On time back to the ship
Geiranger the Traditional Herdal Goat Farm
Shore excursion of the category „Landscape & Nature“
Immerse yourself in the landscape of UNESCO World Heritage site Geirangerfjord. Gain fantastic impressions and enjoy breathtaking view. Get to know the Norwegian summer farm Herdal and try delicious homemade products.
Overview of the highlights
- Bus drive over the famous Eagle road
- Photostop with a view of the „Seven sisters“
- Photostop at Eidsdal lake
- Visit to Herdal summer farm
You will meet your tour guide at the agreed meeting point and start your shore excursion today at Geiranger. Beautiful natural landscapes await you on this trip!
Experience the famous Eagle road with its 11 hairpin curves and enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful view out of the majestic Geirangerfjord and with its diverse waterfalls, including the renowned „Seven Sisters“. You will then finally understand why this Fjord is listed as one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Driving along the Eidsdal Lake, which is well-known as a good place for trout fishing, we will continue on the road to the idyllic Herdal summer farm, where you will find many goats, cows and fjord horses. This farm has been running for over 300 years. The owners of the farm and their staff will gladly give you information about the farm and invite you to try their delicious home-made goat cheese. On the farm there is also the possibility to buy homemade products as a souvenir for your friends and family back home.
Finally on the bus drive back to Geiranger, you will have plenty of time to recall your experiences today!
We wish you a great shore excursion in Geiranger and its surroundings!
adjusted to your layover (you will be told the exact time)
Easy (panoramic tour with walks)
|What to bring|
Weather-proof clothing, comfortable, solid shoes and something to drink. Don\\\\’t forget your camera and sunscreen.
|Services not included|
|Min. number of participants|
This tour requires a minimum of 6 passengers to run.
This is a shared tour. Due to logistical reasons groups may get up to 46 people in exceptional cases.