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Norwegians are born explorers and love to step outside the boundaries and make new discoveries.
Here you can find a selection of our shore excursions designed to bring you refreshing experiences,
adventures and opportunities to see places you've only ever dreamed of.

And booking one couldn’t be simpler, just call our shore excursions team, contact your travel agent,
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Please note: Prices shown vary by sail date and are subject to change at any time.
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Tour Code: NYC_01

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 1

Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Port: New York, USA
Destination: Canada & New England

Take in the sites of the Big Apple's most fascinating areas in midtown as well as lower Manhattan. Pass by lively Chinatown, the tree lined streets of Greenwich Village and the oh-so-fashionable SoHo district. Drive by The World Trade Center and 9/11 Memorial then Battery Park to catch a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty in the distance. Heading back uptown, view the austere United Nations Plaza (time permitting), Rockefeller Center with its famous flags and statue, the instantly recognizable Empire State Building, and Times Square, where the ball drops every New Year’s Eve. A drive by beautiful Central Park, completes your tour before heading to the airport.


Note: This tour is only offered on Norwegian Gem and on Norwegian Breakaway itineraries. This tour will drop guests at both, La Guardia Airport (LGA) and JFK Airport (JFK). Only guests with domestic flights departing after 5:00 pm and guests with international flights departing after 6:00 pm should book this tour. Guests are responsible for ensuring their debarkation tours are compatible with their flight departure times. The tour sequence may vary depending on local conditions.
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  • At the end of the tour you’ll be transferred to the airport, to a Norwegian Cruise Line partner hotel or an assigned central location for your convenience. The hotel or downtown transfer is only possible, if this is stated in the tour description. Please reconfirm the transfer to the hotel / central location onboard with the Shore Excursion Desk. While on board, please confirm that your flight departure time will allow you to participate on this tour. Guests are responsible for ensuring their debarkation tours are compatible with their departure flight times. If a tour departs later than scheduled due to unforeseen reasons, please be advised that the tour will still run in its entirety. Guests should ensure they still have enough time to catch their flight despite the delay. Please allow extra time in case of delays. Guests should refer to the details section of their selected tour for more information.

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Tour Code: BOS_30

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Boston, USA
Destination: Canada & New England

Enjoy all the highlights of the Scenic Boston tour as well as a short walk through the historic North End and a visit to Cambridge. During your scenic tour of Boston you’ll pass the highlights of the city including Copley Square, Trinity Church, Boston Public Library, Back Bay, Newbury Street, the Public Garden, Boston Common, Beacon Hill and the Massachusetts State House. A visit will be made to the Old North Church where Paul Revere ordered two lanterns hung in the steeple to signal that the British Redcoats were approaching by sea.


Catch a glimpse of the USS Constitution, America's oldest commissioned warship built in Boston and launched in 1797. Continuing across the Charles River to Cambridge, you’ll see a number of New England-style red brick buildings, unique cafes and splendid bookstores. Disembarking your coach in Harvard Square, you’ll have an opportunity of taking a slow-paced guided stroll past the hallowed halls of America’s oldest and most prestigious university.


Note: This tour is conducted in French. Tour itinerary may vary due to traffic conditions. Tour includes a slow 10-minute walk to and from the Old Church on partially hilly terrain.
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Tour Code: SJB_02

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Saint John, Bay of Fundy, Canada
Destination: Canada & New England

Less than an hour away from Saint John is the picturesque fishing village of St. Martins, a beautiful window through which to take a peek at life in New Brunswick. During the scenic drive to St. Martins, your local guide will entertain you with fascinating folklore about the village, including the thriving shipbuilding era of bygone days. Upon arrival, stop at the harbor and witness the effects of the extreme high and low tides of the Bay of Fundy. This area is a favorite with artists, with its lighthouse, lobster traps and fishing boats creating a charming scene. Stroll over the covered bridge and explore this working harbor. Visit the beach, where time and tides have carved echoing caves in the sandstone cliffs. Enjoy a walk along the beach and a light lunch of delicious seafood chowder at the beach restaurant. As you return to the pier, enjoy the scenery and reflect on your wonderful day in St. Martins.


Note: There will be alternate soup for those who don't eat seafood. Participants must be able to walk approximately 300 yards over even surfaces with 5 to 10 steps. Walking on the beach and at the Sea Caves is over very rocky terrain and is at your discretion. The Sea Caves are only accessible at low tide, but they can be viewed from the beach during high tide. The tide may be high or low depending on the time of visit.
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  • A meal and beverage is provided on this tour.

