The best of both worlds
Combined fjord cruise and Helicopter tour
We will start the VIP-cruise into some of the most spectacular fjords and sceneries in Scandinavia, the Lysefjord. You’re going to see everything from flat landscape in the west, to the breath-taking natural beauty of the magical fjords in the east. The most famous mountain formation in the Lysefjord is Preikestolen. See the Pulpit Rock rising 604 meters above you, with an impressive supporting cast of waterfalls, idyllic island and magnificent scenery of cliffs and canyons.
Later the helicopter will pick us up in the Lysefjord area. From the air we will enjoy these magnificent views among others;
- Månefossen (one of Norways largest waterfalls)
- Kjerag / Kjeragbolten (a rock wedged solidly in a mountain crevice, 1100 meters above Lysefjord)
- Fløyrli (famous 4444 stairs from sea level)
- Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) (a massive cliff 604 metres above Lysefjorden
When we have viewed all the breathtaking places we’ll return to the yacht where we enjoy a a fantastic seafood meal on our way back to Stavanger.
The helicopter will pick us up in Lysefjord area. From the air we will enjoy some magnificent views. Månefossen (Pronounced Mo’ neh fo’ sen), or The Mån Falls, is the 9th largest waterfall in Norway (90m high), and the Largest in Rogaland Fylke (Province/County). The old farm at Mån behind-above the falls is 60-80 minutes hike in steep terrain from the parking lot, which we will also fly over. From this place we will continue across the mountain ridge towards Kjerag. Here you will see the geological formation shaped 11`500 years ago after the ice age. Kjerag or Kiragg is located in Lysefjorden, in Forsand municipality. Its highest point is 1110 m above sea level, but its northern drop to Lysefjorden attracts most visitors. The drop is 984 m (3,228 ft) and it is also the site of Kjeragbolten, a 5 m³ stone located between two rocks. Kjerag is a popular hiking destination. Some go there because Preikestolen has become too crowded, some to jump onto Kjeragbolten and some BASE jumpers from all over the world go there to dive off the high cliffs. Then we continue out the fjord towards Preikestolen passing Fløyrli with its famous 4444 stairs from sea level straight up. Continuing to Preikestolen, also known by the English translations of Preacher’s Pulpit or Pulpit Rock, and by the old local name Hyvlatonnå (“the carpenter-plane’s blade”), is a massive cliff 604 metres (1982 feet) above Lysefjorden, opposite the Kjerag plateau. The top of the cliff is approximately 25 by 25 metres (82 by 82 feet), almost flat, and is a famous tourist attraction in Norway. When we have viewed these 3 breathtaking places we will be landing back at the yacht where we’ll eat some fantastic seafood on our way back to Stavanger.
Capacity for the helicopter is 5 persons, so if there are more people in the group we can do several trips.
- A private yacht cruise in stunning Lysefjorden
- A glass of Champagne
- Fresh fruits, snacks and soft drinks
- An unforgettable helicopter ride
- A fantastic seafood meal
- An exclusive VIP-cruise in the stunning Lysefjorden
- The 44 foot Sports Cruiser
- Vagabond’s Cave
- An unforgettable helicopter ride
- Fly over Preikestolen – the world recognised Pulpit Rock
- Fly-over Kjerag – the rock between the mountains wall
- The beautiful bird eye view over Lysefjord
Duration: 6 hours
When? On request
Where? Meet up and end location: Central Port of Stavanger (Vågen) , close to the fish market
Central Port of Stavanger (Vågen), near the fish market (Fisketorget).
What can be added?
- Additional food & drinks onboard
- Extra time; NOK 5.000,- per hour
The captain will guide in English. Guiding in any other language can be added.
What Drives Us is
Quality & Compassion
Private Cruise prides itself on the ability to make the perfect cruise for almost any occasion. We deliver daily private sightseeing cruises as well as delivering a service which is completely customized, unique and personal. We understand compassion and careful planning are key factors. We take pride in our high-standard service and immaculate attention to detail that we provide to each one of our clients.
Coming from abroad?
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.