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Geiranger: Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Trip

1. Geiranger: Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Trip

With our many years of experience, we have learned that Mt. Dalsnibba on many occasions is covered in fog and clouds with almost zero visibility and unhappy passengers. This tour doesn’t climb higher than 1.038 meters above sea level to the charming and beatiful Djupvatn Lake. However, on days when visibility is good, you will be able to see the Dalsnibba Skywalk from the bus. On this excursion you will experience a fantastic bus tour through a landscape of majestic mountains, gorgeous waterfalls and beautiful lakes. One of our experienced guides will give you all the information about Geiranger and the UNESCO World Heritage area. You’ll reach four highlights: Flydalsjuvet (one of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints); the beautiful Djupvatn Lake, the spectacular Eagle Road, and the idyllic Eidsdal Lake in the mountains between Geiranger and the neighbour town of Eidsdal. Back to ship guarantee for cruise line passengers provided that information regarding name of cruise ship is registered when you book (official tour time must end 1 hour before ship’s departure).

Ålesund: Ålesund and Surrounding Islands Audio Guide Tour

2. Ålesund: Ålesund and Surrounding Islands Audio Guide Tour

Explore Ålesund and its surroundings with a guide and learn about the history and culture of the region. Visit landmarks including a 12th-century church, a local lighthouse, and a lookout point all on one tour. Meet your driver and head to the island of Giske. Visit the Giske Church, a 12th-century church built from white marble, located approximately 10km from the Ålesund city center. Head across the water to the island of Alnes. See views of the Atlantic ocean as you explore the fishing island. Stop at Alnes Fyr, a local lighthouse with a cafe. Spend some time in Alnes Fyr Cafe, where you can purchase coffee and snacks. The last stop is the Aksla viewpoint. Here you can take in panoramic views of the city and archipelago. You can stop here to have a coffee or something to eat at Fjellstua restaurant. If you wish to go to the city center, you can end the tour at the viewpoint. Otherwise, you will be taken back to the tour starting point.

Geiranger: Bus Tour w/ Multilingual Audio Guide

3. Geiranger: Bus Tour w/ Multilingual Audio Guide

The Geiranger Highlights tour will lead you to discover two of the most famous viewpoints of Geiranger: Flydalsjuvet and the Eagle Bend. Flydalsjuvet is a magnificent gorge, with an amazing view over the Geirangerfjord and the UNESCO World Heritage area. It is located at the altitude of approx. 330 meters above sea level and the canyon is 70 meters deep. This is one of the most photographed highlights of Norway. Descending the Geiranger road and passing through the village once more, 11 hairpin bends will take you to the Eagle Bend, the last turn of the Eagle Road at the altitude of 515 meters above sea level, with a spectacular view over the Geirangerfjord, the village and the Seven Sisters Waterfall. The name of the road and the bend comes from the fact that in the past the eagles used to fly

Geiranger Fjord: Double Kayak Rental

4. Geiranger Fjord: Double Kayak Rental

See Norway's famous Geiranger Fjord from a spectacular perspective on a self-guided 3-hour kayak tour. Enjoy a safety briefing as you pick up your kayak and gear before setting off along the cool waters of the fjord, encircled by tall mountains. Take your time and stop to admire the dramatic landscape surrounding you, and snap a few unforgettable pictures along the way. Paddle up close to the roaring Seven Sisters Waterfall in just 1.5 hours and discover some of the oldest farms of the region dotted along the shores.

Geiranger Fjord: Downhill Self-Guided Bike Tour

5. Geiranger Fjord: Downhill Self-Guided Bike Tour

Experience Norway's stunning nature and striking fjords on a self-guided downhill bike tour from the picturesque Geiranger village. Meet in Geiranger for a safety talk, and to be kitted out with your bike and equipment before being driven up the mountain to your iconic starting point 1,030-meters above sea level: the Djupvatnet Lake. Take in the majestic surrounding scenery as you cycle your way down the fjord's sinuous roads. Make sure to stop once in a while to snap some memorable pictures — especially at the famous Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, which offers some of the best views of the area.

