What makes a school trip to Norway unique? Students will embrace the wild outdoors, learn new skills, and enjoy independence like nowhere else.


The raw and rugged Hardanger region of Norway is an outdoor playground of spectacular beauty. You can hike to breathtaking waterfalls and canoe on the glacier-carved fjord, and climb, and zip-line through the lush green forest while learning about the homeland of Thor, Loki, and Odin!


Our in-house Nordic experts, work with you to create an itinerary that’s educationally enriching and links to the geography curriculum. 

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About Norway

From its craggy coastline which stretches beyond the Arctic Circle, to its expansive countryside of fells, rolling hills, valleys, and fertile farmlands, Norway delivers on every level. The Hordaland region, with its numerous islands and fjords, is a treasure trove of human achievement, biodiversity, and sustainability.

Norway is home to a culture of fairy and folk tales, many of which relate to place names like Trolltunga (the troll’s tongue), Trollistegen (the troll’s road), and Trollveggen. As you explore the country more of the enchanting stories which locals have told for generations will come to light.

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Why take a school trip to Norway?

  • Students can experience some of the most progressive strategies in coastal, glacial, and river management
  • Norway’s progressive stance on sustainability will spark interesting conversations about the human impact on the world
  • A reputation for being one of the best places to live in the world
  • Home to fascinating arctic animals and plants
  • Students will learn the basics of self-sufficiency by making their own breakfasts and packed lunches for the day before embarking on new adventures
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