Mo Laksegard on the famous salmon river Suldalslågen offers fishing trips, swimming with salmon, rafting, hiking mountain climbing and more. Afterwards, enjoy an icy ‘pint’ from its own brewery, bask in the hot tub or lounge in front of the fireplace.
About 90 minutes by boat from Stavanger plus 10 minutes by bus.
22 rooms with 40 beds. Self-service or catered cabins also available.
Activities available upon request.
Partially wheelchair accessable.
Fish for salmon or swim with them
At Mo Lakesgard, guests are welcome to go fly-fishing in western Norway’s largest river, Suldalslågen, where 10-kilogram salmon are commonplace. Or for something completely different, put on a dry suit, mask and snorkel, and let the current carry you and the salmon on a joint trek downriver for a close-up look at their lives in the river.
It’s a great starting point for adventures beyond the riverbanks, including hiking, climbing, river rafting, a tour of its brewery or a dip in its hot tub.
Mo Laksegard also offers accommodation in cabins or apartments, with completely equipped kitchens if you want to fend for yourself. Full hotel-level service is also available for groups of more than eight. Its kitchen also offers traditional local fare, including salmon, that can be served indoors or outdoors in a wilderness camp with Sami-style lavvo teepees and roaring campfires.
Rødne Fjord Cruise and Mo Laksegard would be delighted to put together a package for transport, accommodation and activities for your group.
“Did not know what to expect from a salmon safari, but was absolutely amazed. The beauty of the underwater world in the river has to be experienced!” – Torunn Tronsvang on Facebook.