If you want to get up close and personal with the still and deep Norwegian fjords or the wild coastline, kayaking is the best option
In Fjord Norway, the western part is highly regarded as Europe’s best areas for sea kayaking.
The narrow fjords, majestic mountains and a variety of islands provide a very special setting. Here you can find your very own beach, stay in a traditional rorbu (fishermen’s cottage) and experience the local culinary traditions as part of your paddling tour. You may even visit one of the lighthouses far west on the coastline.
Similarly, you can pull your kayak up to shore along the mountainous archipelago of the coast and go climbing and mountaineering before heading back out on the clear blue sea.
In Fjord Norway, you can experience the culture through food, art and people. Here you will meet the authentic Norwegian people and see how they live their lives on the mainland and on different small islands.