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Norway's main attraction to travellers is its unique nature. With everything from deep Fjords and Ice Glaciers to mesmerizing waterfalls and dramatic rivers, Norway offers an abundance of choice. Find some of the greatest landscapes and natural attractions in Norway.

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Norway's main attraction to travellers is its unique nature. With everything from deep Fjords and Ice Glaciers to mesmerizing waterfalls and dramatic rivers, Norway offers an abundance of choice. Find some of the greatest landscapes and natural attractions in Norway.
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Round trip Geiranger - Dalsnibba | Geiranger Tours

Experience the astonishing beauty of the UNESCO world heritage-listed site, Geirangerfjord on a thrilling bus round trip that takes you from Geiranger to Dalsniba Mountain. Geiranger is world famous for its stunning Geirangerfjord that boasts majestic mountains, deep dazzling fjords and charming farmhouses that are perched on the steep mountainsides. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves sightseeing and appreciates nature. Your 2-hour sightseeing tour kicks off at the Geiranger village centre, where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for the day tour to Dalsnibba. The bus ride will drive from Geiranger to Flydalsjuvet. Flydalsjuvet is one of the finest lookout points of the Geirangerfjord. Flydalsjuvet offers stunning views of the fjords and regal mountains. There will be a short photo stopover here so that you can take some memorable photos. So please remember your camera! Depending on the departure time from Geiranger, your bus will make another short stopover at Langvatn. After the brief stopover, your bus will proceed towards Dalsnibba. Dalsnibba is a regal mountain in Stranda Municipality. It lies at the end of the Geiranger valley. Mount Dalsnibba is famous for its “Geiranger Skywalk” and the breathtaking views of the vast Geirangerfjord it offers.  The Geiranger Skywalk is one of highest viewing points in Geiranger. It is made of glass railings and the metal grate floor platform also offers stunning views. There will be a longer stopover at Dalsnibba so you can enjoy the awe-inspiring views as you take a walk on the Geiranger Skywalk. Here, you will experience panoramic views of Geirangerfjord and Geiranger centre as well as the Blåbreen glacier. This is an exciting way to experience the gorgeous nature in Geiranger. Check for availability and join us on this thrilling sightseeing tour today!

Duration:
2hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Stranda & Storfjord | Alesund Tours

Come along a thrilling round-trip tour that starts from Alesund, and takes you to Stranda through the charming village of Sykkylven. Come up close with stunning nature vibrant local cultures as you explore pretty little villages, marvel at panoramic views of majestic mountains and dazzling fjords as you drive along scenic Norwegian routes on this exhilarating round trip tour. This is an ideal tour for anyone who loves sightseeing and nature. Your 6.5-hour sightseeing expedition starts at the Alesund bus terminal, where you will step on your bus and prepare for your trip. Your bus will take a scenic route from Alesund to Stranda, you will enjoy gorgeous views of the countryside. There will be a short stopover at Stranda, you can take part in some fun-filled activities.  We recommend that you try out the exciting gondola ride to the top of the mountain. In the winter, Stranda offers spectacular skiing activities. Stranda has one the world’s most exhilarating skiing routes where you can ski from the top of the mountain straight into the fjord below.  There are a number of other fun activities that you can try out, though some activities like the guided hike or bike tour need you to spend the night in Stranda. If you choose to spend the night, we suggest purchasing the one way trip from Stranda back to Alesund. Your return trip to Alesund takes you through the pretty villages of Liabygda and Stordal. There will be a ferry ride from the Stranda ferry harbour to the Liabygda ferry harbour. From Liabygda, you will travel by bus back to Alesund as you enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains, fjords deep valleys. This is a great way to spend the day exploring the wonderful towns of Alesund and Stranda. Check for availability and book your spot today!

Duration:
7.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Godøy & Alnes Lighthouse | Alesund Tours

Come on short sea expedition of idyllic islands on the western seashore of Norway. Experience panoramic views from the sea as well as from land as you travel from Alesund to Godoy and then Alnes on this exciting tour that combines a high-speed ferry ride and a bus expedition. This is a great tour for anyone who loves adventure and sightseeing. Your 1-hour long expedition kicks off at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (close to the Tourist Information office), where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare to board the high-speed ferry. The first part of your day tour will be a high-speed ferry ride.  You will sail from the ferry terminal at Skateflukaia in Alesund via Godøy and towards Alnes.  Your exciting cruise will be filled with astonishing views of the expansive sea on one side and stunning shorelines, islands and islets on the other. Godøy is a little island in the Giske Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county. It is famous for its attractive nature and its regal mountain.  From Godøy, you will sail to Alnes. Alnes is a charming small village located on the north side of Godøya. Alnes boasts a magnificent seascape that offers gorgeous vistas in the summer. We recommend a visit to the famous Alnes lighthouse. This historic lighthouse was built in 1852 to guide fishing boats safely to the harbour. At the Anles lighthouse, you will enjoy the permanent watercolour and sketches by the famous local artist, Ørnulf Opdahl. If you visit in the summer, you will have a chance to visit the lighthouse keeper’s house and view an exhibition about the history of the Alnes lighthouse. You can also visit the summer café and enjoy more temporary art exhibitions. We also recommend a visit to the new Alnes cultural centre that is open throughout the year. Here you can enjoy local delicacies like homemade cakes and locally prepared food. There is an art gallery by the Norwegian Coastal Administration showcasing the current activity at the lighthouse. Please confirm with your guides on opening schedules.  The bus option for this tour is only available for a few days of the year from 7th July to 22nd July. Check for availability and book a spot on this thrilling journey exploring Norway today!

Duration:
60minutes
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Finnøy & Ona Lighthouse | Alesund Tours

Explore the idyllic islands of Finnoy and Ona on a thrilling round-trip sightseeing expedition that takes you from the art nouveau city of Alesund to these two charming little islands. Experience stunning views of the sea and shores as you cruise on a high-speed ferry towards the island of Ona. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves sea cruises and sightseeing adventures. Your 10.5-hour sightseeing cruise kicks off from the Alesund high-speed ferry terminal (Skateflukaia). Where you will meet your guides and prepare for your journey to Ona. The first part of your tour will be a high-speed ferry cruise that takes you to the swampy island of Haroya. From Haroya, you will travel 1.5-kilometres by bus to the island of Finnoya. Finnoya is a charming island in Sandoy Municipality.  A popular historical attraction in the island of Finnoya is the Sagfjord Church built in 1775.  From Finnoya, you will sail by ferry to the idyllic island of Ona. There will be a short stopover at Sandoya before arriving at Ona. The island of Ona is a fishing village that lies in the southernmost part of Norway. This charming small village island has a population of approximately 25 people. Ona has maintained its culture through the centuries and is well known for its ceramics workmanship. There are still a number of ceramic workshops spread around the island. Ona Lighthouse is set on the highest point on the island, also known as “Onakalven”. From the Ona Lighthouse, you will witness panoramic views of the ocean as well as the mainland. We advise you to carry some warm and wind-breaking clothes as the climate on the island can get harsh. There is a seasonal café on the island, but it is still a good idea to carry some food that you will enjoy later on during the tour. This is a wonderful way to spend the day exploring gorgeous islands in Norway. Check for availability and book your spot on this tour today!

Duration:
10.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Runde Bird Island | Alesund Tours

Come on an exciting round-trip tour that cruises from Alesund, through Hareid to the bird island of Runde. Come to experience stunning seascapes as you sail through the western shores of Norway. This is a tour for anyone who loves sea cruises and appreciates bird watching. Your 8.5-hour sea expedition will start at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (near the tourist information centre). At this point, you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for the expedition. Your sea cruise will be highlighted by astonishing views of beautiful shorelines, magnificent eagles hunting for fish, among other marine creatures.  You will sail to Hareid. Hareid lies on the mainland coast of the Sunnmøre, on the Hareidlandet Island in the Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. Next, you will sail towards the charming fishing port of Fosnavåg, located on the island of Bergsøya.  Your next stop will be the idyllic bird island of Runde. Runde is located in Herøy municipality. This little island in the sea has a small population of people. The main attraction of this island is the 500,000 to 700,000 thousand seabirds that have chosen this island as their home. There are more than 200 different bird species on this little island. Runde is a wonderful island to visit all year round, but especially in the summer. The island boasts the most majestic cliffs where many of the birds perch. During your stopover on this island, we suggest that you take part in some hiking excursions. You can also take part in a fun boat trip around this gorgeous island. Afterwards, you will cruise back to Alesund enjoying the stunning evening vistas of the western seascapes. This is a wonderful way to spend a day at sea exploring the islands of western Norway. Check for availability and book your spot today!

