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We went here as part of an organised tour by TUI from the Marella Discovery docked in Flam. The rest of the tour was long and drawn out, but the caves were magical. Didn't really get given any information about the rock (anorthosite?) but in...More
Went as part of tour with Tui(Thompson’s) thankfully the coach journey was good.
The cave visit could be visited in 30mins could be very good but a few coloured lights and some trolls on rocks,even the music was poor.
They need to up their game...More
I visited these caves on a morning trip whilst on a cruise. They are really pretty to walk through with the music playing and the coloured lights but that is pretty much it. There are little trolls dotted about as well. I wouldn't say it...More
An attempt has been made to inject a bit of interest into what I assume is an abandoned mine of some sort. There are coloured lights and little ponds with bridges over them and some incidental music, kicked off my an introductory address by a...More
An abandoned anorthosite mine has been enhanced with a muse-like woman who expounds on how best to experience the “magic” as you pass through caverns with different colored lighting, candlelit pathways and shadowy troll figurines (really unnecessary and schlocky). It is meant to project a...More
We entered the White Caves,and were immediately captivated by the atmosphere and the beautiful staff.Walking slowly around the magically lit caves,was both uplifting and calming,with little moments of humour.Coffee and cake was a sublime touch in the great hall,and we came out at peace with...More
I highly recommend to visit the White Caves in Gudvangen. Its a Magic Place. It is a must do experience. I`ve got married in the White Caves in june this summer. It was Magic. So if you want to have a special wedding or other...More
We actually traveled from Geilo town by train to Myrdal and from Myrdal to Flam by Flamsbana raliway which is a masterpiece of engineering descending 2838 feet in less than 1 hour. From Flam we travelled by ferry passed by fjords reached to Gudvangen. It’s...More
Although the town was prettymuch only a hotel and restaurant on the harbor, it was a lovely quiet night in the fjords. The food was decent, and they keep the restaurant open til midnight (only serve food til 9) if you want to drink some...More