Sogn og Fjordane
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Geiranger: Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Trip

1. Geiranger: Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Trip

With our many years of experience, we have learned that Mt. Dalsnibba on many occasions is covered in fog and clouds with almost zero visibility and unhappy passengers. This tour doesn’t climb higher than 1.038 meters above sea level to the charming and beatiful Djupvatn Lake. However, on days when visibility is good, you will be able to see the Dalsnibba Skywalk from the bus. On this excursion you will experience a fantastic bus tour through a landscape of majestic mountains, gorgeous waterfalls and beautiful lakes. One of our experienced guides will give you all the information about Geiranger and the UNESCO World Heritage area. You’ll reach four highlights: Flydalsjuvet (one of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints); the beautiful Djupvatn Lake, the spectacular Eagle Road, and the idyllic Eidsdal Lake in the mountains between Geiranger and the neighbour town of Eidsdal. Back to ship guarantee for cruise line passengers provided that information regarding name of cruise ship is registered when you book (official tour time must end 1 hour before ship’s departure).

Mostraumen: Fjord Cruise

2. Mostraumen: Fjord Cruise

See the stunning sights the Fjord has to offer on one of the most popular tours down the narrow Mostraumen. This scenic tour from the center of Bergen allows you to witness some memorable scenes of western Norway's Hordaland province to tiny Modalen, along the famous fjord. The tour gives amazing panoramic views of Bergen as you depart the wharf on the way to the fjord. This trip includes many beautiful waterfalls and narrow fjords whilst enjoying the picturesque mountains. If your tour is at peak flow you can feel the thrill of a refreshing spray. Whilst on board your catamaran, feel free to sit back and relax whilst purchasing a drink or two at the bar on board as you take in this breathtaking scenery.

From Oslo: Private Round-Trip Tour to Sognefjord via Flåm

3. From Oslo: Private Round-Trip Tour to Sognefjord via Flåm

Depart from Oslo early in the morning and travel by car towards the western fjords of Norway. Discover a part of the Bergen Railway by train with a ride from Geilo to Myrdal. In Myrdal, enjoy a scenic train ride on the world-famous Flåm Railway. This rail route meanders through the mountains at a steep elevation and is one of the most spectacular experiences in Norway.  Upon arrival in Flåm, visit the Flåm Railway Museum to learn more about this feat of modern engineering. Then, cruise along the two branches of the longest and deepest fjord in Norway. One of the branches, Nærøyfjord, was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2005. Enjoy the impressive views at the Stalheim Hotel viewpoint and take in the fantastic mountain landscapes of the region. Return to Oslo late at night after a full day of exploration.

Self-Guided Norway Tour: Oslo to Bergen

4. Self-Guided Norway Tour: Oslo to Bergen

This legendary tour takes you through Norway’s most breathtaking UNESCO-protected fjord and mountain scenery, including Europe’s top scenic rail journeys. You will also enjoy a fjord cruise on the magnificent Aurlandsfjord and on the narrow Nærøyfjord. This is a self-guided tour, from Oslo, to Myrdal, to Flåm, to Gudvangen, to Voss, and then to Bergen. High up in Norway's mountainous “rooftop” at 866 metres (2,841 ft) above sea level is Myrdal, a remote mountain station serving as the junction between the Oslo-Bergen train line and the famous Flåm Railway. The small village of Flåm is one of the most popular destinations in Norway and Scandinavia due to its stunning scenery and location. Most have probably seen spectacular images of the landscape in Western Norway - steep, forested mountainsides that plunge into the blue fjord, waterfalls, narrow fjords and valleys. Gudvangen is a village in Aurland Municipality in Vestland county, Norway. It is a popular tourist destination and is located at the end of the Nærøyfjord where the Nærøydalselvi river empties into the fjord.

From Bergen: Private Tour to Sognefjord, Gudvangen, & Flåm

5. From Bergen: Private Tour to Sognefjord, Gudvangen, & Flåm

Explore Norway's fjord country on this private tour. Your itinerary is flexible and personalized to your interests. After meeting your guide in the hotel lobby, set out in a private vehicle passing by the famous Dale of Norway sweater factory in the village of Dale and through the town of Voss.  Make a brief stop at the Tvindefossen waterfall for photos and fresh mountain air. Continue your trip to the Stalheim Hotel's terrace, which overlooks fantastic views over the Nærøydalen Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Back in your vehicle, descend the dramatic Stalheimskleiva Road to the valley's floor, where you will visit the ancient village of Gudvangen. From Gudvangen enjoy a scenic cruise to Flåm. On arrival at Flåm, enjoy lunch in a local restaurant (your own expense) and free time to browse the souvenir shops, visit the Flåmsbana railway museum, or check out the local microbrewery. Then head towards the scenic Stegastein viewing point, a 30-meter platform hanging over Aurlandsfjord. The narrow road and the viewing point will provide breathtaking photos and vivid memories. Board the Flåmsbana railway from Flåm to the mountain railway station Myrdal, located 2,844 feet (867 m). You'll make a brief stop at Kjøsfossen waterfall.  Change trains at Myrdal to head back to Voss where you'll have time to tour a medieval church dating from 1277 and an 11th-century stone cross. At the end of the tour, your guide will drive you back to your hotel in Bergen.

