- Without doubt the best way to see the Geiranger Fjord
- Some of the most beautiful scenery in Scandinavia
Even in a region that’s blessed with seriously dramatic scenery, Norway’s Geiranger Fjord is something special. The narrow, deep blue fjord is lined with steep rock walls down which waterfalls such as ‘The Suitor’ and ‘The Seven Sisters’ plunge. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that sees thousands of visitors arrive every day to explore on dozens of cruise ships. But there’s absolutely no better way of admiring this extravagant natural beauty than with a helicopter flight over Geiranger, the village at the end of the fjord.
Take off for a relaxed and leisurely flight above the fjord, the glaciers and the jagged snowcapped peaks. The panoramas are astonishing as you fly the length of the lush green Geirangerfjord, rising up from sea level into the mountains. See Mt. Dalsnibba, cascading falls, and glaciers cut with crevasses and ice falls. You’ll avoid the crowds, and get views a thousand times better than anyone else. Note that this Geirangerfjord helicopter flight is only available in the summer months, when the landscape is at its most magnificent.