Vegan travels with Hurtigruten

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    Hurtigruten

    Hurtigruten, a world leader in exploration travel, has the longest history and strongest legacy in polar waters, drawing on more than 125 years of pioneering experience. We are an exploration company in every sense of the word, and proud to offer you the opportunity to travel with meaning.


    Vegan travellers are in great hands with Hurtigruten.

    Vegan travels with Hurtigruten 

    Photo: Roald Amundsen and Friotjof Nansen vessels in arctic waters

    In business since 1893, Hurtigruten operates premium expedition cruises to Alaska, Antarctica, the Caribbean & Central America, Greenland, Iceland, North America, the Northwest Passage, Norway, South America, and Svalbard. These are unique destinations where the natural beauty is matched only by the stunning diversity of the wildlife, and often the friendliness of the locals. On each of the small, purpose-built ships in our fleet, you will find modern facilities and equipment designed specifically to sail in remote waters.


    Photo: sample images of a Hurtigruten voyage

    Norway – Cruise under the Midnight Sun and Northern Lights

    Svalbard – Discover the crown of Arctic Norway

    Antarctica – Embark on an adventure to the end of the Earth

    Iceland – Roam the land of fire and ice

    Northwest Passage – Follow the footsteps of legendary explorers

    Alaska – Explore the last frontier

    South America – Search for rich, cultural treasures

    North America – Sail along wild coasts and hidden harbors

    Europe – Wander among historical cities

    Caribbean and Central America – Venture into tropical paradise

    Greenland – Gaze in awe at immense icebergs

    Photo: passenger with small meal 

    HURTIGRUTEN FOOD SUSTAINABILITY

    Hurtigruten went plastic-free in 2018 and have continued to embrace many important aspects of sustainability: We could hang a small sign on our door, thus be a ‘Sustainable Traveller’ by opting out of the daily cabin-cleaning, bed sheets and towel-changes. Equally environmental, a small black-board could be found near the daily lunch-buffet tallying total food-waste from the day before. For a ship full to capacity (600 passengers onboard the MS Trollfjord), a mere 8 kilos of food-waste in a day is an impressive number.




    * This offer is subject to availability and can be withdrawn or varied without notice.