The Geirangerfjord is a 15-kilometre-long branch of Storfjord, and is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List jointly with Nærøyfjord. The fjord is one of Norway's most popular visitor attractions and offers a spectacular introduction to this iconic Norwegian geographical feature.
The ferry cruise on the world’s most famous fjord takes approx. one hour. Alongside the sheer mountain cliffs and the many waterfalls, you can see evidence of people who have lived and worked here in the form of many abandoned farms and shoreline smallholdings that will no doubt leave a lasting impression. The local legends are many and the history is there for you to see. Some of the farms were inhabited and operative until the 1950s and 60s.
The tour is guided in several languages and there are refreshments available on board. The ferry cruise is ideal for those interested in landscape photography, as we have a spacious deck area outside. One of the ferries, Veøy, has an elevator and is accessible for disabled persons.
|Per person Vehicles up to 6m incl.driver||670.00 Car|
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