There are no screams as we descend into the icy depths: our suits keep us warm, and it's too astonishing to make a sound.
Proud modern-day Vikings, the Lofoten Islanders make millions from cod and their cows give so much milk they have to wear bras.
Sliced durian, rotten shark, century eggs, live maggots in pecorino - and Vegemite. This food museum challenges all of your senses and your mind.
Mythical creatures must surely inhabit the forests and river glens in this delightful part of Norway.
Melbourne-born Percy Grainger held a lifelong enchantment with composer Edvard Grieg's music and the interest was reciprocated.
It's hard to choose just six in this country full of spectacular sites.
Sauna in Finland is not just de rigueur – it is an opportunity for a picnic, a chat and a time to get real.
Trondelag, and its capital Trondheim, wedged into the heart of the country, is Norway's quietly achieving region.