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Private day tour to Oslo - incl Premium Nærøyfjord Cruise and Flåm Railway

After pick-up in Bergen we start the journey to Gudvangen and in the summer months we drive through Stalheimskleiva, the 1,5 km long road section that winds down Nærøydalen from Stalheim. Well ahead in Gudvangen we board the electric ship "Future of the fjords" to Flåm. The Nærøyfjord is surrounded by high mountains and is a beautiful sight both in summer and winter.
In Flåm, the trip continues with the Flåm Railway which is one of the world's steepest railway on normal tracks. The 20 km long train journey takes one hour. At Myrdal station, the train changes to the Bergen Railway and the trip continues through Hardangervidda National Park to Oslo. The tour includes a private car, local English speaking guide, fjord cruise, train journeys on Flåm Railway, Bergen Railway and ends at Oslo Central Station.

per adult from

$1,247

AUD

Duration

14 hours

Pickup

Hotel pickup available

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  • What's included :
    • Pick up from your hotel
    • Private car, Bergen - Gudvangen
    • Premium Fjord Cruise, Flåm - Gudvangen (Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord)
    • Private car, Flåm - Stegastein - Flåm (summer months)
    • Flåm Railway, Flåm - Myrdal
    • Bergen Railway, Myrdal - Oslo S
    • Local English speaking driver/guide
    • Entry/Admission - Tvindefossen
    • Entry/Admission - Stalheimskleiva
    • Entry/Admission - Naeroyfjord
    • Entry/Admission - Flåmsbana
    • Entry/Admission - Hallingskarvet National Park
    • Entry/Admission - The Bergen Railway
    What's excluded :
    • This is a typical itinerary for this product

      Stop At: Vossevangen, Vossevangen, Voss Municipality, Hordaland, Western Norway

      Voss is a municipality in Vestland county, and the administrative center is the village of Vossevangen. Voss is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, forests, lakes and fast-flowing whitewater rivers. This has led to its development as a notable center of skiing, watersport, skydiving, paragliding and other adventure sports. Every year in the last week of June the area hosts the Ekstremsportveko (Extreme Sports Week), which is regarded as the world's premier extreme sport festival. Bømoen, the local airstrip, is home to Skydive Voss, one of the largest dropzones in Norway, as well as a gliding club. The rivers provide various levels of white water, attracting kayaking, rafting and river boarding. Kite surfing and para-bungee may be seen on lake Vangsvatnet. The ski area, to the north of the town, is accessible via a cable car, Voss Gondol.

      Duration: 15 minutes

      Stop At: Tvindefossen, It is 12 km from Voss on E16, the road to Flam, Vossestrand 5700 Norway

      Tvindefossen is a waterfall near Voss on the road to Flåm. The many-stranded 110 meters high waterfall is formed by a small stream, the Kroelvi, tumbling over a receding cliff. It is famous for its beauty and many stop here to admire it. In the late 1990s the water at Tvindefossen acquired a reputation for rejuvenation and revival of sexual potency that made it one of the most important natural tourist attractions in western Norway, with as many as 200,000 people a year from the U.S., Japan and Russia visiting and filling containers with the water. At one point it was Norway's ninth most visited natural attraction, with 272,000 visitors.

      Duration: 20 minutes

      Stop At: Stalheimskleiva, Stalheimsklevia, Stalheim Norway

      The small village of Stalheim lies along the highway in the northeastern part of the Voss municipality. The village sits at a high point in the inner part of the Nærøydal valley which leads northeastwards towards the Nærøyfjorden. The highway runs through a series of tunnels to descend into the valley, but in the summer months we drive the old road Stalheimskleivi that was built in 1850 and can still be used with its hairpin turns and 20% grade. The Stalheimsfossen waterfall is the most notable sight in the area and the view from Stalheim hotel is well-known from several paintings.

      Duration: 20 minutes

      Stop At: Naeroyfjord, Norway

      The Nærøyfjord is a narrow fjord in the municipality of Aurland in Vestland county and is a branch of the large Sognefjord. The 18-kilometre (11 mi) long fjord is only 250metres (800 ft) wide in some parts. The river Nærøydalselvi flows down the valley Nærøydalen into the fjord at the village of Gudvangen. Since 2005, the Nærøyfjord has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and it has also been rated by National Graphic Society as the world's number one natural heritage site.

