In Norway, everything is dramatic. The people are tall, the prices are expensive, and the landscapes are captivating in their beauty, awe-inspiring in their vastness.
And when it comes to talking about beautiful, vast landscapes, it’s much easier to show you than tell you. So, we got in back in touch with landscape photographer, Kazim Ghafoor – who’d composed stunning photo essays of Iceland and Italy for us in the past – to give us some insight.
He visited this Scandinavian gem in order to hike and photograph the iconic Western Fjords. Using the city of Bergen as a base, his antics ranged from exploring Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) at sunrise, to seeking out waterfalls aplenty, to the well-known two-day hike to Trolltunga.
And it’s no exaggeration to say that his photos are incredible. Check them out. And if you’re feeling tempted to visit this stunning part of the world for yourself, you can visit the Norwegian Fjords on either Intrepid Travel’s 15-day Scandinavia Explorer trip or 22-day Complete Scandinavia trip.
Ready to be stunned by Scandinavia? Check out Intrepid’s range of small group adventures in Norway.