Corporate trip Oslo - Bergen - Oslo (demo), 5 days

Direct flight
Glacier hike with equipment
Fishing with guide
Cruise on the Sognefjord

Included

Not included

Day1
Arrival in Oslo
  • 10:15 - Flight to Oslo Airport in Gardermoen (OSL)
  • Private Transfer
  • Check-in
  • Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen, Superior Room
  • 15:00 - Lunch
  • 16:00 - Guided tour in Oslo with the visit to the Vigeland sculpture park
  • 20:00 - Dinner
Day2
Folgefonna glacier
  • 07:00 - Breakfast
  • 08:00 - Check-out
  • Private Transfer
  • 09:45 - Heddal Stave Church
  • Private Transfer
  • 12:45 - Lunch
  • 14:00 - Private Transfer
  • 14:30 - Låtefoss Waterfall
  • Private Transfer
  • 15:00 - Blue ice walk on the Folgefonna glacier
  • Private Transfer
  • 19:00 - Check-in
  • New and Exclusive Cottage in Voss, Four-Bedroom House
  • 19:30 - Dinner
Day3
Bergen
  • 08:00 - Breakfast
  • 09:30 - Check-out
  • Private Transfer
  • 15:00 - Lunch
  • 16:00 - Check-in
  • Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen, Superior Room
  • 16:30 - Guided tour in Bergen
  • 20:00 - Dinner
Day4
Sognefjord cruise
  • 08:00 - Breakfast
  • Private Transfer
  • 12:00 - Gudvangen - Flåm cruise
  • 14:30 - Lunch
  • 16:00 - Private Transfer
  • 16:30 - The Stegastein viewpoint
  • Private Transfer
  • 20:30 - Dinner
  • Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen, Superior Room
Day5
Departure from Oslo
  • 09:00 - Breakfast
  • 11:30 - Check-out
  • 12:00 - Private Transfer
  • 18:15 - Flight from Oslo Airport in Gardermoen (OSL)

Day1 Arrival in Oslo

40 min

Private Transfer

50 km

Check-in

Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen, Superior Room

8
2 separate beds
23 m²
Attached bathroom
Flat-screen TV
Minibar
Free WiFi
Free toiletries
Safe
Toilet
Bathtub or shower
Hardwood or parquet floors
Towels
Desk
TV
Telephone
Ironing facilities
Tea/Coffee maker
Iron
Heating
Hairdryer
Wake-up service/Alarm clock
Electric kettle
Cable channels
Wake-up service
Dryer
Wardrobe or closet
Toilet paper
15:00

Lunch

16:00
3 h

Guided tour in Oslo with the visit to the Vigeland sculpture park

Oslo can surprise even experienced traveler. Would you like to walk in the park with more than 200 statues of naked people, created by genius sculptor Gustav Vigeland? Or maybe climb on the roof of Opera and enjoy the view of the fjord? What about the wooden sculptures of ancient goods and events from Scandinavian mythology right by the building of Parliament? Oslo has it all.

2 h
Oslo, Norway Guided tour in Oslo with the visit to the Vigeland sculpture park

Norwegian capital

Oslo attracts with its architecture. The exquisite opera house is located right in the harbor of the Oslofjord and invites visitors to climb to its roof with panoramic views of the city and the fjord itself. In the beautiful Akershus Fortress, you can get acquainted with the history of Oslo and see the place where major concerts, celebrations and ceremonies take place. The elegant City Hall is decorated with Norwegian art with historical and cultural influences.

1 h
Nobels gate 32, 0268 Oslo, Norway Guided tour in Oslo with the visit to the Vigeland sculpture park

Vigeland Sculpture Park

In Frogner Park, you can see more than two hundred sculptures by Gustav Vigeland in bronze, granite and cast iron. He was also responsible for the architecture and design of the park, which has become one of the main attractions in Norway. More than a million people visit this place every year. The starting point of the park is the fountain, which was planned to be located near the Parliament building. But this plan was never implemented. The park is free to enter and is open all year round.

20:00

Dinner

Day2 Folgefonna glacier

07:00

Breakfast

08:00

Check-out

1 h
45 min

Private Transfer

117 km
09:45
30 min

Heddal Stave Church

This church is a biggest wooden church in Norway, constructed at the beginning of the 13th century. You might be surprised, but the church is still used for the mass. The uniqueness of these kind of buildings is that any detail of its construction can be taken out and replaced.

