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Norway has the distinction of being one of the world’s most gender-equal countries, and Up Norway has created a new journey that will take your clients on a deep dive into that country’s history as it pertains to women.

Up Norway bills itself as a “travel curator,” and Tracing Norway’s Super Women is a remarkable collection of experiences spread over 10 days that takes full advantage of the tour operator’s local insider knowledge. The journey takes them from the 17th century up through the present day, with unexpected stops along the way Note: Recommend your clients use the company’s digital itinerary application, where they can have their travel details, personalized recommendations and direct access to chat with the team 24/7 all in one place.

A Trip Through the History of Women in Norway

Some of the highlights of Up Norway’s experience include a stop into Scandinavia’s only Women’s Museum; a guided visit to the Steilneset Memorial and Vardohus fortress for a combined look at witchcraft, wildlife, history and cultural heritage; a king crab fishing experience paired with storytelling; a taste of Norway’s new type of classic whiskey at the country’s first organic certified distillery; a guided tour of Ekeberg Sculpture Park; and accommodations with a female focus, think a gorgeously restored boutique hotel that was once the private residence of author Camilla Collett, a waterfront lodge in Varanger and the luxurious Bergen Bors Hotel, among others. And this is just the tip of the adventure iceberg.

The new Women’s Journey is available all year and is best for smaller groups of up to 8—both men and women are welcome. Pricing includes 9 nights’ accommodations in twin/double rooms with breakfast, 7 dinners and 4 lunches; privately guided tours, private airport transfers, all local transfers including domestic flights and more. The voyage can be tailored to your client’s needs and preferences.

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