|Departure (1 May 2020 - 24 May 2020)|
|Friday - Sunday||09:00||- 17:30|
|Departure (25 May 2020 - 31 May 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:00||- 17:30|
|Departure (1 June 2020 - 31 Aug 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||08:00||- 18:00|
|Departure (1 Sept 2020 - 6 Sept 2020)|
|Tuesday - Sunday||09:00||- 17:30|
|Departure (7 Sept 2020 - 31 Oct 2020)|
|Friday - Sunday||09:00||- 17:30|
* For a guaranteed ticket, and for stops at Stranda and Sjøholt, book online at www.geirangerfjord.no.
Standard tickets are available for purchase at the pier 15 minutes before departure. (but be aware the boat can be sold out)
Children 4-15 years 50% discount from adult ticket price
Children less than 4 years 90% discount from ticket price
Discover the traditional way to travel along the fjords, like the locals used to do, when the Fjord was the main highway of transportation. It is around 120 km from Ålesund to Geiranger via 3 different Fjords with spectacular landscapes. #3fjords3hours
Our brand new vessel has been specifically designed in Norway to enhance the Fjord sightseeing experience. MS Geirangerfjord II is the perfect size to cater for individuals and groups en route from Ålesund to Geiranger. We have the flexibility to make stops along the way, so you can see how people traditionally travelled to Geiranger before the roads.
Our newly developed and unique audio guide for this journey (Norwegian and English) has been locally written to gather lost stories of the fjord farms and areas only accessible by boat.
Enjoy 3 hours on our boat with a cup of coffee and a snack while travelling from the ocean to the fjord (Ålesund - Geiranger) or the other way around. You have the option to just go for a day trip to Geiranger, returning the same afternoon. The timing gives you several hours to enjoy the beautiful village of Geiranger. Here you can enjoy a nice lunch or go for a short sightseeing tour by bus, taxi, e-car, or e-bike. With these you can take in the closest viewpoints Eagle bend or Flydalsjuvet or why not visit Dalsnibba/skywalk?
You can also stay a couple days in Geiranger and take the boat back another day. We can help to organise your stay here and to plan some activities, or alternatively you can just relax in a Hotel spa and have a good meal in one of the many cafe/restaurants in town.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult one way ticket||NOK675.00 per person|
|Adult return ticket||NOK1,160.00 per person|
|Children 5-15 years one way ticket||NOK340.00 1 day|
|Children 5-15 years return ticket||NOK580.00 1 day|
|Stranda - Ålesund and reverse one way ticket||NOK475.00 1 day|
|Stranda - Ålesund and reverse return ticket||NOK960.00 1 day|
|Stranda - Geiranger and reverse one way ticket||NOK475.00 1 day|
|Stranda - Geiranger and reverse return ticket||NOK960.00 1 day|
For a guaranteed ticket, and stops in Stranda and Sjøholt book online at www.geirangerfjord.no. Tickets are also available for purchase at the pier 15 minutes before departure.
Children 4-15 years 50% discount from adult price
Children less than 4 years 90% discount from adult price
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