The Northern Norwegian Adventure
Trondheim → Tromsø
- The coast of Helgeland
Welcome to Havila Voyages. We sail with new, environmentally friendly ships which makes the world's most beautiful costal voyage also a comfortable one.
Ports: Trondheim - Rørvik
Welcome aboard in Trondheim! The historic city of Trondheim, was founded over a thousand years ago. Nidaros Cathedral is the landmark of the city; it is Norway's national shrine and one of the largest cathedrals in Northern Europe. After our visit here, the voyage continues out into the fjord, into an abundant archipelago and heads for northern Norway.
Ports: Brønnøysund - Sandnessjøen - Nesna - Ørnes - Bodø - Stamsund - Svolvær
On this stretch, we mark crossing the Arctic Circle with a ceremony and continue onward into the Arctic regions. It means midnight sun in the summer, while winter days are merely a shade less dark than night-time and, possibly, Northern Lights in the evenings. Nature is powerful with northern Scandinavia's largest glacier, the world's strongest tidal current and encounters with the majestic sea eagle. In the evening, Lofoten's fishing villages, steep mountains and Vikings await.
- Svartisen Glacier, Ørnes
- Experience Bodø and Saltstraumen,Bodø
- Taste the arctic outdoor, Bodø
- RIB-safari to Saltstraumen and the sea eagles, Bodø
- Feast with the Viking chieftain, Stamsund
- Meet and greet Lofoten, Stamsund
Ports: Stokmarknes - Sortland - Risøyhamn - Harstad - Finnsnes - Tromsø
The voyage continues on through narrow fjords and past wild mountains to Tromsø, a city characterised by hunting and fishing, polar expeditions and courage. Now you have also reached the land of the Sami, Norway's indigenous people. Meeting the Sami and their reindeer while hearing about the Sami culture is a unique experience you will remember.
More voyages in Northern Norway
Experiences along the coast
The magical Northern Lights
The smiling midnight sun
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