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The day in Blue

The day in Blue Photo: Folgefonni Breførarlag The day in Blue Photo: Folgefonni Breførarlag The day in Blue Photo: Rosendal turisthotell
The day in Blue Photo: Folgefonni Breførarlag
The day in Blue Photo: Folgefonni Breførarlag
The day in Blue Photo: Rosendal turisthotell

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From Folgefonna glacier you can see the Hardangerfjord below you, and far west you can get a glimpse of the North Sea.

This package combines guided glacier walking, fjord sightseeing with “Pilagutt” and charming accommodation at Rosendal Turisthotell.

Included:
-          Guided glacier walk
-          Boat sightseeing/transfer Rosendal-Jondal
-          Accomodation and meals at Rosendal Turisthotell

Contact Folgefonni Breførarlag  for for more information or booking

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The day in Blue

From Folgefonna glacier you can see the Hardangerfjord below you, and far west you can get a glimpse of the North Sea. This package combines guided...

The day in Blue

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