Hurtigruten: The World’s Most Beautiful Voyage
Hurtigruten: The World’s Most Beautiful Voyage
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Epic, breathtaking, magical...these are just a few of the most popular superlatives used by couples after returning from a honeymoon voyage with Hurtigruten. With year-round packages in Norway as well as throughout polar regions, Antarctica and even a 19-day trans-Atlantic voyage!
Regardless of the voyage you choose, the vistas are stunning: sit in your kayak and watch massive glaciers crack as bus-sized chunks of ice break off and crash into the water, lay anchor on a Norwegian shoreline nestled under rolling green hills, say a toast and trade a kiss before cuddling up with champagne floating beneath the Northern Lights, bask in the perpetual daylight of summer and work on your tan in the middle of the night, race across the frozen ground on a sled pulled by a pack of dogs...on Hurtigruten's honeymoon voyages, couples start checking off items on their bucket list that they didn't even know they had.
Part authentic, part unique, part adventure, and all unforgettable...couples do their best to describe it but Hurtigruten provides the kind of romantic, jealousy-inducing honeymoon that simply defies description, and even pictures don't do these landscapes justice.
Hurtigruten stands for nothing but the best...there's a reason their ships have been sailing since the 19th century! Check out Hurtigruten.com, and explore for yourself or send them an email for more information.
- 34 ports day and night, 22 of them above the Arctic Circle
- Norway`s iconic fjords
- Close to Norway`s culture, nature and traditions
- One of 11 ships departs Bergen each day
- In the footsteps of Polar Heroes
- Wild animal and encounters
- View the Northern Lights or the Midnights Sun (seasonal)
- UNESCO sites
- Around 50 excursions of different levels
- Lectures and edutainment on board
- Experience the Arctic
- Adventure through Norway's cliffs, mountains, waterfalls & fjords
- Local Food
- Aboard Each Hurtigruten Voyage:
Aboard each Norwegian cruise, couples enjoy meals freshly-prepared with local ingredients by an executive chef. The menu changes by season as well as in each location, reflecting the traditional ingredients and methods in each region you visit.
It's a beautiful way to offer gourmet cuisine that fits the local history, while giving back to local economies all along the route. It's just another example of how Hurtigruten takes their cruises to a new standard.
In Room Amenities
Amenities change according to ship type and cabin grade, but can include:
- Liquid soaps
- Hair dryer
- Fruit basket (Suites only)
- Bathrobes (Suites only)
- Coffee/tea making facilities (Suites only)
On Site Amenities
On site amenities change according to ship type and cabin grade, but can include:
- Lock boxes behind reception desk
- Hot tubs/pools
- Cafeteria/dining rooms
- Cruise card easy payment system
- Antibacterial hand gel
- Onboard activities & demonstrations
- WiFi Internet Cafes
- Laundry rooms
- Purified water
- Shop for souveniers/toiletries
- Wheelchair accessible cabins
- Potable tap water
- Lounges with huge windows for viewing outside
Nearby / Recommended
- Bergen Sightseeing:
A city founded in 1070, Bergen is full of charm and history. Stroll through the narrow streets of the UNESCO-listed Hanseatic Bryggen quarter, the Hanseatic Museum and the fish market. Take the funicular railway up to the 320m Mount Fløyen, just outside the city, and you’ll enjoy the best view of Bergen and its fjords.
- Snowmobile Trip Under the Northern Lights:
Take an unforgettable snowmobile trip through one of Europe's most wild landscapes. Get a lesson from some of Norway’s best instructors then ride your own snowmobile through fascinating scenery through snow-clad valleys and try and catch the Northern Lights in the clear, starry sky.
- Tromsø Polar History Walk:
Begin at the Polar Museum, featuring exhibits from Norway’s arctic ocean hunts and numerous polar expeditions. The tour continues to Tromsø’s main street, passing the hunting monument and the market square, where you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Arctic Cathedral. Finish at Ølhallen, Tromsø’s oldest pub for a beer from the world’s northernmost brewery whilst one of the locals tells stories about the days of old.
- Dog Sledding:
Hop aboard the sleds and let the huskies pull you over the frozen landscape; enjoying stunning views of the ocean, mountains and open plateaus. Afterwards you cozy up in a Sámi lavvo (tent) with an open fire and a hot cocoa.
- RIB Safari:
Take a high-octane excursion by RIB (rigid-hulled inflatable boat) into the fantastic Lofoten archipelago. Skippers take you to a lagoon with white sandy beaches surrounded by small islands and skerries that protect it from the mighty ocean outside. There is a good chance you will get a good view of sea eagles, Europe’s largest bird of prey.
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