Voyage to the Pearl of the North
It is hard to imagine more majestic scenery than this – truly nature at its glorious best.
Sail up the fjord all the way to its head and the tiny village of Geiranger, dwarfed by the towering snow-capped peaks that surround it.
There will be many magical moments along the way, perhaps the most spectacular being views of the Seven Sisters Waterfall, spilling hundreds of thousands of gallons of water into the fjord from an incredible height of 5,000 feet. Directly opposite is the Suitor Waterfall, so far having no luck in seducing any of the sisters.
This magnificent peak provides the view that made Norway and its many fjords famous. Travel up the mountain on a winding road with over 36 bends to feast your eyes on the spectacular vista. Even in July the roads can be lined by walls of snow up to 20 feet high!
Stretching nearly 10 miles inland, this breathtaking fjord is truly a sight to see. Fed by numerous waterfalls, including the Seven Sisters, the Suitor and the Bridal Veil, the sheer magnificence of the surroundings can dwarf even the largest of cruise vessels.
Climb up the winding mountain road offering an ever-changing kaleidoscope of mountain farms, waterfalls, lakes, and streams to the small village of Geiranger. From Lake Djupvatn, continue up the hairpin road to the summit of Mount Dalsnibba, for a spectacular view of the Geirangerfjord and the magnificent mountain peaks all around.About Shore Excursions +Book Now +
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