Skjolden is located at the innermost point of the Sognefjorden, Norway's longest fjord. This quiet village is surrounded by mountains and waterfalls (so don't forget your camera). You'll want to snap a picture of the Lusterfjord, which is easily recognized by its emerald green colours due to the melt water from the glaciers.
What youNEED TO KNOW
Port Name & Location Port of Skjolden Ship will DOCK at this port.
Time Zone CET (Central Europe Time) UTC/GMT +1 hour
Language The local language is Norwegian. Say hello in Norwegian: "Hallo"
Currency & Shopping Norwegian Krone (NOK)
Best Way to Get Around Organised shore excursions re available for sightseeing and activities.
Famous For Located in Skjolden, Sognefjord is the world's longest passable fjord. This is all in the centre of Norwegian fjord country.
Fun Fact #1 Because of the accumulation of melted waters from its icy glaciers, Skjolden tends to have beautiful bright green waters most of the year.
Fun Fact: Landmarks Don't miss Urnes Stave Church, a UNESCO World Heritage site and Norway's oldest church, a 12th century stave.