More information View Map. Answer 1 of 11: Folks Planning a last minute trip to Norway in March. 10+ spaces left. Norwegian Fjords Escape. 4 reviews. Exactly what the weather will throw at you is difficult to predict, but 'crap' is certainly one of the options. Norway's Fjords in March: Travel Tips, Weather, and More Visiting Norway's beautiful fjords in March will bring a touch of spring thanks to the increasing daylight hours. The trip is planned from March 5 - March 16. A well timed tax rebate has opened up that possibility. In March, weather conditions in Norway make it a relatively bad trip destination. 13 Mar 2021. March is still winter in Norway and many tourist roads are closed.
Traveling with wife and 3 kids (5, 3, 3). Tour length 7 days Price per day $193. Among our chosen destinations (see below), the average temperatures you'll face in March would be between -2.5°C and 4.5°C, with exceptional possible peaks as low as -20°C and high as 15°C as observed in previous years. Answer 1 of 9: Hello, My husband and I are planning a trip to Norway, driving with a rental car from Kirkenes (and a day to Murmansk by bus) to Tromso. The North would also be the region to go for the Northern Lights. This is a great month to explore cultural sites in walkable cities, schuss the uncrowded slopes, and catch the Northern Lights above the Arctic Circle before they hibernate for the season. Late March around Easter time it is not very likely that you will find snow in Southern Norway - you will have to go well behind the Arctic Circle if you are looking for snow this time of year. I am looking to plan a 3-5 day itinerary and have some flexibility. From . Primary objective is to view the Northern Lights. destinations Oslo, Gol, Flam, Bergen age range 8 to 80 year olds Travel style Boat, Discovery operator Globus. 14 Norway trips in March 2021 View Map.
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US $ 1,349. However we want to go before I return to work from maternity leave.
7 spaces left. Travelling from Oslo to Bergen you have to cross a high plateau that will be snow covered. Answer 1 of 5: We've been wanting to go to Norway and particularly see some of the fjords for awhile now. 6 Mar 2021.