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Tourist Carferry cruise

Tourist Carferry cruise Photo: Norled
Tourist Carferry cruise Photo: Norled

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Enjoy a sightseeing cruise with the Tourist Carferry, through the idyllic islands of Ryfylke to the Lysefjord and the famous Pulpit Rock and Kjerag. The Lysefjord is 42 km long and full of amazing sights. The wildlife, steep mountains and many waterfalls will for sure give you a lot of stories to tell your friends. There is a guide onboard and a kiosk where you can purchase food, beverage and souvenirs. This is a fjordcruise filled with great photo opportunities.

From Lauvik:      09:00 
Forsand:            09.10  
To Lysebotn:      11:30 


From Lysbotn:   12:00 
Forsand:           14:20 
To Lauvik:         14:30


For more information about tickets and price go to Norled

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Where:Lysefjorden
6/6/2014 - 8/31/2014
Mon - Sun
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Tourist Carferry cruise - Photo: Norled

Tourist Carferry cruise

Enjoy a sightseeing cruise with the Tourist Carferry, through the idyllic islands of Ryfylke to the Lysefjord and the famous Pulpit Rock and Kjerag....

Tourist Carferry cruise

Source: Visitnorway

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