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Norway Geography/Geology Trip

Choose Norway for a geography/geology study trip! There are few better places for geography students. Plan an itinerary today.

Educational trip to Norway

Norway is home to some of the most stunning and beautiful natural landscapes in the world. Immerse your students and explore the unique geography, geology, and climate of Norway, while also gaining a deeper understanding of the cultural and historical context of this fascinating country.

From the awe-inspiring fjords and snow-capped mountains to the bustling cities and charming villages, Norway offers a wealth of diverse landscapes and experiences to discover.

Throughout this trip, you will have the opportunity to visit some of the most iconic and important geological and cultural sites in the country, as well as engage with local communities and experts to deepen your understanding of the issues and challenges facing Norway today.

Get in touch to start planning a trip to Norway for your students now! 

Your travel itinerary could look like...


Arrival & Viking Sailing Ship boat trip

In the afternoon, get into the Norwegian spirit with a Viking Sailing Ship boat trip

Step back in time with a 2-hour sail aboard Bergen’s most traditional tour boat. The square sailed vessel, Storskarven, represents Viking ship-building and design that has been passed down through the ages in Norway. Aboard you will admire the elegant construction of the overlapping wooden planks and smell the aromas of ancient wood preservation methods. Feel the exhilaration of the ship’s square sail filling with wind and pulling you along Bergen’s iconic and beautiful waterfront. Take part in the sailing or chill out on a bean bag and enjoy the ride!

Take a guided City Tour of Bergen

Appreciate why many people consider Bergen to be the most beautiful city in Norway on a relaxing walking tour through the city. As well as receiving fascinating details about the city’s 950-year history, your local guide will provide a true insider’s perspective on its inhabitants, known as the ‘Bergenser’. Starting from the city centre, be enchanted by the maritime charm of the harbor bay, Vågen. Then navigate through the city’s narrow wooden lanes as you get to know the most important sights of Bergen. Walk past the fish market, the theatre, and the old fire station and hear how historical residents, such as Edvard Grieg and Henrik Ibsen, helped shaped Bergen. Continue to the Bryggen district to see its iconic colourful wooden houses. This World Heritage Site is popular with both locals and tourists, housing many lively cafes, restaurants, and bars. Here, learn about how 400 years ago dried cod was stored in Bryggen and exported to throughout Europe, making Bergen the most important trading metropolis in Scandinavia during that time. Discover what the Hanseatic League was, the influence it once had on trading, and how life for the visiting German merchants played out here.

Guided tour to Nærøyfjorden, Flåm And Stegastein – Viewpoint Cruise

Enjoy a full day excursion with a local guide, departing from your hotel. Trip highlights are:

The first sightseeing stop will be at the magnificent waterfall, Tvindefossen. The waterfall has a drop for 150 meters and is a must see.

The tour continues towards Gudvangen, where we will drive down the amazing Stalheimskleiva. This is one of Northern Europe’s steepest road sections and has a fantastic view down towards the Nærøyfjord.

Lookout From Aurland, we will start the amazing climbing to the top of the Stegastein viewpoint. Stegastein has a unique and spectacular viewing platform that hangs 30 meters from the mountainside, 650 meters above the fjord, and offers an unparalleled panoramic view. The road from Aurland to Stegastein is part of National Scenic Routes in Norway. We will have the opportunity to take picture and go at the platform and see the amazing view.
It is no coincidence that Nærøyfjord is featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. A fjord cruise through this narrow and beautiful fjord will give you the memory of a lifetime! This is a 2 hours cruise on a battery powered boat who will take you from Flåm to Gudvangen on the beautiful Nærøyfjord.

Mostraumen Fjord Cruise 

Enjoy a half day boat trip from Bergen, departing from Zachariasbryggen quay Bergen at the Fish Market.  The cruise will head along the narrow Mostraumen fjord to see some of western Norway’s most spectacular scenery, including waterfalls and mountains, as well as wildlife including seals, goats, and perhaps eagles. The captain slows down so that you can get good pictures and tries to get close to the waterfall so you can try a taste of the fresh mountain water. Shore excursion timed to your ship’s arrival and departure Soak up views of western Norway’s most stunning scenery Spot wildlife, including seals and goats, and sample the fresh mountain water

Afterwards the group return to Bergen, with memories that will last for a lifetime, to pick up their luggage for an evening flight back to London.


Key details

  • 4-day study trip to Norway
  • From £398
  • Possible highlights: Guided Tour of Bergen, Nærøyfjorden, Flåm And Stegastein, Monstraumen Fjord Cruise

What’s included?

  • Flights
  • Hotel accommodation, shared for students
  • Activities and entrance fees as per itinerary

Why not add…

  • Folgefonna National Park
  • Ferrata Rock Climbing, zip wire and canoeing on Hardangerfjord

Why choose us

  • Fully accredited and financially protected
  • Knowledgeable and experienced staff
  • Regional Educational Development Execs to support all stages of the trip process
  • Customer portal and app for when you’re on the move
  • 24hr support

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