Hidden Treasures of the Hjørundfjord

Take a fantastic boat ride to Viddal, visit a farm from the 16th century, and enjoy a scenic bus drive.

  • Trip in a small boat (RIB) on the Hjørundfjord
  • Visit to one of the oldest farms in the region
  • Lunch with local ingredients
  • Drive through Norangsdalen valley
  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: For everyone*

  • Duration

    4h40

  • Max. passengers

    88

  • Booking Code

    E-SAE3

  • From

    $ 265

We start with a boat ride across the fjord to the small village of Viddal, where the bus is waiting for the group. After a short drive, we arrive at Bjørke, situated at the inner end of the Hjørundfjord. Here we find Bakketunet, a very special farm with a complete set of authentic farm buildings dating back to 1549. This is extremely rare in Norway. There will be a guided tour, art exhibitions, and culinary surprises.

Bjørke is also surrounded by breathtaking nature, unspoiled by mass tourism. This is a truly unique and genuine destination! After lunch, we continue to the wild and narrow Norangsdalen valley, where we will make several stops for photos. Among other things, we will take a look at old summer farms (shielings). At Øye, we reach the other branch of the Hjørundfjord, the Noangsfjord, and drive out to Lekneset to catch the ferry back to Sæbø.

Practical information:

  • Language: English, German, and Norwegian

  • Included: Boat, bus, museum, art exhibition, guide, lunch, ferry

  • Walking information: Walking around the farm buildings, easy walking

  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes.