Electric bus from Tide parked at Norwegian Nature Centre

Vøringsfossen Sightseeing Tour

An audio guided tour by electric bus from Eidfjord through Måbødalen valley to Vøringsfossen waterfall

On this electric bus tour, you get to experience two of the star attractions in the Hardanger region: the Norwegian Nature Center – Hardanger and the Vøringsfossen waterfall.


  • Spectacular panoramic film showcasing fjords and mountains at the Norwegian Nature Center
  • Audio-guided scenic drive through Måbødalen valley (English and German)
  • Norway’s most famous waterfall: The majestic Vøringsfossen with a stunning 182-meter drop

The Journey

Our journey begins at the Eidfjord quay, where you’ll embark on a scenic drive to the Norwegian Nature Center – Hardanger. This center celebrates the incredible beauty and uniqueness of Norwegian nature, climate, and environment through interactive exhibitions. In the cinema hall, you can join a spectacular journey through fjords and mountain landscapes with a new panoramic film.

Scenic drive and audio guide

Our audio-guided tour from Eidfjord to Vøringsfossen provides interesting facts and stories about the places in English and German along the route, shared via the sound system on the bus. The winding and steep drive through the Måbødalen valley will lead you to the final destination of the tour, the majestic Vøringsfossen waterfall.

Vøringsfossen waterfall exploration

With a stunning drop of 182 meters (597 ft), the sheer magnificence of this natural wonder is an unforgettable experience. The cascading water creates a thunderous roar that echoes throughout the valley. As you stand on the edge, taking in the view, you can feel the power of the falls reverberating through your body. The dramatic landscape of Måbødalen and the pristine Norwegian wilderness that surrounds Vøringsfossen only add to the breathtaking experience.

Return to Eidfjord

As the tour comes to an end, the bus will return you to Eidfjord, leaving you with memories of an unforgettable journey!


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