Norway’s diverse scenery’s on full display during this tour. From the port in Flam, you’ll hop on a coach and travel to Filefjell, a part of the country known for its often snow-capped mountains. On the way, you’ll pass by a collection of signature Norwegian sights. You’ll drive along the fjords near Aurland, through the world’s longest road tunnel, and down the Laerdal Valley. Your first photo stop’s at the Sjurhaug Waterfall. Here, you’ll get a chance to see fishermen on the boardwalks on the lookout for salmon – the fish often attempt to jump up the rapids to lay their eggs. After a three-course meal in one of the nearby restaurants, you’ll then head to Borgund Stave Church, a Medieval building that’s been turned into a museum. The whole thing looks like it’s made of charcoal, and if you look closely, you’ll see the roof tiles are like dragon scales. From here, you’ll start the journey back to the port, stopping off in Laerdalsoyri, a fjordside village where you can shop for souvenirs like jewellery made from pebbles and Viking ornaments.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.