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IMPORTANT: Updated information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Lofoten Islands by Thomas Rasmus Skaug, Visit Norway

Information regarding the Coronavirus situation in Norway and how it affects travel to Norway


Can tourists travel to Norway now?

From 12 February 2022, there are no requirements for testing, quarantine or registration upon arrival in Norway.

As of 5 April 2022, it is no longer required to get tested if  people develop symptoms or to go into isolation if they receive a positive test result.

Be aware that the rules may change at short notice, and that you are responsible for being updated about which rules apply when you travel.

You can find travel information from The Norwegian Government and The Norwegian Institute of Public Health here:
Travel to Norway
Advice and rules for travel in and out of Norway

When can I book a future trip in Norway?

Winter season 2021/22:
We have opened a selection of our winter tours for 2021/22 for booking.

Summer season 2022:
We are in the process of opening up for new tour reservations.

Please, check rules and regulations related to travel and COVID-19 both for Norway and in your own country, to avoid any unpleasant surprises.

What happens if my upcoming trip is affected by travel restrictions in Norway?

You will normally be offered to postpone your trip to a later date. Conditions depend on which trip you have booked.

Can I cancel my upcoming trip?

Yes, you can cancel the trip any time.

If you wish to cancel before we have information from the Norwegian authorities, or we can assume, that your upcoming trip will be affected by travel restrictions or other COVID-19 related restrictions, our regular terms and conditions apply.

Please note that in this case, it is, unfortunately, not possible to seek a refund for the deposit payment. Nor can a claim for refund be made retroactive (at a later date), should it at a later date be announced that the Norwegian borders will be closed during your planned travel start in Norway.

What happens if my flights are cancelled?

If your booking is affected by cancelled flights preventing you from reaching your tour start destination in Norway you must contact your insurance company regarding a refund.
Please note that our agreement, and responsibility, is limited to your trip in Norway.

This means that we are not responsible for any travel restrictions, cancellations or any other situations in other countries that might impact your travel plans.

What happens next?

We are extremely happy that the Norwegian borders are no longer closed, and the requirement for entry quranatine has been removed. It is difficult to predict how this situation will evolve, both internationally and nationally, but you can rest assured that we are monitoring the situation closely and will provide any important updates to our clients as soon as we receive them. Fjord Travel Norway follows closely the recommendations and restrictions of the Norwegian national health authorities and your safety is important to us. If you have any questions or requests, please contact us!

Fjord Travel Norway heartily welcomes all nationalities to Norway!

Again, we are able to offer spectacular trips all over Norway, both summer and winter, and you will always be able to experience beautiful Norway in an eco-friendly and sustainable way.

Take care & stay healthy!

Warm regards from all of us at Fjord Travel Norway


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How to travel eco-friendly in Norway

Contact Fjord Travel Norway:
Use our contact form, send e-mail to [email protected], or
call us on +47 (55) 131-310 (Mon-Fri 09:00 to 15:30 local time)

What our customers say:

  • On behalf of the group I would like to thank you and your colleagues for organizing our wonderful tour of Norway. Everything went very well including the weather, which was spectacular. We enjoyed all the hotels, the central locations you chose and the amenities, especially the lavish breakfasts. Three extra days in Oslo allowed us to tour the city at our leisure and to enjoy more of the important sights including the newly opened National Museum. The Norway in a Nutshell tour was amazing and made much easier by using your recommended porterage service between hotels in Oslo and Bergen. Both the train journeys and the boat trip were spectacular, and combined with a night in the beautiful Kviknes Hotel made for an unforgettable two days. We were very impressed by the Hurtigruten cruise, particularly the way they combined a working ship with a cruise ship, the comfortable accommodations, the food and service. It was fascinating to visit all the various ports, islands and fjords and the two included tours were excellent and informative. In the end we were glad to have the extra night in Kirkenes, to visit their lovely museum and take a trip to the Russian border. It was a good way to end the tour. Again, thank for staying with us through 2 years of pandemic postponements and changes. We certainly will recommend Fjord Travel in the future.

    Marilyn, United States

  • I wanted to thank everybody. We had a wonderful trip. Everything went well and fortunately we had the chance to see the lights while on the cruise. All my friends in Turkey would like to go on a similar trip. So I will be in touch with you. Thanks again and best wishes to all of you.

    Candan, Turkey

  • We just recently completed the Tromso, Northern Lights & Arctic Coast tour. I am writing to say what an amazing tour we had. Everything ran smoothly without an issue, the accommodation was fantastic and the tours were brilliant. We cannot fault the package at all. I would also like to thank Franziska and Lene, they both were fantastic in answering all my questions promptly, whilst booking the tour. Thank you for a wonderful and memorable holiday!

    Robert, Australia