2 Day Geiranger Fjord Kayak Adventure | Norway Adventures
Get the chance to paddle the fjords and spend the night in the Norwegian wilderness on this Geirangerfjord kayak adventure. The UNESCO World Heritage listed Geirangerfjord has so much to offer, one day simply is not enough. This kayaking trip through the stunning Geirangerfjord has it all; paddle past the famous suitor and seven sisters waterfalls , hikes up steep cliffs, campfires with stunning views, Norwegian culture and heritage on century-old farms, and the humbling enormity of the fjord landscape.
All meals, starting with lunch on day one and ending with lunch on day two
The services of an experienced Norway Adventures guide throughout the trip
Basic paddle and safety instructions before starting your trip
One-night wild camping and the use of all camping gear (except sleeping bag)
All kayak equipment (single or double kayaks, paddles, paddle vest, 20L dry bag
Sleeping bag (3 seasons) rental, 250 NOK per person. It can be booked as an add-on when using the ‘book now button’. We do advise you to bring your own travel sheet/liner to put inside the sleeping bag.
Any kayak specific clothing such as dry suit, kayaking pants, etc
Costs occurring in case of dramatic changes of the trip and/or in case of extremely bad weather (eg staying at a camping place or cabin, bus transportation if we have to skip a leg and start from another point the next day)
Dates & location
In the summer of 2020, two Geirangerfjord kayak adventures have been confirmed for departure:
June 16 – 17
July 30 – 31
If you would like to request another date, please feel free to contact us
Start: day 1, 10.30 (am) in Hellesylt (or by exception in Geiranger (waterfront Geiranger Camping).
Finish: day 2, between 16.00 and 18.00 (4 and 6 pm) in Hellesylt (or by exception Geiranger)
The price for 1 person (15+) is 3050 NOK
The price for a child (12-15) is 1850 NOK
If you want to rent a sleeping bag (3 seasons), it is 250 nok per person. Can be booked as an add-on when using the ‘book now button’. We do advice you to bring your own travel sheet/liner to put inside the sleeping bag.