At only nine miles long, Geirangerfjord is one of Norway’s most beautiful FjordsIt is a tender port so you might want to take the ‘grab and go’ rather than trek back for lunch, and take a rain mac as with all the Fjords, the weather can change and you may see all four seasons in a day. But, when the sun is out it is a spectacle and the best way to see it is from up high. P&O Cruises into GEIRANGER
It has so many waterfalls that naming them becomes almost pointless, but they do have names like Bridal Veil and The Seven Sisters. There is a platform, the Dalsnibban mountain plateau, or sky walk, which is Norway’s highest road accessed high view. The platform has an ingenious see through floor, and glass guard so you have a seriously spooky sensation of floating! It is 1500m high, but you have a clear drop of approx. 500m with magnificent views of Geiranger and Blåbreen glacier. The tour will normally take you up the Eagle Road (Ørnevegen), round Eagle Bend (Ørnesvingen), and up to the viewpoint Flydalsjuvet and then the road up to Dalsnibba, Nibberoad (Nibbevegen). Well there is only one way and it is Kodak moments all the way.
It is an excursion away and will be at least 2 hours. Perfect to then see the village. Take a look here. MARELLA Cruises to GEIRANGER
Tours on the Fjord can be organised by the ship and they will normally offer Kayaking or Rib tours. New Marella Explorer sets sale in a new direction for TUI cruises