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Norwegian Fjordland

Trip Length

Trip Code

8 days PENO

Minimum Passengers

4 people

Maximum Passengers

16 people
Minimum Age

Countries Visited


Start City

End City

Oslo Oslo
Norwegian Fjordland

Work on the Flåm Railway began in 1923 and wasn’t fully completed until some 20 years later. The line, which connected Oslo, Bergen and Sognefjord, was initially intended for transport and trading, but its spectacular route through the fjords made it popular with travellers. Nowadays it boasts new engines and carriages, and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the whole of Norway.

Why we love it:

Norwegian Fjordland

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Bergen

Meals included: 1 dinner

Accommodation: Augustin Hotel or similar, Bergen


Day 2: Bergen - Flam - Balestrand

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 dinner

Accommodation: Dragsvik Fjordhotell or similar, Balestrand


Day 3: Balestrand

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Dragsvik Fjordhotell or similar, Balestrand


Day 4: Balestrand - Geiranger

Meals included: 1 breakfast, 1 dinner

Accommodation: Hotell Geiranger or similar, Geiranger


Day 5: Geiranger

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Hotell Geiranger or similar, Geiranger


Day 6-7: Geiranger - Oslo

Meals included: 1 breakfast

Accommodation: Karl Johan Hotel or similar, Oslo


Your Trip

What's Included

Non-included Meals

Some meals are included on your trip (except for North America trips - please refer to your day-to-day itinerary). However, sometimes we think you'll benefit from getting out and discovering the local cuisine. So when a meal is not included, it's a great opportunity to try something new. For group trips, ask your leader for tips on where to get the best meal, or you might decide to dine out as a group and experience the fun together.

Not Included

What to know


Vaccinations may be required for this trip. Please talk to your doctor about the up-to-date information for this region.  We're travel experts, not doctors and defer to the medicos when it comes to inoculations.

Visas and Permits

Please ensure that you have all required visas for your trip – this is your responsibility. Rules and regulations governing the issuance of visas are constantly changing, and vary for different nationalities and you should check visa requirements with your travel agent or relevant consular authority well before travel.

Visas are currently not required for Australian, New Zealand, US, Canadian or UK/EU passport holders wishing to visit Norway. Some EU nationals may travel in Europe using only an identity card, however it is your responsibility to check with the relevant authorities if this applies to you.


You are required to have travel insurance before heading off on a Peregrine trip. Insurance can be organised by your Peregrine representative or your travel agent.

Responsible Travel

Our Responsible Travel ethos is at the heart of everything we do, from getting the basics right like respecting local cultures and the environment, to initiating projects that make positive contributions to communities, to our staff’s fundraising efforts and offsetting our carbon emissions.
Please visit our Responsible Travel ( page for more information.

Customs and Culture

Our Pre Departure Information or Travel Dossier (provided upon booking a trip) provides tips on how you can show respect for the local customs and culture in the country you are travelling in. Your leader will also help steer you though the complexities of local cultural norms.

Pre Departure Information
The information listed above is a brief description of some things you may need to consider when booking a trip. Once a tour is booked you will be provided with a link to your Travel Dossier which will contain detailed Pre Departure information.

Further Reading


The Viking World by James Graham-Campbell: Traces the history of the Vikings by detailing excavated sites and artefacts.

Summer Light: A Walk Across Norway by Andrew Stevenson: Affectionate, illuminating account of a walk from Oslo to Bergen, revealing the magical appeal of this wonderland.

A Brief History of Norway by John Midgaard: Covers Norwegian history from prehistoric to modern times.

Important Information

In the case of a genuine crisis or emergency, our local operator Peak Marrakech can be reached on at the following number:-  +49 8677 918 66 5+212 (0) 66192 2693

About this Information

The information provided here is given in good faith and has been compiled with all reasonable care. However, things change and some of the information may become out of date. Please keep this in mind when you read it and check with us if you want to be sure about something. The document was correct at time of printing, but you can check online for the most up to date version.  If you have any queries, please contact your travel agent or our staff in Australia. We are here to help you!

Last Updated

9 April 2014

General Contact Details

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