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Norway

Cruise the stunning fjords to see Mother Nature at her finest

It's the main attraction of cruising through Norway – winding your way through picture-postcard scenes of green landscapes, sparkling blue ocean and quaint villages clinging to the hillsides.

But sail with Saga, and you'll be on a smaller ship, so you'll berth alongside smaller towns and quays – ones the big ships have to avoid – getting you closer to the sights and right into the heart of the action.

It doesn't have to be all about relaxing though. For 2018/19 we've unveiled a host of exciting experiences, such as skiing lessons, kayaking in the fjords, helicopter trips and whale watching with marine experts ORCA.

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Pick your season

We arrange cruises to make the most of the seasons. In winter you can enjoy thrilling activities such as sno-mobiling, skiing lessons on our Brights Lights in Norway cruise, or visiting a hotel made entirely of ice.

While in the spring and summer, we offer cruises timed to see the first spring blooms of the flowers, and summertime voyages when the sparkling fjords and lush green landscapes reach their peak of beauty.

Aerial shot of the world famous Atlantic Road in Norway, connecting small land masses between bright blue open waters.

A music festival with a difference

The Hardanger Music Festival is unique. Featuring top classical artists from around the world, performances take place at different locations along the fjord.

Springtime is also the perfect time to discover Norway, when the scenery is at its peak.

Seek out the Northern Lights

Lighting up the Arctic sky in glowing bands of green, pink and violet, the Northern Lights can flicker away within seconds or glow for hours.

Our cruises visit at the peak time of year, and we even include an excursion that will take you out across the tundra, for the best chance to see them dancing in the sky.

Unforgettable moments under the stars

Join us to seek out the Northern Lights in 2018, and you might like to spend a night ashore at a husky dog farm, where you can go dog sledding, before relaxing around the campfire, then spending the night under the stars in a cosy ‘lavvo’ tent with its own log burner.

You might even be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights as you drift off to sleep… truly unforgettable!

The bright lights of Reine Village, Lofoten Islands, Norway at sunset.

Take a hike, if you like!

Feeling active? On selected Norway cruises you can go hiking across the massive glaciers of the country.

So grab your crampons and follow an expert guide higher and higher up the blue ice – learning about the fascinating natural history of Norway along the way.