A school trip to Norway opens up a wide range of educational and recreational activities to your students. The country boasts a wide variety of geographical features including waterfalls, glaciers, forests, rivers, fjords and beautiful national parks.
Creating a varied and adventurous itinerary incorporating a range of outdoor activities in a variety of settings, allows your students to learn new physical skills whilst engaging with the natural environment around them. We encourage clients to create a bespoke itinerary which matches well to their curriculum and class.
The itinerary below is designed to provide examples of the sorts of areas you and your students can visit, as well as the activities that are available. Our highlights page will give you an overview of some of the things you might like to do. When you are ready, our team will be here to help you start creating your tailormade study trip.
We recommend a 5 day school trip to Norway but we are flexible to any school’s requirements
Departure time: March – May and September – October | Currency: Norwegian krone
- Weather Processes & Hazards
- Climate Change
- Coastal Processes, Landforms & Management
- Water & River Processes
- Glacial Processes
- Geological Processes & Landforms
- Economic Change
- Food Resources
- Water Resources
- Energy Resources
- Husedalen Waterfall
- Sima Power Plant
David Nieper Academy Discovers Norway
- When considering a new destination, we know nothing is better than hearing from someone who has been there. That’s why we have asked David Nieper Academy to tell us all about their recent trip to Norway with us.
What to expect from your trip to Norway
- Forests, Fjords and Fish guts…
Day 1 – UK to Hardangerfjord
- Fly from the UK to Bergen and transfer to your accommodation for an evening meal.
Day 2 – Husedalen Waterfall Hike
- Enjoy a guided hike into the national park from Handangertun to Husedalen waterfall.
Day 3 – Sima Power Plant, Voringsfossen and Norwegian Nature Centre
- Enjoy a guided tour of Sima Kraftverk, one of the largest hydroelectric power stations in Europe located 700 meters inside the mountain.
- Continue to the Norwegian Nature Centre at Eidfjord to learn about the Hardangervidda National Park.
- Visit the stunning Voringfossen, Norway’s most famous waterfall.
Day 4 – Activities at Hardangertun
Choose from two of the following activities:
- Explore the Fjord by canoe
- Archery lesson and practise
- An orienteering challenge in the local area
- Climbing and zip-lining in the nearby forest
- Team building activities
- Transfer back to Bergen where you will spend your final night.
Day 5 – Hardangerfjord to UK
- Explore Bergen at your own leisure.
- Explore Bryggen wharf and enjoy some souvenir shopping.
- Take the funicular or cable car to the top of one of the mountains overlooking Bergen.
- Fly back to the UK.