Plan and book your experience in Norway with our large selection of activities and trips based on environmentally friendly transport.
We offer tours and activities all over Norway - Let Fjord Tours be your one-stop-shop for all your needs when visiting our country.
Popular winter adventures
Lysefjorden & Preikestolen Fjordcruise
Feast your eyes on the majestic Pulpit Rock soaring into the sky above incredible Lysefjord as you travel in silence on a fully-electric fjord cruise! The Pulpit Rock is ranked as one of Norway's foremost nature-based destinations and on this trip, you will experience the mighty plateau from the beautiful Lysefjord.
Strandkaien - Stavanger
3 hours or more
Suitable for all
Fjord cruise Bergen - Mostraumen
Experience fjords, mountains, and stunning waterfalls by taking a fjord cruise to Mostraumen from Bergen. This fjord cruise adventure is suitable for all and runs all year round.
3 hours or more
Suitable for all
Popular summer tours in Norway
Guided hiking trip to Kiellandbu from Voss
Join in on a hiking trip to Kiellandbu, a place of mountain magic! Picture yourself wandering through misty mountain valleys, along a crystal clear river, and over wooden bridges. In the distance, a raven sends its gloomy call across the mountains while you marvel at the spectacular views on offer all along the route.
Activities in Norway
To help you make the most of your time in Norway, we’ve hand-picked a selection of exciting activities - some natural, some cultural and all a lot of fun.
The Norwegian Fjords
Read more about the Norwegian fjords and find your perfect fjord to visit!
If the Sognefjord is the King of the fjords of Western Norway, the Hardangerfjord is the Queen.
Surrounded by towering mountains up to 1,700 metres high, this arm of the Sognefjord is amazingly beautiful.
Norway’s longest fjord, the Sognefjord, is located in the heart of Norwegian fjord country and extends more than 200 km (120 miles) inland.
The Geirangerfjord is one of Norway's most visited tourist sites and has been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, along with the Nærøyfjord, since 2005.
The Lysefjord is the southernmost of the biggest fjords in Norway. The 40-kilometre-long fjord is flanked by steep mountains, some more than 1,000 meters.
Together with the Nærøyfjord, the Aurlandsfjord is one of the most picturesque fjords in the world.
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Norway is one of the most beautiful and varied countries you will ever visit. With the midnight sun and Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) in the North, striking blue seas in the South, viking ships in the cultural capital Oslo to the East and world famous turquoise fjords and snow-capped mountains in the West.
Even though the small village of Flåm is fairly remote and hidden away in the stunning Aurlandsfjorden in rural Norway, it’s a thriving tourist destination that’s a real dream to a lot of travellers from both near and far. Part of the appeal of this idyllic Norwegian mountain village is the world-famous Flåm Railway, which has been dubbed the most beautiful train journey in the world.
There is no doubt that the landscape and scenery found in Norway is one of a kind. It might be one of the reasons that the country consistently ranks highly on the UN’s World Happiness Report. Norwegians are known for being an active population that embraces the great outdoors and all it has to offer.
Glamping is when you combine the best of camping with the best of a luxurious hotel experience, where you enjoy “friluftsliv” (the outdoors) with comfort. When you "glamp", there are no tent poles to be fitted, no sleeping bags to roll out, and it should not be far to the nearest toilet.
For many visitors, the fjords of Norway are some of the most spectacular in the world and the main attraction when it comes to exploring this beautiful country. But what’s so special about the fjords of Norway and how are they formed exactly?
In today’s tourism climate people are eager to experience a unique destination while ensuring that the environmental impact stays as low as possible. As a society, we are slowly becoming more environmentally aware, striving to become as eco-friendly and sustainable as possible.