Day 1: Arrive in Tromsø, the largest city in Northern Norway and a popular destination for viewing the northern lights. Check in at the Thon Hotel Svolvær, a 5-star hotel with a terrace, a restaurant and a bar. Enjoy the views of the harbour and the mountains from your room. Relax and explore the city centre, where you can visit the Polar Museum, the Arctic Cathedral and the Fjellheisen Cable Car.
Day 2: Join a Northern Lights by Minibus tour and experience the magic of the aurora borealis. You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to a scenic spot where you can watch the lights dance across the sky.
Day 3: Take a Silent Whale Watching tour and get close to these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. You will board a hybrid-electric boat that minimizes noise and emissions, and cruise along the fjords where whales are often seen. You will also learn about the marine life and the history of the area from your guide.
Day 4: Depart Tromsø and drive to Senja, Norway’s second-largest island and a hidden gem of natural beauty. Check-in at Hamn i Senja, a 4-star hotel with modern apartments overlooking the sea. Enjoy the facilities of the hotel, such as the sauna, hot tub, restaurant and bar. You can also rent bikes, kayaks, fishing equipment and snowshoes from the hotel.
Day 5: Explore Senja by driving along the national scenic route, which offers stunning views of the fjords, mountains and beaches. Stop at some of the highlights, such as Bergsbotn Viewpoint, Tungeneset Rest Area and Ersfjord Beach. You can also go for a hike, a swim or a picnic at some of the spots.
Day 6: Join a Senja Adventure Tour and experience some of the activities that Senja has to offer. You can choose from sea kayaking, fishing, snowshoeing, skiing, dog sledging and more. You will be guided by local experts who will ensure your safety and enjoyment.
Day 7: Depart Senja and drive to Lofoten, an archipelago of islands that are famous for their dramatic scenery and fishing culture. Check in at Henningsvær Bryggehotell, a 4-star hotel with cosy rooms in traditional fishermen’s cabins. Enjoy the views of the harbour and the mountains from your room or from the terrace.
Day 8: Explore Lofoten by driving along the E10 road, which connects the main islands and offers spectacular views along the way. Stop at some of the attractions, such as Reine, Haukland Beach and Svolvær Goat/189751/). You can also go for a hike, a bike ride or a kayak trip at some of the spots.
Day 9: Join a Lofoten Adventure Tour and experience some of the activities that Lofoten has to offer. You can choose from surfing, snorkelling, rafting, climbing, fishing, horse riding and more. You will be guided by local experts who will ensure your safety and enjoyment.
Day 10: Depart Lofoten and drive to Alta, the largest town in Finnmark County and a gateway to the Arctic wilderness. Check-in at Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, a 4-star hotel made entirely of snow and ice. Enjoy the unique experience of sleeping in a room with ice sculptures, ice furniture and reindeer skins. You can also enjoy the facilities of the hotel, such as the sauna, the ice bar and the restaurant.
Day 11: Explore Alta by visiting some of the attractions, such as the Alta Museum, where you can see the UNESCO-listed rock carvings that date back to 4200 BC, the Northern Lights Cathedral, a modern church with a striking design inspired by the aurora borealis, and the Alta River, where you can go for a walk, a bike ride or a fishing trip.
Day 12: Join a Husky Sledding Adventure and experience the thrill of driving your own dog team through the snowy landscape. You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to the husky farm, where you will meet your dogs and learn how to handle them. You will then embark on a 15 km or 30 km sledging tour, depending on your preference. You will also enjoy a warm lunch and a hot drink at a wilderness camp.
Day 13: Depart Alta and drive to Nordkapp, the northernmost point of mainland Europe and a symbol of the Arctic. Check-in at Scandic Bryggen, a 4-star hotel with comfortable rooms overlooking the harbour. Enjoy the views of the sea and the mountains from your room or from the restaurant.
Day 14: Explore Nordkapp by visiting the Nordkapphallen, a visitor centre that offers exhibitions, films, souvenirs and panoramic views of the North Cape cliff. You can also take a photo at the iconic globe monument that marks the end of Europe. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the midnight sun or the northern lights from this vantage point. Alternatively, you can join a King Crab Safari and experience catching, cooking and eating these giant crustaceans from the Barents Sea.