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Coronavirus - about the situation in Voss

The Tourist Information Office is open for audience at 9 am - 4 pm weekdays. From 19th of June the opening hours are 9 am - 6 pm every day. Saturdays from 9 am to 8 pm. You can also reach us at [email protected] 

Voss Gondol and Hangurstoppen Restaurant is open every day from 19 June - 23 August 2020. Opening hours from 11 am - 6 pm sunday - friday and 11 am - 8 pm saturdays. Read more here.

From the 4th of July the gondola will open at 10 am.


Eenstunet is open

Flatlandsmo camping is open.

Lilandstunet is open.

Myrkdalen Hotel will open at 19th of June and it's  possible to pre-book now. Apartments in Myrkdalen is possible to rent now.

Scandic Voss is open.

Store Ringheim Hotel is open and you can book rooms online.

Rongahuset BnB is open, but booking only on request.

Voss Resort has cabins and apartments to rent now in Bavallen. Booking online.

Voss Camping is open and they have cabins to rent.

Voss Hostel is open. 


Outdoor Norway has started the season, and you can rent SUP, kayak and Mountain Nikes at the tent at Vangsvatnet. You can also book guided hikes online.

Skydive Voss has started tandem skydiving.

Voss Active has started the season, and you can book rafting, familyrafting and high rope & ziplinepark. All activities requires pre-booking.

Voss Vind opens at 15th of June for everyone. It is recommended to pre-book.

Voss folkemuseum will open from 21th of June - 16th of August.

Vått&Vilt has 2-day beginners course in white water kayaking and sea kayak.

Wild Voss are offering guided courses and hikes. 

Do you have any questions about the coronavirus situation and travelling in Norway? Please find updated information and travel advice at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. Updated information and advice if you are travelling to Norway: The Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

  • Domestic transport is to continue as normal as possible for the moment.
  • Everyone is strongly encouraged to avoid leisure travel.
  • Avoid travel that is not strictly necessary (both domestic and abroad), and avoid public transport if you can.
  • Avoid other places where you can easily get close to others.
  • Avoid close contact with others.

More on Visit Norway about travelling in Norway. 

You can also find more information on these pages: 

European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) World Health Organization (WHO)

If you are experiencing symptoms like fever, sore throat, chest pain and breathing difficulities while travelling in Norway, please stay in your hotel room and contact guests service by telephone, or call the 24-hour Norwegian medical service at (+47) 116 117 for guidance and assistance.

If you have other questions about the situation in Voss, please contact us at [email protected]