Where is Stavanger and how to get there?
Stavanger is located on the south west part of Norway, and offers easy access by plain directly from several European cities and easy transfer through hubs like Copenhagen, Amsterdam and London for overseas travelers.
How long time is the tour if we want to see kjerag in addition to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)
Stavanger-Kjerag and back is approximately 5-6 hours.
What will we see on our way to Kjerag?
The tour will take you from Stavanger into the spectacular Lysefjord, passing the famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), and the waterfall Hengjarfossen, exploring the old power plant village of Flørli. We will then continue to Kjerag, the Majesty of the Lysefjord. At 1084 metres, “Kjeragbolten”, a round rock wedged solidly in a mountain crevice, towers above the other peaks along the Lysefjord. Click here for more information
Is it possible with drop-in tours?
Yes, if the boat is available, just call the captain: +4793497707.
Is it possible to share the tour with somebody else?
Yes, we can make reservations pending other guests are signing up to share in the same time span.
There is only two of us travelling, can we still book the trip?
Yes, but there is a minimum charge (see price & booking)
Can we bring a dog aboard?
No, because other guests might have allergies.
Is it possible to hike from the fjord up to Preikestolen or Kjerag?
On a daily tour, it is not possible to hike from the fjord up to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) or Kjerag in cooperation with our partner.
Can wee order the yacht for a longer time?
Yes, if the yacht is available, the boat has all facilities for a nice day or two on board. Have a look at some of our one and two days trips here.
Is there any weather limitations?
Safety is always our main priority. The captain may cancel the tour for safety reasons under weather conditions like strong winds or poor visibility.