Budget travel is becoming an ever increasing priority in these difficult financial times with more and more people trawling the net for hours to book their own holidays.
Our sister company FlyDrive Norway aims to put you into direct contact with suppliers enabling you to book flights, car hire, and accommodation with all the best deals closest to your chosen destination(s).
Whether you want to see the fjords along the west coast or experience the midnight sun in the north of Norway, FlyDrive holidays are an increasingly popular choice for the budget traveller.
We are only a phone call away for those of you who have come to enjoy our service and the added security to your holiday booking we offer.
Norway in the Winter months is best described as a winter wonderland.
With snow, mountains, fjords, the Northern Lights and much, much more, Norway is a land of huge contrasts with a diverse and breathtaking landscape.
No winter adventure in Norway would be complete without skiing. The season runs from late November to mid April.
Alternative winter adventures in Norway include sleeping in an ice hotel, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, snowshoe walks or even olympice bob sled runs. For the adrenalin junkie, you can even try the Skeleton bob (head first on a tea tray down an icy track at 60km/h).
Norway is one of the most beautiful countries on earth any time of the year.
Springtime sees the most amazing colours burst forth to greet the warmth of the rising sun with blossoming orchards along the Hardangerfjord in May being a real sight to behold.
Mid June to mid August is traditionaly the warmest time in Norway with temeratures during the long days regularly exceeding 22°C. Sea temperatures can reach 18°C and higher, making swimming an extremely popular pastime.
Autumn, as in the UK, is harvest time. The landscape is painted in rich golden colours with clusters of red rowan berries hanging from the naked branches begging to be picked and enjoyed.
The nature of Norway's rugged terrain demands a high level of respect. Weather in the mountains can change without notice at any time of year, a good tip... Always be prepared!