|Season (1 June 2019 - 22 Sept 2019)|
Beautiful roundtrip starting with the train from Voss. Highlights are biking down the famous Flåm valley and fjord safari from Flåm to Gudvangen.
This is a very popular round trip that lasts about six hours and takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Norway. The tour includes the Bergen Railway, a cycling trip down the Flåm valley and a fjord safari with a local guide from Flåm to Gudvangen.
The Standard Fjord Tour PLUSS starts at the railway station in Voss with the train rom Voss to Myrdal station. From Myrdal station, the tour continues on bike down the Flåm Valley alongside the famous Flåm Railway.
Flåm Valley is one of the most beautiful stretches you can ride! The first part is steep but after about 800 meters the valley becomes more gentle. This trip is suitable for those who have cycled before. The trip starts at 867 meters above sea level and ends up in Flåm village by the fjord. The cycle ride is about 21 kilometers downhill. Estimated arrival in Flåm is 11:30 and you have time to stop and take pictures along the way!
It is an easy route to cycle, mostly either downhill or flat. There is a lower age limit of 12 years for the cycling trip.
Flåm is a charming small village surrounded by steep mountainsides, cascading waterfalls and narrow valleys. It is lovely just to stroll around and it is a nice place to catch a bite to eat before embarking on the fjord safari.
You then rendezvous at the quay at 11.55 to get dressed, equipped and register for the fjord safari. There are maximum 12 passengers and a guide in each RIB boat, so it almost feels like you are on a private tour. The boat stops at several places en route and the guide tells interesting stories about the local history of the fjords. You will also have a good chance of seeing some marine wildlife and birds in their natural element, for example seals, harbour porpoises and eagles. On this safari, the boat heads out the Aurlandfjord and up the Nærøyfjord.
The Nærøyfjord is one of the narrowest fjords in Europe. In 2005, the Nærøyfjord was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The safari takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes and ends in Gudvangen.
Bus to Voss:
In Gudvangen, your guide is waiting for you with a minibus to take you to Voss. On the way there, you will be driven down the hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva, one of the steepest roads in Europe, with a gradient of 24% at its steepest. Since 2010, this has been a one way road, and it is only possible to drive down it.
Train to Voss:
You arrive in Voss at about 14.25, from where the tour ends. The Standard Fjord Tour lasts about six hours and takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery Norway has to offer.
Timetable 1 June - 22 September:
08.17 Train from Voss
09.09 Arrival at Myrdal station
09.40 Departure on the Flåm Railway from Myrdal station
10.10 Arrival at Berekvam station
10.20 Start by bike down to Flåm
11.30 Estimated arrival in Flåm
11.55 Rendezvous at the quay for the fjord safari
12.05 Start fjord safari
13.30 Arrival in Gudvangen
13.30Transport from Gudvangen to Voss
14.25 Arrival at Voss station
Children 12 - 14 years = child price
From age 15 upwards = adult
There is a lower age limit of 12 years on this tour.
The tour is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users.
Online booking – must be booked at least one day before departure:
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.
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The Tourist Information in Bergen also sells tickets for this tour. Must be booked latest the day before departure, depending on availability.
If you cancel up to 72 hours before departure, 95% of the amount paid will be refunded. If you cancel less than 72 hours before departure, no refund will be given.
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