From Ålesund: Private Day Trip to Geirangerfjord

6. From Ålesund: Private Day Trip to Geirangerfjord

Immerse yourself in Norway's dramatic natural landscapes on this day trip. After getting picked up from your hotel in Ålesund, begin the journey to Hellesylt, passing through the industrial town of Stranda and the Sykkylven mountain region along the way. In Hellesylt, take a ferry to Geiranger. Lunch and snacks are available to purchase onboard. Learn all about Geirangerfjord from the onboard audio guide and get the opportunity to see the famous waterfalls. After disembarking from the ferry, stop in the village of Geiranger. Later, travel along the "Eagle Road" to Eidsdal. Hop on another ferry and travel to Linge, enjoying more panoramic views along the way. On the way back to Ålesund, witness the most breathtaking places on the fjord, including snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls, and lush, green vegetation.

Alesund: 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour

7. Alesund: 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour

Create your dream tour of Alesund which you can customize according to your wants and needs. Discover the city's famous Art Nouveau architecture, surrounded by mountains, picturesque mountains, and fjords. Explore the city at your own pace and pick and choose which sights interest you most. You could choose to go for a stroll around "Little Venice" and learn about the poverty which previously besieged the city and how it has transformed itself into a prosperous and modern city. Next, head to the summit of the Aksla mountain to admire panoramic views of Alesund and its surroundings. Marvel at the colorful houses, Sunnmore Mountain Range and the myriad of picturesque islands. Finally, visit a house that survived a fire that engulfed the city in flames and learn how this wooden house managed to survive.

Trollstigen: Troll Road Private Tour

8. Trollstigen: Troll Road Private Tour

Begin with a hike to the Troll Road viewpoint. Try to meet the trolls and find a rainbow. Along the way, see waterfalls and mountains. Listen to music and feel a great atmosphere.  Next, drive along Trollstigen, which is undoubtedly more dramatic than most people are used to. However, what is special about driving in Norway is that people live just about everywhere. Even on the narrowest mountain ledge or small crag, there will be a house. This trip will bring you to the Valldal, which is famous for delicious strawberries. 

Geiranger: Private Briksdal Day Trip with Fjords & Scenery

9. Geiranger: Private Briksdal Day Trip with Fjords & Scenery

Experience an incredible Nordic adventure on this private, guided day trip. Travel by car along Gamle Strynefjellsveg Road through a unique, serene wilderness guaranteed to take your breath away. Embark on a fairy tale-like adventure amongst pristine, green water lakes. Marvel at awe-inspiring glaciers so beautiful, they can only be described as cinematic. Enjoy a peaceful picnic in perfectly untouched nature. Travel by small cars through Briksdal, as they make the winding roads of the mountain more intimate and exciting. Reach the high view point of Dalsnibba, towering 1500 meters above sea level. Take in the indescribable views of Geiranger, an absolute pearl in the center of Norway's fjords.

Alesund: Private Tour to the Viking Islands

10. Alesund: Private Tour to the Viking Islands

After meeting with your guide, you will be delivered to the summit of Aksla Mountain. There you can enjoy the fantastic view of gorgeous Alesund with its unusual architectural style, as you listen to your clever guide and learn some fascinating stories about your next destination. Next, you will follow the numerous sub-sea tunnels to your next destination, the Viking island of Giske. This is the birthplace of the famous Viking Rollon, who was the ancestor of the British Royal Family. You will then visit the Viking's island of Godoy and the old fishing village of Alnes (which has the legendary lighthouse from the Viking's epoch). Next, proceed to the Viking's island of Vigra, where you will learn about great Viking's heritage and explore the outermost island in the archipelago of Viking's clan Giske. Following your tour, you will be delivered to your tour meeting point in Alesund, or any other place within the Old City.

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What people are saying about Møre og Romsdal County

Very nice tour, super nice driver and enough time to see everything. It was particularly beautiful at the top of the lighthouse. Thanks for a really nice tour.

Entertaining trip with a nice driver. Too bad that the church could not be visited, but we had the lighthouse to ourselves.

Great tour, very nice guide. We were in wonderful places all to ourselves. Can only recommend.

Very nice driver who showed and explained everything to us. We can only recommend. great tour