Hurtigruten Expeditions is the world's largest and leading expedition cruise line. With sustainability and exploration at their core, they offer big adventures on small ships—taking you to some of the most spectacular areas of our planet.
Tracing their roots back to the great explorers and golden age of exploration, the curiosity, sense of adventure, love for our planet, and the art of exploration is deeply embedded in their DNA.
With Hurtigruten Expeditions, you can join fellow explorers on adventures to 30+ countries and more than 250 destinations, including Antarctica, Alaska, the Northwest Passage, Greenland, Iceland, Svalbard, Norway, the British Isles, South America, the Caribbean, and more.
Hurtigruten Expedition's fleet of seven small-size custom-built ships includes the world's first hybrid electric–powered cruise ships and a variety of green technology enabling them to explore more sustainably. Hurtigruten is dedicated to creating a positive impact on the communities they visit by sourcing products and services from local suppliers.
Onboard, you will join a team of experts. Handpicked for your adventure, they will join you as you explore wildlife, nature, local communities, and more, taking full advantage of the onboard Science Center and abundance of expedition equipment—making sure they can take you where the big ships can't.
As generations of explorers have done before Hurtigruten, they are always looking for new adventures and new areas to explore, and new adventures to embark on. Join them—and explore more!
Alaska, Antarctica, British Isles, Caribbean & Central America, Europe, Galápagos Islands, Greenland, Iceland, North America, Northwest Passage, Norway, Russia, South America, Svalbard, Transoceanic, and West Africa & Cape Verde.
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Ecuador - San Cristóbal Island - Santa Cruz Island - Española Island - Baltra Island
Join Hurtigruten Expeditions and explore five Latin American countries, discovering ancient pyramids, exceptionally beautiful national reserves, and delicious local delicacies.
Starting from UNESCO-listed Valparaíso, Chile, you’ll journey north to the Neo-Colonial enclave of La Serena, then on to Paracas to visit the Ballestas Islands, which are teeming with biodiversity. Then discover the sumptuous cuisine in Lima, the capital of Peru, and tour the ancient temple and city ruins around Trujillo in Salaverry.
In Ecuador, explore Parque Nacional Machalilla on Isla de la Plata. While in Manta, visit Montecristi, where classic Panama hats were invented. Cébaco Island in Panama is a hidden gem, while Golfito and Quepos offer access to Costa Rican national parks full of scenic habitats and diverse animal life, such as toucans, iguana, sloths, monkeys, and a range of seabirds.
Anchorage - Seward - College Fjord - Icy Bay - William Henry Bay - Haines - Tracy / Endicott Arm Fjords - Sitka - Petersburg - Wrangell - Misty Fjords - B.C. Inside Passage - Alert Bay - Vancouver
Alaska is a destination for true explorers. With immense glaciers, deep fjords, and vast stretches of wilderness, its scenery alone never fails to impress visitors. You’ll also see remains of the Gold Rush era in the fishing villages, abandoned towns, and bustling harbor towns you visit.
The waters of Alaska are teeming with life. You might see whales, porpoises, dolphins, or even large colonies of sea lions. On land, look out for moose and caribou wandering the forests and brown bears fishing for salmon in the rivers. Birdwatching enthusiasts can look forward to spotting some of the many rare species that call Alaska their home.
The Inside Passage of Alaska is home to the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people, whose history is reflected in towering totem poles, while Russian settlers left a legacy of onion-domed churches gleaming with icons.
Buenos Aires - Ushuaia - Crossing the Drake Passage - Antarctic - Crossing the Drake Passage
Antarctica is the most remote continent on Earth. As a travel experience, nowhere else compares.
Experience the splendor of its scenery: endless ranges of snow-capped mountains and the majesty of icebergs sculpted by sun, wind, and waves. The krill-rich waters of the Southern Ocean are a beacon for abundant wildlife: whales, seals, seabirds, and of course, penguins.
Join the experienced Expedition Team to go on landings ashore, on small-boat (RIB) cruises in the area, and on optional excursions such as kayaking, snowshoeing, and even camping on the Great White Continent. The Expedition Team members are there to guide and enhance everything you see and experience in Antarctica, sharing their insights on geology, climate change, polar history, and the remarkable wildlife to be found there.
Dakar - Praia - Sao Filipe - Porto Novo - Sal Rei - Banjul
Explore the unique history and vibrant culture of isolated Cape Verde, alongside the remarkable biodiversity of the tropical Bissagos Islands. An expedition cruise to Cape Verde and the Bissagos Islands combines unique cultures and rare wildlife in one fascinating journey.
From rocky volcanic landscapes teeming with endemic bird life in Cape Verde to saltwater lagoons and mangrove swamps with a rare herd of saltwater hippos in Bissagos’ Orango National Park, both archipelagos offer superb opportunities for discovery and adventure.
You’ll learn all about the wildlife and ecology of the islands, as well as the local cultures and beliefs. Hurtigruten's small expedition ship will take you to destinations off the beaten track and enables us to get up close to volcanic islands where you’ll go on nature walks. In the Bissagos Islands, try sea kayaking, go on small boat (RIB) safaris among the mangroves and visit local Bijagós communities.
Dover, U.K. - Norway
Norway has been our home for almost 130 years; we’re the ones to show you both its highlights and its hidden gems.
Explore five of Norway’s most beautiful fjords on this sailing from Dover to the stunning Norwegian coast. The fjords are magical in any season. On this springtime expedition cruise, we witness the fjords waking up from the long winter months.
The days grow longer and the sun warms the air. Snow still covers the mountains, but the thaw brings meltwater gushing down rock faces, creating beautiful waterfalls and adding a deep color to the rivers. Down in the valleys, pastures are green, fruit trees are in bloom, and the idyllic fjord villages emerge from hibernation.
Norway’s stunning landscapes also feature some of the world’s most magnificent wildlife. From the predatory White-tailed Eagles that rule the sky to the whales along the coast, Norway is a wilderness of peerless beauty.
Lima, Peru to Guayaquil, Ecuador
Lima’s historic center is packed with the immaculately preserved architecture you’d expect from a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll go back in time in Cusco as you wander its cobbled streets and take in Inca engineering and Spanish-era architecture. Traveling up the Sacred Valley, you’ll discover the enigmatic Inca citadel Machu Picchu before heading to Ecuador to visit Cotopaxi National Park. Your Galápagos expedition features handpicked landings where you’ll see wildlife in a wide variety of island ecosystems. See sea lions basking in the sun on Mosquera Islet and giant tortoises on San Cristóbal and Santa Cruz. Gaze at the famous land iguanas of Santa Fe and South Plaza and discover the colorful bird colonies of Española, Edén Islet, and North Seymour.
Quito, Ecuador to Guayaquil, Ecuador
Your adventure begins with two hotel nights in Quito, one of South America’s most charming capitals. This UNESCO World Heritage City, filled with graceful Spanish-era architecture, is packed with cozy restaurants and small artisanal shops. From here, you'll pay a visit to an active volcano, embark on a nature walk among stunning surroundings, and stop to visit a vibrant open-air market. The western itinerary calls at Isabela and Floreana, at the volcanic island of Fernandina, and the centrally located Santa Cruz Island. The landings take in a wide variety of ecosystems and picturesque landscapes and provide great opportunities for seeing wildlife like sea lions, turtles, marine iguanas, giant tortoises, flamingos, Nazca and Red-footed Boobies, and Darwin’s iconic Finches.