Honningsvag Cruises

The North Cape Experience
King Crab Tasting
Photo Safari on Magerøya Island

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Honningsvag/North Cape

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The port of Honningsvåg, the northernmost city in Norway, is a charming MSC Northern Europe Cruises destination. The town is celebrated for its pretty churches, charming harbour, and nearby natural wonders.

 
MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including: 
 
• The North Cape Experience
• King Crab Tasting
• Photo Safari on Magerøya Island
 
North Cape, a dreamlike destination that inspires deep contemplation, is an unmissable experience. On an MSC Cruises excursion, you’ll see spectacular landscapes marked by barren tundra, majestic mountains, steep cliffs, and birch trees. Travel north to Magerøya Island which overlooks the atmospheric Barents Sea. Visit the North Cape Pavilion and pick up an electrically assisted Pedelec bicycle to further enjoy the scenery.
 
Lovers of seafood can enjoy a culinary experience on an MSC Cruises excursion. Take a brief walk to the North Cape Adventure Centre where you’ll take a RIB-boat cruise to stunning Sarnesfjord. At a traditional tent camp, you’ll savour delicious and succulent king crab — a large crustacean that lives in the depths of the Arctic ocean. Considered a delicacy, king crabs can weigh as much as 10 kilos and measure up to 2 metres in diameter! 
 
Enjoy a safari to Magerøya Island on an MSC Cruises excursion. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this wild and remote landscape, aided by a guide who specialises in outdoors photography. Take a scenic ride to a fishing village to take snapshots of the North Cape plateau. Keep your eyes peeled for reindeer and eagles on this unforgettable tour.  

Must see places in Honningsvag

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    Norway

    The magic of the northern lights
    The magic of the northern lights

    A holiday in Norway is a dream. A dream along a fjord, the most evocative and characteristic natural formation of this land.

    The Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord are listed as part of UNESCOs World Heritage Sites, but it's also worth mentioning the longest of all the Fjords, the 204 km long Sognefjordas well as the Hardangerfjord where cherry and apple blossoms can be seen on the cliff-side during spring.

    But a Northern Europe MSC cruise also means experiencing the spectacular beauty of the Northern lights; while those of you who travel in the summer can admire the spectacular midnight sun, once north of the Arctic Circle. A cruise to Norway also means discovering the culture of two ancient populations: the Vikings, not just pirates and warriors, but merchants, explorers and colonisers who, for over three hundred years until the 11th century governed Scandinavia and the northern Atlantic: and then, the Samis, the natives of these lands, dressed in multicoloured clothes with immense herds of reindeer, who have lived in the deep North for more than 10,000 years.

    Finally, watch out for the Trolls! Many of the places you will visit are named after these legendary creatures: Trollheimen, Trollstigen (with the spectacular Troll’s path), Trollhatten and Trollveggen.