3 h

Private Transfer

193 km
12:45

Lunch

14:00
25 min

Private Transfer

20,9 km
14:30
15 min

Låtefoss Waterfall

Låtefossen is the main attraction in Oddadalen, also known as "the Valley of Waterfalls". The Låtefossen twin waterfalls were a popular tourist attraction as early as during the 19th century. The 165 m drop waterfall is easily accessible by route 13. Water from the waterfall showers the road before it runs underneath the old stone bridge. It then runs into the Opo river meandering through Oddadalen, which has seven waterfalls over a distance of 10 km.

20 min

Private Transfer

18 km
15:00
2 h
30 min

Blue ice walk on the Folgefonna glacier

Adult
103 EUR
Moderate
10
Eng.

During the the walk on the Folgefonna glacier you will experience huge flat areas of ice, but also go into crevasse areas and do some climbing if you like. The hike will be adjusted to the wishes of the participants. For some it will be climbing and adrenalin, for some it will be a quiet walk into a different world.

Hike will be adjusted after the weather conditions. Proper clothing is extra important if it's raining or temperature is low. Normally strong wind and thunder storms with lightning are only reasons we need to cancel due to weather conditions. In general temperature on the glacier can be from 2-15 degree Celsius.
Please bring:
  • your personal warm, wind-and waterproof clothing (depending on weather), gloves,
  • mountain boots (if you have your own),
  • food and something to drink (possible to pre book lunch boxes),
  • sunglasses and sun lotion (even on grey days),
  • backpack with some extra space for glacier equipment.
Reservation number: 123456
1 h
30 min

Private Transfer

90,2 km
19:00

Check-in

New and Exclusive Cottage in Voss, Four-Bedroom House

4
Bedroom 1: 1 double bed
Bedroom 2: 1 single bed
Bedroom 3: 1 large double bed
Bedroom 4: 1 large double bed
Living room: 1 sofa bed
Entire holiday home
90 m²
Private kitchen
Private bathroom
Lake view
Garden view
Mountain view
Landmark view
Flat-screen TV
Terrace
Coffee machine
Free WiFi
Kitchen
Washing machine
Streaming service (like Netflix)
Toilet
Sofa
Bath or shower
Hardwood or parquet floors
Socket near the bed
Cleaning products
Hypoallergenic
Tile/marble floor
Desk
Children's high chair
Seating Area
Private entrance
TV
Refrigerator
Ironing facilities
Radio
Microwave
Heating
Hairdryer
Kitchenware
Additional toilet
Electric kettle
Outdoor furniture
Outdoor dining area
Tumble dryer
Wardrobe or closet
Oven
Stovetop
Dining area
Dining table
Upper floors accessible by stairs only
Semi-detached
Clothes rack
Drying rack for clothing
Toilet paper
Board games/puzzles
19:30

Dinner

Day3 Bergen

08:00

Breakfast

09:30

Check-out

1 h
30 min

Private Transfer

103 km
15:00

Lunch

16:00

Check-in

Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen, Superior Room

8.1
1 large double bed or 2 single beds
Room
22 m²
Ensuite bathroom
Flat-screen TV
Coffee machine
Minibar
Free WiFi
Free toiletries
Safety deposit box
Toilet
Bath or shower
Towels
Socket near the bed
Desk
TV
Telephone
Ironing facilities
Satellite channels
Tea/Coffee maker
Iron
Radio
Heating
Hairdryer
Additional toilet
Electric kettle
Cable channels
Wake-up service
Wardrobe or closet
Clothes rack
Toilet paper
16:30
3 h

Guided tour in Bergen

Bergen is a fascinating historical city, nestled in beautiful surroundings. The second-largest city in Norway, it retains its small-town charm and welcoming atmosphere. It's a cultural hub, with outstanding museums, galleries, historical areas and special events. It also has a modern and youthful vibe, thanks to the fact that students make up about 10% of the local population.

20:00

Dinner

Day4 Sognefjord cruise

08:00

Breakfast

2 h
15 min

Private Transfer

147 km
12:00
2 h

Gudvangen - Flåm cruise

Adult
47 EUR
Child from 4 to 15 y.o.
23 EUR

The narrow and spectacular Nærøyfjord is surrounded by steep mountains with snow- covered peaks that soar up to 1,800 metres above sea level. Waterfalls cascade down the mountains and picturesque villages dot the landscape. This is an area that is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is considered one of the most beautiful fjord landscapes in the world.

