Hellesylt, Norway
Departure
English
Language
Easy
Difficulty
0+
Age

The Best of Geiranger from Hellesylt

On the full day excursion The Best of Geiranger 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. On our way to Geiranger, we will pass the beautiful lake of Oppstryn and take a short break at Jostedalsbreen Nasjonalparksenter, where you can learn more about glaciers. On our way to Geiranger we will also make a short photo stop at the Øvstefossen Waterfall. You’ll reach four highlights: Flydalsjuvet (one of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints); the spectacular Djupvatn lake, the top of the famous mountain Dalsnibba at the altitude of 1500 m above sea level, and the spectacular Eagle Bend with great views of the Geiranger village, the Geirangerfjord and the Seven Sisters Waterfall. The tour includes the drive up the serpentine Eagle Road with great photo opportunities of the Geirangerfjord. Finally, we will start the return back to Hellesylt where your cruise ship will be waiting.
*Order of sights might vary.

Note that if weather conditions are not favorable, Mt.Dalsnibba will be substituted with a different highlight that Geiranger offers.

Our excursions are adapted to arrival and departure times of cruise ships. Modified departure times will be announced in advance.

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).

Appearance time 15 minutes prior to departure. It is of utmost importance that you kindly register correct mobile number with country code, so that we can reach you in case you have trouble finding us. There will be no refunds if we cannot reach you on your registered contact number.
 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
Hellesylt
MEETING POINT
Hellesylt Cruise Pier / Coop Marked Hellesylt. Very short walk from the pier to the bus a Hellesyltvegen 45-47. Kindly be at the meeting point 15 minutes prior to departure.
DURATION
Approx. 7 hours
MIN/MAX PERSONS
1/48
Difficulty
Easy
TO WEAR
In the mountains it might be considerably colder, so be bring a warm jacket and suitable shoes.
LANGUAGE
English. If there is availability we add a second language pending on passenger mix. (No guarantee.)
INCLUDED Free cancellation until 24 hours prior to departure.
Bus.
Live guide.
If there is availability we add a second language pending on passenger mix. (No guarantee.)
Admission fee to Dalsnibba private road.
Back in time guarantee for cruise ship passengers.
EXCLUDED Lunch.
MINIMUM AGE 0
INFANT/CHILD/ADULT PAYMENT
  • Infant: 0-2 (Free)
  • Child: 4-15
  • Adult: 16+

 

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Photo Credits:

  • Mattias Fredriksson / www.fjordnorway.com
  • Visitalesund - Øyvind Kåre Sunde
  • Arne Inge Tryggestad/DGT
  • Destinasjon Geirangerfjord/Arne Inge Tryggestad
     

 

  1. Via Stryn and Oppstryn Lake to Jostedalbreen National Park Center
  2. Øvstefossen Waterfall - photo stop
  3. Mt. Dalsnibba Skywalk - photo stop. Majestic mountain with the highest fjord view from a road. It is located at the end of the Geiranger valley, approx. 22 kilometres south of the village of Geiranger and the Geirangerfjorden.The peak has an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level.
  4. Djupvatn Lake - photo stop. Spectacular mountain lake. It lies at the altitude of 1030 meters above sea level and is at least 188 meters deep. The lake is normally covered with ice, depending on the temperature and on the season, the ice usually melts around mid of June/July.
  5. Flydal Gorge Viewpoint - photo stop. Majestic views overlooking the Geirangerfjord. One of Norway’s most photographed touristic icons. When visiting Geiranger, this is the definitive must-see!
  6. Eagle Bend with views to Seven Sisters Waterfalls - photo stop. The 11 hairpin bend serpentine road ascends all the way up to the Eagle Bend offering great views of the fjord and photo opportunities of the Seven Sisters Waterfalls.