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Reviewed September 27, 2018

A number of companies offer Fiord cruises between Flam and Gudvangen. In this beautiful western coast of Norway it is a must to do at least one and to revel in the beauty of the waterways and landscapes with towering granite cliffs and remote wilderness....More

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank PhilthetravellerXI
Reviewed September 9, 2018

We took the premium passenger ferry "Future of the Fjord" from Gudvangen. It is a fully-electric vessel. It was nice to not have the smell and noise of a typical ferry. The inside is really nice with good views. You can walk outside and stand...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed August 30, 2018

I think this was the most gorgeous area we saw on a trip full of gorgeous sights in Norway.We took a boat trip from Flam and returned by bus.We were advised to take the last trip of the day because it would not be so...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

We traveled on the Lady Elisabeth from Gudvangen to Flåm. The naeroyfjord was of course beautiful and the ship itself was lovely to be on. However, the attitude of the two crew members on board during my trip was not great. I have not met...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

Naerofjord for sure is one of the most beautiful of the Norwegian fjords. Its narrow, quite Wild and not So crowded with tourists. Gudvangen Town is a good place to start the stroll/hike North along the fjord.great views

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Adrian K
Reviewed August 25, 2018

This was highlight of car ferry trip from Kaupanger to Gudvanden. Not busy with tours. Wonderful views of waterfalls, rock faces, an a few houses. Well worth the drive to get to 15:00 ferry and get the late afternoon sun.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Otto L
Reviewed August 23, 2018

There is no need to go here, its way too growded. All other places along the sognefjord are far better to visit.

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 9, 2018

Lofoten islands have two faces, nights are long and dark in winter, but illuminated by the aurora borealis, in summer everythings is flooded by the brightness of the long days . Naeroyfjord is the narrowest and spectacular fjord in all over the world , surronded...More

Date of experience: September 2017
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Reviewed July 30, 2018 via mobile

Of the 4 town in the two major fjord tours in Norway, Geiranger is the best. Both Geiranger and Flam were teaming with tourists, of course; but Geiranger had more charm. Flam was strictly catering tourists and felt hectic and theme park-y. We booked a...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed July 7, 2018

if you can do rent a kayak and travel for a half day along this unbelievable photos cannot do it justice majestic world heritage fjord. You can also kayak across it and hike along the old postal road. If you can't kayak it, the ferry...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Vish V
Somerset, New Jersey
10 days western Norway itinerary from Oslo (9 Replies)
We are family of 6 (4 adults and 2 kids) planning to visit western Norway in mid July. Would like to rent a car and complete the loop from Oslo-Oslo in approx 9-10 days. Here are the places we have shortlisted however, I was wondering what can we add/remove and where to break the journey for overnight stay. Also, are any of the places very much similar to each other which we can eliminate. We are also open to off beaten places. Here are the places we had shortlisted in this order: Oslo,...More
February 07, 2018|
Response fromOsloViking|
If you have specific activities in mind such as rafting or hiking, then somewhere near the activity is a good idea. Perhaps rent a self-catering cabin for 2-3 nights at interesting places. But there is no need to stay exactly in Geiranger to experience Geirangerfjord, look for offers in the wider area for instance Stryn/Loen/Hornindal/Urke or Valldal/Tafjord/Åndalsnes Jostedalsbreen is a wide glacier with many access points, including Fjærland and Loen. Eidfjord is part of...More
CWTravel2013
Las Vegas, New Mexico
Naeroyfjord Cruise ferry-- classic vs electric (new) (2 Replies)
Naeroyfjord Cruise ferry-- has anyone tried the new electric boat yet? I have to decide whether to do the classic or the new one thanks
May 31, 2016|
Response fromklimaflyktning|
The new one is not yet in circulation, so nobody knows.
krshnakrshna
Travelling to Fjord Land for 2 weeks (16 Replies)
Hello All. We are a family of 5 (2 adults and 3 kids - under 7) travelling to Western Norway to visit the fjords in the first 2 weeks of September. The plan is to have a balance of idyllic and family hiking vacation. By idyllic, i mean just staying at a charming village cottage near a fjord, away from the touristy hustle and bustle, taking in the views while the kids play in the garden. And by hiking i mean short (2-3 hour) hikes near the fjords or national parks. Last year we were in the...More
July 21, 2017|
Response fromOsloViking|
If you want something away from touristy etc then you should avoid top names like Flåm and Geiranger (more quiet in Sept than in August). With kids perhaps stay longer in one place and use car for shorter trips in the area. Hiking you can do anywhere. Perhaps rent a cottage in for instance Aurland, Luster, Valldal, Norddal or Stryn. Jostedalsbreen is a national park, but only the arms of the glacier (stretching into the valleys beneath) are available, and you have to go with a guide...More