14:30

Lunch

16:00
30 min

Private Transfer

17,2 km
16:30
30 min

The Stegastein viewpoint

The Stegastein viewing platform is hanging at 30 metres out from the mountain walls and 650 metres up from the fjord, and gives you the feeling that you are floating above the fjord and villages below.

3 h

Private Transfer

179 km
20:30

Dinner

Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen, Superior Room

8.1
1 large double bed or 2 single beds
Room
22 m²
Ensuite bathroom
Flat-screen TV
Coffee machine
Minibar
Free WiFi
Free toiletries
Safety deposit box
Toilet
Bath or shower
Towels
Socket near the bed
Desk
TV
Telephone
Ironing facilities
Satellite channels
Tea/Coffee maker
Iron
Radio
Heating
Hairdryer
Additional toilet
Electric kettle
Cable channels
Wake-up service
Wardrobe or closet
Clothes rack
Toilet paper

Day5 Departure from Oslo

09:00

Breakfast

11:30

Check-out

12:00
3 h
30 min

Private Transfer

232 km

Documents

Travel Insurance

Adult
50 EUR
Child from 2 to 18 y.o.
25 EUR

Cancellation

If you have to cancel your holiday as a result of an incident or event covered by your policy, you’ll be able to claim for the cost up to a certain amount.

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Delays

If your trip is disrupted, delayed or unexpectedly cut short, you’ll be able to claim for parts of your trip that are affected, like flights or accommodation.

Repatriation

If you need to be brought back home during your trip in a medical emergency, this will cover the cost of arranging your repatriation.

Baggage & belongings

If your baggage or personal belongings are lost, damaged or stolen during the course of your holiday, you’ll be able to claim up to a certain amount.

Medical expenses

Medical treatment can be expensive abroad, especially in places like the USA, but with medical expenses cover you can claim for the cost of care.

Personal liability

Should you be at fault in an incident, for example if you injure someone or damage their possessions, you’ll be covered for the cost of legal fees.

Booking and cancellation

Booking conditions

1. Payment

You are required to pay a non-refundable deposit of 20% of the trip cost per person per trip for your booking to be confirmed, with the remaining balance of your trip due 30 days prior to your travel departure date. If your booking is made within 30 days of the departure date, then the full amount is payable at the time of booking.

2. Change of itinerary

For operational reasons, we may need to operate substitute vehicles or change the date or time of your tour. We will give you as much notice as possible of any such changes. If you cannot participate in a re-scheduled tour, then we will give you a full refund except that we cannot refund the amount of any credit card fees charged in connection with your booking.

3. Fees and surcharges

Our trip prices are subject to variable and seasonal pricing, both of which are standard practice within the travel industry. This means our trip prices may vary at any time in accordance with demand, market conditions and availability. It is likely that different passengers on the same trip have been charged different prices. Your best option if you like the price you see is to book at that time. Any reduced pricing or discounts that may become available after you have paid your deposit will not apply. If you wish to cancel your booking to take advantage of a cheaper price, full cancellation conditions apply. The most up to date pricing is available on our website.
Note that prices may vary depending on which currency the booking is made.

We reserve the right to impose surcharges up to 30 days before departure due to unfavourable changes in exchange rates, increases in airfares or other transportation costs, increases in local operator costs, taxes, or if government action should require us to do so. In such instances we will be responsible for the amount up to 2% of the trip price and you will be responsible for the balance. If any surcharge results in an increase of more than 10% of the trip price you may cancel the booking within 14 days of notification of the surcharge and obtain a full refund. Air Passenger Duty is included in the price of your air inclusive trip. Please note that a surcharge may be applied to all purchases made by credit card.

Public Holiday Surcharge: Tours operating over a public holiday may be subject to an additional surcharge payable at the time of booking.

Credit Card Surcharge: A credit card surcharge of 1.5% may be charged if you use a credit card to pay for your booking.

Cancellation conditions

1. Cancellation charges

59-42 days before trip start date – 30%, or loss of deposit if higher
41-28 days before trip start date – 60%
27-14 days before trip start date – 90%
Less than 14 days before trip start date – 100%

2. Amend your booking up to 10 days before departure

If it’s 10 days or more until your trip, you can transfer to another holiday. Or, if you’re not sure where or when you want to travel, you can request a credit voucher.

The value of the holiday we will transfer to another, or the value of the credit voucher we will issue to you, will be after deducting all non-refundable deposits and non-recoverable costs applicable at the time you change your booking.

