Go Fjords is a Norwegian tour operator offering tours in all of Norway, including beautiful tours in and around the famous fjords in the Fjord Norway region.

They know Fjord Norway like their own back pocket, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact them on Facebook Messenger at Go Fjords. You may also send them an email at info@gofjords.com.

Get inspired by a sample of their trips described below:

Sognefjord Cruise & Vik Sightseeing

Magical waterfalls, award-winning cheese, fresh fish soup, a historical stave church, and a beautiful fjord cruise. These are some of the ingredients in this day trip, which combines some of the best Fjord Norway has to offer. Both cameras and mobile phones will be busy capturing the wealth of photo opportunities that constantly present themselves. The round trip starts and ends in Bergen city centre.

Preikestolen Express Bus

Preikestolen is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Norway. The view of the 604 metres high frock plateau towering over the Lysefjord is truly magnificent. The trek to the summit is unguided, but the trail is clearly marked.

However, before you start your hike you need an easy way to get there. Go Fjords' Preikestolen Express Bus runs between Stavanger city centre and Preikestolen Base Camp, where the hike starts. In just 1 hour the express bus will get you to and/or from the hiking area.

Preikestolen and the Lysefjord|© GoFjords

Hardangerfjord Cruise and Vøringsfossen Waterfall

Enjoy a day trip on the Hardangerfjord. No trip to Fjord Norway is complete without seeing the fjord known as the Queen of the fjords. From an open deck catamaran, you can admire the natural beauty of Hardanger. Small villages, fruit farms, snow clad mountain tops and powerful waterfalls are among the features making this area so beautiful.

On this tour you will pay a visit to Vøringsfossen waterfall, which is one of the most popular waterfalls in all of Norway. You will also get time to explore the Norwegian Nature Centre, a state-of-the-art experience centre located right outside Eidfjord.

Vøringsfossen waterfall|© Jarle Wæhler/Statens vegvesen