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Norway, known for its breathtaking fjords, stunning landscapes, and vibrant cities, is a dream destination for many travelers. If you're planning a trip to Norway from India, you'll be delighted to discover the diverse attractions and experiences this Scandinavian gem has to offer. In this blog post, we present an exciting 15-night, 16-day tour itinerary that will take you on a memorable journey through Norway's most iconic destinations. Embarking on a 15-night, 16-day tour of Norway from India will allow you to immerse yourself in the country's natural beauty, vibrant cities, and rich cultural heritage. From exploring the fjords to witnessing the Northern Lights, this itinerary offers a diverse range of experiences that will leave you spellbound. Whether you're captivated by the vibrant capital city of Oslo or enchanted by the tranquility of the Lofoten Islands, Norway is sure to leave a lasting impression on your travel memories. Plan your journey, pack your bags, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure through the mesmerizing landscapes of Norway.

Day 1: Arrival in Oslo Upon arrival in Oslo, the capital city of Norway, you'll be greeted by the beautiful combination of modern architecture and natural surroundings. Spend the day exploring the city's highlights, such as the Royal Palace, Viking Ship Museum, and Vigeland Sculpture Park.

Day 2-3: Bergen - The Gateway to the Fjords Catch a domestic flight to Bergen, a picturesque city surrounded by mountains and fjords. Take a ride on the iconic Fløibanen Funicular to Mount Fløyen for panoramic views. Explore Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit the Hanseatic Museum. Take a boat trip to the stunning fjords nearby, such as the Sognefjord or the Hardangerfjord.

Day 4-5: Stavanger and Pulpit Rock Fly to Stavanger and embark on a hiking adventure to the famous Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen). This breathtaking cliff offers awe-inspiring views of Lysefjord. Spend the night in Stavanger and explore its charming old town, featuring well-preserved wooden houses.

Day 6-7: Tromsø - The Arctic Gateway Take a flight to Tromsø, often referred to as the "Gateway to the Arctic." Discover the city's unique architecture, visit the Arctic Cathedral, and take a cable car ride to Mount Storsteinen for incredible views. Experience a husky sledding or reindeer sleigh ride and chase the magical Northern Lights.

Day 8-9: Lofoten Islands - Nature's Masterpiece Fly to Leknes and immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of the Lofoten Islands. Visit picturesque fishing villages like Reine and Å, explore pristine beaches, and hike in the stunning mountains. Don't miss the opportunity to sample local seafood delicacies.

Day 10-11: Trondheim - Historical Delights Travel to Trondheim, a city rich in history and culture. Explore Nidaros Cathedral, the largest medieval building in Scandinavia, and visit the Archbishop's Palace. Take a stroll along the colorful wharf area, known as Bakklandet, and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the city.

Day 12-13: Geirangerfjord and Ålesund Take a scenic drive to Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a cruise along the fjord, marveling at its dramatic cliffs and cascading waterfalls, including the iconic Seven Sisters and the Suitor. Continue to Ålesund, renowned for its Art Nouveau architecture, and explore the city's charming streets.

Day 14-15: Oslo - Return to the Capital Return to Oslo and spend your final days exploring the city's lesser-known gems. Visit the Fram Museum, dedicated to polar exploration, and the Kon-Tiki Museum, showcasing Thor Heyerdahl's expeditions. Take a leisurely boat trip on the Oslofjord and explore the vibrant neighborhoods of Grünerløkka and Aker Brygge.

Day 16: Departure Bid farewell to Norway as you board your flight back to India, carrying unforgettable memories of your Norwegian adventure.


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To get a tourist visa you need to hold a valid Indian passport with 6 months or more of validity remaining. A photo id such as a PAN card or a voter id as provided by the Indian government, a proof of your financial standing, your flight return tickets, voucher confirming your hotel stay during your tenure, among other related documents. In case you are staying with a friend, then an official letter of invite from them establishing your residence in the duration of your travel.

