Enjoy a FREE Champagne Gift Box when you book by 8pm 25th July 2024 T&C's Apply

Cruises to Sognefjord


Divider Crest Logo

Top Sognefjord Cruises

BUCKET LIST CRUISE
2024 Classic Northern Lights Voyage

MS Kong Harald 25 Nov 2024 11 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Bergen

Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to £100*

Spot the Wildlife with the experts on board

Onboard lectures & presentations*

Flights & overseas transfers Included*

Itinerary: Bergen, Norway - Florø - Molde, Norway - Kristiansund - Rørvik, Norway - Cross the Arctic Circle Brønnøysund - Svolvær, Norway - Stokmarknes - Skjervøy, Norway - Øksfjord -...
View Itinerary

Inside from £1,299pp

View Cruise Deal
BUCKET LIST CRUISE
2024 Classic Northern Lights Voyage

MS Polarlys 12 Dec 2024 11 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Bergen

Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to £100*

Spot the Wildlife with the experts on board

Onboard lectures & presentations*

Flights & overseas transfers Included*

Itinerary: Bergen, Norway - Florø - Molde, Norway - Kristiansund - Rørvik, Norway - Cross the Arctic Circle Brønnøysund - Svolvær, Norway - Stokmarknes - Skjervøy, Norway - Øksfjord -...
View Itinerary

Inside from £1,349pp

View Cruise Deal
LOW DEPOSIT
Britannia's 2025 No-Fly Springtime in Norway

Britannia 02 May 2025 7 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

EXTRA On Board Spending Money for ALL Bookings*

Pound sterling on board*

Full board cruising*

No tips required on board*

Itinerary: Southampton - Haugesund - Olden, Norway - Skjolden - Lustrafjorden, Norway - Sognefjord - Stavanger, Norway - Southampton
View Itinerary

Inside from £719pp

View Cruise Deal

Divider Crest Logo

Divider Crest Logo

What to see in Sognefjord

Nestled in the embrace of Norway's stunning landscape, the Sognefjord offers not just breathtaking views but a plethora of experiences that cater to both the adventurer and the tranquillity seeker.

Just a stone's throw away from the main body of Sognefjord are two of its most scenic arms – Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord. UNESCO recognised and widely regarded as one of the world's most beautiful fjord landscapes, the Nærøyfjord is a narrower, dramatic cousin of the Sognefjord, with sheer cliffs rising directly from the water and snow-peaked mountains that seem to touch the sky. A boat ride here, weaving through the fjord’s narrowest parts, is an experience like no other, especially when the boat seems almost enveloped by the towering cliffs on either side. Meanwhile, Aurlandsfjord offers a slightly different charm. Visit the picturesque village of Flåm, from where you can embark on the Flåmsbana railway journey, regarded as one of the most beautiful train rides in the world. It takes you through stunning landscapes, passing waterfalls and panoramic mountain vistas.

To the north of Sognefjord lies Jostedalsbreen National Park, home to the largest glacier in mainland Europe – the Jostedalsbreen Glacier. This vast icy expanse, surrounded by rugged mountains, is a testament to nature's awe-inspiring power. Visitors have the opportunity to embark on guided glacier hikes. Equipped with crampons, ropes and ice axes, you'll traverse this otherworldly blue and white landscape, feeling the millennia-old ice crunch under your boots. These tours cater to various fitness levels, ensuring everyone has a chance to experience the glacier's wonders. Beyond the icy expanses, the national park also offers lush valleys and vibrant flora, providing a stark contrast and showcasing the diverse ecosystems of the region.

For those wanting a more intimate experience with the fjord, kayaking offers a serene and immersive way to explore Sognefjord's calm waters. Paddle alongside towering cliffs, feeling the vastness of the fjord and the tranquillity of its secluded corners. The water's clarity allows for glimpses of marine life below, while above, you might spot eagles soaring or hear the distant rumble of a hidden waterfall. After your kayaking adventure, travel back in time to the Gudvangen Viking Village in Nærøyfjord. This authentic recreation of a Viking settlement gives visitors a glimpse into the lives of the seafaring Norse people. Engage with 'Vikings' going about their daily routines, witness traditional crafts in the making and even partake in archery or axe-throwing. The village provides an enriching experience, grounding the majestic landscapes in a rich tapestry of history and culture.


Which cruise lines sail to Sognefjord?

Cruise Lines Cruises to Sognefjord
Cunard See all featured cruises >
Holland America Line See all featured cruises >
P&O Cruises See all featured cruises >

 

Divider Crest Logo