|Season (1 Jan 2020 - 29 Feb 2020)|
|Saturday - Sunday||08:00||- 18:30|
|Season (1 Mar 2020 - 31 Mar 2020)|
|Tuesday - Thursday||Closed|
|Friday - Sunday||08:00||- 18:30|
|Season (1 Apr 2020 - 30 Oct 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||08:00||- 18:30|
|Season (1 Nov 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
|Saturday - Sunday||08:00||- 18:30|
* Important message: We are changing our bookingsystem. Tickets for 2020 can be ordered here: https://fjordrive.screenbooking.com/Tour/571?c=no
Tickets for 2019 can be ordered by using the book now function further up on this page.
Enjoy a beautiful cruise on the UNESCO World Heritage Site Nærøyfjorden and the spectacular viewpoint Stegastein on this round trip from Bergen.
Ticket for 2020: Tickets from January 2020 and onwards can be booked here: https://bookvisitbergen.screenbooking.com/Tour/742?c=en
Enjoy a beautiful cruise on the UNESCO World Heritage Site Nærøyfjord and the spectacular viewpoint Stegastein on this round trip from Bergen.
Is there anything more enchanting than the breathtaking beauty of Norwegian nature, fjords, waterfalls and mountains? On this round trip with Fjordrive you can experience this amazing scenery firsthand on a private road trip, including a two-hour cruise on the Nærøyfjord.
The tour starts by minibus at the Tourist Information in Bergen, before heading east, where our first sightseeing stop will be at the magnificent waterfall, Tvindefossen. The tour continues towards Gudvangen, where we will drive down the amazing Stalheimskleiva. This is one of Northern Europe's steepest road sections and has a fantastic view down towards the Nærøyfjord.
We will then pass Gudvangen, and after 20 minutes we will pass Flåm. From there we will be continuing to Aurland, and we will start the amazing climbing to the top of the Stegastein viewpoint. Stegastein has a unique and spectacular viewing platform that hangs 30 meters from the mountainside, 650 meters above the fjord, and offers an unparalleled panoramic view. The road from Aurland to Stegastein is part of National Scenic Routes in Norway. We will have the opportunity to take picture and go at the platform and see the amazing view.
Then we will drive down to Flåm where we will have 1 hour for lunch/sightseeing.
After the break we will board the battery powered boat who will take you to Gudvangen on the beautiful Nærøyfjord. In Gudvangen your guide will meet you, and the tour then goes back to Bergen, with memories that will last for a lifetime.
The high quality minibus can take maximum 16 persons.
It is also possible to book the car only for your family or group. The price then will be on request.
Time schedule 2019:
08.15 Departure by mini bus from the Tourist Information in Bergen (from January 2020 this will be at 08:00)
10.00 Arrive Tvindefossen
11.00 Driving down Stalheimskleiva (NB: This road is closed in winter)
12.00 Arrival Stegastein viewpoint
12.45 Arrival Flåm (Free time to explore Flåm)
14.00 Departure fjord cruise on Nærøyfjord
16.00 Arrival Gudvangen
16.10 Departure Gudvangen
18.30 Arrive Bergen by the Tourist Information
The cruise from Flåm to Gudvangen is included.
Driver / guide:
Your driver and guide speak English and Norwegian.
ONLINE BOOKING 2020:
The tour must be booked no later than 22:30 the day before departure.
If cancelled up to 2 days before date of departure, the full amount will be refunded. Cancellation after this will not be refunded. Cancellation is made by sending an email to email@example.com.
For winter tours: In the unlikely event of bad weather that can cause dangerous driving conditions, the tour might be cancelled on short notice and a full refund will be given.
Your email confirmation is your ticket for this tour. The tickets for the cruise will be provided by the driver.
For children under 135 cm remember to book a child seat as an extra (no additional cost).
Car cushions for older children are available in the car
TICKETS FOR 2020:
Tickets from January 2020 and onwards can be booked here: https://bookvisitbergen.screenbooking.com/Tour/742?c=en
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults (from 16 years)||NOK1,850.00 tickets|
|Children (4-15)||NOK1,200.00 tickets|
Adults: NOK 1850
Children: NOK 1200
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