Geiranger, Fjord, Ports
View from the eagle road in Geiranger. Photo: Visitnorway.com

Geirangerfjord's splendour is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and on most travellers' "must see" list in Norway. The Norwegian fjord landscape constantly tops lists of the world's most beautiful places, and the Geirangerfjord is the queen of these fjords.

Along the fjords, people have clung to steep slopes or mountain ledges as in the Geiranger Fjords, and you can sail with Havila Voyages through this cultural landscape that tells us about people's ability to make a living almost no matter how steep it is around them. 

It was warm on the sunny slopes, and it was even possible to grow heat-loving plants such as tomatoes and apricots here. There were salmon in the fjord, and further inland there was room for sheep and goats. Parents had to resign themselves to tying very young children with ropes when they were playing to ensure that they did not fall off the cliff.

In summer and autumn, the trip to Geiranger departs from Ålesund on the northbound voyage.

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Havila ship sailing in the azure blue Geiranger fjord with steep green sides and a partly cloudy sky.

Our summer voyages to Geiranger

North- and southboundRound Voyage

Bergen → Kirkenes → Bergen

Havila ship sailing in the azure blue Geiranger fjord with steep green sides and a partly cloudy sky.
12 days

NorthboundVoyage North

Bergen → Kirkenes

Atlantic Ocean road connected by bridges on small islands.
7 days

NorthboundThe Magical Fjords of Norway

Bergen → Trondheim

Geiranger og de syv søstre.
3 days

All our voyages

Top 3 things to do

Norsk Fjordsenter, center for the Unesco World Heritage in Geiranger. Photo: fjordcenter.com

Fjordcenter

The Norwegian Fjord Centre is a thriving visitor and education hub for the West Norwegian Fjords – the only area in Norway inscribed on UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage List for its natural significance. You can watch movies and in the exhibition you can also feel the cold wind from the avalanche that rages down the mountainside.

A lot of snow around the road to Dalsnibba even though it is summer. Photo: Destinasjon Ålesund & Sunnmøre

Dalsnibba

Drive to the top of Dalsnibba, 1,500 metres above sea level. This is Europe’s highest fjord view from the road. You can see fjords and mountains and the whole wild and beautiful world heritage landscape. And on the way up there are places you can throw snowballs, even well into the summer.

People enjoying the view from Skageflå to the Seven sisters waterfall. Photo: Terje Rakke

Skageflå

A steep hike up the side of Geirangerfjord to the Skagefla. An abandoned, but well-maintaned farm on a mountain ledge with magnificent views of mountains and waterfalls. This is the place where both the world heritage status and a royal silver wedding have been celebrated.

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