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Enjoy a day trip on Hardangerfjord. No trip to Norway is complete without it! From an open deck catamaran, you can admire the natural beauty and breathtaking scenery that this area offers.
Departing from the charming village of Norheimsund you should have your camera ready! You will journey through a landscape full of historic villages, waterfalls and idyllic orchards. In the distance, you will see Folgefonna glacier and national park, the third largest glacier in Norway. On this fjord tour, you should listen to the interesting commentary on board. You will hear lots of facts and history about the attractions along the way.
Sights on the trip
If Sognefjord is the King of the fjords then Hardangerfjord is the Queen. Stretching for 179 km, it is the second largest fjord in Norway and the fourth largest in the world. Surrounded by towering cliffs, snow-capped mountains and blossoming fruit trees, this part of Norway is a masterpiece of nature.
Eidfjord is situated at the end of the Eid Fjord, an inner branch of the large and beautiful Hardangerfjord. The town is known for being a place where you can experience real local food mixed with culture and traditions, and hospitable people. Just a short distance away is Vøringsfoss Waterfall and the Hardangervidda Nature Centre.
The Hardanger Bridge
As the boat cruises towards Eidfjord, you’ll come across the awe-inspiring Hardanger Bridge. At 1380 metres long it is the longest tunnel to tunnel suspension bridge in the world. The Hardangerfjord cruise sails underneath this impressive construction. It’s certainly a photo opportunity not to be missed, so grab your camera and snap the Hardanger Bridge in all its glory.
Set sail on Norway’s second-longest fjord ... and prepare to be stunned
Hardanger is a traditional region in Western Norway in the county of Vestlandet. The area offers an abundance of natural beauty including the captivating Hardangerfjord, two national parks, waterfalls and national tourist routes through rural areas.