If you’re planning to embark on a Norway fjords cruise, Geirangerfjord will definitely impress. Featured in the photo above, this fjord is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s also claimed to be the world’s most beautiful fjord and could easily top your list of things to see on a Norway cruise. It has a depth of nearly 1,640 feet (500 meters) below the surface. Above the water, the fjord’s walls shoot up three times as much.
Dependent on your itinerary, you may want to wake up early to soak up the sights as you cruise along the fjord for nine miles to Geiranger, a small Norwegian village. Relish the views from the comfort of your balcony or head up to one of the decks with fellow passengers.