Day 1 - 2:Qatar Airways N/Wcl Ex SYD to Tromso OJ CPH
Depart from either: Sydney
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Thu 17 Jun 2021
1:00 AM to 1:00 AM
Day 2:Private Car Transfer - Airport to Hotel Day 2 - 3:Radisson Blu Tromso
This charming hotel enjoys a prime setting at the heart of Tromso. The hotel is located just a short walking distance away from the famous Ishavskatedralen. This hotel offers guests the perfect setting from which to explore the attractions that this wonderful city has to offer. Links to the public transport network are located nearby. The airport is situated just 5 km from the hotel. This wonderful hotel enjoys a charming architectural design. The guest rooms are superbly appointed, exuding elegance and charm. The rooms are well equipped with modern amenities, offering the utmost in comfort and convenience. Guests can enjoy the ultimate rejuvenation in the spa area.
Day 3:Private Car Transfer - Hotel to Port Day 3:Arrive Tromsø, Embark Ship
Excitement builds as we meet you on arrival and whisk you to your ship. Kick things off with a glass of bubbly before the first of many memorable meals on board. 15 Nights, MS Hebridean Sky
Wake in the world’s northernmost town. Norway’s city of Hammerfest is the launch pad for Arctic adventure, lying at the gateway to the Barents Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Set on a natural harbour, Hammerfest has long been inhabited by the Sámi people, the indigenous people of the north. Today is your opportunity to learn about Sámi culture and glimpse into their way of life as reindeer herders.
Day 5:Lofoten Islands
Norway’s west coast is unquestionably one of the world’s most beautiful destinations, and when it comes to scenery, the Lofoten Islands takes the cake. Cruising into the archipelago, jagged peaks jut from mirror-like fjord waters and red cottages are clustered on green banks. Enjoy a Signature Experience.
Day 6:Brønnøysund, Torghatten
Head to the deck to spot the Arctic Circle Monument before arriving at the town of Brønnøysund. In the distance, you might even be able to see the sun shining through the tunnel at the centre of Mount Torghatten. It’s here you’ll choose your sightseeing.
For a change of pace, today you’ll explore a larger city, Trondheim. As part of your discovery, wander around the open-air museum, which is more like a village. Explore its collection of over 80 vintage buildings, including a stave church and Samí huts.
Day 8:Nordfjord, Olden
Stake your claim on deck as your ship sails into Nordfjord to the icefields of Jostedal. Mountains tower on both sides, along with glaciers, and deep valleys in shades of green. Step ashore at the village of Olden, passing beautiful lakes on your way to the viewing point of Briksdal Glacier.
The archipelagos surrounding Florø add to the idyllic scenery of this quaint port town. First, visit the open-air Sunnfjord Museum, made up of 25 historical buildings transported from throughout the region. Many have traditional turf roofs. After stopping to explore, drive to Norway’s Waterfall Road with many easily accessible cascades.
Day 10:Flåm, Undredal
Today, you’ll arrive in Flåm, to journey aboard the Flåm Railway through countryside more than 850 metres above sea level. Then enjoy a Signature Experience.
Day 11:Flåm, Naerøyfjord
Say goodbye to Flåm as you continue to cruise the region’s majestic fjords. All you have to do is sit back on board your ship and take it all in. Discover World Heritage-listed Naerøyfjord, hemmed in on either side by mountains, tumbling waterfalls and emerald valleys.
Discover Bergen, including the home of Norway’s most famous composer Edvard Grieg, where you’re invited to enjoy a Signature Experience.
Day 13:Rosendal, Hardangerfjord
Dock in the town of Rosendal and travel to the village of Sunndal for a choice of sightseeing.
At Kragerø, jump into a boat for a journey along the Telemark Canal, which was carved into rock over a century ago.
Today reach Norway’s capital. Among many highlights, visit Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, and the open-air Norsk Folkemuseum. It’s then time to farewell Norway as your ship sails through the night.
Day 17:Marstrand, Skagen
There are an abundance of sightseeing options on offer today.
Day 18:Private transfer port to hotel Day 18 - 20:71 Nyhavn Hotel
With a fantastic atmosphere and unique location on Nyhavn Canal, the 5-star 71 Nyhavn Hotel is at home in two newly renovated warehouse buildings from the early 1800s. From the southern side of the building, unparalleled views to the many beautiful museum ships and the clucking water await you, offering one of the best views the city has to offer.The hotel encompasses 130 rooms decorated with humble respect for the history of the buildings with a repartition of 66 refurbished rooms in “The Yellow Warehouse” and 64 rooms in “The Red Warehouse”, which have also received an extensive upgrade.
Day 20:Private transfer from hotel to airport
*Prices are per adult in AUD, based on lead-in twin share accommodation in each of the specified categories. Valid for a limited time only, is capacity controlled, subject to change/availability and can be withdrawn at any time without notice. Does not include any additional accommodation made necessary by flight schedules. Prices are subject to change due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency even after the deposit is paid. Agents may charge service fees/or fees for card payments which vary. Cancellation penalties and conditions apply.
PLEASE NOTE THAT QANTAS FREQUENT FLYER POINTS, NORMALLY APPLIED TO APT BOOKINGS, ARE NOT APPLICABLE ON THIS REDUCED-PRICE PACKAGE