A small fjord (only 20 km long) is a delightful landscape. The Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO world heritage site, is one of the most visited fjords of Norway. Local activities: fishing, paddle boats, rafting, horseback riding and summer skiing in Stryn.
Gudvangen and Geiranger, two villages in the Central part of the fjords — one of the most popular in Scandinavia cruise ships.
The most amazing views of the fjord opens with floating in the air rock Flydalsjuvet — almost “at the threshold to heaven.” Other famous local attractions — waterfalls “Bridal Veil” and “Seven sisters” falling from somewhere in the dense forests directly to the mirror surface of the fjord.