Duration:
8.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Coastal Round Trip Experience | Ålesund Tours

Come along an exciting high-speed ferry roundtrip and sail from Ålesund through Lepsøy and Haramsøy to Harøya. Grab a chance to enjoy eye-catching views of gorgeous islets, reefs and islands in the beautiful archipelago of Sunnmøre. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves sightseeing and sea cruises. Your 2.5-hour high-speed ferry cruise through the beautiful waters of Ålesund starts at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (near the tourist information centre). Here, you will board the high-speed ferry. All through your cruise, you will have the opportunity to see mighty eagles as they hunt for fish in the sea. If you are lucky, you will also witness killer whales and seals in the waters. Your cruise will take you through Hamnsund. Hamnsund is a charming village located in the Haram Municipality. One of the key attractions in this village is the Hamnsund Church built in 1875. Next, you sail through Lepsøy. Lepsøy is an island located in the western part of the Haram Municipality and has a population of about 419 people.  Another attraction on your ferry cruise is the swampy island of Harøy. It is located between the islands of Finnøya and Fjørtofta. Harøy is the largest islands in the Romsdal Municipality. At Harøy, you will have the option to continue with the roundtrip ferry cruise or stay on for a few more hours and enjoy a number of experiences this island has to offer. You can enjoy astonishing views from the Harøyburet, where you can enjoy views of the many islands, reefs, and islets. From Harøy, you will have a choice to proceed on to the island of Finnøy by bus. Please note that the cost of the trip to Finnøy is not included in the round trip price. Finnøy is another fascinating island, known for its restaurant, the Finnøya Havstuer. Otherwise, the cruise will take you back to the art nouveau town of Ålesund and mark the end of your ferry cruise. Check for availability and come experience the splendour of this archipelago by high-speed ferry today!

Duration:
2.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Molde & The Atlantic Road | Alesund Tours

Come along an exciting round trip that takes you from the spectacular art nouveau architectural town of Alesund, through the gorgeous town of Molde and along the astonishing Atlantic road then back to Alesund. The Atlantic road is an architectural masterpiece that is located at the edge of the Atlantic road and is world famous as one of the world’s most beautiful roads. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves road trips and sightseeing journeys. Your 9-hour bus tour to the Atlantic road starts off at the Alesund bus terminal, where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for the bus trip. The first leg of your trip will transport you from Alesund to Molde. Molde is a traditional town and municipality in Romsdal in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. Molde emerged as a trading post in the middle ages. It is located on the shoreline of the Romsdalsfjord. The Showstopper of your road trip will be the sights of the Atlantic Road. The Atlantic Road is located at the edge of the mighty Atlantic Ocean and connects a series of small islands and islets to the mainland through a series of roads that run through eight bridges. This magnificent piece of construction stretches 8,274 metres. There will be a stopover at Eldhusøya where you will have the chance to enjoy the service building famous for its architectural style that blends with the natural terrain.  You will have a chance to walk along the floating walkway that consists of a series of grids suspended above the terrain below. Eldhusøya also boasts stunning panoramic views and is a perfect spot to take some memorable photos, so please remember to bring your camera.  On your return journey back to Alesund, you will have a short stopover at Molde where you will have a chance to take a walk through the charming town and enjoy the eye-catching views of fjords and majestic mountains. At Molde, you will have a choice to select between two departure times, allowing you to enjoy Molde’s local culture longer. Check for availability and come to experience the magnificent Atlantic Road on this exciting round trip from Alesund today!  

Duration:
9hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Valldal | Alesund Tours

Explore the idyllic region of Valldal on an exciting round-trip bus tour that transports you from the gorgeous art nouveau town of Alesund through the stunning countryside into Valldal. Grab your chance to experience gorgeous fjords, regal mountainscapes, deep valleys and delicious local delicacies on this day tour. This is a tour package designed for anyone who loves nature and sightseeing. Your 9-hour bus expedition to the stunning region of Valldal starts at the Alesund bus terminal. You will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for departure. The first leg of your bus trip will take you from Alesund to Sjoholt. Sjoholt is a charming village located by the shores of the Storfjorden.  Next, your bus will drive to Valldal. The pretty village of Valldal lies along the deep Valldalen valley. The Valldalen valley is one of Valldal’s popular tourist attractions. Valldal is also famous for its delicious strawberries. During the stopover in this beautiful village, we recommend taking a sightseeing walk. You will enjoy stunning views of the great Valldalen valley, as well as get to sample the delicious strawberries.  There are a number of activities that Valldal has to offer, and we suggest that you try out some of them, including; rafting, canyoning, kayaking. At the Valldal activity park, you will find a climbing park, there are zip-lines and a Trolltunet activity area for children. After the break, your return journey to Alesund will begin. Your return trip to Alesund will allow you to enjoy more beautiful landscapes as you drive along scenic Norwegian routes. This is a fun way to spend the day sightseeing and coming up close with the Valldal local culture. Check for availability and book a spot on this sightseeing day tour today!

Duration:
9hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round trip to Valldal & Trollstigen | Ålesund Tours

Explore the stunning valleys in Valldal, the expansive plateau of Trollstigen and the majestic mountains and landscapes of the Andalsnes on an exciting round-trip sightseeing journey. Unlock the gorgeous panoramic vistas of these charming destinations as you drive through western Norway. This is an ideal tour for nature lovers and anyone who loves sightseeing. Your 7-hour adventure through Norway’s idyllic countryside kicks off at the Alesund bus terminal, where you will meet our FRAM guides and set out for your sightseeing expedition. The first leg of the trip takes you from Alesund to Valldal. Valldal is famous for its delicious strawberries as well as its gorgeous landscapes and deep valleys. There will be a 35-minute stopover at Valldal where you can enjoy the stunning views of beautiful fjords as you sample the delicious strawberries.  Next, your trip embarks for Trollstigen. Trollstigen is one of Norway’s National Scenic Routes and lies 850 metres above sea level. The Trollstigen plateau is one of the most popular natural attractions that stand out on this tourist route. There will be a brief 25-minute stopover at the Trollstigen plateau so that you can enjoy the spectacular view and take some memorable photos, so please remember to bring your camera with you. After the brief stopover, your bus will drive down the hairpin road from Trollstigen to Andalsnes. Your return route to Alesund will go through Romsdalsfjord giving you a chance to behold the gorgeous architectural masterpiece - Tresfjord bridge. The Tresfjord bridge is a popular attraction in Romsdalfjord, it measures at 1290 metres that crosses the Tresfjorden. This return route gives you another opportunity to enjoy the beauty of western Norway.  Take the chance to come up close with majestic mountains, gorgeous fjords and marvellous architecture. Check for availability and book a spot today!  

Duration:
7hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round trip to Trollstigen & Valldal | Ålesund Tours

Explore the natural beauty of the western Norwegian towns and villages of Ålesund, Åndalsnes, Trollstigen and Valldal on a thrilling round trip bus expedition. Get to experience the stunning landscapes of regal mountains, expansive plateaus, and deep valleys as you drive through this idyllic Norwegian terrain. This is a tour tailored for anyone who loves sightseeing and nature. Your 8.5-hour nature exploration tour starts at the Ålesund bus terminal. AT this point, you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for departure. Your bus adventure will take you from the gorgeous art nouveau town of Ålesund to the charming town of Åndalsnes. Åndalsnes is located in the Rauma Municipality in the Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. This lovely town boasts of majestic mountains, deep valleys and magnificent bridges. From Åndalsnes, your journey continues to Trollstigen. Trollstigen is one of Norway’s most popular tourist sites. The Trollstigen route is made of hairpin road that leads up to the summit 850 metres above sea level. This route boasts of amazing views of the surrounding landscapes. There will be a short 25-minute photo stopover at the Trollstigen plateau so that you can take some memorable photos to share with friends and family. Valldal will be your next destination. Valldal is a lovely valley surrounded by imposing mountains. Valldal is known for its agricultural industry, in particular, its delicious strawberries. From Valldal, you will travel back to Alesund. This is a wonderful sightseeing tour that brings you up close with the remarkable Norwegian nature. Check for availability and book your spot today!  

Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round trip to UNESCO Geirangerfjord & Trollstigen | Ålesund Tours

Explore western Norwegian towns and villages of Alesund, Sjoholt, Trollstigen and Geiranger on an exciting bus round trip. Experience two of the most breathtaking roads in Norway and enjoy stunning vistas of regal mountainscapes and dazzling fjords. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves nature and sightseeing. Your 10-hour sightseeing expedition starts at Alesund bus terminal, where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for your trip. The bus trip takes you from Alesund and heads for the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord. The Geirangerfjord is an awe-inspiring work of nature. It is a picturesque scenery of steep mountains, charming farmhouses nestled on the mountainsides, stunning waterfalls and dazzling fjords. There will be a 1-hour stopover in Geiranger, giving you some time to enjoy this masterpiece of nature. Afterwards, your bus continues on to the Andalsnes passing through Valldal. On this scenic route, you will experience the marvellous Trollstigen. Trollstigen is one of Norway’s most visited tourist sites and is well known for its Trollstigen plateau. The Trollstigen plateau’s highest point lies 850 metres above sea level and offers amazing panoramic views. At this point, there will be a short stopover allowing you to enjoy the spectacular views and take some memorable photos. Next, the bus will curve down the 11 hairpin turns heading for Andalsnes. Your return trip from Andalsnes will take you through Romsdalsfjord. Romsdalsfjord is yet another absolutely gorgeous natural masterpiece. It is the ninth-longest fjord in Norway, measuring at 88 kilometres. You will drive over the Tresfjord bridge. The Tresfjord bridge is a spectacular work of architecture and spans 1290 metres across Tresfjorden. As an alternative,  there is another travel combination on this tour. If you do not wish to travel to Geiranger, it is possible to stop at Valldal and take a detour on bus 210 that will take you from Linge to Valldal instead of taking the ferry from Linge to Eisdal. This option gives you more time to explore Valldal until your main bus, bus 220 returns from Geiranger. Please contact us for more details regarding this option. Check for availability and book your spot today!

Duration:
10hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Round trip to UNESCO Geirangerfjord | Ålesund Bus Tours

Come and discover the stunning Geirangerfjorden on a thrilling round-trip bus tour that takes you from the gorgeous art nouveau architectural town of Ålesund to Geiranger. Experience the amazing views of raging waterfalls, regal mountainscapes and dazzling fjords that lie across these two towns as you drive through the terrain. This is a great tour for anyone who loves sightseeing and nature. Your 4.5-hour epic bus adventure kicks off at from Skateflukaia (by Tourist Information) or Ålesund bus terminal. Here, you will step into a FRAM bus and prepare for departure. The first leg of your bus voyage takes you from Ålesund via Sykkylven. Sykkylven is well known for its furniture industry. You will drive over the mountain pass towards Stranda as you proceed to Hellesylt. Your arrival at Hellesylt marks the start of your fjord cruise to Geiranger. Your ferry cruise from Hellesylt to Geiranger will take 1-hour. As you sail down the amazing fjord, you will enjoy the sights of beautiful waterfalls and small farms nestled in the steep mountainsides. After arriving in Geiranger, you will have time to go on sightseeing tours, visit the local shops for some shopping. We recommend a quick visit to the Norwegian Fjord Centre located a short walking distance from the centre of Geiranger, just next to the Union Hotel. After having some time to experience the splendour of Geiranger, your return trip will begin. Your bus trip back to Ålesund takes you through the spectacular Eagle Road. The eagle Road offers awe-inspiring views of Geiranger. You will then drive through Eisdal. At Eisdal, you will board a ferry to Linge. From Linge, your bus tour drives through the charming village of Sjøholt before arriving back at Ålesund. This is one of the finest ways to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of these idyllic Norwegian locations. Check for availability and book a spot today!  

Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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The Royal Fjord Route - Hjørundfjord & Geirangerfjord | Ålesund Bus Tours

Come on an exciting bus expedition along “The Royal Fjord Route” in Norway. Your fjord adventure will take you from Ålesund to Geiranger. You will have a superb opportunity to visit two of Norway’s most popular fjords - Hjørundfjord and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord. In the past centuries, Hjørundfjord and Geirangerfjord were popular attractions for kings and queens, this is an opportunity to enjoy the royal route up close and personal. As you explore The Royal Fjord Route, you will also have the chance to enjoy extraordinary vistas of majestic mountains, calming waterfalls and a spectacular countryside. This is a perfect tour for anyone who loves sightseeing. Your 11-hour fjord expedition will start at the Ålesund high-speed ferry/cruise port (by bus terminal). You will meet your guides and prepare for departure. You will sail by boat from Ålesund through the outstanding Hjørundfjord then towards Øye. Hjørundfjord offers fabulous views of the sea and the imposing mountains. This is a perfect photo-taking spot, so please carry your camera with you. After your ferry docks, you will continue on the fjord route by bus through the intriguing Norangsdalen. The Lyngstøylvatnet lake is a popular attraction in Norangsdalen. There will be a short photo stopover so you can enjoy the beautiful scenery. The Lyngstøylvatnet lake was formed by a rock fall from Keipen in 1908. It is possible to see the remains of the old road, farmhouse foundations and the gateway beneath the clear lake waters. Afterwards, your trip will proceed to Hellesylt where you will board a ferry and cruise through the Geirangerfjord. Steep mountains, pleasant mountain farms and stunning waterfalls define the magnificent Geirangerfjord. You will experience all these wonderful sights first-hand as you sail gently through the fjord. After the cruise through Geirangerfjord, you will have some personal time to take leisure walks through Geiranger and visit the local landmarks. Your bus tour will continue via the Eagle Road. The Eagle Road is a hairpin road up the steep valley sides of the Geirangerfjord and offers an incredible view of Geiranger.  Your journey concludes as you travel back to Ålesund via Eisdal and Sjøholt this return trip allows you to experience even more beautiful sights of nature. Check for availability and book your spot and join us on this tour of the Royal Fjord Route today!  

Duration:
10.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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Duration:
90minutes
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Dalsnibba Mountain Highlight Bus Trip | Geiranger Skywalk

Join us on one of the most beautiful and spectacular bus trips in Norway to experience the world-renowned viewpoints around Geiranger. From higher up, there are fantastic views over the UNESCO World Heritage area, with deep fjords and high mountains – simply breathtaking! Mt. Dalsnibba above Geiranger is 1,476 m above sea level and offers stunning views across the World Heritage area. It lies 22 km from Geiranger, up the famous Geirangervegen road. Along the way, you’ll stop at the well-known Flydalsjuvet viewpoint. Further up is Knuten – the Knot – famous for being Norway’s first ascending loop road. The last 5 km is on a private toll road, with a tollbooth at the Djupvasshytta turn-off. You’ll stop at the famous Flydalsjuvet viewpoint before continuing up to Mt. Dalsnibba, from where you’ll be able to enjoy the majestic views back to the Geirangerfjord. Flydalsjuvet: The famous view back to Geirangerfjord and the cruise ships from the viewpoint at the top of this 80 m-deep gorge must surely be one of Norway’s most photographed vistas! Dalsnibba: An easily accessible high-mountain experience, this is one of the highest peaks you can experience by car or bus in Norway and offers incredible views of the surrounding mountains and the Geirangerfjord in the distance. Varied flora and fauna, ice-blue lakes, fascinating geology, glaciers and the incredible peak itself await you on the 2-hour drive. A must-see on your visit to Geiranger! Type of excursion: Scenic round trip by bus with photo opportunities Duration: 2 hours and 15 min. Bus itinerary: Geiranger - Flydalsjuvet - Dalsnibba/Geiranger Skywalk - Geiranger Facilities: WC at Geiranger pier, Dalsnibba and Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, souvenir shop at Mt. Dalsnibba Capacity: Between 35 and 48 persons per trip Includes: Bus trip with stops at the famous Flydalsjuvet (15 min) and Dalsnibba (15 min) viewpoints, toll road to Mt. Dalsnibba Available: 18 May – 15 Sep. 2017 (not daily, but flexible; see online booking page) Price: Adults NOK 320, children (4-15 years) NOK 200 Your online booking confirmation is your boarding ticket. You will need to present this to the crew when boarding. It contains a QR code that will be scanned. Just prior to boarding make sure you have either printed this document or have it on your smart phone screen ready to be scanned. Tips: this may require you to save this confirmation off line for example, as a screen shot/capture in your photo folder. Please meet on the departure point at least 10 minutes before your scheduled departure time. During pre-season when the road to Dalsnibba is still closed, we drive up to Dypvatten lake and Ørnevegen, the “Eagle Road”.

