Up Norway Launches New Journeys for Solo Travelers

Sustainable luxury travel curator Up Norway has launched new journeys geared towards solo travelers. Up Norway designs bespoke itineraries tailored to an individual’s preference, from luxury and self-wellness to nature and adventure. A highlight of travel with Up Norway is its digital itinerary application where travelers can find all their travel details, personalized recommendations and 24-hour assistance via chat.

Among the transformative journeys are a few suggestions from Up Norway for solo travelers in 2023:

  • Self Reflection in Nature — This 10-day journey caters to travelers seeking a rejuvenating break while experiencing Norway’s fjord, mountain and coastal landscapes. The sustainable itinerary offers ever-changing surroundings and time for self-reflection with quality downtime throughout the itinerary.
  • Fully Tailored Hiking Itinerary for the Adventurer — Up Norway can design a journey with adventure integrated into every aspect of the trip, including the lodging. Fully serviced cabins, lodges and iconic designer houses provide the perfect base for outdoor adventures off the grid.
  • Regeneration Among Visionary Entrepreneurs — This journey focuses on places that are run on regenerative principles. All of the locations, especially Marmelkroken Guest House, Skåbu Mountain Lodge and BesteBakken, featured within the journey are run by entrepreneurs and hosts who want to share their thoughts with like-minded people.
  • A Solo Birdwatcher’s Paradise — “The Wild Varanger” journey is ideal for bird watchers and nature lovers. Travelers will stay in the Kongsfjord Guesthouse, located in an Arctic region that offers diverse offerings of ecosystems and bird life.
  • City and Wilderness Luxury — This 11-day journey begins at Sommerro House in Oslo. Travelers then move to the Writer’s Lodge at Juvet Landscape Hotel in Valldal, a place that was once the setting for Alex Garland’s 2014 science fiction movie “Ex Machina” and is the upcoming setting for HBO’s “Succession” in 2023. This chalet is a luxury escape from the hustle and bustle to write, create or simply recharge. The itinerary ends with a stay at Arctic Hideaway in Norway’s Arctic Circle Region. This location is a cluster of eco-cabins on a tiny island in the Fleinvær Archipelago in the Arctic Circle of northern Norway, an hour’s boat ride from Bodø.

Rates include lodging and all local transfers from arrival to departure, besides guided tours, select meals and service, and a digital itinerary provided by Up Norway. Each journey can be tailored to travelers’ needs and preferences.

For more information, visit upnorway.com.

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