From NOK 134
Fosnavåg - Runde - Fosnavåg
If you visit “Land of Waves”, you have to visit Runde bird island. This round trip by bus starts at Fosnavåg terminal and goes to Goksøyr and the bird mountain. At the mountain you have time to look around before the trip goes back to Fosnavåg.
The island is a popular destination all year round but is spectacular in the summer due to its teeming birdlife. Runde is located right at next to the ocean with about 150 permanent residents.
In the season there are between 500,000 and 700,000 seabirds on the island, most of them live on the bird mountain. Around 80 species have been found breeding, and more than 230 species have been registered on the bird island.
The bird mountain is the southernmost in Norway and is the most species-rich seabird area in the country. There is an active birdlife all year on the island, and in the winter you can study the toughest species, which thrive in the harsh and wild climate.
It is also possible to see the colonies by hiking up the mountain along marked paths. It is important to remember that conservation regulations apply due to the vulnerable nature.
The area is fantastic for diving and fishing and also offer great opportunities for hiking.
Departure from: Fosnavåg terminal
About our trips
This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.)
Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable.
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