Duration:
2hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Duration:
60minutes
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Duration:
90minutes
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
Nov. - Feb.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - May.
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Svalbard Sailing Expedition - 4 days

Join this great Arctic summer adventure and take part in a 4-day sailing expedition from Svalbard. Midway between mainland Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is one of the most remote places you can travel to. Sail through some of the Arctic’s most staggering landscapes and experience Svalbard up close and personal.   It has yet to be fully explained by geologists how this gorgeous landmass was created. The unspoiled landscapes of Svalbard present you with not only breathtaking fjords but also offers stunning wildlife encounters and natural colors of the Arctic, producing truly unique photo opportunities.  During this expedition, you will be onboard a sailboat specifically designed for waters such those in the Arctic. The Aventura IV is a Garcia Exploration 45. The boat is an experience in itself and has been named the Ultimate Global Cruiser. The Aventura IV was built in 2014 and is already an icon. The boat was the winner of Best Boat 2015 in Sail Magazine and Boat of the Year 2015 by Cruising World. It was bought directly from Jimmy Cornell and with present equipment, is worth around EUR 1,000,000.  Compared to larger vessels, sail ships and regular sailboats of the same size. With a draft of just one meter, you get to experience everything for up close from the boat.  The boat also offers better comfort than most sailboats same size and the cabin is easily accessible from the cockpit. A 75 mm thick foam insulation brings temperature stability and a strong aluminum hull makes this boat safer compared to fiberglass boats. You will travel over 4 days and 3 nights. However, having a fixed itinerary in the seas around Svalbard is next to impossible. We have a schedule but will have to remain flexible. On any given day, we will have to adapt to the conditions and the unpredictability of the surroundings. You get to participate and become part of the operation. We will have epic and easy hikes on land every day to embrace the surroundings: Glaciers, birds, wild animals, old settlements, research stations and more. You will get plenty of Instagram-worthy pictures from these trips. Your tour will be ecologically sustainable and responsible. By traveling in a small group,  you will have less impact on nature and its wildlife. Jump on board and join us for this truly unparalleled adventure across the Arctic waters of Svalbard and inquire about availability and custom options. No other Arctic tourist boat we know can offer this!

Duration:
4days
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Fjord Cruise | Bergen to Mostraumen

Come along on an unforgettable fjord excursion and experience the beauty of authentic Norwegian nature. This fjord cruise is an essential addition to the program of any traveller that wishes to behold the allure of the archetypical Norwegian fjord. Departing from Bergen, your adventure begins as you sail up the 27-kilometre long Osterfjorden Fjord in the Hordaland province. The scenery en route consists of steep mountains and powerful waterfalls, which you will venture so close to that you can feel the spray of their mist on your face. The mountain water that feeds these falls is pure enough to drink, and as the ship sails with its bow right up to the falls, your guide will use a container to catch some of the ice-cold water for you to sample. At the end of the fjord nests Modalen, home to only 380 residents, marking it as the second smallest municipality in all of Norway. Here you will make a short stop to catch a glimpse of the local fjord life, where picturesque and colourful wooden houses line the harbour, with a boat parked at every dock. As you venture back through the fjord, you will enter through the narrow Mostraumen strait, where tall and majestic mountains close in from each side. Remember to bring your camera along for all the wonderful and unique photo opportunities of your excursion.   If you embark on this tour during the winter season, you will be treated to stunning ice formations and a different landscape altogether. The ice, however, can make it impossible to follow the regular route of the tour, in which case it will be adapted to the best courses available. Don’t hesitate in booking your Norwegian adventure now. No matter the season, you are sure to enjoy your scenic cruise through the magnificent landscape of this beautiful fjord. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
3hours
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All year
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Fjord Cruise through Lysefjord

Come along on a scenic cruise of an authentic Norwegian fjord, to see and behold the one and only Pulpit Rock towering above the water. Anyone looking to experience the beauty of bona fide Scandinavian landscapes should not let this opportunity pass them by. The best way of beholding the vastness of a fjord is by gliding through its waters. Departing from Stavanger, your vessel is a modern and comfortable catamaran boat, equipped with a spacious sun deck and refreshments in the cabin. Your crew consists of expert tour guides, who will inform you of what you will see on your open water adventure. The venue of your journey is Lysefjord, an archetypal Norwegian fjord that also boasts of unique qualities. The light granite rocks that line the sides of the fjord are what gave it its name, with Lysefjord translating to ‘light fjord’. It is lined with numerous misty waterfalls, including Hengjane Falls, which you will venture so close to that you might feel their mist on your face. The fjord is also brimming with idyllic islands and varied wildlife - with a little bit of luck you might encounter the resident seals of the water or the acrobatic mountain goats of the hillsides. As you near in towards the heart of the fjord, get ready to behold the Vagabond’s Cave - an ancient hiding place to a group of outlaws who sought shelter there a long time ago. As you pass by this enigmatic site, you will be greeted by the very highlight of the fjord, the steep and towering Pulpit Rock. The cliff also known as Preikestolen is an ever popular venue for hikers, looking to see the scenery from above. On your cruise, however, you will get the pleasure of experiencing the allure of the rock from a whole different angle, as the near perfectly vertical drop of over 600 metres towers majestically over the skyline. Your vessel will return you to the port at Stavanger at the end of the tour. It is available all year round, providing for different seasonal charms each time around. Don’t miss out on this perfect cruise. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Observing the Aurora Borealis

The symbols of the Aurora Borealis were found on the Shamans’ drums of the Sami population. In their language, the phenomenon has many different names, for example, Sami traditionally associate the Aurora Borealis with sounds. During the Viking era, the Aurora Borealis were thought to be the armourof the Valkyrie, the virgin warriors, which gave off the strange sparkling light. We like to call it “The Rainbow of the Night” because sometimes the lights appear all at once, dancing through the sky in shades of purple, orange, green and red. The Aurora Borealis is always different, and to see it is an exciting, magical moment. With the excursion we propose, you’ll become spectators of one of the most incredible phenomenon of our planet. During our safari, we will walk among silent forests, frozen lakes and old fishing hamlets. We will try to find the best spots to admire the “Queen”, the Aurora Borealis and, according to the solar activity, we will change place and point of observation. That is why we call this excursion “hunting the lights”. The excursion itself will be an enchanting experience and when your desire to observe the inspiring northern lights will be fulfilled, you will understand why then aurora, nordlys in Norwegian, is considered the most incredible natural phenomenon you can assist. Both tours go by minivan/minibus to an area with the best chances to see the lights this particular night. Away from artificial lights pollution. This excursion is for those who want to enjoy the beauty of the Northern Lights without stress. We will drive you to the nice and picturesque village of Kabelvåg. Kabelvåg is a perfect place for a good observation because of its particular position. In this nice place there is also a very old and typical Norwegian pub where we will warm up during our waiting, enjoying a Norwegian coffee and a good atmosphere.’

