The Norwegian fjords are surely some of finest, unspoiled locations in the world. The Lysefjord and the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) may be the most impressive of them all. This idyllic tour is perfect for the traveller wanting to experience nature like only Norway offers.
Accompanied by your trusty guide, you'll experience the mysterious Vagabond's Cave, plus the majestic Pulpit Rock aboard a comfortable boat with a sundeck and kiosk. The Pulpit Rock is a natural rock formation consisting of a steep cliff, rising 1981 feet above Lysefjorden, opposite the Kjerag plateau, with an almost flat top of approximately 80 feet metres. Also on this exhilarating tour of memorable Lysefjord with its towering waterfalls, idyllic islands, and breathtaking scenery, you'll visit goats at summer pasture and taste clear mountain water from the Hengjane falls.
Book this epic Stavanger tour for a truly rewarding visit to one of Norway's most famous attractions!
Reviewer: J Bui
Spectacular. Not to be missed.
Reviewer: William Morgan
Though the boarding line for the boat exceeded the capacity, the company had another boat for us within a few minutes and we lost no time. The captain made a special effort to ensure we saw all the spectacular sights and the commentary was clear and helpful.
Excellent excursion. First time using this company but would definitely return. Well organized and good commentary during boat excursion. Comfortable boat that took us through fjords and even got to see Pulpit Rock which was an unexpected surprise. Beautiful scenery. Well worth the money. Highly recommend tour and tour company
Reviewer: Richard Dechant
Easy walk from cruise ship to the pickup point. Get in line early if you want a seat up top. A very enjoyable day. There was a long line as several ships were in town for the day.
Reviewer: Howard Rollin
Our tour through the fjord at Stavanger was very good. The scenery was magnificent, and the guide provided good information. We saw many beautiful waterfalls. Unfortunately, it was rainy and overcast during the tour, and we were unable to see Pulpit Rock. We would recommend this tour.