Hardangerfjord Day Trip from Bergen
From Ulvik, your tour continues by boat to Eidfjord where you will take a sightseeing trip to Vøringsfossen waterfall (Norway’s biggest waterfall) and stop by the Hardangervidda Natursenter (Nature Center) located at the foot of the falls (entry fee is your own expense).
A cruise on the stunning Hardangerfjord introduces you to natural and cultural gems of the region. If the Sognefjord is the king of the fjords of Western Norway, the Hardangerfjord is surely the queen.
The adventure continues by boat to Norheimsund, where a bus will be waiting to take you back to Bergen. You will pass the cascading Steinsdalsfossen waterfall on the way.
- Hardangerfjord cruise
- Coach tour
- Important information:
- Your tour itinerary will be issued and sent via VIATOR email, please don't forget to check it.
- This is self-guided tour
- Entrance fees to museums
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Was a little concerned when I booked this tour. Self guided tour? No worries! Representative came to our hotel the night before with all the required vouchers and a good explanation of what the trip involved. Had a wonderful, relaxed day from the railway station to the bus back to Bergen. Everything in between was icing on the cake. Highly recommend this tour for anyone. What a great way to see the Hardangerfjord and surrounding area!!
The information was easy to follow on this self guided tour. Unfortunately the Voringsfossen waterfall was shrouded in mist, but it was still a great day and we did see many waterfalls on other trips.
This was a wonderful adventure. We had come through part of the fjord on the cruise ship in the fog and rain so this day we had glorious sun for most of the day. The instructions were detailed and perfect allowing us to navigate on our own the various transfers train to bus to boat etc. without any difficulty. The operators of the train, busses and boats were very helpful with any questions and spoke all English. The scenery cannot be beaten. If you are thinking of doing this and hesitate for fear you will not be able to navigate on your own, just do it and you will not be disappointed.