is one of Norway’s most visited tourist sites. In 2005 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, jointly with the Naeroyfjord (the narrow fjord).
The Geirangerfjord is a 15 kilometre long branch of the Sunnylvsfjord, which is a branch of the Storfjord (Great Fjord), cutting in from the Atlantic coast just south of the coastal town of Alesund. The tiny village of Geiranger is located at the end of the fjord.
How to experience the Geirangerfjord:
Fjord cruise from Alesund:
There are daily fjord cruises from Alesund, as day excursions. You can also visit the fjord as part of a Fjord cruise package, starting in Oslo or Bergen (see below).
Coach trip across the Golden Route:
It is also possible to have a marvelous view of the fjord below from the breathtaking view point of the Eagles road – part of the Golden Route mountain roads between the village of Geiranger and the village of Andalsnes, where you can connect with the Norwegian rail system by the spectacular Rauma line. There are scheduled coach services across the Golden Route during the summer season.
Fjord cruise packages to the Geirangerfjord:
The Grand Tour of the Fjords:
This is an extensive, 8 nights round trip from Oslo, with Fjord cruises on the Geirangerfjord, the Sognefjord & the Hardangerfjord, Flam Railway, Bergen line & Dovre line, the breathtaking Mabbodal canyon & the spectacular Voringfoss waterfall & 2 nights Hurtigruten cruise from Bergen to Trondheim. Stays in Oslo, Bergen & Trondheim
Geirangerfjord & Norway in a nutshell: With cruises on Naeroyfjord & Geirangerfjord, an overnight Hurtigruten cruise from Bergen to Alesund, Bergen line, Flam Railway & Rauma line, 2 nights in Oslo, 1 night in Flam, 1 night in Bergen & 2 nights in Alesund. Duration 7 nights
Geirangerfjord Highlights: A 5 nights trip starting in Bergen and finishing in Oslo, with an overnight Hurtigruten cruise and a full day fjord cruise on the Geirangerfjord, the Rauma line and stays in Bergen, Alesund & Oslo