      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Aurlandsfjord, Norway

      Aurlandsfjord is a fjord in Vestland county. The fjord flows through the municipalities of Aurland, Vik and Lærdal. The 29-kilometre (18 mi) long fjord is a branch off of the main Sognefjorden, Norway's longest fjord. The fjord is deep and narrow, reaching a depth of about 962 metres (3,156 ft) and its width is generally less than 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) wide. About 11 kilometers (6.8 mi) south of the mouth of the fjord, the Nærøyfjord branches off from it to the west. The village of Flåm sits at the innermost part of the Aurlandsfjord; other villages along the fjord are Aurlandsvangen and Undredal. Most of the fjord is surrounded by up to 1,800-metre (5,900 ft) tall, steep mountains with little habitation along the fjord except for in a few small valleys.

      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Flåmsbana, A-Feltvegen 11, 5743 Flåm, Norway

      Flåm Railway is a 20.2-kilometer (12.6 mi) long railway line between Flåm and Myrdal. A branch line of the Bergen Line, it runs through the valley of Flåmsdalen and connects the mainline with Sognefjorden. The line's elevation difference is 866 meters (2,841 ft); it has ten stations, twenty tunnels and one bridge. The maximum gradient is 5.5 percent (1:18). Because of its steep gradient and picturesque nature, the Flåm Line is now almost exclusively a tourist service and has become the third-most visited tourist attraction in Norway. Construction of the line started in 1924, with the line opening in 1940. It allowed the district of Sogn access to Bergen and Oslo via the Bergen Line. Electric traction was taken into use in 1944.

      Duration: 1 hour

      Stop At: Hallingskarvet National Park, Vesleslaattvegen 13, Geilo 3580 Norway

      The mountain massif Hallingskarvet rises from the surrounding moorland, with steep cliffs towards the north and south and Folarskardnuten towering on top at 1,933 metres above sea level. Between the barren high mountain plateau and the fertile area around lies the characteristic steep cliff edge, which has given it the name Hallingskarvet. Skarv means bare mountain or rock. Hallingskarvet National Park was established in 2006 and is 450 km2. - The highest point is Folarskardnuten at 1933 m. - The plateau itself is approx. 35 km long and varies in width from 1-5 km.



      Duration: 1 minute

      Stop At: The Bergen Railway, Oslo Central Train Station, Oslo Norway

      The Bergen Railway is a 371-kilometre (231 mi) long scenic standard gauge railway line between Bergen and Hønefoss. The name is often applied for the entire route from Bergen to Oslo where the passenger trains go, a distance of 496 kilometres (308 mi). It is the highest mainline railway line in Northern Europe, crossing the Hardangervidda plateau at 1,237 metres (4,058 ft) above sea level. The railway opened from Bergen to Voss in 1883 as the narrow Voss gauge line. In 1909 the route was continued over the mountain to Oslo and the whole route converted to standard gauge and the Voss Line became part of the Bergen Line. The line is single track and was electrified in 1954-64. The Bergen Line is owned and maintained by Bane NOR and served with passenger trains by Norwegian State Railway (NSB) and freight trains by CargoNet. The Flåm Railway remains as the only branch line, after the closure of the Hardanger Line.

      Duration: 4 hours

    • Departure Point :
      Traveler pickup is offered
      Pick up from your hotel 8.00 am.
      Departure Time :
      8:00 AM
      Return Detail :
      -
      Hotel Pickup :
      • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
      • Not wheelchair accessible
      • Stroller accessible
      • Service animals allowed
      • Near public transportation
      • Most travelers can participate
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
      • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
      • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
      • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
      • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
      • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
      • Guides required to regularly wash hands
    • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

    Language

    English

    Age Req.

    -

    Fitness Req.

    None

    Group Size

    8

    Organised by Guided Fjord Tours

    Activity ID: V-207913P9

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