Cruise offers close and long looks at Norway's fjords
Updated : 2019-08-08 11:51:22
In a journey full of waterfalls, an impressive cascade is just around the bend in Norway's famous fjords. Whether it's the popular Seven Sisters, toppling 820 feet (250 meters) down the stone walls of renowned Geirangerfjord, or the huge flow rushing along the nearby village of Hellesylt, melting snow brings a major display of falling water. A trip on a cruise ship in spring and summer provides a close view of the high cliffs that tower over the narrow inlets. Unlike cruises that spend long periods at sea between ports, a trip through Norway's fjords provides ever-changing scenery, with no need for a strenuous hike.