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A woman looking down on the Geirangerfjord while hiking
A white wooden house with a terrace in Geiranger
A man and a woman wearing backpacks looking at an old house in Geiranger
Old wooden houses next to the Geirangerfjord with steep mountains in the background
A tent and four campers on a cliff above Geirangerfjord
A woman and a man hiking up a steep hill from the Geirangerfjord
A woman and a man looking at the mountains on a fjord cruise on the Geirangerfjord
Four women taking a selfie on a ferry in Geiranger
A woman hiking on a cliff with views to Geirangerfjord and waterfalls
A group of tourists on a ferry deck in the Geirangerfjord
People walking in Geiranger town centre
A woman and a man sitting on a wharf by the Geirangerfjord watching a ferry sailing

Fjord Cruise Geirangerfjord

Welcome on board to discover the famous Geirangerfjord. The 1 hours and 5 minutes’ long fjord cruise between Geiranger and Hellesylt is not only a scenic way to travel, but also gives a good introduction to the UNESCO World Heritage listed fjord.

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A woman standing on deck on a fjord cruise on the Geirangerfjord looking at the seven sister's waterfall.

Fjord cruise between Geiranger and Hellesylt

The Geirangerfjord is on a lot of people’s bucket list and a must to see when travelling in Western Norway, and the best way to do this is by boat. It takes 1 hour and 5 minutes to sail through the 15-kilometre-long branch of the Storfjord going from Hellesylt to Geiranger, and you will have the best views to the fantastic scenery the whole journey.

The route is operated by traditional car ferries, perfect for you who are on road trip in the fjord region and want to bring your vehicle on board. On board there is a café selling light meals such as the traditional pancakes called “svele” and hot and cold beverages. Passengers are welcome to go outside on deck, and the audio guide on board tells the stories about the area and the sights you pass by.

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Timetable: Fjord Cruise Geirangerfjord 2024.pdf

All pre-booked vehicles and their passengers must be present in the correct line at the departure pier 20min prior to scheduled departure time. Later arrivals cannot be guaranteed for transport.

DURATION: 1 hour

Cultural/ Historical
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Discover the famous Geirangerfjord

Drone photo of Skageflå farm, the Geirangerfjord and Knivsflå waterfall in summer.

The UNESCO listed fjord landscape

When you see it, there is no wonder why the Geirangerfjord is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. The fjord is surrounded by a pristine landscape of steep, tall mountains and cascading waterfalls such as the Knivsflå waterfalls which is known as the Seven Sisters and the the Suitor. The small farms you can see clinging to the mountain sides, seems almost uninhabitable. They have stayed more or less untouched in modern times and are only accessible by boat and foot.

Together with the Nærøyfjord, the Geirangerfjord has been on the World Heritage List since 2005 as West Norwegian Fjords. According to UNESCO, the two fjords are considered as archetypical fjord landscapes and among the most scenically outstanding anywhere.  

A woman sitting on a plateau above the Geirangerfjord. A boat sailing and a cascading waterfall below her.
A woman standing under a shower from a waterfall in Geiranger.

Explore Geiranger

While a cruise on the fjord is the main highlight, take the time to explore the charming village when you are in Geiranger. In the main street you find small individual stores selling locally produced items, such as mouth-watering chocolate. Fossestien is a path following the impressive waterfall from the fjord up to Hotel Union Geiranger. At the top you can pay a visit to the Norwegian Fjord Centre to learn more about the geology of the landscape and culture by the fjord.

There are several viewpoints in the hills above the town centre with spectacular views towards the fjord. If you do not have your own car to take you there, opt to hire an electrical bicycle or eMobility car from the town centre. Read more about what to do in Geiranger here.

Ørnesvingen viewpoint above the Geirangerfjord
A man and a woman looking down on Geiranger on a light summer evening


Fjord Cruise Geirangerfjord 2024.pdf

Car package: 5 pax, incl. car up to 6 m:

  • Note! When booking a vehicle, the driver is included in the price!
  • Note! “Car Package & driver”, by booking 1 unit, you will have tickets for 1 car, the driver, and up to 4 passengers.

Practical info

Cars and coaches can travel on the tourist car ferries, but capacity is limited, and we advise to book the vehicle space in advance.

For coach booking please contact us.

All pre-booked vehicles and their passengers must be present in the correct line at the departure pier 20min prior to scheduled departure time. Later arrivals cannot be guaranteed for transport.

On board

To optimise your fjord experience,
– download the Voice of Norway app. Available on Geirangerfjord

Food & beverages

  • The  onboard café serves hot and cold drinks
  • Variety of pastries and sandwiches
  • Please note: it is not allowed to consume drinks and food on board that is not purchased on the vessel




Please note that The Fjords DA reserves the right to alternate vessels in its fleet due to weather conditions, capacity and maintenance. Note that changes can occur at short notice. Other vessels might not have the same level of accessibility for wheelchair users and other people with accessibility aids. Information about our operating vessels can be obtained by contacting our call centre: (+47) 57 63 14 00

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