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1. Breathtaking waterfalls and fjords
The Norwegian coastline includes more than 67.000 enticing islands, enabling cruise ships to sail in beautiful sheltered waters. In 2006,Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord were rated as top, best cared-for UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
2. Creative, exciting itineraries
Norway's long coastline provides immense possibilities for creative, interesting itineraries. Today, cruise ships call on more than 30 different Norwegian ports annually. The most popular cruise areas are the fjords, the North Cape, Spitsbergen on Svalbard and coastal stops such as Lofoten.
3. Outdoor activities
Taking a cruise is a good way to see Norway. From its many ports along the coast it is easy to launch into a wide range of exhilarating outdoor sports activities. Experience mountain hikes, camping, fishing, golf, polar expeditions, and much more.
4. Cultural and historical attractions
Norwegian cruises offer a vast selection of shore excursions where visitors can disembark to experience the rich coastal culture and heritage - from architecture, museums, and literature to festivals and concerts.
5. An inviting and safe destination
Norway is an economically stable and high-tech country situated in a calm corner of the world. Many tourists look upon Norway as a safe destination and discover how warm, engaging, and welcoming Norwegians.