Up Norway recently launched new trips geared toward solo travelers. Each journey may be tailored to the traveler’s needs and preferences. Guests receive a digital itinerary complete with all travel details, personalized recommendations and 24-hour direct chat access to the Up Norway team for any questions and requests.
Here are solo travel suggestions for 2023:
Self Reflection in Nature
This 10-day journey offers an itinerary geared toward sustainability and rejuvenation. Take in the sights of Norway’s fjord, mountain and coastal landscapes.
Fully Tailored Hiking Itinerary for the Adventurer
Create your own adventurous tour with Up Norway. Enjoy off-the-grid adventures and choose from unique lodging options, including fully serviced cabins, lodges and designer houses.
Regeneration Among Visionary Entrepreneurs
Learn more about regenerative principles during this unique journey. Stay at Marmelkroken Guest House, Skåbu Mountain Lodge and BesteBakken, hosted by visionary entrepreneurs, and learn about regenerative principles at the properties.
A Solo Birdwatcher’s Paradise
This tour is ideal for bird watchers and nature lovers. Travelers stay at Kongsfjord Guesthouse in the Arctic region, with diversity of ecosystems and local bird life.
City and Wilderness Luxury
This 11-day tour combines travel in Oslo and the wilderness. Stay at the newly opened boutique hotel Sommerro House in Oslo and experience Norway’s cultural heritage. Move on to the Writer’s Lodge at Juvet Landscape Hotel in Valldal. The chalet offers a contrast to the city stay. The trip concludes with a stay at Arctic Hideaway in Norway’s Arctic Circle region.
Lodging, local transfers, various private guided tours, select meals and the digital itinerary are included in the pricing. Visit the website for more information about solo travel itineraries.
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