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Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED)

Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED) Photo: Norled Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED) Photo: Foto: Tide Sjø AS/Anne-May Waage Read more: Geiter Read more: Sel Read more: Preikestolen Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED) Photo: NORLED
Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED) Photo: Norled
Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED) Photo: Foto: Tide Sjø AS/Anne-May Waage
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The Lysefjord is one of Norway's most breathtaking fjords. The 42 km long fjord is filled with memorable experiences such as the Pulpit Rock, Fantahålå, Kjerag, old mountain farms, waterfalls, goats, seals, idyllic islands and majestic scenery.

Experience a 2,5 hour cruise on the magnificent Lysefjord with the Pulpit Rock and return to Stavanger. Full sightseeing program, guiding in several languages. On board one of our modern catamarans you will find panoramic windows and large sundecks. Facilities such as a kiosk, toilets and comfortable seats.

Season: Daily from 01.06. - 31.08 + Saturdays in September. Duration 2,5 hrs.

Tickets for sale in the harbour, tourist information or on the Internet.

For more information and prebooking, please visit www.norled.no.

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Where:Skagenkaien
6/1/2015 - 8/31/2015
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu and Sun
12:15 PM
6/5/2015 - 9/27/2015
Sat
11:00 AM
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The Lysefjord is one of Norway's most breathtaking fjords. The 42 km long fjord is filled with memorable experiences such as the Pulpit Rock, Fanta...

Lysefjorden - Pulpit Rock Cruise (NORLED)

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