As there are fjords all over Norway there is little general advice about entry points or how to get in, advice mostly depends on fjord region.
The Western Norwegian fjords, approximately from *Stavanger (map) to *Molde (map), are rated as the worlds best travel destination by the magazine National Geographic Traveler.
Romsdalsfjord (map) – picturesque fjord with famous alpine summits around Åndalsnes (map), several pretty islands, Molde on the north shore.
Nordfjord (map) – a major fjord surrounded by glaciers and picturesque lakes, notably Stryn and Olden villages (*Sogn og Fjordane county).
Hjørundfjord (map) – picturesque fjord surrounded by breathtaking summits.
Geirangerfjord (map) and Hellesylt are villages in Møre og Romsdal. The Geirangerfjord is one of the most beautiful mainland fjords and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Norway. In a rating of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Geirangerfjord (along with Nærøyfjord in Sogn og Fjordane) obtained top score in a survey conducted by the prestigious National Geographic Magazine.
Sognefjord (map) – The district surrounding the fjord is known as Sogn. Sognefjorden is the longest fjord in Europe and the second longest in the world. Nærøyfjord, a World Heritage Site, is one of the fjords of Sognefjorden.
Hardangerfjord (map) is 180 km long and about 850 meters deep. This the second longest and second deepest fjord in Norway, only surpassed by Sognefjord, and outside Norway these are only surpassed by fjords in Greenland.
Lysefjorden (map) the first fjord when you arrive from the south, is one of the most famous fjord in Norway. The 40 km long fjord surrounded by impressive mountains and cliffs carved out during successive Ice Ages is the dominant feature of Forsand municipality.