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Geirangerfjord: Our most recommended tours and activities

Geiranger: Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Tour

1. Geiranger: Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Tour

Embark on a guided tour of Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend, and the Fjords tailor-made for cruise passengers arriving in Geiranger. Relax on board a comfortable bus and listen to live commentary as you admire landscapes, mountains, waterfalls, and lakes. After meeting the guide and boarding the bus, begin your guided tour of Geiranger and the UNESCO World Heritage area. Sit back and relax as you make your way to Flydalsjuvet, one of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints. Continue to the spectacular Djupvatn Lake and reach the top of the famous mountain Dalsnibba, at an altitude of 1,500 meters above sea level. Make a stop at Eagle Bend and soak up the breathtaking views of Geiranger village, the Geirangerfjord, and the Seven Sisters Waterfall. Drive up the serpentine Eagle Road for one-of-a-kind photo opportunities of the Geirangerfjord. As you explore, your guide will provide insightful commentary about the area and its history. Finally, enjoy a punctual return to the terminal in time for your cruise departure.

Geiranger: Bus Tour with Multilingual Audio Guide

2. Geiranger: Bus Tour with Multilingual Audio Guide

Explore the powerful beauty of Norway as you travel the Geiranger road by bus. Pass by two of the most famous highlights along the Geiranger, Flydalsjuvet and Eagle Bend. A multi-language audio guide will tell you more about the history of the surrounding UNESCO World Heritage site. Begin your sightseeing tour along the famous Geiranger road with a view of Flydalsjuvet. At 330 meters above sea level, this magnificent gorge offers incredible views of the 70-meter-deep canyon and the Geirangerfjord below. Enjoy one of the most iconic landmarks of Norway. Next, continue your tour with a passage through the village of Geiranger and experience the thrill of 11 hairpin turns as you approach the Eagle Bend. On the final turn, soak up the view of the fjord, village, and the Seven Sisters waterfall at 515 meters above sea level.

Geiranger: Guided Kayak Tour in Geiranger Fjord

3. Geiranger: Guided Kayak Tour in Geiranger Fjord

This is a great opportunity to explore the UNESCO World Heritage area from a very special perspective. You can stop on your way to admire the amazing landscape and to take unforgettable pictures. In about one and a half hour of paddling you can reach the famous Seven Sister Waterfalls and discover some of the oldest Geirangerfjord farms. Our guide/instructor will take you safely on the tour and provide you with top quality equipment, technical and safety instructions and a lot of tips to enjoy the Geirangerfjord at its best. Safety note: be aware of changing weather conditions and low water temperature. Follow the instructions of our team carefully.

Geiranger Fjord: Private Double Kayak Rental

4. Geiranger Fjord: Private Double Kayak Rental

See Norway's famous Geiranger Fjord from a spectacular perspective on a self-guided 3-hour kayak tour. Enjoy a safety briefing as you pick up your kayak and gear before setting off along the cool waters of the fjord, encircled by tall mountains. Take your time and stop to admire the dramatic landscape surrounding you, and snap a few unforgettable pictures along the way. Paddle up close to the roaring Seven Sisters Waterfall in just 1.5 hours and discover some of the oldest farms of the region dotted along the shores.

From Ålesund: Private Day Trip to Geirangerfjord

5. From Ålesund: Private Day Trip to Geirangerfjord

Immerse yourself in Norway's dramatic natural landscapes on this day trip. After getting picked up from your hotel in Ålesund, begin the journey to Hellesylt, passing through the industrial town of Stranda and the Sykkylven mountain region along the way. In Hellesylt, take a ferry to Geiranger. Lunch and snacks are available to purchase onboard. Learn all about Geirangerfjord from the onboard audio guide and get the opportunity to see the famous waterfalls. After disembarking from the ferry, stop in the village of Geiranger. Later, travel along the "Eagle Road" to Eidsdal. Hop on another ferry and travel to Linge, enjoying more panoramic views along the way. On the way back to Ålesund, witness the most breathtaking places on the fjord, including snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls, and lush, green vegetation.

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What people are saying about Geirangerfjord

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 183 reviews

We were traveling with our two children (1 and 3 years old). The tour itself was good. There were age-appropriate child seats for the children and the buggy could be stowed in the bus below without any problems. Although you shouldn't have taken him with you. It was a bit shorter than stated and shouldn't have been longer in our opinion. At some point the kids got restless. All in all it was a nice trip and we would do it again.

Good value for money. We were lucky and the explanations for the tour were in German. It was a nice tour with built in photo stops. You should definitely take part in this tour.

The trip was great and the tour guide was very nice and spoke perfect German. We saw a lot and it was scenically beautiful. Always happy to be there......

Everything worked wonderfully. The tour guide very knowledgeable and the bus driver drove very well too. The tour was also in German. A very nice trip.

As always everything perfectly organized. Gorgeous place. Highly recommended