Our fjords

The narrow and spectacular Nærøyfjord and Aurlandfjord is surrounded by steep mountains with snow covered tops that stretch up to 1800 meters above sea level. Water falls cascade down the mountains and picturesque villages dot the landscape. This is an area that is featured on the UNESCO world heritage list and is considered one of the world’s most beautiful fjord landscapes. The round-trip is between Flåm and Gudvangen and has multiple departures per day.

Geirangerfjord is known as the real jewel of the Norwegian fjords. With its characteristic S-shape, high waterfalls and abandoned mountain farms, the fjord landscape is included on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. Here you find unspoilt and beautiful nature and cultural experiences the whole year round!

The Lysefjord is one of the wildest and most beatutiful fjords in Norway, with mountains that reach up to over 1000 meters above sea level. The most famous attractions are the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) and Kjerag, visited by thousands every year. On this cruise along the whole Lysefjord, you will encounter the icons as well as caves, islands, mountainfarms, the longest wooden staircase in the world, wildlife like seals, goats and large birds.
The ferry on Lysefjord have capacity for both cars and busses. The capacity is limited, we recommend to prebook your tickets.

Discover the majestic Sunnmøre Alps from the magnificent, 35-km long Hjørundfjord in Møre & Romsdal between Ålesund and Øye. You will travel through unspoilt nature in a dramatic, rugged, varied and historically rich fjord landscape. Fjord Cruise Hjørundfjord is an excellent hub from which to explore the region; whether you are travelling to or from Geiranger, exploring the beautiful Jugend style city of Ålesund or checking in for a few days at the historic and legendary Øye Hotel Union. For example, in the Øye area you can explore the ruins of underwater farms in Norangsdalen in the summer or spend lazy days by the fjord with a fishing rod.