Geiranger, Norway

Geiranger is a tender port – Ships have to anchor off Geiranger and tender passengers ashore by boat. When tendering is required, guests using mobility devices will not be transferred into or out of the tender. Many tender ports do not provide wheelchair access so even if the guest can board the tender they may not be able to disembark ashore. Again the shore-side facilities, movement of the tender, weather and tidal conditions can also preclude tendering.

Geiranger, Norway

Geiranger is a small village in Sunnmøre, on the western part of Norway in Scandinavia.

Geiranger is surrounded with mountains and waterfalls and due to it’s largely unspoilt beauty, Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO world heritage site.

Dalsnibba Mountain Plateau offers an amazing, unobstructed view of the entire valley all the way down to the water.

The Seven Sisters waterfall has 7 separate trails cascading off the side of the sheer cliffs. Get up close with a boat excursion or hire a kayak.

The disabled cruiser visiting Geiranger 

Where You’re Docked

Geiranger is an anchorage port. Passengers transfer to shore via ship’s tender.

Cruise ships anchor and passengers are tendered ashore within a few minutes.

Toilets, currency exchange, shops and telephones are located near to the tender drop off.

A ‘hop on/hop off’ shuttle bus, taxis and car hire are also close by.

Good to Know

Heavy traffic 

Getting Around

On foot: 

By car: 

By bus:

Currency & Best Way to Get Money

The official currency is the Norwegian Krone.


The official language in Geiranger 


The tiny village has a few souvenir shops selling items such as knitwear, painted woodwork, furry toys and trolls.

Salmon, trout and cod dishes as well as international options are available on menus.

Points of Interest

  • Geiranger – a seven-

Geiranger Accessible Excursions

Whether your cruise ship stops in 

Geiranger Accessible Guided Tour

This 4 hour accessible