Explore the finest small ports in Scotland, Norway, and the Faroe Islands (Denmark) before circumnavigating Iceland on this 17-day summertime adventure from Edinburgh to Reykjavik. Your first 11 days cover the shorelines of Scotland and Norway, stopping off to see Denmark’s Faroe Islands. The following week explores Iceland’s majestic fjords, imposing volcanoes and remote rocky reaches. Discover the challenges faced by Iron Age communities near Kirkwall, Scotland, sample almond ring cake and other Norwegian culinary delights at a historic farm near Bergen, Norway, and kayak among sea birds and urban artistry in Alesund, Norway. Iceland excursions include flights above waterfalls and volcanoes on Heimaey Island, detailed archaeological examinations of a medieval farm near Seydisfjordur, and relaxing moments immersed in the natural geothermal waters of the Myvatn Nature Baths outside Akureyri.
• Overnight in Kirkwall with more time to see 5,000-year-old Skara Brae and sample a whisky at Highland Park
• Cruise past the cascading waterfalls and steep lush hillsides of UNESCO site Geirangerfjord
• Shop for warm knit sweaters made from the distinctive wool of the Faroe Islands
• Overnight in Seydisfjordur and explore the colorful historic houses and the Blue Church
• Walk Bergen’s Hanseatic quay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
• Meet an Icelandic horse originally brought to Iceland in 9th century A.D.
• From Molde travel the world-famous Trollstigen Road
• Cruise past Surtsey Island, the youngest place on earth
• Pack light with complimentary daily laundry service
*Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, reflect all discounts and include non-discountable amounts. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are additional.