Remote islands and remarkable nature
Venture to the far north of Norway the dramatic North Cape Experience ‘white nights’ when the sun never slips below the horizon and long daylight hours that frame every breathtaking panorama as you cruise Norway’s beautiful coastline. Cast adrift in the North Atlantic the remote Faroe Islands are truly unspoiled. Alternatively, experience nature at its most dynamic in Iceland the ‘Land of Fire and Ice.
Above the Arctic Circle northern Norway is the ‘Land of the Midnight Sun’. Tromsø is the ‘Gateway to the Arctic’ and its striking Artic Cathedral and wonderful museums are a must to visit. An imposing wall of rugged peaks announces the Lofoten archipelago. Gravdal and Leknes are gateways to some of Norway’s most breathtaking landscapes steeped in Viking history. From tiny Honningsvaag you have the opportunity to visit the dramatic North Cape where, if the weather permits, you can view the sun hovering just above the horizon. Tórshavn is the charming capital of the remote Faroe Islands. Visit small towns and coastal villages where the lifestyle goes very much hand in hand with nature, and see towering sea stacks and cliffs, home to thousands of birds. An island of volcanic craters, lava flows, hot springs, geysers and glaciers, Iceland never ceases to amaze. From the capital Reykjavik you can marvel at the force of the Gulfoss Falls or relax in the incredible Blue Lagoon. Isafjördur sits on the West Fjords Peninsular where a scattering of islands is home to a wealth of birdlife. An awesome landscape of canyons, waterfalls, lava fields and surreal rock formations can be enjoyed from Akureyri, considered Iceland’s most attractive town.