Kayaking Seven Sisters Waterfall in Geirangerfjord

Photo from Geirangerfjord Service
Enjoy a gentle kayaking tour paddling down the UNESCO World Heritage Site Geirangerfjord. First, discover the region's beauty from a unique vantage point in comfortable double or single kayaks. Then, you’ll leisurely make your way to the viewing point of the area’s famous Seven Sisters Waterfall, where you can stop and take photos.

A guide will lead you carefully through the fjord while sharing interesting facts about the region and its surroundings. Enjoy tales of local history and folklore, and learn more about the fjord’s geologic origins. Along the way, savor the scenery as you pass rocky cliffsides, dense forests, and abandoned mountain farms.

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