." Visit Berserkergata, Iceland's 4,000year-old lava field, and read sagas tales of migration, war, religion, and mythology. The fishing village of Arnarstapi offers opportunities to observe gulls, fulmars, and kittiwakes, among others.
Natural wonders await you in Reykjavik. Enjoy a swim in Iceland's Blue Lagoon, then walk across jagged ice formations to cool off during an Iceland cruise. The Thingvellir National Park offers horse rides across the countryside, helicopter rides over volcanic craters, and snorkeling. Sailing to this region provides a unique opportunity to experience Iceland's capital.
It is Stavanger that has the most fame in Norway. Discover how sardines are smoked and canned in the nation's capital. Visit the Utstein Kloster church, once the seat of Augustine monks and home of a 12th-century abbey, and enjoy music performance. Take a tour of Europe's most extensive collection of wooden buildings at Old Stavanger while on your Norway cruise.
Tromso is teeming with wonders, including the Northern Lights, from the skies above to the fjords below. A Norway cruise includes visiting the city's Polar Museum, a museum about arctic hunting. Learn about the racing careers of championship dogs at Husky Wilderness Camp. The city's best views can be enjoyed by taking a cable car to the top of Mt. Storsteinen.