[VIDEO] Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten

The Lysefjord has several attractions worth mentioning and is located in the southwestern part of Norway. The fjord is 40 kilometers long and was formed during the ice age. Lysefjorden is accessible by car / limousine which include a ferry. But to visit the most known and popular attractions Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten, we have to use our feets.

Imagine a journey in a luxury car or minibus with a competent and comfortable driver, who also provides professional, insightful guiding, organizes your itinerary and overnight stays, and can even recommend restaurants, reserve your table and drive you to and from dinner.

Do you want to experience the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) or the Kjeragbolten? Or do you have questions about our guides and drivers? Then we want to hear from you!