Tourist visa is granted for 180 days, granting multiple entries, a transit visa allows single entry and is typically valid for 15 days. Business visa can be granted for a maximum of 5 years, making your eligible for multiple entries. An employment visa is usually for a maximum of 2 years or until your employment contract ends. This too is a multiple entry visa. A student visa is granted for 5 years or till the duration of your course, whichever is less. This entitles you to 3 entries per academic year.

In order to check your visa status online you need to go into the enquiry tab of the consulate website of the country you plan to travel to. There you may be required to enter your application id and the passport number. And in case you have submitted your visa forms through an agent website you need to enter your date of birth and your passport number there, and you will get an update on its status.

When filling up your visa application form you need to establish your purpose of visit, whether it is casually for travel or for business or studies. All travel-related visas qualify as tourist visas which is granted to an individual visiting the country with the sole intention of travelling. To enter the United States, you need to first get a visa which could either be a non-immigrant visa for temporary stay or an immigrant one for permanent residence.

Visa on Arrival is an authorization document provided by the consulate or immigration department of the country you are travelling to only after you have arrived at the destination. This saves you the hassle of going through a lengthy visa application form submission process. In a visa-on-arrival too you need to keep all necessary identification documents handy along with photographs so that the immigration desk can quickly put it together and hand you over your visa-on-arrival. Without the necessary id proofs you shall not be entitled to a visa-on-arrival.

Typically an e-visa takes 72 hours for processing, and in case more documents are required on your visa you will be intimated of the same within 48 hours and you need to comply in the next 72 hours. In case you take any longer than that, your visa application will be deemed cancelled. For a visa within Asia, you can expect it processed in 5 working days, but for a US visa you will have to wait for 3 to 5 weeks for your visa application to be processed. After processing, you can expect a positive response to your application and the consulate will deliver the document in two working days. Generally, it takes about 5 working days for you to receive your passport once your visa interview is a success. But for a US visa this could be about 10 days. A UK visa, on the other hand, is normally processed within 15 days. Though you are advised to apply about a month prior to your date of travel. You can always track your e-visa application status online.

Yes, there is a visa processing fee charged by the government of the country you are planning to travel to. The sum varies from one country to the next. This processing fee applies to both regular and e-visas. Now, if you plan to get your visa done through an agent, the agent will charge his commission over and above the pre-fixed processing fee that applies in addition to taxes among others.

Yes, you do by all means for every international trip you make. Even if you are a passport holder, the absence of a visa to your destination country may not even qualify you to board a flight, far less get to your destination. You need to have a valid visa to travel to any foreign destination.

A Visa is an official certificate of endorsement on your passport giving you the permission to enter, stay and leave a particular country, whether permanently or for a specific period of time. A visa is issued to you by the immigration authorities of the country you intend to travel to after verifying your credentials, the accuracy of your submitted visa form and other necessary documents. Many countries such as UK and USA among others grant you visa only after an in-person interview with the immigration officers. Of all kinds of visas, tourist visas are less hassle and always easy to gain. Where no physical interview is required a visa is even sent to you electronically. Although, the visa is a grant to entry, your actual entry into a foreign country is only subject to approval from the immigration officer at the point of entry.

For any international ticket booked, Nitsa Holidays will assist you with the visa application process, by helping you fill up the form, apprising you of the support documents, checking the accuracy of the documents before sending it ahead to the consulate of the country you wish to travel to. It will intimate you of the interview date, if there is one involved, and give you an update of the visa processing status until to finally receive the visa.

Yes, you can travel once you have ended isolation. However, you should wear a high-quality mask or respirator the entire time you are around others indoors until it’s safe for you to remove your mask around others. Do not travel on public transportation such as airplanes, buses, and trains if you will not be able to wear a high-quality mask or respirator when around others indoors for the full duration of your trip. Find out when you can travel and steps to take to protect others during you trip.

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