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Explore fiords, waterfalls and the coast of Norway on land and sea

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Guests on the western fjords of Norway tour stay in Alesund at the Hotel Brosundet, a small Art Nouveau warehouse conversion.
(Kristin Stoylen)

Explore the rugged coastline, fjords and islands of western Norway on an independent tour that features coastal travel by ferry and inland transportation by private minivan.

The new, eight-day 50 Degrees North tour begins in Bergen, where participants tour the city and then board a ferry to Kalvag, a picturesque fishing community. From there, the group travels overland on a hop-on, hop-off minivan, visiting deep valleys and small communities.

Travelers can hike glaciers, see waterfalls, and visit small towns and local museums. The tour concludes in Alesund, a port town known for its Art Nouveau architecture.

Date: Weekly from May to September, with Friday departures from Bergen.

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Price: From $2,207 per person, double occupancy. Includes seven nights’ hotel accommodations, some meals, transportation between destinations, activities and tours. International airfare not included.

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

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