|Season (1 Apr 2023 - 30 Nov 2023)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 12:00|
Join us on a 60 minutes fjord safari with a RIB boat from Øystese, beautifully located by the Hardangerfjord! A fast-paced tour in a RIB-boat along steep mountain sides and roadless hamlets 1.5 hours from Bergen.
Join us for an adrenaline-filled RIB trip on Hardangerfjorden fromidyllic Øystese.
Hardangerfjord Adventure takes you on a tour to the hidden gems in the middle of the beautiful fjord landscape in Hardanger. In an open RIB boat, we drive towards Kvamsøy, which is the innermost island in the majestic Hardangerfjord, before continuing to Fyksesund, the narrowest fjord arm in Hardanger. At the heart of the fjord arm is the roadless hamlet of Botnen, which is surrounded by 1,000-metre-high precipitous mountain sides and countless waterfalls.
There will be several stops along the way on the fjord where the guide lets the unique nature sink in and gives you an insight into the fjord culture. With a little luck, we'll see porpoises appear in the water. It is important to have your camera/mobile ready on this tour to catch some great photos.
Guiding in English.
Tour route with the boat:
60 minutes in the boat plus the time it takes to change into proper gear and briefing.
Meeting place and time in Øystese:
Departure from Hardangerfjord hotel in the center of Øystese. Meet in the hotel lobby 15 minutes before departure.
Dress in practical outerwear and shoes. You get a life jacket and goggles, as well as gloves, buff and hat as needed.
Wardrobe and toilet:
No toilet on the boat tour, but toilet and cloakroom at the base by the hotel. Any valuables can be locked in the wardrobe at the base.
5 years and up. Old age no obstacle. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women over 3 months or people with back or neck injuries.
Payment and terms:
The tour must be booked online and paid for in advance. Changes and cancellations can be made free of charge up to 3 days before departure. In case of cancellation within the deadline, a full refund is given.
Tickets and prices:
The tour can be bought at the Tourist Information in Bergen or ordered online here: Hardangerfjord Adventure - Explore the fjords (hardangerfjord-adventure.no)
A round-trip bus ticket to Bergen is not included and must be purchased separately. With the Bergen Card you get free bus travel. The boat trip must be booked no later than 10 hours before the boat departure. For later bookings, please contact us to check if we have space available.
Bus to and from Øystese:
Route bus number 925 from terminal O, Bergen Bus Station. Travel time 1 hour 30 minutes, so we recommend taking a bus from Bergen that leaves at least 2 hours before your departure. You get off the bus in the center of Øystese right next to the hotel.
Tour starting at 11.00 (3.6–3.9), bus from Bergen Bus Station at 08:55, arrival at Øystese at 10:35 am. Return from Øystese at 12:40 or 15:40.
Tour starting at 13.00 (3.6–3.9), bus from Bergen Bus Station at 09:55, arrival at Øystese at 11:30 am. Return from Øystese at 15:40 or 17:20.
Buy a ticket in the ticket machines at Bergen bus station or pay by card when boarding. If you have the Bergen Card, the bus journey is free. Remember that the Bergen Card must be valid when boarding. Bus ticket NOK 81 pr. adult each way. Get off the bus in Øystese centre.
Fixed trips April–November. Send us an email to inquire about private tours.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children under 12 years||NOK550.00 per piece|
|Adults||NOK750.00 per piece|
Prices may be subject to change.
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