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Tour Code: QUE_27

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Québec City, Canada
Destination: Canada & New England

Discover the European charm and character of the first French City in North America as you explore the city sites and learn the fascinating history of Quebec’s legacy. Perched on a hill overlooking the St. Lawrence River is Chateau Frontenac, the best-known landmark in Quebec. Located just outside the chateau is the romantic boardwalk known as Dufferin Terrace from where you’ll have a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River, Ile d’Orleans and the Laurentian Mountains. Passing through the St. Louis Gate, next explore the National Battlefields Park, with a short photo stop at Cap Diamant. Continue on past the trendy Grand Allee, the Champs-Elysees of Quebec lined with quaint shops, sidewalk cafes and boutiques. Next, pass the Hotel du Parliament, an imposing Second Empire-style building. Within minutes of the walled city of Old Quebec are the beautiful pastoral landscapes of Quebec’s countryside. A photo stop will be made at the Montmorency Falls where you'll enjoy the breathtaking views and see the powerful forces of natures as the water of the Montmorency River roars down the cliff to eventually meet with the St. Lawrence River.
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Tour Code: NPO_01

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Newport (Rhode Island), USA
Destination: Canada & New England

With mansions representing more than 250 years of social and architectural history, this tour combines all the highlights of the Newport scenic drive tour with a visit to one of the grand mansions. Passing through the historic colonial section, your scenic drive will take you along the world famous Ocean Drive where you’ll have spectacular views of Newport’s rocky coastline. Continuing to Bellevue Avenue, immerse yourself in a world of wealth and power as it existed at the dawn of the 20th century with a visit to one of the grand summer villas that defined the era known as the ‘Age of Beauty’.


Depending on local conditions, you’ll tour either the Elms or Rosecliff, both of which represent the height of gracious living and entertaining by America’s elite. Imagine yourself at a fabulous party in a magnificent ballroom or perhaps at a fairy tale dinner as your personal headset audio guide offers insight into the life and artifacts of this fascinating time in American history.


Note: Due to the popularity of the Newport Mansions, please anticipate a wait of approximately 30 minutes. The actual tour involves approximately 45 minutes of slow walking or standing. The Elms is partially wheelchair accessible, the elevator is very narrow (27 inches) and will not fit motorized wheelchairs. There are six steps to enter the mansion.
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Tour Code: BHB_01

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 1

Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Port: Bar Harbor, USA
Destination: Canada & New England

Experience one of the most scenic drives on the East Coast of the United States during this memorable visit to Acadia National Park, the second-most visited park in the United States.


Boarding your coach at the pier, you will set-off on the drive to Acadia National Park, first passing through the quaint town of Bar Harbor to view some of the charming Victorian mansions built by America's rich and famous at the turn of the 20th century. Upon arrival at Acadia National Park, you will proceed along the 27-mile Park Loop Road taking in spectacular coastal, mountain and forest views.


Next, you will travel along the ocean's edge, passing Sand Beach, Schooner Head Overlook, and the High Seas Estate, a beautiful mansion built by a wealthy gentleman whose wife perished on the Titanic before ever stepping foot in her dream home. At Thunder Hole, a short photo stop will be made where you can see the ocean swells converge against the granite cliffs to create a thunderous roar (If designated bus parking is not available, an alternate photo stop will be made in the park at the tour guide's discretion).


Continuing on, you will pass Otter Cliffs and the gulf of Maine with beautiful views of the off shore islands, as well as travel through pine wood forests and past the Jordon Pond House. A beautiful view of the Penobscot Mountains and Bubbles Hill can be seen from this location. The park is home to over 50 species of mammals so keep your eyes peeled for moose, black bear and white tail deer as you make your way around the Park Loop Road.


Weather and traffic/crowd conditions permitting, there will be a photo stop from atop the 1,530-foot Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on North America's eastern seaboard. Here, you will have the opportunity to take in spectacular panoramic views and enjoy photo opportunities of Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island. This wonderful vantage point allows you to see how glaciers have carved through the granite cliffs to form a breathtaking landscape of lush forest, lakes and valleys. In the event the weather or traffic prevents a stop here, an alternate scenic photo stop will be made in the park at the tour guide's discretion.


Following your this last stop, you will re-board your coach and transfer back to the pier.


Note: This tour includes a moderate amount of walking, mainly at the guest's discretion. Most of the surfaces are paved and easily accessible; however, some areas are uneven and can be slippery when wet. The tour is available to guests who utilize a wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of ability and stamina. Weather appropriate clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
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Tour Code: BOS_03

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Boston, USA
Destination: Canada & New England

Enjoy all the highlights of Boston, as well as a short walk through the historic North End and a visit to Cambridge. During your scenic tour of Boston you’ll pass the highlights of the city including Copley Square, Trinity Church, Boston Public Library, Back Bay, Newbury Street, the Public Garden, Boston Common, Beacon Hill and the Massachusetts State House. A visit will be made to the Old North Church where Paul Revere ordered two lanterns hung in the steeple to signal that the British Redcoats were approaching by sea.


Catch a glimpse of the USS Constitution, America's oldest commissioned warship built in Boston and launched in 1797. Continuing across the Charles River to Cambridge, you’ll see a number of typical New England red brick buildings, unique cafes and splendid bookstores. Disembarking your coach in Harvard Square, you’ll have an opportunity of taking a slow paced guided stroll past the hallowed halls of America’s oldest and most prestigious university.