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Discover Lofoten in Winter

Lofoten is quickly growing in popularity and tourists are realizing exactly why this has become such a beloved location. On this 6-hour tour, you will be introduced to the most spectacular locations that the islands have to offer, both natural, historical and cultural. Now is your chance to walk along a snow-covered beach facing the crystal blue ocean with spectacular peaks as a backdrop. The tour also passes by traditional "Rorbuer" (old fishermen's houses) located in various villages on the island. Not only will you be able to see and feel the magic of Lofoten, you'll get to try some local dishes in one of the village restaurants. This tour combines the beautiful fishing villages that made the islands famous and the unspoiled nature, which is the most extraordinary part of the picturesque archipelago. We begin by walking through Kabelvåg where your guide introduces you to some locale history and you have some time to take images. We continue and visit the western parts of the islands in Eggum. This is one of the greatest places to catch the authentic atmosphere of the North Sea and it's known for the extreme nature. Further on we walk in Utakleiv, on of Lofoten's most iconic beaches and the nearby Haukland Beach which was named one of the most beautiful locations in the world by Times Magazine. As we keep going we stop by Unstad Beach, which is a popular spot for Arctic surfers. The tour continues and we stop by Rørvik beach where we also will enjoy a brief snack. Before we end the tour we stop by one of the best-preserved fishing hamlet of the Lofoten archipleago, Henningsvær.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Round trip Geiranger - Dalsnibba | Geiranger Tours

Experience the astonishing beauty of the UNESCO world heritage-listed site, Geirangerfjord on a thrilling bus round trip that takes you from Geiranger to Dalsniba Mountain. Geiranger is world famous for its stunning Geirangerfjord that boasts majestic mountains, deep dazzling fjords and charming farmhouses that are perched on the steep mountainsides. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves sightseeing and appreciates nature. Your 2-hour sightseeing tour kicks off at the Geiranger village centre, where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for the day tour to Dalsnibba. The bus ride will drive from Geiranger to Flydalsjuvet. Flydalsjuvet is one of the finest lookout points of the Geirangerfjord. Flydalsjuvet offers stunning views of the fjords and regal mountains. There will be a short photo stopover here so that you can take some memorable photos. So please remember your camera! Depending on the departure time from Geiranger, your bus will make another short stopover at Langvatn. After the brief stopover, your bus will proceed towards Dalsnibba. Dalsnibba is a regal mountain in Stranda Municipality. It lies at the end of the Geiranger valley. Mount Dalsnibba is famous for its “Geiranger Skywalk” and the breathtaking views of the vast Geirangerfjord it offers.  The Geiranger Skywalk is one of highest viewing points in Geiranger. It is made of glass railings and the metal grate floor platform also offers stunning views. There will be a longer stopover at Dalsnibba so you can enjoy the awe-inspiring views as you take a walk on the Geiranger Skywalk. Here, you will experience panoramic views of Geirangerfjord and Geiranger centre as well as the Blåbreen glacier. This is an exciting way to experience the gorgeous nature in Geiranger. Check for availability and join us on this thrilling sightseeing tour today!

Duration:
2hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Stranda & Storfjord | Alesund Tours

Come along a thrilling round-trip tour that starts from Alesund, and takes you to Stranda through the charming village of Sykkylven. Come up close with stunning nature vibrant local cultures as you explore pretty little villages, marvel at panoramic views of majestic mountains and dazzling fjords as you drive along scenic Norwegian routes on this exhilarating round trip tour. This is an ideal tour for anyone who loves sightseeing and nature. Your 6.5-hour sightseeing expedition starts at the Alesund bus terminal, where you will step on your bus and prepare for your trip. Your bus will take a scenic route from Alesund to Stranda, you will enjoy gorgeous views of the countryside. There will be a short stopover at Stranda, you can take part in some fun-filled activities.  We recommend that you try out the exciting gondola ride to the top of the mountain. In the winter, Stranda offers spectacular skiing activities. Stranda has one the world’s most exhilarating skiing routes where you can ski from the top of the mountain straight into the fjord below.  There are a number of other fun activities that you can try out, though some activities like the guided hike or bike tour need you to spend the night in Stranda. If you choose to spend the night, we suggest purchasing the one way trip from Stranda back to Alesund. Your return trip to Alesund takes you through the pretty villages of Liabygda and Stordal. There will be a ferry ride from the Stranda ferry harbour to the Liabygda ferry harbour. From Liabygda, you will travel by bus back to Alesund as you enjoy the beautiful scenery of mountains, fjords deep valleys. This is a great way to spend the day exploring the wonderful towns of Alesund and Stranda. Check for availability and book your spot today!

Duration:
7.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Godøy & Alnes Lighthouse | Alesund Tours

Come on short sea expedition of idyllic islands on the western seashore of Norway. Experience panoramic views from the sea as well as from land as you travel from Alesund to Godoy and then Alnes on this exciting tour that combines a high-speed ferry ride and a bus expedition. This is a great tour for anyone who loves adventure and sightseeing. Your 1-hour long expedition kicks off at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (close to the Tourist Information office), where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare to board the high-speed ferry. The first part of your day tour will be a high-speed ferry ride.  You will sail from the ferry terminal at Skateflukaia in Alesund via Godøy and towards Alnes.  Your exciting cruise will be filled with astonishing views of the expansive sea on one side and stunning shorelines, islands and islets on the other. Godøy is a little island in the Giske Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county. It is famous for its attractive nature and its regal mountain.  From Godøy, you will sail to Alnes. Alnes is a charming small village located on the north side of Godøya. Alnes boasts a magnificent seascape that offers gorgeous vistas in the summer. We recommend a visit to the famous Alnes lighthouse. This historic lighthouse was built in 1852 to guide fishing boats safely to the harbour. At the Anles lighthouse, you will enjoy the permanent watercolour and sketches by the famous local artist, Ørnulf Opdahl. If you visit in the summer, you will have a chance to visit the lighthouse keeper’s house and view an exhibition about the history of the Alnes lighthouse. You can also visit the summer café and enjoy more temporary art exhibitions. We also recommend a visit to the new Alnes cultural centre that is open throughout the year. Here you can enjoy local delicacies like homemade cakes and locally prepared food. There is an art gallery by the Norwegian Coastal Administration showcasing the current activity at the lighthouse. Please confirm with your guides on opening schedules.  The bus option for this tour is only available for a few days of the year from 7th July to 22nd July. Check for availability and book a spot on this thrilling journey exploring Norway today!

Duration:
60minutes
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Finnøy & Ona Lighthouse | Alesund Tours

Explore the idyllic islands of Finnoy and Ona on a thrilling round-trip sightseeing expedition that takes you from the art nouveau city of Alesund to these two charming little islands. Experience stunning views of the sea and shores as you cruise on a high-speed ferry towards the island of Ona. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves sea cruises and sightseeing adventures. Your 10.5-hour sightseeing cruise kicks off from the Alesund high-speed ferry terminal (Skateflukaia). Where you will meet your guides and prepare for your journey to Ona. The first part of your tour will be a high-speed ferry cruise that takes you to the swampy island of Haroya. From Haroya, you will travel 1.5-kilometres by bus to the island of Finnoya. Finnoya is a charming island in Sandoy Municipality.  A popular historical attraction in the island of Finnoya is the Sagfjord Church built in 1775.  From Finnoya, you will sail by ferry to the idyllic island of Ona. There will be a short stopover at Sandoya before arriving at Ona. The island of Ona is a fishing village that lies in the southernmost part of Norway. This charming small village island has a population of approximately 25 people. Ona has maintained its culture through the centuries and is well known for its ceramics workmanship. There are still a number of ceramic workshops spread around the island. Ona Lighthouse is set on the highest point on the island, also known as “Onakalven”. From the Ona Lighthouse, you will witness panoramic views of the ocean as well as the mainland. We advise you to carry some warm and wind-breaking clothes as the climate on the island can get harsh. There is a seasonal café on the island, but it is still a good idea to carry some food that you will enjoy later on during the tour. This is a wonderful way to spend the day exploring gorgeous islands in Norway. Check for availability and book your spot on this tour today!

