GUIDED DAY TOUR

TO BØYA GLACIER

 

FJÆRLAND FJORD CRUISE

AND BØYA GLACIER

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ROUND TOUR FROM BERGEN

Duration - 13 hours

Guided Round Tour

Language: English

Meeting point: Tourist Information 7.30 am

Avaiable June - September

NOK 4900

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WHATS INCLUDED

Local guide - English speaking

Guided  bus tour Bergen - Vik - Bergen

Fjærland Fjord Cruise, Vik - Fjærland - Vik

Glacier Bus, Fjærland - Glacier Museum - Bøya Glacier - Fjærland

Entrance Glacier Museum

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HIGHLIGHTS

Storesvingen Viewpoint

Hopperstad Stave Church - 1130 AD

Fjærland Fjord Cruise

Norwegian Glacier Museum

Bøya Glacier

Tvinde Waterfall

On this amazing tour,  attractions are coming as beads on a string. So keep Your camera ready.

 

The tour starts by minibus at the Tourist Information in Bergen, and towards Vik we will take you across the Vikafjell Mountain passage. On these hights there may be snow close to the road, even in summertime.

On the decent from  “Vikafjell” mountain to Vik, the bus will stop at the viewpoint “Storesvingen”. The viewpoint offer magnicifent view of Vik Village and Sognefjord.

The village of Vik has a Rich Cultural Heritage. The main attraction in Vik is the Hopperstad Stave Church  The Church is one of the oldest in Norway, dating back to 1130. There will be a 30 min. stop to visit the Church.

From Vik the tour continue by boat to Fjærland.

On the Fjord Cruise to Fjærland you may enjoy a good dinner, snacks and beverage on the
spectacular Fjærlandsfjord. On arrival Fjærland, the tour goes by bus to the Norwegian Glacier Museum.

 

The Norwegian Glacier Museum is an interactive museum for the whole family. Here you get knowledge about glaciers and climate in new innovative ways.

From the Norwegian Glacier Museum the tour continues up to Bøyabreen glacier – a branch of Jostedal glacier, Europe's largest glacier, that falls dramatically down the mountainside into a smaller glacier lake. You will see dramatically blue ice and shards of ice that have fallen to the bottom. There are some paths around the glacier lake, but most of the area is marked off because of the obvious danger for falling ice.

The bus returns to Fjærland quay, and the tour go back to Vik.

From Vik the tour continues to the Tvindefossen waterfall. The waterfall is 110 meter high and is very popular tourist attraction. The tour ends in Bergen at the Tourist Information - Fish Market 8.40 pm

 

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