The best way to take in some of the most impressive scenery Norway has to offer is by ship.
Towering rock faces, thundering waterfalls and deep blue water contribute to making the Geiranger Fjord one of Norway’s most beautiful - and well-known. It winds its way some 15 kilometers between steep mountainsides and sheer cliffs. In 2005, the fjord was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. In summer, the Geiranger Fjord is navigated by cruise ships of the Hurtigruten, among others. Another alternative is the Hellesylt-Geiranger ferry.