The first part of the tour gives you a good idea of how the locals live in this area, as you will most likely meet quite a few Norwegians spending a summer day on their pleasure boats.
You then cruise into the beautiful, 42 kilometres long Lysefjord, a pearl in Norwegian nature. The glaciers formed the fjord landscape during a series of ice ages. Mountains soar up to 1,000 metres above sea level on both sides of the fjord and in some places it ranges as deep in the fjord as it is high above sea level.
The fjord is also home to one of Norway's most spectacular wonders, Preikestolen, the Pulpit Rock. The rock formation is just over 597 metres above sea level and you will cruise directly under it.
For more information about incentive activities in Norway, please complete the Request for proposal form on the right hand side.
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