Please see below for information about non-refundable and non-recoverable costs.

The only exception is any non-refundable deposits paid for the trip. The value of non-refundable deposits will have been advised at the time of confirming the booking and may include the cost of permits and flights.

The credit voucher must be redeemed against a new booking within 12 months of issue - you don’t need to travel in that 12 months, just have applied the credit to another trip.

Alternatively you can cancel altogether, and we’ll send you a cancellation invoice in accordance with the cancellation charges detailed below.

3. Non-refundable deposits and non-recoverable costs

When choosing to take a credit note or to transfer to another departure it is important to be aware that there are two kinds of cost which we may have incurred on your behalf. Those that form part of your deposit, which we refer to as ‘non-refundable deposits’ and costs that we incur closer to your departure date, known as ‘non-recoverable costs’. When you first make your booking, we may need to commit to certain services straight away to secure your trip. These might include paying for flights that need to be booked and paid for up-front, permits for activities (such as gorilla permits in Uganda or Inca Trail passes) or even costs to confirm specific accommodation at peak times. All of these costs will be outlined to you when you book, and will form part of your non-refundable deposit.

Closer to your departure, once you’ve paid your final balance, we’ll cover a number of other costs that we’re contracted to pay suppliers in anticipation of your arrival, the non-recoverable costs. Again, these can include flights and rail fares, accommodation and permits. Should you no longer wish or be able to travel, there’ll be a sliding scale of how much we have already committed to and paid for. So the amount charged will depend on how close to departure you change your holiday. As a general rule, the nearer to departure the more we will have committed to, and so the less you will receive as a credit voucher.

Getting ready for the trip

Clothing for Norway in summer

Bring lots of layered clothing: the Norwegian weather can change at a moments notice (wyou can experience 4 seasons in one day) so layered clothing is a must. We recommend thermal leggings, wet pants, cold weather layers, t-shirts and jackets and stripped off/ put layers on when appropriate!

Waterproof jacket: it rains a lot in Norway! Professional gear is worth the price tag and will keep you warm and dry no matter the conditions.

Waterproof hiking boots: They double up quite nicely as rain boots as well, so you won’t have to worry about walking around on very wet days – something Norway has a lot of.

Hat, scarf and buff: perfect to protect against the elements. Buffs are extremely versatile for hiking and can be used as a scarf, hat or to protect your face from the wind/cold/sun when the Norway weather varies!

Daypack

Norway is a wonderful country to explore on foot, so bring a daypack with you so you can head off on an adventure. Plus, eating out in Norway is kind of really expensive, so this way you can bring all the food and snacks you’ll need for the day.

Reusable water bottle (and thermos)

Bottled water in Norway is super expensive, and the tap water there is delicious, so be sure to bring a reusable bottle with you. And if you have extra space in your luggage we recommend bringing a thermos as well, especially if you’ll be going on any long hikes. It’s just so cosy to stop for coffee/tea/hot chocolate up in the mountains – and life in Norway is all about getting cosy.

Food and drinks

Drinking water

Tap water is universally drinkable in Norway, and tastes great. So no need to buy bottled water.

Most running water in the mountains and forests of Norway is clean enough to drink, but avoid water running through pastures or runoff from glaciers, as this may contain harmful microorganisms.

Alcohol

To buy wine or beer in Norway, the minimum age is 18 years. For spirits, it is 20 years.

Beer can be found in most shops, but is only sold before 8 pm on weekdays or 6 pm on Saturdays. For wine, spirits or strong beer, you must visit one of the Vinmonopolet outlets, found in most large cities and towns.

Medical help

Travelling to Norway and COVID-19

Places of interest

Vigeland Sculpture Park

In Frogner Park, you can see more than two hundred sculptures by Gustav Vigeland in bronze, granite and cast iron. He was also responsible for the architecture and design of the park, which has become one of the main attractions in Norway. More than a million people visit this place every year. The starting point of the park is the fountain, which was planned to be located near the Parliament building. But this plan was never implemented. The park is free to enter and is open all year round.

Heddal Stave Church

This church is a biggest wooden church in Norway, constructed at the beginning of the 13th century. You might be surprised, but the church is still used for the mass. The uniqueness of these kind of buildings is that any detail of its construction can be taken out and replaced.

The Stegastein viewpoint

The Stegastein viewing platform is hanging at 30 metres out from the mountain walls and 650 metres up from the fjord, and gives you the feeling that you are floating above the fjord and villages below.

