Nærøyfjord

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Nærøyfjord: Our most recommended tours and activities

Mostraumen: Fjord Cruise

1. Mostraumen: Fjord Cruise

See the stunning sights the Fjord has to offer on one of the most popular tours down the narrow Mostraumen. This scenic tour from the center of Bergen allows you to witness some memorable scenes of western Norway's Hordaland province to tiny Modalen, along the famous fjord. The tour gives amazing panoramic views of Bergen as you depart the wharf on the way to the fjord. This trip includes many beautiful waterfalls and narrow fjords whilst enjoying the picturesque mountains. If your tour is at peak flow you can feel the thrill of a refreshing spray. Whilst on board your catamaran, feel free to sit back and relax whilst purchasing a drink or two at the bar on board as you take in this breathtaking scenery.

Bergen: Private Fjord Cruise and Flåm Railway

2. Bergen: Private Fjord Cruise and Flåm Railway

After being picked up from your hotel, you can begin your journey to Gudvangen. Throughout this trip you will pass the Tvinde Waterfall, and in the summer months you'll drive through Stalheimskleiva, the 1.5-kilometer-long road section that winds down Nærøydalen from Stalheim. You'll then head to Gudvangen, and at the bottom of the Nærøyfjord you will board the "Future of the fjords" electric ship to Flåm. The Nærøyfjord is one of the narrowest fjords in Europe, and your journey to Flåm takes about 2 hours. The boat is battery operated and high-comfort, with large windows and a good patio. In 2005, the Nærøyfjord was incorporated on the UNESCO World Heritage List together with the Geirangerfjord. The fjord is surrounded by high mountains, and is a beautiful sight both in summer and winter. Flåm is a charming village surrounded by precipitous mountainsides, rumbling waterfalls, and narrow valleys. It is a  beautiful area to simply wander around, and whilst there you can also visit the Flåm Railway Museum. From Flåm the trip continues with the Flåm Railway, which is one of the world's steepest regular-track railway tracks. The 20-kilometer-long train journey gives you a panoramic view of some of the wildest and most magnificent of Norwegian mountain nature, including the famous Kjosfossen Waterfall. At Myrdal Station, your train will swap to the Bergen Railway which will take you to Voss. From there, a car will return you back to Bergen.

From Oslo: Private Round-Trip Tour to Sognefjord via Flåm

3. From Oslo: Private Round-Trip Tour to Sognefjord via Flåm

Depart from Oslo early in the morning and travel by car towards the western fjords of Norway. Discover a part of the Bergen Railway by train with a ride from Geilo to Myrdal. In Myrdal, enjoy a scenic train ride on the world-famous Flåm Railway. This rail route meanders through the mountains at a steep elevation and is one of the most spectacular experiences in Norway.  Upon arrival in Flåm, visit the Flåm Railway Museum to learn more about this feat of modern engineering. Then, cruise along the two branches of the longest and deepest fjord in Norway. One of the branches, Nærøyfjord, was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2005. Enjoy the impressive views at the Stalheim Hotel viewpoint and take in the fantastic mountain landscapes of the region. Return to Oslo late at night after a full day of exploration.

Bergen: Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway to Oslo

4. Bergen: Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway to Oslo

Discover luscious Norweigan landscapes, including fjords, mountains, and rivers, on this full-day tour from Bergen to Oslo. Travel along the spectacular Stalheim and Nærøy Valley, enjoy a cruise on the UNESCO Nærøyfjord and ride the scenic Flåm Railway. The day begins with pickup from your hotel in Bergen at 8:00 AM and sets out towards Gudvangen. During the summer months, drive along the spectacular Stalheimskleiva that offers unique vantage points of the scenery. Arrive at Gudvangen and board an electric passenger ship, the Future of the Fjord, for a tranquil sail along the Nærøyfjord towards Flåm. As you glide along the peaceful water, soak up breathtaking views of the Nordic landscape that surrounds you. Hop off the boat in Flåm and onto the charming Flåm Railway, which is one of the world's steepest railways on normal tracks. Journey through the rolling landscapes on the 20 km train journey, which takes about an hour, until you reach Myrdal Station where you will change onto the Bergen Railway. Finally, travel through the scenic Hallingskarvet National Park to Oslo Central Station where the adventure ends.

Bergen: Rallarvegen Biking, Fjord Boat Tour & Flåm Railway

5. Bergen: Rallarvegen Biking, Fjord Boat Tour & Flåm Railway

Experience speed, excitement, and beautiful scenery on this adventure day trip from Bergen. Get picked up from your accommodation in the city and make your way to Flåm, where you will experience steep mountains, thundering waterfalls, and deep fjords. Start off your day tour with the Flåm Railway, which takes you through some of the most magnificent Norwegian mountain scenery. Then, at Myrdal station, take a 2-hour (18-kilometer) long bike ride down Rallarvegen and back to Flåm. A highpoint of the trail is Myrdalsberget, where the route snakes down through 21 hairpin bends, before following the valley floor and the Flåm river to your destination. In Flåm, relax and have a break before the trip continues out onto the fjord with a RIB fjord safari. Experience Aurlandsfjord and the World Heritage Site, Nærøyfjord, from the water. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery and tales from history shared by your guide. Get closer to nature and keep your eyes peeled for seals, porpoises, and eagles along the way. At the end of a fun day in the great outdoors, get dropped back off at your accommodation in Bergen.

