Geiranger is a small, picturesque tourist village situated at the end of the famous Geirangerfjord, a branch of the Storfjord. The Geirangerfjord, due to its breathtaking beauty, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005.
The first cruise boat visited Geiranger in 1869. These days over 200 cruise ships visit Geiranger during every summer, which has made this village Norway’s second largest port after Bergen.
You will find yourself surrounded by green mountain sides, snowy peaks and waterfalls. Although the village itself is tiny, there is much to explore. Experience the Eagle Road with its 11 hairpin bends and a beautiful platform next to the last bend from where you can see a.o. the waterfall Seven Sisters, Mount Dalsnibba (about 1500 m above sea level) for the most spectacular view over the fjord, hike up the challenging Mount Westerås or visit the goat cheese farm Herdal.