Port of Øksfjord. Small town in Northern Norway.
World heritage and Unesco listed rock art in Alta. Photo: Svetlana Funtusova, nordnorge.com

The mountains here are over a thousand metres in height, and there are glaciers. Up to Øksfjordjøkulen Glacier, the mountain wall extends up hundreds of metres, and the glacier responds by spilling over the edge, and blue ice calves directly into the fjord. You can come here by kayak or in a RIB.

Alta is just a short distance from Øksfjord. The village is often called the gateway to Sápmi, the land of the Sami. It is also called the Town of the Northern Lights. In winter you can travel by dog sled across the plateau or visit the ice hotel where both the interior and exterior—even the glasses in the bar —are made of ice. When the snow is gone, you can see the rock art that made the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most significant testimony to prehistoric human activity in the North is made up of 6,000 rock carvings and 50 rock paintings that are between 200 and 6,000 years old.

Mountain with glacier. Photo visitnorway.com

Our voyages here

North- and southboundRound Voyage

Bergen → Kirkenes → Bergen

Havila ship sailing in the azure blue Geiranger fjord with steep green sides and a partly cloudy sky.
The classic

NorthboundVoyage North

Bergen → Kirkenes

Atlantic Ocean road connected by bridges on small islands.
7 days

SouthboundVoyage South

Kirkenes → Bergen

Red houses on rocky shoreline with majestic mountains in the background.
6 days

SouthboundThe Arctic Dream

Kirkenes → Tromsø

Reindeer migration. Photo: Thomas Rasmus Skaug, visitnorway.com
2 days

NorthboundNorthern Tip of Europe

Tromsø → Kirkenes

Sami lavvo in Northern Lights.
3 days

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