Duration:
10.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Runde Bird Island | Alesund Tours

Come on an exciting round-trip tour that cruises from Alesund, through Hareid to the bird island of Runde. Come to experience stunning seascapes as you sail through the western shores of Norway. This is a tour for anyone who loves sea cruises and appreciates bird watching. Your 8.5-hour sea expedition will start at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (near the tourist information centre). At this point, you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for the expedition. Your sea cruise will be highlighted by astonishing views of beautiful shorelines, magnificent eagles hunting for fish, among other marine creatures.  You will sail to Hareid. Hareid lies on the mainland coast of the Sunnmøre, on the Hareidlandet Island in the Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. Next, you will sail towards the charming fishing port of Fosnavåg, located on the island of Bergsøya.  Your next stop will be the idyllic bird island of Runde. Runde is located in Herøy municipality. This little island in the sea has a small population of people. The main attraction of this island is the 500,000 to 700,000 thousand seabirds that have chosen this island as their home. There are more than 200 different bird species on this little island. Runde is a wonderful island to visit all year round, but especially in the summer. The island boasts the most majestic cliffs where many of the birds perch. During your stopover on this island, we suggest that you take part in some hiking excursions. You can also take part in a fun boat trip around this gorgeous island. Afterwards, you will cruise back to Alesund enjoying the stunning evening vistas of the western seascapes. This is a wonderful way to spend a day at sea exploring the islands of western Norway. Check for availability and book your spot today!

Duration:
8.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Coastal Round Trip Experience | Ålesund Tours

Come along an exciting high-speed ferry roundtrip and sail from Ålesund through Lepsøy and Haramsøy to Harøya. Grab a chance to enjoy eye-catching views of gorgeous islets, reefs and islands in the beautiful archipelago of Sunnmøre. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves sightseeing and sea cruises. Your 2.5-hour high-speed ferry cruise through the beautiful waters of Ålesund starts at the Ålesund high-speed ferry terminal, Skateflukaia (near the tourist information centre). Here, you will board the high-speed ferry. All through your cruise, you will have the opportunity to see mighty eagles as they hunt for fish in the sea. If you are lucky, you will also witness killer whales and seals in the waters. Your cruise will take you through Hamnsund. Hamnsund is a charming village located in the Haram Municipality. One of the key attractions in this village is the Hamnsund Church built in 1875. Next, you sail through Lepsøy. Lepsøy is an island located in the western part of the Haram Municipality and has a population of about 419 people.  Another attraction on your ferry cruise is the swampy island of Harøy. It is located between the islands of Finnøya and Fjørtofta. Harøy is the largest islands in the Romsdal Municipality. At Harøy, you will have the option to continue with the roundtrip ferry cruise or stay on for a few more hours and enjoy a number of experiences this island has to offer. You can enjoy astonishing views from the Harøyburet, where you can enjoy views of the many islands, reefs, and islets. From Harøy, you will have a choice to proceed on to the island of Finnøy by bus. Please note that the cost of the trip to Finnøy is not included in the round trip price. Finnøy is another fascinating island, known for its restaurant, the Finnøya Havstuer. Otherwise, the cruise will take you back to the art nouveau town of Ålesund and mark the end of your ferry cruise. Check for availability and come experience the splendour of this archipelago by high-speed ferry today!

Duration:
2.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Molde & The Atlantic Road | Alesund Tours

Come along an exciting round trip that takes you from the spectacular art nouveau architectural town of Alesund, through the gorgeous town of Molde and along the astonishing Atlantic road then back to Alesund. The Atlantic road is an architectural masterpiece that is located at the edge of the Atlantic road and is world famous as one of the world’s most beautiful roads. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves road trips and sightseeing journeys. Your 9-hour bus tour to the Atlantic road starts off at the Alesund bus terminal, where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for the bus trip. The first leg of your trip will transport you from Alesund to Molde. Molde is a traditional town and municipality in Romsdal in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. Molde emerged as a trading post in the middle ages. It is located on the shoreline of the Romsdalsfjord. The Showstopper of your road trip will be the sights of the Atlantic Road. The Atlantic Road is located at the edge of the mighty Atlantic Ocean and connects a series of small islands and islets to the mainland through a series of roads that run through eight bridges. This magnificent piece of construction stretches 8,274 metres. There will be a stopover at Eldhusøya where you will have the chance to enjoy the service building famous for its architectural style that blends with the natural terrain.  You will have a chance to walk along the floating walkway that consists of a series of grids suspended above the terrain below. Eldhusøya also boasts stunning panoramic views and is a perfect spot to take some memorable photos, so please remember to bring your camera.  On your return journey back to Alesund, you will have a short stopover at Molde where you will have a chance to take a walk through the charming town and enjoy the eye-catching views of fjords and majestic mountains. At Molde, you will have a choice to select between two departure times, allowing you to enjoy Molde’s local culture longer. Check for availability and come to experience the magnificent Atlantic Road on this exciting round trip from Alesund today!  

Duration:
9hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round Trip to Valldal | Alesund Tours

Explore the idyllic region of Valldal on an exciting round-trip bus tour that transports you from the gorgeous art nouveau town of Alesund through the stunning countryside into Valldal. Grab your chance to experience gorgeous fjords, regal mountainscapes, deep valleys and delicious local delicacies on this day tour. This is a tour package designed for anyone who loves nature and sightseeing. Your 9-hour bus expedition to the stunning region of Valldal starts at the Alesund bus terminal. You will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for departure. The first leg of your bus trip will take you from Alesund to Sjoholt. Sjoholt is a charming village located by the shores of the Storfjorden.  Next, your bus will drive to Valldal. The pretty village of Valldal lies along the deep Valldalen valley. The Valldalen valley is one of Valldal’s popular tourist attractions. Valldal is also famous for its delicious strawberries. During the stopover in this beautiful village, we recommend taking a sightseeing walk. You will enjoy stunning views of the great Valldalen valley, as well as get to sample the delicious strawberries.  There are a number of activities that Valldal has to offer, and we suggest that you try out some of them, including; rafting, canyoning, kayaking. At the Valldal activity park, you will find a climbing park, there are zip-lines and a Trolltunet activity area for children. After the break, your return journey to Alesund will begin. Your return trip to Alesund will allow you to enjoy more beautiful landscapes as you drive along scenic Norwegian routes. This is a fun way to spend the day sightseeing and coming up close with the Valldal local culture. Check for availability and book a spot on this sightseeing day tour today!

Duration:
9hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round trip to Valldal & Trollstigen | Ålesund Tours

Explore the stunning valleys in Valldal, the expansive plateau of Trollstigen and the majestic mountains and landscapes of the Andalsnes on an exciting round-trip sightseeing journey. Unlock the gorgeous panoramic vistas of these charming destinations as you drive through western Norway. This is an ideal tour for nature lovers and anyone who loves sightseeing. Your 7-hour adventure through Norway’s idyllic countryside kicks off at the Alesund bus terminal, where you will meet our FRAM guides and set out for your sightseeing expedition. The first leg of the trip takes you from Alesund to Valldal. Valldal is famous for its delicious strawberries as well as its gorgeous landscapes and deep valleys. There will be a 35-minute stopover at Valldal where you can enjoy the stunning views of beautiful fjords as you sample the delicious strawberries.  Next, your trip embarks for Trollstigen. Trollstigen is one of Norway’s National Scenic Routes and lies 850 metres above sea level. The Trollstigen plateau is one of the most popular natural attractions that stand out on this tourist route. There will be a brief 25-minute stopover at the Trollstigen plateau so that you can enjoy the spectacular view and take some memorable photos, so please remember to bring your camera with you. After the brief stopover, your bus will drive down the hairpin road from Trollstigen to Andalsnes. Your return route to Alesund will go through Romsdalsfjord giving you a chance to behold the gorgeous architectural masterpiece - Tresfjord bridge. The Tresfjord bridge is a popular attraction in Romsdalfjord, it measures at 1290 metres that crosses the Tresfjorden. This return route gives you another opportunity to enjoy the beauty of western Norway.  Take the chance to come up close with majestic mountains, gorgeous fjords and marvellous architecture. Check for availability and book a spot today!  

