Norwegian Fjords Western Norway is famous for easily accessible fjords and mountains.
The area offers activities such as hiking, glacier walking, fishing and cycling.
Norway has one of the longest coastlines in the world, but almost certainly the most interesting. Its eastern coast is riddled with hundreds of jagged inlets, jutting right into the inland of the country. The formations within them as well as the views from them are among the most mesmerizing around.
Geirangerfjord (Geiranger) is known as the jewel of the Norwegian fjords. With its characteristic S-shape, high waterfalls and abandoned mountain farms, the area is so beautiful it is included on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. On your day in Geiranger you will find unspoilt and beautiful nature and cultural highlights aplenty.
Bergen, “the gateway to the fjords,” is well-loved destination on a Baltic cruise. Bergen is a scenic medieval city surrounded by mountains and the old quayside, Bryggen , is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
Fjord are made for nature lovers. In addition to the fjords, you will also get very close to the flora and fauna of Norway. Norway boasts colourful and rare birds such as the Puffin, White-winged Redstart, Arctic Loon and Waldrapp amongst others. You may even get to see whales, porpoises or seals on your travels. Perhaps best of all are the people of Norway, who are always warm and friendly to visitors of their incredible country.