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Blue-ice caves Photo: Bjørnar Bjørhusdal/ Fimbul Jostedal Blue-ice caves Photo: Fimbul Jostedal
Blue-ice caves Photo: Bjørnar Bjørhusdal/ Fimbul Jostedal
Blue-ice caves Photo: Fimbul Jostedal

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Would you like to experience a wonderland of ice and colours? Why not join a tour to an ice kingdom, where we explore large and small blu-ice caves in the Nigardsbreen glacier. The trip includes full board at the Jostedal Hotel.

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Blue-ice caves - Photo: Bjørnar Bjørhusdal/ Fimbul Jostedal

Blue-ice caves

Would you like to experience a wonderland of ice and colours? Why not join a tour to an ice kingdom, where we explore large and small blu-ice caves in...

Blue-ice caves

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