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Hike or ski Norway’s remote coast every day on small-ship cruise

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Small fishing villages dot the Lofoten Islands, Norway. 
(Satu Vänskä-Westgarth )

Cruise and hike the rugged Norwegian coast on a five-day small-ship voyage that visits the Lofoten Island region and the Senja coastal islands.

The 50 Degrees North cruise, which departs from Svolvaer, a small village in the Lofoten Archipelago, travels to Tromso, sailing along the Atlantic coastline.

The area has small fishing villages, few roads, well-preserved historic architecture, impressive coastal views and diverse hiking trails.

Participants can chose to hike or ski each day with a guide. Another highlight is the voyage through the Senja area, which offers mountains, emerald water and white beaches.

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Dates: July 18 and 22, Aug. 8 and 12

Price: From $2,130 per person, double occupancy. Includes cruise, meals and activities. Cabins do not have en-suite baths. International airfare not included.

Info: 50 Degrees North, (888) 880-0286

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