Adventurous travelers can make amazing use of an offer from Widerøe, a Norwegian airline and get unlimited flights throughout Norway this summer. Yes, really, unlimited. Discover the Scandinavian country and book as many flights as you want to and from 42 different locations in Norway between July 1 and August 31.
The ticket is valid for two weeks and the country is divided up into "three zones." Vacationers can choose differently priced plans that allow for travel in one, two or all three of the zones. Traveling in one zone will cost you $435, while two zones runs at $512. If you're ambitious enough to tackle all three zones, tickets are $589. If two weeks doesn't seem like enough time for your travel plans, there's also the option to tack on an extra week, allowing for up to three weeks of unlimited flights, for an additional $255. The good news for families? Kids get a 25% discount on all tickets, so a children's unlimited pass starts at just $326.
Once the first flight is booked, you're free to change your itinerary as much as you want, up to two hours before your flight. The only rule? You can't book more than four flights between the same two cities. Otherwise, travelers have free rein. And, you can even add on a couple destinations outside of Norway. The ticket also includes a few destinations in the U.K., Sweden and Denmark.
Whether you want to see the famous fjords, experience the "midnight sun" phenomenon, enjoy the culture of Oslo or take a picturesque channel boat ride, you'll find something for everyone to love in Norway.
This is one deal families definitely want to take advantage of for a summer adventure the kids will never forget. Happy flying!