Norway Group Tours for Solo Travellers
Experience our group tours to Norway, designed for solo travellers looking to explore with like-minded adventurers
Why travel solo to Norway?
Norway is famed for its majestic natural beauty, and it lives up to everything you’d expect – with a touch of the unexpected.
The landscapes of Norway are the stuff of adventure dreams: steep fjords giving way to deep blue lakes, pristine glaciers and icefields, snow-capped mountains and rugged coastline stretching up into the Arctic Circle – all infused with wild, desolate beauty.
Then there’s Norway’s wildlife. Its waters are frequented by orca, sperm and humpback whales, whilst on dry land, it’s not uncommon to encounter reindeer, musk oxen, moose and Arctic foxes roaming in the wilderness, not to mention the polar bears of Svalbard up in the snowy north.
New to Scandinavia? Norway will keep you coming back for more.
Top places to visit in Norway
The compact, cultured capital is the home of Scandi cool. A vibrant, bustling city with world-class museums, Michelin-starred restaurants and innovative architecture all set around a picturesque fjord. Take in the MUNCH gallery, wander through the Ekebergparken sculpture park and treat yourself to a performance at the Norwegian Opera and Ballet.
Gateway to the western fjords, Norway’s second city is a student hotspot with a buzzing vibe and lively nightlife scene. Make a beeline for the Unesco-listed Hanseatic harbour district of Bryggen, with its beautifully preserved wooden buildings then take the cable up to lofty Mount Fløyen for a panoramic vista of the city and bay.
A Unesco World Heritage site for its exceptional natural beauty and unique geological features. The fjord is surrounded by towering granite mountains, waterfalls cascading down sheer cliffs and emerald green glacial waters. Take in the views from the Dalsnibba skywalk before a tranquil sea kayaking excursion.
Stunning polar landscapes of glaciers, islands and fjords. Dog sledding and snowmobiling adventures under the Midnight Sun, and incredible wildlife like polar bears, walruses and whales. This pristine archipelago up in the Arctic Circle is one of Europe’s last great wildernesses and best explored on a polar expedition cruise.
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What is the currency?
Central European Summer Time (GMT +2)
Top Three Experiences
1. Ice-hiking on Nigardsbreen Glacier
2. Sea kayaking in Geiranger Fjord
3. Polar bear spotting in Svalbard
Top five dishes to try
1. Lefse – flatbread made with potatoes
2. Kumla – potato dumplings
3. Lutefisk – dried whitefish
4. Pickled herring
5. Krumkake – waffle cookie
Average temp in high season
What's The Weather Like?
Norway has a varied climate due to its diverse geography. Coastal areas are milder than the mountains, with average summer temperatures of 14-20ºC (64-77ºF) and an average winter temperature of -6 to 2ºC (21-36ºF). In Arctic Svalbard, temperatures average 0-10ºC (32-50ºF) in summer and -20º to -10ºC (-4 to 14ºF) in winter.
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