Lysefjord Safari Classic

Lysefjord Safari Classic

Do you want to explore the fjords? Then the Lysefjord Safari with RIB boat from Stavanger is the perfect tour for you! Lysefjord cruise by RIB boat, the most popular boat tour from Stavanger.

Are you looking for something spectacular? Do you want to explore the fjords and feel feel like a viking for a few hours?

Lysefjord Safari Classic is a fast and exciting way to cruise the fjords from central Stavanger and experience the Lysefjord with all its waterfalls, Pulpit Rock and breath-taking scenery.

Check out the video to get a glimpse of the fjord

The Lysefjord, with its enormous variety of landscapes, waterfalls, cliffs and caves, is an extreme natural experience by global standards. It is with considerable humility that we escort guests into this stunning, never-ending fjord with so much history hanging on its vertical walls.

Lysefjord offers the most fantastic cliff formations you can imagine. The Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), a plateau 600 m above the fjord, is the most famous. On our boat trips, we cruise the Lysefjordin our fast, open RIBs, with stops for sightseeing and photography.

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Get inspired by the beautiful landscapes, catch your breath and fully take in the great scenery.
On this boat trip you truly get in touch with the enchanting surroundings.
If you’re lucky, you might even spot a majestic sea eagle gliding through the air or a seal sticking out their nose above the surface.

When the sun gets into the fjord, you will know why its called Lysefjord (Fjord of the lights).

Your captain takes you as close as he can to the vertical mountain drops to feel, smell and taste the pure water freshness of the Hengjane waterfall, or according to Norwegian mythology, the «water of wisdom».

One of the highlights of the journey is the narrow gap into the Vagabond Cave and view Preikestolen (The Pulpit Rock) from sea level.

The Vikings are known to be real seafarers. They crossed the many seas on raids and missions with their uniquely crafted Viking ships. Their journeys were long and weary, often lasted for several years.

On this trip, we rock the accelerator and speed up into one of Norway’s most impressive fjords. The Lysefjord or the “Fjord of the lights” with the famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) as Stavanger’s pride and charm.

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