Duration:
7hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round trip to Trollstigen & Valldal | Ålesund Tours

Explore the natural beauty of the western Norwegian towns and villages of Ålesund, Åndalsnes, Trollstigen and Valldal on a thrilling round trip bus expedition. Get to experience the stunning landscapes of regal mountains, expansive plateaus, and deep valleys as you drive through this idyllic Norwegian terrain. This is a tour tailored for anyone who loves sightseeing and nature. Your 8.5-hour nature exploration tour starts at the Ålesund bus terminal. AT this point, you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for departure. Your bus adventure will take you from the gorgeous art nouveau town of Ålesund to the charming town of Åndalsnes. Åndalsnes is located in the Rauma Municipality in the Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. This lovely town boasts of majestic mountains, deep valleys and magnificent bridges. From Åndalsnes, your journey continues to Trollstigen. Trollstigen is one of Norway’s most popular tourist sites. The Trollstigen route is made of hairpin road that leads up to the summit 850 metres above sea level. This route boasts of amazing views of the surrounding landscapes. There will be a short 25-minute photo stopover at the Trollstigen plateau so that you can take some memorable photos to share with friends and family. Valldal will be your next destination. Valldal is a lovely valley surrounded by imposing mountains. Valldal is known for its agricultural industry, in particular, its delicious strawberries. From Valldal, you will travel back to Alesund. This is a wonderful sightseeing tour that brings you up close with the remarkable Norwegian nature. Check for availability and book your spot today!  

Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Round trip to UNESCO Geirangerfjord & Trollstigen | Ålesund Tours

Explore western Norwegian towns and villages of Alesund, Sjoholt, Trollstigen and Geiranger on an exciting bus round trip. Experience two of the most breathtaking roads in Norway and enjoy stunning vistas of regal mountainscapes and dazzling fjords. This is a tour designed for anyone who loves nature and sightseeing. Your 10-hour sightseeing expedition starts at Alesund bus terminal, where you will meet your FRAM guides and prepare for your trip. The bus trip takes you from Alesund and heads for the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord. The Geirangerfjord is an awe-inspiring work of nature. It is a picturesque scenery of steep mountains, charming farmhouses nestled on the mountainsides, stunning waterfalls and dazzling fjords. There will be a 1-hour stopover in Geiranger, giving you some time to enjoy this masterpiece of nature. Afterwards, your bus continues on to the Andalsnes passing through Valldal. On this scenic route, you will experience the marvellous Trollstigen. Trollstigen is one of Norway’s most visited tourist sites and is well known for its Trollstigen plateau. The Trollstigen plateau’s highest point lies 850 metres above sea level and offers amazing panoramic views. At this point, there will be a short stopover allowing you to enjoy the spectacular views and take some memorable photos. Next, the bus will curve down the 11 hairpin turns heading for Andalsnes. Your return trip from Andalsnes will take you through Romsdalsfjord. Romsdalsfjord is yet another absolutely gorgeous natural masterpiece. It is the ninth-longest fjord in Norway, measuring at 88 kilometres. You will drive over the Tresfjord bridge. The Tresfjord bridge is a spectacular work of architecture and spans 1290 metres across Tresfjorden. As an alternative,  there is another travel combination on this tour. If you do not wish to travel to Geiranger, it is possible to stop at Valldal and take a detour on bus 210 that will take you from Linge to Valldal instead of taking the ferry from Linge to Eisdal. This option gives you more time to explore Valldal until your main bus, bus 220 returns from Geiranger. Please contact us for more details regarding this option. Check for availability and book your spot today!

Duration:
10hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Round trip to UNESCO Geirangerfjord | Ålesund Bus Tours

Come and discover the stunning Geirangerfjorden on a thrilling round-trip bus tour that takes you from the gorgeous art nouveau architectural town of Ålesund to Geiranger. Experience the amazing views of raging waterfalls, regal mountainscapes and dazzling fjords that lie across these two towns as you drive through the terrain. This is a great tour for anyone who loves sightseeing and nature. Your 4.5-hour epic bus adventure kicks off at from Skateflukaia (by Tourist Information) or Ålesund bus terminal. Here, you will step into a FRAM bus and prepare for departure. The first leg of your bus voyage takes you from Ålesund via Sykkylven. Sykkylven is well known for its furniture industry. You will drive over the mountain pass towards Stranda as you proceed to Hellesylt. Your arrival at Hellesylt marks the start of your fjord cruise to Geiranger. Your ferry cruise from Hellesylt to Geiranger will take 1-hour. As you sail down the amazing fjord, you will enjoy the sights of beautiful waterfalls and small farms nestled in the steep mountainsides. After arriving in Geiranger, you will have time to go on sightseeing tours, visit the local shops for some shopping. We recommend a quick visit to the Norwegian Fjord Centre located a short walking distance from the centre of Geiranger, just next to the Union Hotel. After having some time to experience the splendour of Geiranger, your return trip will begin. Your bus trip back to Ålesund takes you through the spectacular Eagle Road. The eagle Road offers awe-inspiring views of Geiranger. You will then drive through Eisdal. At Eisdal, you will board a ferry to Linge. From Linge, your bus tour drives through the charming village of Sjøholt before arriving back at Ålesund. This is one of the finest ways to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of these idyllic Norwegian locations. Check for availability and book a spot today!  

Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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The Royal Fjord Route - Hjørundfjord & Geirangerfjord | Ålesund Bus Tours

Come on an exciting bus expedition along “The Royal Fjord Route” in Norway. Your fjord adventure will take you from Ålesund to Geiranger. You will have a superb opportunity to visit two of Norway’s most popular fjords - Hjørundfjord and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Geirangerfjord. In the past centuries, Hjørundfjord and Geirangerfjord were popular attractions for kings and queens, this is an opportunity to enjoy the royal route up close and personal. As you explore The Royal Fjord Route, you will also have the chance to enjoy extraordinary vistas of majestic mountains, calming waterfalls and a spectacular countryside. This is a perfect tour for anyone who loves sightseeing. Your 11-hour fjord expedition will start at the Ålesund high-speed ferry/cruise port (by bus terminal). You will meet your guides and prepare for departure. You will sail by boat from Ålesund through the outstanding Hjørundfjord then towards Øye. Hjørundfjord offers fabulous views of the sea and the imposing mountains. This is a perfect photo-taking spot, so please carry your camera with you. After your ferry docks, you will continue on the fjord route by bus through the intriguing Norangsdalen. The Lyngstøylvatnet lake is a popular attraction in Norangsdalen. There will be a short photo stopover so you can enjoy the beautiful scenery. The Lyngstøylvatnet lake was formed by a rock fall from Keipen in 1908. It is possible to see the remains of the old road, farmhouse foundations and the gateway beneath the clear lake waters. Afterwards, your trip will proceed to Hellesylt where you will board a ferry and cruise through the Geirangerfjord. Steep mountains, pleasant mountain farms and stunning waterfalls define the magnificent Geirangerfjord. You will experience all these wonderful sights first-hand as you sail gently through the fjord. After the cruise through Geirangerfjord, you will have some personal time to take leisure walks through Geiranger and visit the local landmarks. Your bus tour will continue via the Eagle Road. The Eagle Road is a hairpin road up the steep valley sides of the Geirangerfjord and offers an incredible view of Geiranger.  Your journey concludes as you travel back to Ålesund via Eisdal and Sjøholt this return trip allows you to experience even more beautiful sights of nature. Check for availability and book your spot and join us on this tour of the Royal Fjord Route today!  

