Day 1: LARVIK/VRÅDAL
Individual arrival in Larvik and onward journey to Vrådal. Vrådal is located in the heart of the Telemark region, surrounded by striking fjells, green forests and crystal-clear lakes. We recommend a boat excursion with the veteran boat M/S Fram on the inland lakes Nisser and Vråvatn. The Vrådal Lock Museum is also a must see.
Day 2: VRÅDAL/LOFTHUS
The route continues through the golden Haukelifjell and along the Sørfjord, a branch of the Hardangerfjord. Have a rest at the twin waterfall Låtefossen, which was already a popular travel destination in the 19th century. The journey then continues through the beautiful Hardanger, also known as Norway’s “Orchard because fruit can be grown here due to the mild climate. A trip to the Hardangervidda National Park is also well worthwhile.
Day 3: LOFTHUS/SOGNDAL
Today the journey continues to Gudvangen on the Nærøyfjord. On the way you can take a detour to the fascinating Hardangervidda Nature Center. An unforgettable cruise takes you from Gudvangen on the majestic Sognefjord to Kaupanger. Kaupanger is best known for its church – one of the oldest in Norway.
Day 4: SOGNDAL/GEIRANGER
From the Sognefjord via Skei and Olden we continue to the Geirangerfjord – one of the most visited fjords in Norway and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a ferry crossing from Hellesylt to Geiranger, past spectacular waterfalls such as “The Seven Sisters and “Bridal Veil”.
Day 5: GEIRANGER/ BEITOSTØLEN
Today’s stretch leads over the famous Eagle Road and past Norway’s highest mountains, such as the Galdhøjpiggen, in the high-lying Jotunheimen National Park, and further into the hiking area Beitostølen. On the way you should definitely make a detour to the breathtaking viewpoint, Dalsnibba.
Day 6: BEITOSTØLEN/HØNEFOSS
Drive to Hønefoss, not far from Oslo. A visit to the Hadeland Glassworks in Jevnaker with its exciting exhibitions and cozy shops is highly recommended.
Day 7: Return Journey
Individual journey home from Oslo, Larvik or Langesund.