Enjoy an unforgettable look at Norway's scenic beauty during a breathtaking kayak ride along the Geirangerfjord. Since 2005, the Geirangerfjord has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it's easy to see why. Truly a masterpiece of nature, its description as the world's most beautiful fjord is no exaggeration. It is here amidst this dramatic mountain magic that you will experience some of Norway's most spectacular sea kayaking.
A guide will meet you at the pier to escort you on the brief walk to nearby Geiranger Camping, and your kayak. No experience is required to participate in this tour; your highly-trained guides will teach you all you need to know. After receiving a safety briefing and paddling instructions, you'll slip on your life jacket, board your very stable and seaworthy kayak, and set-off on what many might consider to be the perfect adventure.
Geiranger's location near the end of the long fjord enables you to glide along the steep mountain walls, where the sunshine highlights their incomparable beauty. You'll see thundering waterfalls that include the Seven Sisters and Bridal Veil. The scenery here is truly magnificent and a kayak is, without a doubt, the best way to experience Mother Nature's overpowering and commanding presence in Geiranger Fjord. The fjord basin curves between towering mountain peaks so it is virtually free from wind - a beautiful and peaceful place every day of the year.
After approximately 2 - 2 1/2 hours in the kayak, you'll return to the kayak base in Geiranger and make your own way back to the tender pier.
Please note: Previous kayaking experience is not required but those taking part in this tour should be in good physical condition and be good swimmers. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those guests with mobility concerns or back problems. Life jackets are compulsory and are provided for all guests. Guests should dress in layers and wear waterproof and windproof clothing and footwear. Two-person kayaks are used on the tour and the minimum age for participation is 6 years and minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.