Guided RIB Tour in the Geirangerfjord

Explore the beautiful Geirangerfjord on an exciting high-speed open boat trip! Weatherproof suits will be provided to keep you safe and dry on our eco-friendly Catamaran RIBs (Rigid Inflatable Boats). Visit historic mountain farms and learn about the people who dared to live there with our local, experienced guides leading the way. Get up close and personal with the fjord’s famous waterfalls and taste the crisp, refreshing mountain water the locals have been drinking for thousands of years!


Knut Tore Erevik

We had a fantastic guided rib-tour in the stunning Geirangerfjord today. The experience was made exceptional because of all the local knowledge about the nature and history that our guide Hjalmar shared with the group.
A must do when in Geiranger, we are definitely coming back.
Again thank you, to the Bonseye crew for the magical experience.

Daniel Rüter

Had a RIB Boat Tour by the same time and liked it a lot. The Flam ferry broke down and we had to go back to Geiranger. The Bonseye Team took care of us and so we had a beautiful trip back. Would love to come again and see the farm and amphitheater of Bonseye.

Emma Ruth

Had a RIB excursion today and found the whole experience to be amazing! From the initial help with my enquiries to the amazing ride itself, it was truly an unforgettable experience thank you so much!!

Marie Vangstad

Amazing experience and amazing guiding😍

Roar Vebenstad

Very nice place. nice views and good people. Can be highly recommended.

Aage Dam

Fantastic float ride and with a good narrative along the way. All the money’s going to be there. 😊👍🏻

Therese Haugerud Bjerketveit

Good guiding and an amazing experience😊🎉🤩

Victoria Elisabeth Høye

The World’s finest Rib tour!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Highly recommended.

Astri M. Pedersen Øvrebø

Fantastic tour in the RIBs with interesting local history 😊 is really recommended!
Thank you for your trip 😊



Located on the boathouse, it marks the start of the Trondhjemske Postvei, the “post road to Trondhjem.” It winds from the fjord, visits all three Ljø farms and then over the mountain towards Stranda.


On many of the farms, the farmer is referred to as an odelsmann from as early as 1603. To get the right of nobility, the farm must have been in the family for at least 4 generations. We try on our trips to convey stories that explain why people settled here, and how they made a living as farmers, fishermen and hunters.


Oluf Grande travelled out and participated in the Kalmar War (1611-1613), together with farmers from between anna Årset and Syltavik. They thus became important pieces in the history of Norway's Constitution from 1814.

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