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2.5 hr Guided Fjord Kayak Tour

Duration: 2.5 hours. This tour features  -Troll myths, waterfalls, and a goat farm -  and is perfect for those who are new to kayaking or only have a few hours to enjoy paddling on our famous fjord. We start at the kayak base at Homlong and paddle down the fjord  to enjoy views of the many spectacular waterfalls such as Gjerdefossen, Bringefossen, and often, the Seven Sisters. The guide will take good care of you and tell you all interesting facts about the Geirangerfjord and the surroundings. Remember to bring a camera to capture the stunning scenery and amazing views, you only get from the cockpit of a kayak.

Duration: 2,5 hours. *depends on the groups physical ability and the weather conditions on the day.

Price: NOK 1045,- (adult), NOK 830,- (child 10-15) *minimum 10 yr.
Please Note: each child (10-15 years) must be accompanied by an adult of 18 years or older. This accompanying adult must be prepared to do all the paddling in a double kayak as it is often that the child will have little or no effective paddling effect.

Departure times: Every day - click booking to see times and availability.

Meeting point: Geiranger Kayak center at Homlong.

Included services:

  • Experienced guide with safety and emergency equipment
  • Instruction in paddling technique and safety briefing
  • High quality kayak gear (life vest, spray skirt, paddle)
  • Small group of maximum 10 people per guide

Safety note: Sea kayaking has inherent risks and can be dangerous. In the Geirangerfjord, they are characterised by: remoteness, changing weather and water conditions, cold water and limited kayaking landing sites. Detailed risk management and strict safety procedures are mandatory. However changing conditions can mean that tours have to be modified. No two tours are the same. It is very rare but weather could delay your scheduled return by up to 30 min e.g. Clients on guided tours must listen carefully to and follow guides' instructions and adhere to safety requirements.

Each individual cannot be more than 100kg, or have hips wider than 40cm, or be taller than 200cm. Anyone who cannot sit upright on the floor with their legs straight out in front of them (flexibility) will likely find this uncomfortable.
Please don’t wear Jeans as they are heavy and cold when wet.

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What to bring


Kayaking within this designated world heritage area is unbeatable - but often encounters a variety of weather. Therefore we advice you to dress in layers and bring along the following things to make sure you are suitably equipped for your trip:

  • Comfortable outdoor clothing, including rain jacket
  • Soft shoes or sandals (they might get wet)
  • Change of clothes and an extra pair of shoes. Your clothes and shoes may get sprayed by the fjord water when you paddle. It’s always good to have the option to change after the tour.
  • Warm socks
  • Plastic bag for wet gear
  • Sun cream, sun hat and sun glasses
  • An adequate amount of drinking water
  • Camera (at best disposable or waterproof)




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