Månafossen waterfall, which is fed by the Mån river, plunges 92 meters into the canyon below. The force of the waterfall, which is flanked by steep granite walls, produces a dazzling display of mist and rainbows. As it is almost inaccessible by public transportation, the waterfall remains relatively unknown, even among locals, making it a true hidden gem for tourists.
Half-day cruise from Stavanger to the Lysefjord and Pulpit Rock.
This is one of Norway's most popular hike, and it's not without a reason. Join this hike and explore the nature and the scenic view from the top
Get up close with nature and wild life in Jørpeland, learn the basics of kayaking and the area's history as you paddle past interesting sights.
Beat the crowd to Kjerag and join this early morning hike to Kjerag. Starting with cruise at Lysefjord you can relax and enjoy the beautiful landscapes around the fjord, Pulpit Rock and Kjerag from sea-level.
Join this hike to Kjerag and enjoy the view from the Majesty of Lysefjord. Maybe you would dare to stand on the boulder.
Visit the reconstructed Byrkjedalstunet factory, the impressive Gloppedalsuren Boulder Field, passthrough Jæren and Sola and enjoy a walking tour through Stavanger
Visit the Utstein Monastery for a private tour through the museum and Mosterøy island, pass by the Swords in the Rock monument in Hafrsfjord during the ride back to Stavanger
Consider spending a day climbing the world's longest wooden staircase. With its 4444 steps, Flørli is known to be one of the scariest stairs in the world. The climb is long and strenuous, but provides great lookout points where you can stop to catch your breath while enjoying the vista over the Lysefjord down below.
This is one of Norway's most popular hike, and it's not without a reason. Join this hike and explore the winter wonderland and the scenic view from the top.
This is one of Norway's most popular hike, and it's not without a reason. Join this sunrise hike, beat the crowd and experience the sunrise over the mountains when on Pulpit Rock.
Enjoy a private day trip to the cultural harbor city of Haugesund followed by a visit to the charming village of Skudeneshavn in Karmøy, enjoy a walking tour in both cities with a private guide
Explore Stavanger in a walking tour including some rides by car with a local guide passing the Old Town, Stavanger Cathedral, and Øvre Holmegate the color street
Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger shows how offshore operations have become Norway's most important industry, and gives you experiences of this activity. How oil and gas are formed, how resources beneath the seabed are found, and how drilling and production are conducted.