1. From Bergen city centre to Mostraumen

Join a fjord cruise from Bergen through spectacular fjord landscape! Narrow fjords, steep mountain sides, mighty waterfalls – a unique fjord experience ! Daily departures all year. Book your fjord cruise to Mostraumen from Bergen here

Mostraumen, not far from Bergen.|© Robin Strand

2. Fjord cruise from Stavanger to the Lysefjord and Preikestolen

On this fjord cruise from Stavanger, we sail silently with our brand new electric boat MS Rygerelektra into the beautiful Lysefjord and Preikestolen. Gaze up at majestic Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) from the sea. See the mysterious Vagabonds Cave. Be charmed by goats at summer pasture. Feel the refreshing spray from the impressive Hengjane waterfalls. Have an unforgettable adventure in any weather! Book your fjord cruise from Stavanger to the Lysefjord with Rødne

Admire the breathtaking Pulpit Rock from below and explore Fantahålå from the comfort of a modern and comfortable catamaran. As the wind blows through your hair, you will also have stunning views of small islands, waterfalls, traditional farms and local wildlife as you cruise along Lysefjord. The fjord is exceptionally straight and is lined with granite walls which you can appreciate from the deck or the large panoramic windows on board Go Fjords cruises. Book your fjord cruise on the Lysefjord with Go Fjords

Hengjanefossen waterfall in Lysefjorden.|© Sindre Kvam

3. From Stavanger to Flørli 4444

The cruise into Lysefjord is an adventure in itself. We sail through spectacular fjord scenery past impressive Preikestolen and on to the Hengjane Falls before arriving at Flørli at about 10:30 in the morning. Flørli is perhaps best known for its world-record wooden staircase, with 4,444 steps. You can climb the stairs on the way to the old power plant 750 meters above the village, with spectacular views during the trek. Book your fjord cruise to Flørli here

The steep stairs at Flørli. |© Rødne

4. From Ålesund to famous Geiranger

3 fjords in 3 hours! From Ålesund you travel through three different fjords and spectacular scenery before you arrive in Geiranger. You can either choose to stay in Geiranger, or take the boat back again, after a few hours in Geiranger where you can have lunch and go for a short sightseeing tour to the closest viewpoints Ørnesvingen (the Eagle bend) or Flydalsjuvet. Book your fjord cruise from Ålesund to Geiranger

Brudesløret waterfall in the Geirangerfjord.|© Øyvind Heen / visitnorway.com

5. The car ferry from Hellesylt to Geiranger

On your way to Geiranger you can enjoy the Geirangerfjord, see the famous Seven Sisters waterfall and the Bridal Veil (Brudesløret) waterfall and gaze up at the abandonded farms clinging on to the mountain sides. Book your fjord cruise from Hellesylt to Geiranger

6. Fjord tour Flåm - Gudvangen - Flåm

Experience the Nærøyfjord, the narrowest and most spectacular of the inlets of the Sognefjord, at the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Area. Available all-year! Start your fjord cruise from Flåm or Gudvangen. If you travel from Flåm, you will first sail through the idyllic Aurlandsfjord, which is also inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Then, the boat continues through the narrow Nærøyfjord before arriving Gudvangen, innermost in the Nærøyfjord. The trip takes around two hours one way. Book your fjord cruise Flåm - Gudvangen - Flåm

Nærøyfjorden - the most narrow fjord! |© Katrin Moe

7. The car ferry on the Lysefjord

Lysefjorden, close to Stavanger, is the home to famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), and on this car ferry you get to admire it from sea level as the ferry passes by. But Lysefjorden is the home to several other gems, like Lysebotn, with the 27 hairpin bends up to 600 m.a.s.l. and a spectacular view, and Kjerag – a challenging and jaw-dropping hike. The ferry departs from Flørli, Forsand, Lauvvik, Lysebotn or Songesand. Book your fjord cruise on the Lysefjord here

Spectacular Lyserfjorden.|© Majola

8. Hjørundfjorden from Ålesund

See unspoilt nature on this cruise from Ålesund to Øye, through the 35 km long Hjørundfjord! The Hjørundfjord is surrounded by the Sunnmøre Alps, with mountains streching up to 1700 m.a.s.l. Pass villages along the way, some without road connection. You can disembark at Trandal, where you can try the world's most instagrammable swing. Book your fjord cruise from Ålesund to the Hjørundfjord here.

Hjørundfjorden in autumn.|© Nordlandblog

9. Wonderful Rosendal from Bergen

The most beautiful and fastest way to travel from Bergen to Hardanger! A day trip to charming Rosendal - or the perfect starting point for the trip on to Trolltunga. In Rosendal you can visit the Barony, Scandinavia's smallest castle from 1665, visit the Folgefonnsenteret or just stroll in the center with narrow streets, cozy cafes and nice galleries. Book your fjord cruise from Bergen to Rosendal.

Rosendal and the surrounding area is beautiful. |© Bjarne Øymyr/Samarbeidsrådet for Sunnhordland

10. Cruise on the Lovatnet lake in Nordfjord

Technically not a fjord cruise (it's on a lake), there are few boat trips more beautiful than the trip on Lovatnet lake in the Lodalen Valley, encircled by high mountains and glacier tongues of Jostedalsbreen glacier. Book your cruise on the Lovatnet lake.

Lovatnet - like out of this world.|© Thomas Sagvik

11. Full day cruise from Haugesund

Go on an unforgettable trip to famous natural gems along the coast. The fjord cruise consists of a guided tour to destinations such as Flor & Fjære, Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri and Espevær. When you arrive at your destination, you will be given a tour by a local guide, followed by a delicious dinner.

Magical Flor & Fjære|© Flor og fjære