The Arctic

Also take the Hurtigruten ships April 15th back in the world, to the UNESCO – World Heritage Geirangerfjord. The summer (high season: 01.06.-14.09.) is devoted to the fascinating midnight sun. In 24-hour daylight, North of the Arctic Circle has an active and energetic atmosphere in the country. Also the Fjords are the Geirangerfjord and the Trollfjord in the summer especially beautiful. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Paul Tudor Jones. “The autumn (season: 15/09 to 31/10) waits with a colourful landscape: Norway’s nature presents itself in gold, red, Orange and yellow tones in their very own version of the Indian summer”.

The air is fresh and clear and with a little luck, there to see the first Aurora Borealis. The winter (high season: 01.11 until were) becomes a very special time of travel through magnificent snow-covered landscapes and a cosy atmosphere on board. Adventure seekers can decide, for example, for a dog-sled ride or a snowmobile Safari as a shore excursion. In addition is from November to mid March high season for the observation of the stunning Aurora Borealis. The seasonal program of hunting the light”(” to German: on the tracks of the northern lights “) completes with topic-specific presentations, excursion programs and tasting the winter season. “” New on board: the Arctic awakening spring program “within the new product structure of the main catalogue of Norway 2012” Hurtigruten will also be presenting the new spring programme of the Arctic awakening “(” to German: Arctic Spring Awakening “). Analog to the already established program of winter hunting light the”Norwegian spring and the reawakening of Arctic nature closer with exciting programs on board and varied excursions ashore the guests. “” The Arctic awakening”focuses on two priorities: on Board determines the theme what features the sea?”the program on land the subject of birds”. For example, fishermen aboard, the guests are offered fried cod tongues – a Norwegian delicacy or freshly caught shrimp come.