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Mikkelparken

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Mikkelparken, Kinsarvik 5780 Norway
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2-Day Round Trip from Bergen: THE GRAND HARDANGER – fjords, waterfalls, glaciers
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2-Day Round Trip from Bergen: THE GRAND HARDANGER – fjords, waterfalls, glaciers

Immerse yourself into the magic of the Hardanger region on this 2-day Grand round trip from Bergen. The second longest fjord in Norway – the Hardangerfjord – is surrounded by sheer mountains with lush valleys, vast highland plateaus, raging rivers and waterfalls, mesmerising glaciers. Farms and villages — tucked away in the nooks and crannies of narrow branching-off fjords —offer ecological delicacies and gastronomical surprises. Here you will find a wide range of outdoor activities to add to this tour. Please, see the suggested itinerary for 2 full days with different options: farm visits, mountain and glacier hikes. The tour is customizable, and the final itinerary will depend on your interests and choices. It is also possible to extend the tour with one to several additional days.<br><br>Car on this tour is one of our Mercedes minivans. When only 1-3 people are going on this tour, we may use our Tesla Model X. All of our cars have Norwegian Passenger Transport Licence.
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Erling H wrote a review Aug 2020
Stavanger, Norway15 contributions3 helpful votes
Mikkelparken has a deal if You extend visit from 1 to 2 days it's quite cheap for 2nd day. However you have to purchase full ticket for day3... Mikkelparken has lots of activities for kids, most are unsupervised, except car rides, swan boats, bumper boats and inddor paint/lego area. Family circles due to Covid-19. Open from 10.00-18.00. Climbing net, climbing tower with slides. Go to the GOLD mining, and delive gold to the entrance and get a free spoon (1 pr ticket pr kid). Mining for fossils, shells and gems. Car rides for small kids and bigger kids. Small farm, this was probably open to enter pre Covid-19. Huge indoor play area/slides. Drawing area/arts area. Designated Lego area, ,due to covid-19 all kids got their own lego box which had been heat sterilized. remote controlled boats and cars. The only activity which cost money inside the park was mining for gems, fossils or shells. BIg forest climbing challenge. The park is not very big, so highly recommend to bring swimming gear to enjoy the pools and slides for kids. Big water play park for the kids. We spent half of the time in the pool/water area. Outdoor changing rooms and outdoor very cold showers. Most service stations were self service/self-pay. This worked quite well. Pool area sold ice cream, slush, etc. All self service. Food buffet, kids get 1 juice while adults have to purchase separately. Good selection of fastfood, burgers, sausage, pommes frites, sweet potato frites, salad, chicken nuggets and chicken drum sticks. Due to Covid-19, the employees will pick food for You.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ted Walter wrote a review Jul 2019
Skudeneshavn, Norway223 contributions34 helpful votes
Visited in July with 5 year old. Nice experience with highly appreciated activities. Obviously the swimming area was at the centre of attention... but also other activities were really nice. We did enjoy the lunch buffet. We did find this quite weird, though. If purchased online... drinks are included. Children however are only allowed one fruit juice and not the soft drinks. Disposable plates and glasses are dispensed by staff at entry to buffet... It is really not "inviting" to access for seconds -as the plate is sort of your "ticket" to access food. A disposable paper plate is not to delicate to carry around for seconds... and you need to get back in line to "change" your used plate for a new one to gain access... Food were limited but nice enough. Salad area outside were more inviting than meat area. A "all you can eat buffet" should at least contain one cup of coffee for the adults... 27 kroners for a single cup (no refills) is a complete rip off after paying full price for the buffet. Conclusively the park itself is lovely.... swimmingarea is quite nice but eating still has challenges to reach the full potential.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Mike s wrote a review Apr 2019
336 contributions101 helpful votes
We brought 40 kids on a school trip here and we couldn’t have been treated any better. Fantastic cabins, excellent food and brilliant tour guides! They have made it a very memorable trip for all involved
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Date of experience: April 2019
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SupEvan wrote a review Nov 2018
Norway376 contributions41 helpful votes
I was here when I was a child - it was a lot of fun for me and I liked it a lot. Great if you have kids.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Aloba77 wrote a review Jul 2018
Bergen, Norge239 contributions121 helpful votes
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One day will do, even for the smallest children (we went 2 days). It’s a small but fun park. A big part of the park is water- and bathing based, so nice weather is a huge bonus, else it won’t be that fun. In the commercials they say that “Tropefryd” (the water park) is always warm, which they mean water of maybe 25 degrees Celsius. It was sun the day we visited. Bring your own food! It’s pricey and doesn’t taste that good. Mostly the menu consist of pizza and burgers with French fries. For a family, it’s quick to use 600 kroner on one meal with soda. For my 4 year old twins this park was fun and enjoyable. It’s not far from Bergen (2h 30min) and it has a great camping site to combine with. For my one year old it wasn’t a great place. However, there were activities for him also, like the train, the 40 cm deep swimming pool and the indoor ball room. You won’t use the day in queue luckily, and that was a big bonus. Compare that to any other park! There are plenty of merchandise to buy in the entrance. Actually, most of it are surprisingly cheap!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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