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This day trip combines 2 spectacular highlights in Western Norway - the Hardangerfjord and Vøringsfossen waterfall.

You get to enjoy a fjord cruise on the beautiful Hardangerfjord sailing past fruit orchards, waterfalls and mountains. The boat stops off at a number of picturesque villages along the way.

Upon docking in Eidfjord, your bus is located next to the quay ready to take you through Måbødalen and up to Vøringsfossen. On the way you stop to explore Hardanger Nature Center - an experience center with interactive stations, showcasing rocks, minerals and fossils among others. 

The grand finale of the trip is a visit to the truly spectacular Vøringsfossen waterfall! After spending time at Vøringsfossen you will start your picturesque return to Bergen.

This tour is audio guided. Download our very own Travel Companion App from App Store or Google Play lean back and enjoy!

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Important on this trip

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The trip from Eidfjord to Vøringsfossen is audio guided, so make sure to bring your mobile headphones. Download the app (link in text above), enter your booking reference code, and click on “guide” at the bottom of the menu to find the audio file. Lean back and enjoy!

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Bring a windproof jacket in case of cool winds on the fjord cruise.

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Entrance Ticket Included

The entrance ticket to Norwegian Nature Center is included in this ticket.

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Meeting Point

Please meet at Bergen Bus Station, Platform O 15 minutes before departure. Also be aware that the first part of the trip by bus and boat is by public transportation and non guided

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Photo Stop

When you arrive at Vøringsfossen you have about 40 minutes to enjoy the view and explore the area.

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The bus taking you to Vøringsfossen is waiting at the Eidfjord Pier when you arrive on your fjord cruise. It is well marked with Go Fjords.