Bergen: RIB Sognefjord Safari and Flåm Railway Private Tour

6. Bergen: RIB Sognefjord Safari and Flåm Railway Private Tour

Start your day with pickup from your accommodations in Bergen and make the journey from Bergen to Flåm. In the summer months, the tour goes through Stalheimskleiva, the 1.5 km/1 mile road that winds down Nærøydalen. In Flåm, board the RIB for a fjord safari on Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord. You’ll ride an open RIB boat with a maximum of 12 guests, ensuring a personal experience with your guides and a chance to get close to small villages and waterfalls along the way.     Enjoy the breathtaking scenery, stories and history shared by your personal guide. Get closer to nature and look out for seals, porpoises, and eagles along the way. We will provide you with all the necessary gear for a safe and comfortable experience on the fjords. This includes a floatation suit, life vest, hat, gloves, and goggles.     Back in Flåm, the trip continues with the Flåm Railway, one of the world's steepest railways. At Myrdal station, a train changes to the Bergen Railway, which takes you to Voss. There, you’ll be picked up by car and driven back to Bergen.

Bergen: Nærøyfjord Cruise & Traditional Lunch in Undredal

7. Bergen: Nærøyfjord Cruise & Traditional Lunch in Undredal

The tour begins with pickup from your accommodation in Bergen and travels by car to Nærøy Valley. To reach the valley, drive along the spectacular Stalheimskleiva with its impressive 13 hairpin bends that offer unique vantage points of the scenery. Arrive at Gudvangen and board an electric passenger ship, the Future of the Fjord, for a tranquil 2-hour sail along the Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord.  As you glide along the peaceful water, soak up breathtaking views of the Nordic landscape that surrounds you. Hop off the boat in Flåm and visit the stunning Stegastein viewpoint before continuing the tour to Undredal, a charming little village on the shore of Aurlandsfjord. With a population of just 100 people, but over 500 goats, the town is famous for its goat cheese which is still produced in the traditional way.  Learn about the production of goat cheese, then visit the House of Cheese where a typical Nordic lunch of white and brown goat cheese, goat salami, sour cream, cloudberry jam, crisp bread, and fruit juice awaits. After lunch, head to the Old Stave Church, which was built in 1147, and is the smallest church still in use in all of Scandinavia. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back and relax on the return journey to Bergen.

Norway: Olso to Oslo Self-Guided Adventure

8. Norway: Olso to Oslo Self-Guided Adventure

Capture Norway in a nutshell on this 24-hour self-guided adventure from Olso. Ride along the scenic Bergen Railway, take a cruise on the magnificent Aurlandsfjord, and admire pristine wilderness – all you need to do is follow the specially crafted itinerary sent to you upon booking. Upon booking your adventure, you will be sent an itinerary via email with clear instructions on how to plan your self-guided tour. Provide the local partner with your accommodation name and address in Oslo, and your tickets will be delivered straight to your hotel. Once you have the tickets, embark on your 24-hour adventure. Ride the scenic Bergen Railway from Oslo, take a fjord cruise on the magnificent Aurlandsfjord and on the narrow Nærøyfjord, take a bus trip through beautiful wild landscapes, and ride the Flåm Railway. Your return ticket includes a sleeping compartment for the overnight train from Bergan to Oslo.

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What people are saying about Nærøyfjord

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 16 reviews

When we arrived at the ship dock, we had our bar code and pass ready. But they did not have us on their list. At first they refused to let us on. We spent 10 minutes talking and finally we could board. This bad communication was disturbing and started the trip in a poor way. The sites were beautiful and interesting. Half way through the ship lost one engine, it our return was delayed 50 minutes.

Not only was this a great experience to travel all the way up a fjiord, but this fjiord had a unique twist. Near the end of the trip up the fjiord there was a 400 meter stretch that was extremely narrow and shallow that was very different from the rest of the fjiord. We learned the very interesting history of that portion which was transformed over the past couple of hundred years.

The order of the tickets went flawlessly, although the time was not correct because the tour only started an hour later, which we were not informed about. Ultimately, however, this was not a problem. We had an impressive tour.

The audio information about the fjord and its waterfalls is well defined. The ship is clean and well maintained. Safe sailing along the way. Great job by the ship’s crews.

This cruise in the fjords is magnificent. The crew is attentive Price a bit high