The fjords of the of the northwest are seemingly made for tours of discovery. It's only natural therefore that you enjoy the scenery that people come from all over the world to experience. But innumerable, untouched treasures await beyond the most popular tourist routes.
Experience the Geirangerfjord and the county of Møre og Romsdal
From the magnificent world of fjord and mountain at the Geirangerfjord (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Norddalsfjord, Ørnevegen, Trollstigen, Hjørundfjord and Trollheimen, it is only a few hours' journey to be able to send postcards from Veidholmen, the Atlantic Ocean Road, Bud and Ona. The three largest cities in the county—Kristiansund, Molde and Ålesund—each have their own unique character and are also good starting places for day trips and longer excursions to fjords, mountains and the open sea.
Experience the Sognefjord and the county of Sogn og Fjordane
The Sognefjord is the world's longest and deepest fjord adventure. The ferry service between Lærdal, Kaupanger and Gudvangen, as one of Europe's greatest fjord attractions, gives you a fantastic fjord passage filled with dizzying and dramatic sights. The Nærøyfjord is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and is the narrowest fjord in the world at only 250 metres at its narrowest point. Precipitous mountains, thunderous waterfalls and small homesteads that cling to the mountain sides are the framework of the boat tour between Flåm and Gudvangen, while the nostalgia settles over the deep.
Which tour is for you?
Fjord1's ferry and bout services make it easy to embark on a journey of discovery in the northwest. We also offer a varied day-trip and round-trip programme.