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Gone Paddling Balestrand offer two guided kayaking trips daily (at 10.00 AM and at 15.00 PM)around Balestrand. Average duration is 3 hours and includes a light lunch! You can also rent single or double kayaks and explore the area around Balestrand...more
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We arrived via the ferry around 1100h then did the 1500h kayaking trip. I was a blast. This is a great way to experience the fjord. It was a perfect day when we went so it was great. They provide all the gear or equipment...More
It may have rained on us the ENTIRE time, but it sure didn't ruin our experience. It was simply part of the adventure. I will probably never have an experience like this one again. Our guide, Miguel, was really cool - easy to talk to...More
We were lucky to have a sunny day for our Gone Paddling adventure on the Esefjord and Sognefjord. There was only one other couple with us and our guide, Nikola. The surrounding mountains look even more magestic from the water. After a short paddle we...More
Great experience. Two adults and a teenager in our party..joined by 7 others.
Instructor Nikolai very friendly and informative of local views, fjord and architecture.
Two hours 30 mins out on Sognesford...aching arms now but well worth it.
First 2 hours in glorious sunshine but...More
We had a nice trip on the Fjord with Nilok.
He was a sympathic guide. The weather was good, only one regret : we thought that we can kayack a little bit far from Balestrand and in the nature, but we stay in the surroundings....More
We rented bikes for 3 hours and found the bikes to be clean and in good condition though they are standard department store quality. They were adequate for a ride around the fjord towns with 30 gears (3 & 10), so the small hills were...More