Norwegian Fjords

The Norwegian Fjords are nature’s gift to the world. Mountaintops sprinkled with icing sugar-like snow clamour against the skies, as the clearest of emerald waters ripple - but if you think that once you’ve seen one Fjord you’ve seen them all, then think again. Chiselled good looks might be what unites them, but each picture-perfect waterway is as distinct as you like.

Where are the Norwegian Fjords?

The Norwegian Fjords are primarily located along the western coast of Norway. They are long, narrow inlets with steep sides or cliffs, which were created by glaciers. Many of the fjords are situated in the south, not far from the city of Bergen.

Nature at its finest

Unique charm and the most beautiful landscapes

A cruise through the Norwegian Fjords perfectly lays out a smorgasbord of delights guaranteed to quell your cravings for serenity, thrills and everything in between. While pronouncing the names of these places may not exactly roll off our tongues, their enduring allure is much more pronounced … and there’s a very real risk you might not want to leave.

Where should I visit in the Norwegian Fjords?



Where better to start a foray through the Fjords than with the longest? Sognefjord is the ruler of them all; known as the King of the Fjords, it extends more than 120 miles inland and plummets 1,308 metres deep, but its girth is just as impressive. Sognefjord is one of the widest fjords Norway has to offer, so its status as a mecca for cruises should hardly come as a surprise.

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