Explore Norway Pre- & Post tours

Are you looking for new products or do you want to send a colleague to discover a part of Norway?  Is there a region or a place in Norway you still need to get to know? Pre-and post tours are organized before and after the NTW to different destinations in Norway, and buyers participating at the event can register to one of the tours. The programmes for the pre-and post tours are made available when the registration opens, mid-December.

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Foto: Roger Johansen

Experience Norway first-hand

Maybe there are there products you think might fit well with your target group. but that you need to experience first-hand?  Take advantage of this unique offer and diversify your product portfolio! 

Choose between the idyllic southern coastline with its numerous small islands, into the inner parts of the country where lakes, mountains and villages reign, to the world famous Western Fjords where glaciers are within reach. Continue to the middle part of Norway where the forest is king, before continuing above the Arctic Circle – where white sandy beaches and high peak mountains form a delightful contrast with the Norwegian  sea.

Wide range of activities

But not only beautiful landscapes are to be expected, the tours are rich in historical, cultural and soft activities. What about a RIB boat tour on Norway’s largest lake, an animal sea safari or an encounter with the moose – the king of the forest? Visit museums on various themes, anything from maritime to folklore and local culture.

Get inspired by the rich medieval and Viking history of Norway and by the life of famous Norwegian artists and explorers (Kirsten Flagstad, Edvard Munch, Edvard Grieg, Thor Heyerdahl and more).

Norwegian culinary experience

Local gastronomy is also an important element in these tours, and expect visits to local and historical farms, micro breweries and distilleries. You might be surprised by the quality of the Norwegian products and may want to include such culinary experiences in your programmes.