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When visiting the land of fjords, you must not miss the opportunity to explore the impressive landscape up close. Cruise silently along the UNESCO-listed Nærøyfjord on board an innovative electric-powered vessel, sail past unspoilt nature on the famous Geirangerfjord, witness the Pulpit Rock from below on the Lysefjorden, sample local cider in Hardanger, and explore the King of the Fjords – Sognefjord – by car and ferry. Find your favourite fjord or visit them all!
We can assure you it is no coincidence that Nærøyfjord is featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. A fjord cruise through this narrow and beautiful fjord will give you the memory of a lifetime!
From NOK 530,-
The Geirangerfjord is a 15-kilometre-long branch of Storfjord and has been inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Join this amazing fjord cruise.
From NOK 310,-
A fjord cruise by tourist ferry on Lysefjord features spectacular natural phenomena, such as the Pulpit Rock, the Kjerag mountain, rugged scenery and dramatic rock formations.
From NOK 370,-
Discover the interesting and scenic Rombaken fjord from Narvik, a 20 km long arm of the Ofot fjord. During the fjord cruise you will get close to important scenes from WW2 and as well as the fascinating Arctic nature.
From NOK 480,-
Experience apple blossom and romance in Hardanger. Combine a sustainable fjord cruise on the beautiful Hardangerfjord with visits to museums and local farms that produce fruit, juice and award-winning cider.
From NOK 210,-
The classic car ferries between Gudvangen and Kaupanger will take you on a journey through some of the most beautiful fjord landscapes in Norway.
From NOK 330,-
Experience the beautiful fjord landscape and enjoy adventurous activities in the 35-km long Hjørundfjord on the west coast of Norway between Ålesund and Øye.
From NOK 425,-
Enjoy a wonderful fjord journey to the villages among the glaciers – Balestrand and Fjærland. Along the fjord we'll pass tiny villages, waterfalls and steep mountains. Fjærland is located where the glacier meets the fjord.
Join an exciting RIB safari or book one of our carefully planned packages to make the most of your time by the fjords.
One of the best things about the Norwegian fjords is that they are accessible to everyone. You can sail along them, cycle along the shores, explore local life in the fjord villages, and see them from above on epic hiking trips and from viewpoints. Find inspiration here!
Geiranger is a popular tourist destination, best known for the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord. Read on for tips and inspiration for what to do when visiting. Geiranger got something for everyone, as long as you are into...
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Nærøyfjord is one of the fjords that can only be seen from the fjord. If you take a cruise on the fjord, you can watch the beautiful, historically rich landscape glide past, or you can hop...
Take a fjord cruise directly from Ålesund to Sunnmøre in summer. You have the opportunity to jump on and off the boat in Sæbø, Trandal, Urke and Øye, so this is a brilliant way in which to experience the spectacular Sunnmø...
With so many beautiful natural gems to choose from, there is a Norwegian fjord for everyone. Here are some tips for things to do and see, no matter whether you are seeking day cruises, activities and tours, extreme...
Google "beautiful fjords" and chances are that Norway and Western Norway will appear at the top of the list. This is their story.
Norway has over 1,700 fjords. Every single one of them has its own distinctive character. But, if you only have time to visit some of them, which fjords are unmissable, and what does each fjord have to offer? Here, we...