PICTURE DEEP BLUE inlets knifing into snow-roofed mountains. Green countryside dotted with peaceful towns and villages. Now put yourself in the picture. You’re in fjord country, a breathtaking vertical expanse of fjord, mountain, and sky—and you can almost feel yourself soaring like the eagles overhead or patrolling the deep waters like the whales.
The stunning landscapes of Fjord Norway were created by a succession of ice ages, and since then the landscape has stayed pretty much the same. Fjord arms and their lacy waterfalls are accessible virtually everywhere you go. UNESCO has included the Norwegian fjord landscape, exemplified by places like Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord, on its prestigious World Heritage List.
Fjord Norway is perfect for the adventurous traveler in search of great outdoor experiences, local culture, and fine food. There are any number of opportunities for hiking, kayaking, glacier walks, and many other activities. Ready to fall in love with the natural world? Head to Fjord Norway.