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Travel slowly. Take your time.
The time to cycle along the fjord, hike through wild valleys, and explore the local culture.
Stop often. Enjoy the view.
But don’t take our word for it. Go on a fjord safari in a RIB or with a silent electric boat.
Unless you want to rent a kayak and explore on your own?
If you need something to read, the book town Fjærland has you covered.
Wherever you end up staying, just make sure you get a good night’s sleep – you need your strength to get that bird’s-eye perspective of the landscape.
Maybe from the top of the stairs in Høyanger?
Have you noticed that the water in the innermost part of the fjords often look emerald green?
The alluring colour comes from the melting water from glaciers and snow.
After all this exercise, the treasures of the sea will taste gooood!
Flåm is also the final destination on the scenic bike route Rallarvegen – and for a 1,381-metre-long zip line!
In the autumn and winter, the Sognefjord shows itself from a very different – and maybe even more beautiful – side.
Go on a pre-packed tour in the spirit of the Vikings.
Longing for the fjords?
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