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Hurtigruten’s Northern Lights Promise Is Back!

April 12, 2016 Cruise No Comments Print Print Email Email

One of your best chances of experiencing the Northern Lights is on a Hurtigruten Voyage during the winter season.

In fact, Hurtigruten are so confident that you will see the magical Northern Light’s that they are again issuing a Northern Lights Promise* across their 2016/17 winter season.


Applicable to passengers booking the 12- day Classic Round Voyage between 1 October 2016 to 31 March 2017, if you are unlucky enough that the Northern Lights don’t occur during your voyage, Hurtigruten will send you to try again next winter.

Cyril Bricaud, Hurtigruten commented “Seeing the Northern Lights remains one of life’s truly incredible experiences and we are so convinced that a voyage with us is one of the best ways to see them that we have put our money where our mouth is”

This is a great way to experience the magic of the Northern Lights while you enjoy the comfortable journey along 780 miles of rugged Norwegian coastline.

Click here to view Hurtigruten’s “Northern Lights Promise” Flyer.

*Terms & Conditions apply, contact Discover the World for details. 

The Classic Round Voyage hugs the Norwegian coastline from Bergen up to Kirkenes, where it turns around and starts its journey south back to Bergen. Travelling on a Hurtigruten voyage allows you to explore one of the most picturesque coastlines in the world and enjoy an authentic Norwegian adventure. Weaving through narrow waterways and fjords on small yet comfortable working ships, you will visit off the beaten track towns and villages and try activities that most tourists to Norway never have a chance to experience. Be pulled along the frozen Arctic on a husky sledge, or enjoy a thrilling rib boat ride through the world’s fastest tidal current – there are more than 50 incredible experiences on offer along the way.

Back on-board, you will also enjoy a culinary journey along the coast, with menus not only reflecting the seasons, but the local specialities of the places you are sailing past. Delicacies are sourced from local small-scale producers and suppliers, and seasonal foods are brought fresh onto the ship each day.

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