Other info

What you should know while travelling in Norway

Norway, Norway What you should know while travelling in Norway

Customs and regulations

Within the limit of NOK 6,000 you are allowed to bring the following articles free of customs and excise duty into the country (note that the quotas are different from when you’re travelling within the EU):

  • A limited amount of alcohol and tobacco
  • Meat, meat products, cheese and foodstuffs except dog and cat food, totalling 10 kilos altogether from EU/EEA countries. From countries outside the EU/EEA, you can’t bring meat, meat products, milk and milk products in your luggage
  • Norwegian and foreign bank notes and coins at a total value of NOK 25,000

It is prohibited to import the following without special persmission:

  • Drugs, medicines and poisons (minor quantities of medicine for personal use are permitted)
  • Alcohol over 60% alcohol by volume
  • Weapons and ammunition
  • Fireworks
  • Potatoes
  • Mammals, birds and exotic animals
  • Plants/parts thereof for cultivation
Norway, Norway What you should know while travelling in Norway

Emergency telephone numbers

110 – Fire

112 – Police

113 – Ambulance

120 – Emergency at sea

22 59 13 00 – Poisons Information Centre

1412 TDD (textphone for the deaf or hearing impaired)

Norway, Norway What you should know while travelling in Norway

How to use drones in Norway

Drones and similar remote controlled flying devices must generally be kept at a minimum 150 metres distance from both people, vehicles and buildings that are not affiliated with the drone operator. Flying must happen in daylight only and within 120 metres above the ground or water surface. Never fly closer than 5 kilometres from airports unless you have explicit clearance to do so. The device must always remain within the sight of the operator who must neither be influenced by alcohol.

All such flight activity must always be performed with concern and respect for the surrounding people, birds, other animals, private properties, public spaces and tourist spots like viewing points. Please check with your destination for local, deviating regulations and military or other special restricted areas where all the aforementioned activities are forbidden by law.

Things You Can Buy Only in Norway

There’s nothing better than a keepsake to serve as a reminder of an amazing trip. Add these authentic Norwegian products and gifts to your souvenir list – they’re not easy to find anywhere else in the world.

Norway, Norway Things You Can Buy Only in Norway

Norwegian brown cheese - brunost

The weirdest thing about Norway’s most iconic cheese, brunost? It’s not cheese at all. Made from a gently boiled-down combination of milk, cream and whey, it’s a delightfully contrary sweet-savoury, creamy-tangy concoction, unlike anything else you’ll ever eat. As the milk and cream are cooked down, the natural sugars caramelise, creating a thick, golden-brown curd. Add the sharp tanginess of the whey (especially in the goat-milk variety), and it’s a taste-bud-tingling, bafflingly delicious addition to a cheese board or picnic.

Norway, Norway Things You Can Buy Only in Norway

Authentic Norwegian sweaters

“There’s no bad weather, only bad clothes” is a well-worn national saying. In Norway, that’s your cue to invest in a new wardrobe addition that keeps you warm and gives you an unmistakeable dash of Norwegian style. Case in point: Dale of Norway knitwear, notably sweaters, which have been crafted since 1879 and combine 100 percent pure wool with beautiful patterns based on nature and history. The village of Dale is tucked among fjords and falls in western coastal Norway, but the brand has concept stores in Oslo and Stavanger, too.

Norway, Norway Things You Can Buy Only in Norway

Norwegian traditional costumes

Norwegians love their bunads (woollen national costumes for men and – more commonly – women); brightly embroidered, they’re voluminous and often accessorised with buttons and buckles. You’ll see them worn publicly on official state holidays – notably Nasjonaldagen (National Day, 17 May) – as well as for birthdays, baptisms, family celebrations and photo sessions for Tinder profiles. Buy traditional outfits for men, women and children from Heimen Husfliden’s shops in Oslo, where everything is handmade using techniques in practice since 1912.

Included

Not included

Day1
Arrival in Oslo
Day2
Folgefonna glacier
  • 15:00 - Blue ice walk on the Folgefonna glacier
    Adult
    103 EUR
    x 1
    103 EUR
Day3
Bergen
Day4
Sognefjord cruise
  • 12:00 - Gudvangen - Flåm cruise
    Adult
    47 EUR
    x 1
    47 EUR
    Child from 4 to 15 y.o.
    23 EUR
    x 1
    23 EUR
Day5
Departure from Oslo

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