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Stavanger: Waterfalls, Caves and Rock Tour By Sea
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Stavanger: Waterfalls, Caves and Rock Tour By Sea

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Make the most of your time on shore in Stavanger by getting back out onto the water on this guided boat tour. Sail into the Lysefjord to soak up the scenery of mountains, waterfalls, and tiny islands, and see such world-famous attractions as Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen). Also visit Vagabond's Cave, which legend says was named after a group of vagabonds who hid there; see goats at summer pasture, and taste clear mountain water from the Hengjane falls.
$150.24 per adult
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Håkon H wrote a review Jul 2020
Oslo, Norway117 contributions48 helpful votes
A hard 5 hours trecking , but with the famous Kjeragboltenas a grand price, it was worth the effort.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Harold and Christin wrote a review Jan 2020
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The hike to Kjerag is normally thought of as a day trip. However, if you want to take it to another level, camp over night at the cliff edge. If you are lucky, as we were, the experience of seeing the summer sun set from 1000 m, should not be missed. There is the added bonus is enjoying the Plato and the boulder without the crowds waiting for their turn on the stone. What the vast majority miss out on this hike is going to Nesatind. Its only five minutes’ walk from the boulder. Sitting on Nesatind is as breath taking as standing on the boulder itself. It is in the area of Nesatind where you should camp for the night. Now you have a room with a best view in the world. I advise to bring gloves to use on the chains in the sections that have them. The additional weight of the backpack means extra pressure holding on and using the chains. There is a small stream of water close to the boulder so you do not need to carry the extra kgs of water all the way to the top.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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romanice wrote a review Dec 2019
Norway19 contributions15 helpful votes
Extreme place. If you're scared of heights wouldn't recommend this place, but if you like unbelievable experience it's just right hike to take. To get to the main place where the rock is, takes to hike up and down three hills which is about 5-6 hours, depends on how you walk. First one is probably the worst and difficult to climb, but other 2 are easier. It's so much unbelievably amazing views while hiking, that is even difficult to explain, or to find the right words to describe. This place is something you need to visit at least once in a life if you're in Norway.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Aron McCray wrote a review Oct 2019
Frankfurt, Germany226 contributions13 helpful votes
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I could recommend to start your tour on a lovely summer day in the evening hours. If you’re a sports guy and in shape ;) pay for a short time parking ticket (4h). You can save some money. I needed approximately 3.5h for both paths, not the recommended 5 or 6 hours. Enjoy Ps. The Kjerag is definitely the long way worth.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Snir M wrote a review Sep 2019
Ness Ziona, Israel60 contributions3 helpful votes
If you want to have the sensation of standing 1000m above the fjord and stand right on the edge of a bolder, hanging there, you should definitely visit this place. The hike is not too difficult and has a few mountain peaks with nice views and nature
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Date of experience: September 2019
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