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Oslofjord is a narrow inlet that begins from the south of Oslo
and Drummen and runs all the way to join the North Sea by Norway's southeast coast. This waterbody is home to various islands: Vippetangen, Hovedoya, Bleikoya, Lindoya, Gressholmen, Langoyen and Nakholmen. Each island has its own specialty and is a popular tourist attraction in itself. Visitors can choose to spend an entire day at an island or if you are in a crunch for time take a ferry and go island hopping. Various activities like kayaking, canoeing, paragliding, boating, swimming and more, are available around this inlet.