There's a British guy named Simon who owns a farm. He does llama walks. There is a grey little hut outside of the tourist info centre where you can buy tickets for the walk. I paid with my Mastercard but you could also pay in NOR, $, € and £. The tour was about 90 mins. We got to visit his farm and walk our llamas down by the river. It was a great experience. People young and old loved it.
So many people missed out on this gorgeous port just sitting around near the ship or just in town! We walked so much today... and loved the gorgeous HUGE waterfalls! Go walk around!
The OH12 - Sognefjell Mountain & Scenic Jotunheim with refreshments excursion was great and had some amazing scenic stops and a very knowledgable guide.
Visited: May 20, 2018
Not much to do here but wander around ... I visited the Llamas which was fun!!
Visited: May 20, 2018
Tiny port of call but I did a GREAT bike & hike excursion here
Visited: Jul 14, 2017
Absolutely stunning! Every port was beautiful but this was my favourite 💕 we walked miles and took in the breathtaking surroundings. Just remember the weather can be rainy so take an umbrella as they are expensive!
Visited here last year and it is a beautiful place. We met up with Simon the Llama farmer for his Llama walking excursion and I can thoroughly recommend it!
Just did our own thing but beautiful scenery
Visited: Aug 31, 2018
We took HAL’s “Urnes Stave Church and Scenic Drive” excursion. This was a beautiful church with lots of history and the local tour guide was very knowledgeable and had a quirky sense of humor. A beautiful interior, especially for something so old. The construction of the building was magnificent. The scenery on the bus trip was great and the excursion tour guide made it fun by pointing out things like her old elementary school and other buildings from her past as she had grown up in that area. The tour description had suggested bringing a hat and gloves as the ferry ride portion of this tour could get very chilly. We were very lucky to have a beautiful sunny 77 degree day and could wear shirtsleeves. This was a great tour.
Visited: Jul 21, 2019
Even smaller village of 250 people! We were surprised we couldn’t find independent excursions and then we showed up and understood why. It almost feels like the ship is an imposition on the town. We booked a 9am excursion to hike the town. It’s not super necessary as we saw lots of other cruise passengers on the hike but we got a lot of fun info from our tour guide. The hike is short we were done maybe around 11am. We walked around the town a bit more and ate lunch outside the “tourist center” before meeting up with our second excursion to Urnes Stave Church. The tour guide was excellent - the stave church was pretty cool but a pretty short part of the tour. A lot of the time is spent driving. The waterfall we stopped at was really picturesque.
Visited: Jun 23, 2019
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