Note: Tour itinerary may vary due to traffic conditions. Tour includes a slow 10 minute walk to and from the Old Church on partially hilly terrain.
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Tour Code: HAL_65

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Halifax, Canada
Destination: Canada & New England

Experience a narrated excursion of Halifax, including a drive by historic properties, a restored section of the waterfront, Citadel Hill and the beautiful public gardens before heading out to Peggy’s Cove. On this tour you’ll travel along the scenic coastal highway to the tiny village of Peggy’s Cove, where less than 40 residents live year round. See the brightly colored houses nestled close to the water’s edge in this working rustic fishing village.


As you enter the cove, drive by the monument carved by local artist William deGarthe from a massive slab of granite and a tribute to the people of Peggy’s Cove. Your guide will also spin tales of the Cove, explain how it got its name, tell you the story of its lighthouse and talk about the lobster fishery, which is the backbone of the local economy. There is also an optional live lobster demonstration by your guide, if you wish. Explore the village on your own and if you choose, there is plenty of time to visit a few of the shops and galleries before you return to your ship.


Note: This tour is conducted in French. Walking at Peggy's Cove is optional. If you choose to explore the Peggy’s Cove area, wear warm clothing, a raincoat and sturdy low-heeled shoes, as the wind often carries salt water spray great distances.
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Tour Code: PWM_26

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 1

Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Port: Portland, USA
Destination: Canada & New England

To make the most of your day in Portland, this tour combines the city highlights with a visit to Portland Head Light and the charming seaside town of Kennebunkport. Highlights of Portland include a scenic drive through the quaint streets of the Old Port where street lanterns highlight a gracious mix of architectural styles. Once the home of the warehouse district, the red brick buildings have been transformed into charming restaurants, pubs, unique boutiques, and galleries. Continuing past a number of historic Victorian homes and neighborhoods, enjoy terrific views of Casco Bay and the islands from the East End Promenade. Passing through the urban center, you’ll see Portland's new Arts District, as well as the thriving commercial and business district. Continuing along the beautiful coastline of Maine, arrive at the picturesque town of Cape Elizabeth for a visit of the oldest lighthouse in Maine. First illuminated on January 10, 1791, Portland Head Light has since stood at the gateway to Portland Harbor for mariners traveling Maine's perilous coast. A short photo stop will be made.


Located just 45 minutes from Portland, enjoy a scenic drive through Kennebunkport passing the stunning Federal and Victorian-style mansions built by wealthy sea captains and merchants in the 1700s and 1800s. Pass Walker's Point, the Bush estate and former Summer White House where world leaders often gathered. A stop will be made in the center of Kennebunkport at Dock Square to enjoy some free time for shopping along the picturesque bayfront streets lined with galleries, unique boutiques and antique stores. You’ll also have time for lunch or a snack on your own in one of the many restaurants, outdoor cafes, or pubs overlooking the harbor.


Note: This tour is conducted in French. Participants will have approximately 1 3/4 hours of free time at the Dock Square area of Kennebunkport. Walking is on sidewalk and gravel at guest’s discretion. Lunch is at your own expense. At Portland Head Light, guests must walk from the bus parking lot to the lighthouse for approximately 200 yards on level and uneven ground with a few steps.
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Tour Code: SJB_40

ACTIVITY LEVEL Level 2

Tours with this activity level involve a considerable amount of physical activity such as substantial walking over cobblestone streets, uneven or steep terrain, climbing stairs, or extended periods of standing. Not recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended.

Port: Saint John, Bay of Fundy, Canada
Destination: Canada & New England

Less than an hour away from Saint John is the picturesque fishing village of St. Martins, a beautiful window through which to take a peek at life in New Brunswick. During the scenic drive to St. Martins, your local guide will entertain you with fascinating folklore about the village, including the thriving shipbuilding era of bygone days. Upon arrival, stop at the harbor and witness the effects of the extreme high and low tides of the Bay of Fundy.


This area is a favorite with artists, with its lighthouse, lobster traps and fishing boats creating a charming scene. Stroll over the covered bridge and explore this working harbor. Visit the beach, where time and tides have carved echoing caves in the sandstone cliffs. Enjoy a walk along the beach and a light lunch of delicious seafood chowder at the beach restaurant. As you return to the pier, enjoy the scenery and reflect on your wonderful day in St. Martins.


Note: This tour is conducted in French. There will be alternate soup for those who don't eat seafood. Participants must be able to walk approximately 300 yards over even surfaces with 5 to 10 steps. Walking on the beach and at the Sea Caves is over very rocky terrain and is at your discretion. The Sea Caves are only accessible at low tide, but they can be viewed from the beach during high tide. The tide may be high or low depending on the time of visit.
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