Fjords around the globe- top 5 iconic Fjords

One of the most amazing thing i will recommend to all of you is to visit some of the fjords. Nature make such a wonderful shapes and look so surreal. First time i saw this beauty when i was in Norway. Many beautiful fjords there.

But Norway its not the only places with fjords, i made a list of 5 best fjords in the world. Fjords that take you breath away when you look at them.

Lets start our journey through the most beautiful natural structures. This is most iconic top 5 fjords in the world

Kenai Fjords- Alaska US

Kenai Fjords is a 650,000-acre National Park on the Kenai Peninsula in south-central Alaska. The park’s dramatic landscape includes spectacular mountains with great glaciers flowing down between them to the sea, as well as mile-deep fjords that provide a habitat for thousands of nesting seabirds and smaller marine mammals such as sea otters, harbor seals, and sea lions. This is one of Alaska’s best wildlife spectacles and some of its most beautiful fjords and glaciers. Humpback and killer whales, sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions, and puffins crowd the park’s waters.

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Lysefjord Norway

Its name translating to Light Fjord because it is surrounded by light colored granite rocks, this 42 km long beauty does draws you in. It is one of the most popular fjord trips in Norway because of its incredible ease of access from downtown Stavanger, where day cruises run, as well as including iconic landmarks such as the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) and Kjerag along its twist and bends.

The view from Pulpit Rock is a must see experience in itself.

Exploring the rest of Lysefjord on foot, boat, or car, is a real treat and well worth any amount of time you have to spend enjoying it.

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Brofjorden Sweden

Brofjorden is a fjord in Lysekil Municipality, Bohuslän, Sweden. It cuts into Västra Götaland County in a southwest–northeasterly direction between the Stångenäset and Härnäset peninsulas.

During the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age, Brofjorden was navigable as far up north as Brodalen. The shoreline has receded about 2 km (1.2 mi) to the south since then. The area has been filled in with silt and clay, leaving only the minor Broälven river in the middle of the former north part of the fjord. The surrounding area is rich with pre-Medieval archaeological finds. On Broberg hill are the remnants of a 12th century fort and the oldest parts of the nearby Bro Church, are from the Middle Ages.

The Ryxö island in the middle of Brofjorden, was a strategic point in the local waterways during the Bronze Age. There are number of  on the island and the adjacent shores

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Aisen Fjords Chile

The landscape of the Aisén Region in southern Chile is marked by several glaciations that formed a lot of lakes, channels and beautiful fjords. The Laguna San Rafael National Park, reachable only by boat or plane, is one of its most popular tourist destinations in the area. The park comprises some of the higher mountains of Patagonia.

The Aysén Region is a sparsely populated area of southern Chile with vast glaciers, fjords and snow-capped mountains. The Laguna San Rafael National Park encompasses the Northern Patagonian Ice Field, which has numerous glaciers running off to inland lakes and rivers. Mountain peaks include the jagged, 2,675m-high Cerro Castillo, located within a nature reserve of the same name.