|Date||Duration||Itinerary||Cruise Line||Cruise Ship||Price||Offers|
|24 Apr 2021||7 Nights||Norwegian Fjords||Iona||£579pp|
|19 Sep 2020||7 Nights||Norwegian Fjords||Iona||£579pp|
|05 Sep 2020||7 Nights||Norwegian Fjords||Iona||£579pp|
|12 Sep 2020||7 Nights||Norwegian Fjords||Iona||£579pp|
|17 Apr 2021||7 Nights||Norwegian Fjords||Iona||£579pp|
|11 Sep 2021||14 Nights||United Kingdom, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, Russian Federation, Finland||MSC Magnifica||£1159pp|
|10 Apr 2021||7 Nights||Norwegian Fjords||Iona||£607pp|
|25 Nov 2020||12 Nights||Norway and Northern Lights||Arcadia||£1061pp|
|06 Oct 2020||12 Nights||Norway & Iceland||Arcadia||£1061pp|
|09 Oct 2020||12 Nights||Norway and Northern Lights||Queen Victoria||£1045pp|
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There are many cruise lines including some of the larger ones that will offer cruises to the fjords, including Azamara Club Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Cunard, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean. The Norwegian fjords are often a highlight of a Northern European journey and many types of cruise line offer routes aboard comfortable vessels to view them. They are unparalleled as one of the most awesomely beautiful sights one can see, and the enormity of these great peaks can often put even Alaska to shame.
In Norway, both the Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord now enjoy the status of being UNESCO World Heritage sites and visitors from all over the world flock to see them each and every year. These two fjords have remained a popular destination for tourists ever since people first started coming to the region in the early 19th century.
There are many cruise lines that travel to Norway to view the fjords and these will generally offer expanded itineraries of this area.
Some of the bigger ships are also expanding their itineraries in this area in order to be able to offer something for everybody. Previously you needed to commit several weeks of holiday time for a cruise of this type but not any longer. Even if you only have seven days available, you can still get to the Norwegian fjords. Many cruise lines offer the fjords as a destination from Southampton, saving the need to fly.
A Norwegian fjords cruise offers much in the way of natural beauty. As the largest attraction of such a cruise is viewing of nature's splendours from onboard the ship, this itinerary is perfect for all ages and family groups. This type of cruise is different to cruises to most other destinations, where the goal is visiting ports and often taking extended shore excursions, with a Norwegian fjords cruise the aim is to view natural wonders from the comfort of your ship. This makes such a sailing easy on multi-generational families since everyone from grandma to the littlest one can easily participate.
The best time of the year to cruise the fjords is during the months of June, July and August when the climate is at its mildest.
The whole landscape of Norway is absolutely awe-inspiring, but the west coast is particularly breathtaking due to the fact that it contains the majority of the fjords, and there is no place better to view these mighty landforms - icy glaciers rising high above a glorious blue ocean - than from the deck of a cruise ship during a comfortable journey among them.