|Season (24 June 2020 - 31 Aug 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||08:39||- 20:45|
Experience the beautiful UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord with its steep mountainsides and breathtaking waterfalls Norway's longest fjord Sognefjord.
The Sognefjord & Nærøyfjord in a nutshell tour from Bergen is the perfect alternative for those longing for the full fjord package!
Your tour from Bergen starts by train on the scenic Bergen Railway from Bergen to Voss. The train ride takes approxomately 1,5 hours and offers great views of the fjords and countryside between Bergen and Voss. At Voss a bus will be waiting for you to take you to Gudvangen. On the way you travel down the steep Stalheimskleiva! This is one of Northern Europe's steepest roads and winds its way through 13 sharp hairpin bends offering beautiful views.
From Gudvangen you embark on your fjord cruise on the UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord. Have your camera ready - the Nærøyfjord offers stunning views of steep mountainsides, hanging valleys, towering peaks and waterfalls and is one of the best examples of Norway's natural beauty.
Upon arrival in Kaupanger, you continue your tour along the Sognefjord by bus from Kaupanger to Sogndal and Sogndal to Leikanger. The bus travels along the Sognefjord so your will get to see the mighty Sognefjord from land before you embark on an epic fjord cruise on the Sognefjord! The fjord cruise on the Sognefjord from Leikanger to Bergen takes approx. 4,5 hours and the boat stops in several quaint villages along it's route. During your time on the boat you will really get to see "the King of fjords" up close!
Travel Route 2 June - 31 August, 2020:
08:39: Train from Bergen Railway Station
09:53: Arrival Voss
10:10: Bus from Voss to Gudvangen. Walk 50 meters to bus marked 950 Gudvangen
11:20: Arrival Gudvangen
12:00 Boat from Gudvangen from the main pier. The boat marked fjord cruise Sognefjord.
14.30: Arrival Kaupanger kai
14:55: Bus from Kaupanger quay to Sogndal bus terminal
15:18: Arrival Sogndal
16:00: Bus from Sogndal bus terminal to Leikanger quay
16:25: Arrival Leikanger quay
16.30: Express boat from Leikanger
20:45 Arrival Strandkaiterminalen in Bergen, just off the Tourist Information at Fisketorget.
Adult NOK 2 100 , Children NOK 1 070
For new tour bookings between May 1 - December 31, 2020, there will be no cancellation fee if the tour is canceled within 20 days before the travel date.
Tours can be changed or canceled up to 30 days before departure for a fee of NOK 400 per person.
Changes and cancellations can also be made between 30 and 20 days before departure for a fee of NOK 600 per person.
If you would like to change the name or number of travelers on your booking, please contact us for cancellation of the entire booking and re-book for the remaining travelers. If a stretch of the new booking is fully booked, we normally do not take the chance to cancel and lose reserved seat reservations for the rest of the traveler. Please consider this before you think about reducing the number of people in your booking.
Changes and cancellations cannot be made or refunded later than 20 days prior to departure.
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