January-March and November-December (except Dec. 25th)

Wednesday-Sunday at 11:00. 

April and October: Daily at 11:00.
Easter: 15.– 22. April: Daily at 11:00.

 Daily at 10:00 and 14:00.

Additional departure at 12:00 in June, July and August.


Lysefjorden sightseeing

January-February and November-December
Adults: NOK 470
Children (ages 4-15): NOK 300. (Free under age 4)
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children): NOK 1300

Adults: NOK 550
Children (ages 4-15): NOK 300. (Free under age 4)
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children): NOK 1400

Preikestolen cruise & hike
Adults: NOK 850
Children (ages 4 – 15): NOK 500 (Free under age 4)
Ferry ticket Tau-Stavanger is not included in the price and must be purchased on board the ferry (price 2019: NOK 62 per adult). 

Central Port Of Stavanger (Vågen), by the fish marked

Departure point:
From Vågen in Stavanger. When booking at, Lysefjordsenteret can also be selected for departure.

Lysefjorden cruise: 3 hour round trip
Cruise & hike: about 8 hours (total incl. cruise)

Suitable for baby carriages and a limited number of wheelchairsAttendants travel free with documentation.
Use campaign code “attendant” when booking at 

  • Scenic beauty level: 100% 100%
  • COMFORT LEVEL: 100% 100%


Feast your eyes on majestic Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) seeming to reach into the sky above incredible Lysefjord.
This exciting fjord cruise creates memories for life. We also take you to Vagabond’s Cave and tell you the legend of this mysterious opening in the mountain.
We carefully nudge the boat’s bow up the Hengjane Falls and offer you a taste of pure mountain water.
Enjoy the striking scenery from the comfort of our boat’s sheltered cabin, with panoramic windows all around, or venture out on the spacious sundeck.
The kiosk onboard offers a variety of refreshments, including beer and wine.

Do you want a total Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) experience?
Then you can choose the Preikestolen cruise and hike, which combines a cruise through the stunning Lysefjorden with an exhilarating hike up the mountain. The boat sails through unforgettable fjord landscapes of idyllic islands, rocky shores, steep mountains and powerful waterfalls. Underway, you’ll be offered a taste of clear mountain water from Hengjane Falls and see the Vagabond’s Cave of legend. Then you will be dropped off at the village of Forsand and the Pink Ferry dock, to take a bus to the Preikestolen trailhead for a hike to the famous plateau. After hiking back down, you take a bus to the town of Tau to catch the ferry back to Stavanger. The modern, comfortable boats have sundecks, spacious cabins and kiosks offering refreshments, including beer and wine.

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