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Cruises from Hardangerfjord & all Hardangerfjord cruises for  2020-2021

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Hardangerfjord in the 2020-2022 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Europe - Baltic & North Atlantic Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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The Hardangerfjord is the fourth longest fjord in the world and the second longest in Norway, located in the Hardanger region. It starts at the Atlantic Ocean just south of Bergen and penetrates 179 km in a north easterly direction until it meets the grand mountain plateau of Hardangervidda. The longest branch of the Hardangerfjord is Sørfjorden which cuts south about 50 kilometres from the main fjord, leading to the town of Odda. The fjord is home to spectacular glaciers and waterfalls, that have attracted tourists (‘Thomas Cook & Son’ tours from London since 1875) and large industries using hydro electric power

With a history pre-dating the Vikings, this fertile area is today the fruit orchard of Norway (apples, sweet cherries, pears and plums flowering in May) and one of the largest fish farming regions (salmon and rainbow trout) in the world. The mountain areas of the region are good locations for skiing, winter sports, trekking and climbing. Some of the most iconic photographs of Norway are breath-taking shots of adventurers standing on cantilevered rocks 800m above the water below.

There are many museums and visitor centres in Hardanger. The most visited is the Hardangervidda Nature Centre in Eidfjord, with thematic exhibits covering 3 floors. Coach tours reach the 182m Vøringsfossen waterfall, the best-known in Norway. At the Agatunet farm estate you can get an insight into how people have lived in Hardanger through the ages. Isklar (‘ice clear’) brand of still and sparkling natural mineral water is based in the Hardanger region, sourced from the Folgefonna glacier.

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