King penguin Aptenodytes patagonicu staring out to sea, South Georgia, Antarctica

Hurtigruten support RSPB to save nature

As the world leaders in sustainable exploration travel, Hurtigruten are partnering with the RSPB to save our marine environments.

What's happened so far

Our new three-year partnership, which began in January 2019, aims to generate over £250,000 of funds to support vital projects focusing on halting the decline in seabirds such as puffins, albatrosses and penguins.

You can help us reach our goal by booking your own Hurtigruten voyage today to visit some of the most remote places in the world, including Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland, Spitsbergen and Norway. You will receive a 5% discount as an RSPB supporter, and 10% of your trip price will be donated to the RSPB. Just remember to state you’re an RSPB member when you book.



Since our partnership began in 2015, over £100,000 has been raised for vital conservation projects, including the Albatross Task Force. In South Africa, the Task Force team have reduced the accidental bycatch of albatrosses by a staggering 99%, significantly improving the fortunes of these threatened birds.  

South African landscape of green mountains and the sea