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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterAdventure travel specialist G Adventures have introduced a new Scottish land-based itinerary as an optional addition to three of its Norwegian expedition adventures for 2020. The new three-day itineraries include two days in Edinburgh and one in the Scottish Highlands, offering travellers a taste of Scotland in addition to their Norway Expedition.The new Scottish itinerary will include a guided walking tour of Edinburgh, taking in the sites of the Scottish Capital, including Edinburgh Castle and the National War Museum and a day trip to the Scottish Highlands. Travellers will explore the old town of Stirling, visit Wallace Monument and learn about the infamous battle of Bannockburn before visiting Deanston Distillery to taste real single malt scotch whiskey.The three new itineraries for 2020 include:Explore the Norwegian Fjords and Scottish Highlands: This 16-day adventure offers a taste of real Scotland before heading into the Norwegian Sea to explore the otherworldly fjords of Norway. Taking in UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Standing Stones of Stenness and the mystical Ring of Brodgar, this expedition travels as far north as Tromsø, known as the “Gateway to the Arctic”.Departures start 2 May 2020. Prices from AU$7,399 per person*.Cruise the Norwegian Fjords with Scottish Highlands: Setting sail from Tromsø aboard the G Expedition, this 16-day adventure journeys south along the icy cold waters of the Norwegian coastline and fjords. With experts on board, travellers will learn about wildlife and marine conservation along the way before enjoying a warm Scottish welcome and the opportunity to explore Edinburgh and the Highlands. Departures from 17 May 2020. Prices from AU$6,799 per person*.Norwegian Arctic and Scottish Highlands Encompassed: Scotland’s bustling capital city and stunning highlands kick off this 18-day adventure. Travellers will find their sea legs cruising along the Norwegian fjords to Tromsø before heading further north to the Arctic regions of Bjørnøya, Hornsund and Svalbard. Wildlife enthusiasts will revel in this Arctic region, which is home to walruses, reindeer, Arctic foxes, whales and the infamous polar bear.Departures from 26 May 2020. Prices from AU$9,399 per person*.*Prices based on shared cabins and are excluding flights.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more