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Norwegian Splendor

Date: Tue, July 25, 2017 - Wed, August 9, 2017

Trip Status: Taking Reservations

Price: from $6,174 (including airfare)

Activity Level: Moderate

Region: Europe

Arrangements: Odysseys Unlimited

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Your 16-day tour beings in the delightful Danish capital, Copenhagen, with highlights including a visit to Rosenborg Palace. Spend a full day in Elsinore, made famous from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Take an overnight ferry to Oslo and transfer to Gaala, our entry into the region of magnificent Norwegian fjords. Journey to Geiranger, and ascend to the summit of Mount Dalsnibba. View some of Norway’s finest scenery at famed Geirangerfjord. Tour charming Bergen. Board the storied Flam Railway for a thrilling hour-long excursion through the 2,000-foot deep Flam Valley, then in Lofthus, travel through breathtaking scenery to one of Norway’s largest orchards.  Back in Oslo, visit the Hardanger Nature Center and Voringfoss Waterfall, and visit the Viking Ship museum, a highlight of this nautical Norwegian city.  



Copenhagen sightseeing, including Rosenborg Castle and Christianborg Palace; Excursion to Elsinore; Karen Blixen House and Museum; Overnight ferry to Oslo; Norway’s stunning Western Fjord District; Thrilling Flam Railway excursion; Picturesque Bergen; Oslo touring, including Viking Ship and Kon-Tiki museums; Norway’s outstanding natural scenery  

Reservations and Information

To reserve, complete a registration form in the brochure and fax it to (919) 660-0148 or call (919) 684-2988 to reserve conveniently over the phone.

To learn more about our travel program or any of our upcoming trips, please contact us at or 919-684-2988

Duke Leaders

Brian C. Murray MS '87, PHD '92, P '17

Brian Murray, director of the Environmental Economics Program at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and interim director of the Duke University Energy Initiative, is widely recognized for his work on the economics of climate change policy. This includes the design of cap-and-trade policy elements to address cost containment and inclusion of offsets from traditionally uncapped sectors such as agriculture and forestry. Murray is among the original designers of the allowance price reserve approach for containing prices in carbon markets that was adopted by California and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) cap-and-trade programs. Throughout his 21-year research career, he has produced many peer-reviewed publications on topics ranging from the design of market-based environmental policies and the effectiveness of renewable energy subsidies to the evaluation of programs to protect natural habitats such as forests, coastal and marine ecosystems. 

He holds both a doctoral and master's degree in resource economics and policy from Duke University and a bachelor's degree in economics and finance from the University of Delaware. 

Mode of Travel

Air & Land