With an abundance of fjords and archipelagoes to explore, ferries have been upgraded to use more environmentally friendly fuel and in some ports, when docked, ferries are connected to land power to lower their overall emissions. Join locals and make your way up the Norwegian coast on a ferry that runs purely on battery and LNG (liquified natural gas) engines.
Within cities, take advantage of well-connected, affordable, efficient, and clean public transport. A Hop-On/Hop-Off bus allows travelers to see the “musts” while avoiding hopping into taxis.
There are also opportunities to explore with an electric car. If you spend time in Flåm, you can explore the Nærøyfjorden region via an eMobility mini-electric car which has zero emissions and provides you fantastic access to this positively stunning area.
Some additional ways to keep your carbon footprint to a minimum while exploring the region? Rent a kayak and discover hidden nooks in the Oslo archipelago or join the locals and hop on a bike to zip along Copenhagen’s streets.