Private royal sightseeing! Your stop in Norway would not be complete without a scenic excursion through the cliffsides and waterfalls of Geiranger Fjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005 as well as the inspiration for the Disney movie Frozen's setting in 2013.
A unique private option just for you and your group of friends or family for up to 4 participants. Step in the footsteps of the Norwegian Royal Family and take in the amazing sights. Once you meet your guide at your Geiranger cruise port, you will be driven along the twisting lanes of the spectacular Eagle Road with 11 hairpins bends to the very pinnacle where you will have the chance to take in the breathtaking view of the Seven Sisters Waterfall. This natural waterscape is made up of 7 individual streams with the tallest measuring 250 meters (820 ft) free fall.
Your next stop will be Flydalsjuvet for yet another stunning overlook centered around the "Chair" inaugurated by Queen Sonja, the current queen consort of Norway. This place is very well known since it offers impressive views over Geiranger and Geirangerfjorden. Have your camera ready, you don't want to miss capturing this beautiful scenery!
The day's picturesque sojourns haven't ended yet because the following stop at Djupvatnet Lake will absolutely amaze you. This 2-square-kilometer (0.77 sq mi) lake lies at 1,016 meters (3,333 ft) above sea level so make sure you are bundled up.
Undoubtedly, all this sightseeing will have helped you work up an appetite. Your next stop is for some authentic traditional Norwegian cuisine (please note the price of lunch is not included). Once refreshed you will be taken to the Union Hotel for a promenade along the wild Geiranger river and you don't want to miss the powerful Storfossen (waterfall).
At the end of your day, your driver will take you back to your Geiranger cruise terminal.
Discover a different side of Geiranger with this Private Excursion. Visit places the Royal Norwegian family visits when in the town and you'll also enjoy the breathtaking views of the area. Bring your camera and enjoy!