|Season (4 May 2020 - 22 Sept 2020)|
An active round trip from Bergen. Take the Bergen Railway to Voss and try whitewater rafting in scenic surroundings and a free fall in Norway's only wind tunnel.
An active round trip from Bergen! Take the Bergen Railway to Voss and try whitewater rafting in scenic surroundings and a free fall in Norway's only wind tunnel! All transportation and the necessary equipment are included in the price.
The trip starts at the railway station in Bergen with a journey on the scenic Bergen Railway from Bergen to Voss. Bergen Railway is the highest altitude railway in Northern Europe, and around 100 kilometres of the line run through wild mountain terrain.
Outside Voss railway station, you board a minibus that takes you to Voss Rafting Senter, around 15 minutes away. The bus is well marked and easy to spot. Then it's time for some whitewater rafting in the Strandaelva river or Raundalselva river. Both rivers are of a high international standard, and we can guarantee a fantastic experience.
The trip then continues to VossVind. Here, you can try the wind tunnel, which is a simulation of the free fall experienced when skydiving.
Unfortunately, pregnant women and people with shoulder or serious back problems cannot fly in the wind tunnel.
Minimum 15 years old.
07.57: Train from Bergen railway station to Voss. Arrival in Voss at 9.08
09.30: Pick up from Voss railway station and transfer to Voss Rafting Senter
10.00–13.30 Rafting on one of the rivers in Voss
14.00–14.45: Hot lunch at the restaurant at Voss Rafting Senter
14.45: Transfer from Voss Rafting Senter to VossVind
14.50–16.00: VossVind with three minutes of flying in the wind tunnel
16.15: Walk from VossVind to Voss railway station
16.38: Train from Voss to Bergen
17.58: Arrival at Bergen railway station
You can book the trip online until 19.00 the day before.
Once the order is completed, you will receive an automatic confirmation by email. Then you will receive a new mail with your tickets attached as pdf. On that email you also get a reference number for the train tickets. Bring this reference number and collect your tickets at the ticket machine or at the ticket office at the train station. We recommend picking up train tickets the day before departure. If you do not have the opportunity the day before, please make sure you allocate enough time.
Should you not receive mail from us after completing your order, please check your spam filter and junk mailbox.
The Tourist Information in Bergen also sells tickets for this tour. Must be booked latest the day before departure, depending on availability.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults||NOK2,649.00 per person|
Prices may be subject to change.
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