The narrow and spectacular Nærøyfjord is surrounded by steep mountains with snow covered tops that stretch up to 1800 meters above sea level. Water falls cascade down the mountains and picturesque villages dot the landscape. This is an area that is featured on the UNESCO world heritage list..
Route: Flåm – Gudvangen or viceversa. Duration: 1,30 – 2 hrs. approx. (one way)
The Geirangerfjord is one of the most famous fjords in the world, and it is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Explore the mighty waterfalls, “the Seven Sisters”, “the Bridal Veil” and “the Suitor”, which are hurled from dizzying heights to shatter the surface of the dark fjord. Homesteads are a continued presence on the steep sides of the mountains, where farms have been kept for centuries.
Route: Geiranger – Hellesylt or viceversa. Duration: 1,10 hr. approx. (one way)
One of the most famous fjords in the Stavanger region is Lysefjorden. The fjord is 42 km long with rocky walls falling nearly vertically over 1000 m into the water. This is undoubtedly one of the highlights of Norwegian nature. With nature and tourist attractions like The Pulpit Rock and Kjerag among others, a journey on the Lysefjord will give you a long lasting experience of Norwegian nature and highlights.
Route: Lauvvik – Lysebotn or viceversa. Duration: 2,10 - 2,30 hrs. approx. (one way)