Bergen: Sognefjord Express Cruise and Railway Guided Tour

6. Bergen: Sognefjord Express Cruise and Railway Guided Tour

Jourery to Sognefjord, Norway’s longest and deepest fjord that extends more than 200 km inland to the foot of the Jotunheimen mountain range. On a full-day guided tour from Bergen, travel by boat and train through an area considered to be one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world. First, cruise by express boat from Bergen to Flåm and then experience a train journey through spectacular nature on the famous Flåm Railway from Flåm to Myrdal. Take the Bergen Railway from Myrdal to Bergen while along the way enjoying the insight of your local guide who will be your traveling companion throughout the tour. Sognefjorden is the longest and deepest ice-free fjord in the world, covered in exceptional natural beauty, tall mountains, waterfalls, and scenic forests. You’ll discover that Sognefjord is known as the “King of the Fjords” for good reason.

Bergen: Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway to Oslo

7. Bergen: Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway to Oslo

Discover luscious Norweigan landscapes, including fjords, mountains, and rivers, on this full-day tour from Bergen to Oslo. Travel along the spectacular Stalheim and Nærøy Valley, enjoy a cruise on the UNESCO Nærøyfjord and ride the scenic Flåm Railway. The day begins with pickup from your hotel in Bergen at 8:00 AM and sets out towards Gudvangen. During the summer months, drive along the spectacular Stalheimskleiva that offers unique vantage points of the scenery. Arrive at Gudvangen and board an electric passenger ship, the Future of the Fjord, for a tranquil sail along the Nærøyfjord towards Flåm. As you glide along the peaceful water, soak up breathtaking views of the Nordic landscape that surrounds you. Hop off the boat in Flåm and onto the charming Flåm Railway, which is one of the world's steepest railways on normal tracks. Journey through the rolling landscapes on the 20 km train journey, which takes about an hour, until you reach Myrdal Station where you will change onto the Bergen Railway. Finally, travel through the scenic Hallingskarvet National Park to Oslo Central Station where the adventure ends.

Bergen: Nærøyfjorden, Flåm, and Stegastein Guided Bus Tour

8. Bergen: Nærøyfjorden, Flåm, and Stegastein Guided Bus Tour

Enjoy a beautiful cruise on the UNESCO World Heritage Site Nærøyfjorden and the spectacular viewpoint Stegastein on this guided bus trip from Bergen. Drive along the winding Stalheimskleiva road and see the charming town of Gudvangen. Be picked up from a conveniently-located Tourist Information point in Bergen. Hop aboard a spacious and climate-controlled bus. Relax on the scenic journey to the magnificent waterfall, Tvindefossen. Have time to capture some pictures of this waterfall with a drop of 110 meters. Drive down the Stalheimskleiva road, which is one of Northern Europe's steepest road sections and provides fantastic views of the Nærøyfjord. Pass by the towns of Gudvangen and Flåm on the road from Aurland to Stegastein which is part of National Scenic Routes in Norway. Arrive at the the Stegastein viewpoint which hangs 30 meters from the mountainside and 650 meters above the fjord offering unparalleled panoramic views. Head down to the quaint town of Flåm where you will have time to explore or purchase lunch. Board a battery powered boat for a two-hour bride to Gudvangen on the beautiful Nærøyfjord. In Gudvangen your guide will meet you with the bus for the drive back to the Tourist Information point in Bergen.

From Bergen: Self-Guided Sognefjord Trip

9. From Bergen: Self-Guided Sognefjord Trip

Discover the incredible scenery of Sognefjord, Norway's longest and deepest fjord, as you enjoy a train journey through one of the world's most stunning mountain ranges. Take a once-in-a-lifetime adventure through the Jotunheimen mountains, as you combine a scenic boat journey along the Sognefjord with an awe-inspiring train ride on the Flåm Railway. Absorb the breathtaking views on one of the world's steepest train journeys, as you spiral in and out of the mountains down to the fjord. Savor the dramatic landscape of one of Norway's most beautiful areas, and immerse yourself in the unique cultural attractions within the fjord.

Geiranger: Private Briksdal Day Trip with Fjords & Scenery

10. Geiranger: Private Briksdal Day Trip with Fjords & Scenery

Experience an incredible Nordic adventure on this private, guided day trip. Travel by car along Gamle Strynefjellsveg Road through a unique, serene wilderness guaranteed to take your breath away. Embark on a fairy tale-like adventure amongst pristine, green water lakes. Marvel at awe-inspiring glaciers so beautiful, they can only be described as cinematic. Enjoy a peaceful picnic in perfectly untouched nature. Travel by small cars through Briksdal, as they make the winding roads of the mountain more intimate and exciting. Reach the high view point of Dalsnibba, towering 1500 meters above sea level. Take in the indescribable views of Geiranger, an absolute pearl in the center of Norway's fjords.

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What people are saying about Sogn og Fjordane

Not only was this a great experience to travel all the way up a fjiord, but this fjiord had a unique twist. Near the end of the trip up the fjiord there was a 400 meter stretch that was extremely narrow and shallow that was very different from the rest of the fjiord. We learned the very interesting history of that portion which was transformed over the past couple of hundred years.

Must try if you are in Bergen. The fjord is beautiful. The captain made a point to drive close to certain landscape to give passengers a magical experience. For example, he steered the boat very close to a waterfall and we could literally look up and see water falling downwards.

The nature was amazing!! The trip was a bit long but it was well worth it! And Bergen is such a great city to end in. Definitely recommend it! Itinerary was well organized and easy to follow.

The audio information about the fjord and its waterfalls is well defined. The ship is clean and well maintained. Safe sailing along the way. Great job by the ship’s crews.

When I ain’t finished but so far the train journey is fabulous with a lot of good views n snow