Tide Discovery Fjord Route from Haugesund
Visit the highlights of Fjord Norway with the Tide Discovery Fjord Route - round trip from Haugesund.
Haugesund is a small town on the west coast of Norway. This is the area where Vikings used to live and where the Viking Kings had their Royal seat.
Visiting Haugesund, you will meet a cosy coastal town that has a lot to offer for every one. Situated between Stavanger and Bergen, between the sea and the mountains, makes Haugesund the perfect destination for an active holiday. Here you may learn more about the Vikings and get to experience the scenic areas of saga landscape, towering mountains and the wild sea.
The flexible way to explore Fjord Norway for FIT travelers.
The Tide Discovery Fjord Route is based on public transport giving you the flexibility to "hop on - hop off" as you please.
Round trip from Haugesund
Haugesund - Bergen by bus
Explore the Viking town of Haugesund, before heading to Bergen with Kystbussen - coastal express coach. As a UNESCO World Heritage City and a European City of Culture, the Bergen region is perfect to explore culture in combination with nature and exciting urban life.
Bergen - Odda (Hardangerfjord) by bus
When you have seen the hightlights of Bergen, it is time to continue to the fjord. From Bergen Bus Station you take the Skyss bus no 930 to Odda. The 11:50 departure is direct (3hrs5min) and available daily except Saturdays. For alternative departures, see link to timetable below. There is no need to pre-book this bus, you can pay directly on board.
Odda is a village situated by the Hardangerfjord. Stay as many nights as you like, but we do recommend that you book accomodation in advance.
Odda - Preikestolen by bus
Continue from Odda with Trolltunga-Preikestolenekspressen, along the scenic route RV 13. The route is available with one daily departure in July and August.
Arriving at Preikestolenhytta in the afternoon you can hike to Preikestolen for the spectacular view, and spend the night at Preikestolhytta or continue to Stavanger.
Preikestolen - Stavanger by bus and ferry
From Preikestolhytta you take the Tide shuttle bus to Tau and continue with the Norled ferry from Tau to Stavanger.
In Stavanger you can explore the city, take a fjord cruise on the Lysefjord or go for a hike to Kjeragbolten, a round rock wedged solidly in a mountain crevice.
Stavanger - Haugesund by bus
Travelling from Stavanger Kystbussen offer several daily departures back to the Viking town of Haugesund.
Please find links to booking and for more information about attractions and accommodation in the area below.
|Distance||Operator||Price||Pre-booking||Departures||Accommodation & attractions|
|Haugesund - Bergen||Kystbussen/Tide||390,-||Link||Timetable||Stay and do in Bergen|
|Bergen - Odda||Skyss||324,-||N/A||Timetable||Stay and do in Odda|
|Odda - Preikestolen||Tide||695,-||Link||07:30 am||Stay and do in Preikestolen|
|Preikestolen - Tau||Tide||125,-||Link||Timetable|
|Tau - Stavanger||Norled||56,-||N/A||Timetable||Stay and do in Stavanger|
|Stavanger - Haugesund|| |
|Stay and do in Haugesund|
|Alt.Haugesund - Oslo||Haukeliekspressen/Tide||556,-||Link||Timetable||Stay and do in Oslo|
Choose the directions you prefer;
Haugesund-Bergen-Odda-Stavanger-Haugesund or Haugesund-Stavanger-Odda-Bergen-Haugesund.