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We have the best location in Geiranger, in peaceful and quiet surroundings close to the Geiranger fjord. We have 17 high standard cabins/bungalows with one or two bed rooms, private bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and living room. Free WiFi. Free parking. Free charging for EV for guests in our cabins. Laundry. Rental of motor boats. Fishing is free. Camping site for about 50 campers or caravans.
I stayed in one of the smallest cabins on the campsite and absolutely loved it from the moment I stepped through the door. I arrived on a Hurtigruten ferry and knew I'd have to walk to the campsite but it was very easy to find...More
One of the most unfriendly persons we have ever met works at this camping. Completely unreasonable and without any kind of sympathy for people.
Avoid to any cost if you value your holiday! There are other campings to choose from nearby!More
Thank Gra T
Response from Finn G, Owner at Geirangerfjorden FeriesenterResponded August 4, 2018
It was 11PM. Our camping was full. We have put up signs by the main road that the camping was full. You told that you have seen this sign but drove down to our camping after all. There is also a big sign by the...More
An excellent location. The houses are modern, spacious, quiet, very clean and equipped with everything you need for a dream stay. Houses have a view of the fjord, and the landscapes are superb. I recommend everyone to go there.
Geiranger is a 2.5 hrs drive and ferry from Alesund and in my opinion has the best fjord viewing experience. This gem is nestled in between Geirangerfjord and waterfalls. I strongly recommend getting a cabin experience with Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter along the lake overlooking the fjord....More
We had a 2 BR cabin and it was really terrific, looked newly renovated, even had a large screen TV, a rarity in Norway. Very pleasant atmosphere within the campground. We appreciated that when we checked in, the staff allowed us to use our own...More
It depends. If you want lots of people, lots thing happening, then come in July or August. If you want it quiet and want to discover the beautiful nature on your own, then we will recommend May. The nature is at it´s most... More
It depends. If you want lots of people, lots thing happening, then come in July or August. If you want it quiet and want to discover the beautiful nature on your own, then we will recommend May. The nature is at it´s most beautiful in May and June: still snow in the mountains, big waterfalls and fruit three blossoms (May). My favourite month is May, but remember to take with you warm clothes in case of cold weather.
A comment to kezza from Nottingham: If you don´t want to risk rain, then you go to Sahara, but it is not any more rain in Norway than in Britain. You wrote that further north you go, the more rain. That is wrong. The district around Bergen is the most rainy place in Norway: it rains 3 times as much as in Geiranger.
The last summer we had beautiful weather most of the time. We had one week with bad weather in August, that´s all. That must have been at the time that you were there.