Individuals looking to sample the delights of Norway have been told that the best way to do so is on board a cruise ship.
Travelbite has revealed that there are many "unspoiled landscapes" in Norway and that a cruise ship offers the chance to witness the Norwegian coastline and its range of islands.
Meanwhile, if a holidaymaker opts to leave their cruise ship to get a better view of the country they will have the chance to head into locations such as quaint fishing villages and view old lighthouses.
There are also opportunities to enjoy activities including scuba-diving, canoeing and swimming with killer whales, according to Travelbite.
The website added that Norway is a destination that is suitable for travellers "with a variety of tastes and preferences", due to its natural scenery and city attractions.
Those looking to head to Norway can do so through a number of cruise operations including P&O Cruises
, Celebrity Cruises
and Royal Caribbean Cruises
Among the seven world heritage sites in Norway are the Urnes Stave Church, the West Norwegian Fjords and the rock carvings at Alta.
Written by Chris Smith