Duration:
10.5hours
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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Duration:
90minutes
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Dalsnibba Mountain Highlight Bus Trip | Geiranger Skywalk

Join us on one of the most beautiful and spectacular bus trips in Norway to experience the world-renowned viewpoints around Geiranger. From higher up, there are fantastic views over the UNESCO World Heritage area, with deep fjords and high mountains – simply breathtaking! Mt. Dalsnibba above Geiranger is 1,476 m above sea level and offers stunning views across the World Heritage area. It lies 22 km from Geiranger, up the famous Geirangervegen road. Along the way, you’ll stop at the well-known Flydalsjuvet viewpoint. Further up is Knuten – the Knot – famous for being Norway’s first ascending loop road. The last 5 km is on a private toll road, with a tollbooth at the Djupvasshytta turn-off. You’ll stop at the famous Flydalsjuvet viewpoint before continuing up to Mt. Dalsnibba, from where you’ll be able to enjoy the majestic views back to the Geirangerfjord. Flydalsjuvet: The famous view back to Geirangerfjord and the cruise ships from the viewpoint at the top of this 80 m-deep gorge must surely be one of Norway’s most photographed vistas! Dalsnibba: An easily accessible high-mountain experience, this is one of the highest peaks you can experience by car or bus in Norway and offers incredible views of the surrounding mountains and the Geirangerfjord in the distance. Varied flora and fauna, ice-blue lakes, fascinating geology, glaciers and the incredible peak itself await you on the 2-hour drive. A must-see on your visit to Geiranger! Type of excursion: Scenic round trip by bus with photo opportunities Duration: 2 hours and 15 min. Bus itinerary: Geiranger - Flydalsjuvet - Dalsnibba/Geiranger Skywalk - Geiranger Facilities: WC at Geiranger pier, Dalsnibba and Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, souvenir shop at Mt. Dalsnibba Capacity: Between 35 and 48 persons per trip Includes: Bus trip with stops at the famous Flydalsjuvet (15 min) and Dalsnibba (15 min) viewpoints, toll road to Mt. Dalsnibba Available: 18 May – 15 Sep. 2017 (not daily, but flexible; see online booking page) Price: Adults NOK 320, children (4-15 years) NOK 200 Your online booking confirmation is your boarding ticket. You will need to present this to the crew when boarding. It contains a QR code that will be scanned. Just prior to boarding make sure you have either printed this document or have it on your smart phone screen ready to be scanned. Tips: this may require you to save this confirmation off line for example, as a screen shot/capture in your photo folder. Please meet on the departure point at least 10 minutes before your scheduled departure time. During pre-season when the road to Dalsnibba is still closed, we drive up to Dypvatten lake and Ørnevegen, the “Eagle Road”.

Duration:
2hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Duration:
60minutes
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Duration:
90minutes
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
Nov. - Feb.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - May.
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Svalbard Sailing Expedition - 4 days

Join this great Arctic summer adventure and take part in a 4-day sailing expedition from Svalbard. Midway between mainland Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is one of the most remote places you can travel to. Sail through some of the Arctic’s most staggering landscapes and experience Svalbard up close and personal.   It has yet to be fully explained by geologists how this gorgeous landmass was created. The unspoiled landscapes of Svalbard present you with not only breathtaking fjords but also offers stunning wildlife encounters and natural colors of the Arctic, producing truly unique photo opportunities.  During this expedition, you will be onboard a sailboat specifically designed for waters such those in the Arctic. The Aventura IV is a Garcia Exploration 45. The boat is an experience in itself and has been named the Ultimate Global Cruiser. The Aventura IV was built in 2014 and is already an icon. The boat was the winner of Best Boat 2015 in Sail Magazine and Boat of the Year 2015 by Cruising World. It was bought directly from Jimmy Cornell and with present equipment, is worth around EUR 1,000,000.  Compared to larger vessels, sail ships and regular sailboats of the same size. With a draft of just one meter, you get to experience everything for up close from the boat.  The boat also offers better comfort than most sailboats same size and the cabin is easily accessible from the cockpit. A 75 mm thick foam insulation brings temperature stability and a strong aluminum hull makes this boat safer compared to fiberglass boats. You will travel over 4 days and 3 nights. However, having a fixed itinerary in the seas around Svalbard is next to impossible. We have a schedule but will have to remain flexible. On any given day, we will have to adapt to the conditions and the unpredictability of the surroundings. You get to participate and become part of the operation. We will have epic and easy hikes on land every day to embrace the surroundings: Glaciers, birds, wild animals, old settlements, research stations and more. You will get plenty of Instagram-worthy pictures from these trips. Your tour will be ecologically sustainable and responsible. By traveling in a small group,  you will have less impact on nature and its wildlife. Jump on board and join us for this truly unparalleled adventure across the Arctic waters of Svalbard and inquire about availability and custom options. No other Arctic tourist boat we know can offer this!

Duration:
4days
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Fjord Cruise | Bergen to Mostraumen

Come along on an unforgettable fjord excursion and experience the beauty of authentic Norwegian nature. This fjord cruise is an essential addition to the program of any traveller that wishes to behold the allure of the archetypical Norwegian fjord. Departing from Bergen, your adventure begins as you sail up the 27-kilometre long Osterfjorden Fjord in the Hordaland province. The scenery en route consists of steep mountains and powerful waterfalls, which you will venture so close to that you can feel the spray of their mist on your face. The mountain water that feeds these falls is pure enough to drink, and as the ship sails with its bow right up to the falls, your guide will use a container to catch some of the ice-cold water for you to sample. At the end of the fjord nests Modalen, home to only 380 residents, marking it as the second smallest municipality in all of Norway. Here you will make a short stop to catch a glimpse of the local fjord life, where picturesque and colourful wooden houses line the harbour, with a boat parked at every dock. As you venture back through the fjord, you will enter through the narrow Mostraumen strait, where tall and majestic mountains close in from each side. Remember to bring your camera along for all the wonderful and unique photo opportunities of your excursion.   If you embark on this tour during the winter season, you will be treated to stunning ice formations and a different landscape altogether. The ice, however, can make it impossible to follow the regular route of the tour, in which case it will be adapted to the best courses available. Don’t hesitate in booking your Norwegian adventure now. No matter the season, you are sure to enjoy your scenic cruise through the magnificent landscape of this beautiful fjord. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Fjord Cruise through Lysefjord

Come along on a scenic cruise of an authentic Norwegian fjord, to see and behold the one and only Pulpit Rock towering above the water. Anyone looking to experience the beauty of bona fide Scandinavian landscapes should not let this opportunity pass them by. The best way of beholding the vastness of a fjord is by gliding through its waters. Departing from Stavanger, your vessel is a modern and comfortable catamaran boat, equipped with a spacious sun deck and refreshments in the cabin. Your crew consists of expert tour guides, who will inform you of what you will see on your open water adventure. The venue of your journey is Lysefjord, an archetypal Norwegian fjord that also boasts of unique qualities. The light granite rocks that line the sides of the fjord are what gave it its name, with Lysefjord translating to ‘light fjord’. It is lined with numerous misty waterfalls, including Hengjane Falls, which you will venture so close to that you might feel their mist on your face. The fjord is also brimming with idyllic islands and varied wildlife - with a little bit of luck you might encounter the resident seals of the water or the acrobatic mountain goats of the hillsides. As you near in towards the heart of the fjord, get ready to behold the Vagabond’s Cave - an ancient hiding place to a group of outlaws who sought shelter there a long time ago. As you pass by this enigmatic site, you will be greeted by the very highlight of the fjord, the steep and towering Pulpit Rock. The cliff also known as Preikestolen is an ever popular venue for hikers, looking to see the scenery from above. On your cruise, however, you will get the pleasure of experiencing the allure of the rock from a whole different angle, as the near perfectly vertical drop of over 600 metres towers majestically over the skyline. Your vessel will return you to the port at Stavanger at the end of the tour. It is available all year round, providing for different seasonal charms each time around. Don’t miss out on this perfect cruise. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Observing the Aurora Borealis

The symbols of the Aurora Borealis were found on the Shamans’ drums of the Sami population. In their language, the phenomenon has many different names, for example, Sami traditionally associate the Aurora Borealis with sounds. During the Viking era, the Aurora Borealis were thought to be the armourof the Valkyrie, the virgin warriors, which gave off the strange sparkling light. We like to call it “The Rainbow of the Night” because sometimes the lights appear all at once, dancing through the sky in shades of purple, orange, green and red. The Aurora Borealis is always different, and to see it is an exciting, magical moment. With the excursion we propose, you’ll become spectators of one of the most incredible phenomenon of our planet. During our safari, we will walk among silent forests, frozen lakes and old fishing hamlets. We will try to find the best spots to admire the “Queen”, the Aurora Borealis and, according to the solar activity, we will change place and point of observation. That is why we call this excursion “hunting the lights”. The excursion itself will be an enchanting experience and when your desire to observe the inspiring northern lights will be fulfilled, you will understand why then aurora, nordlys in Norwegian, is considered the most incredible natural phenomenon you can assist. Both tours go by minivan/minibus to an area with the best chances to see the lights this particular night. Away from artificial lights pollution. This excursion is for those who want to enjoy the beauty of the Northern Lights without stress. We will drive you to the