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Typical red fishing houses in a Harbor on Lofoten islands, Norway
Typical red fishing houses in a Harbor on Lofoten islands, Norway
ExpeditionsCoastal Wonders of Norway, the Faroe Islands, and Iceland

Coastal Wonders of Norway, the Faroe Islands, and Iceland

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Trace the route of early Viking explorers and see their influence in wild, remote lands. Cruise the famed Norwegian fjords and the magical Lofoten islands, explore Stone Age sites in Scotland’s Shetland Islands, and come face to face with the legacy of the Vikings amid the turf-roofed cottages and ancient sites of the Faroe Islands. Then trace Iceland’s most remote shorelines, witnessing geological wonders from volcanoes to thundering waterfalls.

Highlights

Scenic fjord on Lofoten islands, with typical red fishing hut and towering mountain peaks, Sakrisoy, Norway
  • Sail into Norway’s spectacular fjords and explore secluded inlets and coves by kayak or Zodiac

  • Observe nesting seabirds amid the towering peaks of the Lofoten islands, situated off Norway’s northwestern coast

  • Encounter the Bronze Age ruins and Viking longhouses of Jarlshof, a prehistoric settlement in the Shetland Islands

  • Zodiac cruise or hike in the scenic Westfjords of Iceland

  • Sail past the dramatic sea cliffs of the Faroes to seek cliff-nesting puffins, gannets, and northern fulmars

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