Join us on an epic road trip in the North of Norway

The drive along the Ryfylke National Tourist Route is a trip full of contrasts. Here you will encounter high barren mountains, green and lush hillsides, sheer mountainsides and deep fjords. The Saudafjellet mountain displays special natural characteristics. It is rugged, brutal and unyielding. At the Svandalfossen waterfall you can walk up the steps and really feel the force of the rushing water and the might of the cascade. At the southern point of this road you will find Lysefjorden. This fjord is perhaps most enchanting when dark clouds hover above, letting out only a handful of rays of Sunlight.

There are lots of opportunities on the way to make short detours and to take a break from driving, whether you are keen to find out more about Sauda’s industrial history or just want to explore one of the lovely little shore villages such as Sand.

It’s no secret that Hardanger is like a giant picture postcard and almost everywhere you look you will feast your eyes on thundering waterfalls or fruit trees in bloom. Dramatic roads run through dramatic scenery and there is a wealth of variation to absorb. The road may follow a shelf along a steep-sided valley or it might literally pass through apple orchards; perhaps it is this closeness that is the unique quality of the stretch. The perfect trip on this stretch would be to drive one way in springtime at the height of the fruit blossoming season, stop to fish in the Hardangerfjord and then return when fruit picking is underway in late summer. Then Hardanger will reveal its unique aspects that change with the season, who all are equally worth exploring.

The last trip of the summer season: 22/09/2018 – 29/09/2018

We start this trip in Bergen and we’ll drive to Stavanger to drop you off. Although this isn’t the longest road trip of the season, it will definitely one of the best ones. Preikestolen is one of the more famous spots we’ll be able to visit.



  • A comfy bed with a down blanket & pillow
  • Use of the kitchen, bathroom and living room
  • Wood stove
  • Healthy home-made food (dinner-breakfast)
  • Coffee and tea all day
  • Outside chill-out area & rooftop deck
  • Locked storage
  • Entertainment: projector, books, games, guitar,…
  • Media Nomad (if available)
  • Fuel costs
  • Parking Costs (except for campings)
  • Fast drying towel to use inside the bus


  • Trip to the bus
  • Campings
  • Ferries
  • Lunch
  • Extra activities (kayaking, mountain biking,…)
  • Flight back


Before we started our moving hostel project, we travelled around the world and one of the countries we explored was Noway and especially the region around Bergen, because Vidar (who helped built the bus) is so lucky to have grown up in this beautiful part of the world. The landscapes constantly change with each couple kilometers you drive and it is literally is too magnificent for words. The most important reason why you should come on any of our trips is the fact that this is the best way to meet similar minded people and the easiest way to get to know people from all over the world. They’ll become connections for life thanks to the trip you experience together. Something we can all benefit from these days!

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The No book items equals the amount of people you want to make the booking for. At the moment our online instant payment method is Paypal, if you choose to use it a cost of 3.5% is added. You can also wire transfer the money into our account and pay no extra costs.


This summer we have chosen to do trips from Saturday till Saturday or from Wednesday to Saturday. We only do drop-off and pick ups at the airports on the regular dates. Exceptionally we can accept bookings starting another day, but contact us in advance see if it is possible and know that you will have to get to the bus and the airport with your own means of transport if you chose to join us on another day than a normal arrival day.

If you have any questions prior to your booking, let us know!

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