Tours


South Iceland - Reykjavik capital

Reykjavík city is the most popular whale watching area. Whale watching from Reykjavik takes up to 3 hours and is mostly done in open waters in Faxaflói bay, just outside Reykjavik city

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West Iceland - Snæfellsnes peninsula

Snæfellsnes peninsula the home of the Orca. Whale watching in Snæfellsnes peninsula can be a life changing experience. Seeing orca's in the wild does something to people, orca's always called out a strong emotions from people

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Westfjords

Westfjords is an ideal destination, one of Iceland's most beautiful and secluded places. You never forget your trip there. Ísafjörður is the largest town in the Westfjords peninsula, with some 2600 inhabitants and Hólmavík is the largest town in the Strandir region, an area with an exciting and tragic history of witchcraft, witch-hunting and sorcery.

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North Iceland - Eyjafjörður

Eyjafjörður (island fjord) has recently become one of the best places for whale watching in Europe. Last year, sightseeing success in the fjord has been 90% -100% with a lot of incredible humpback sightings. You can sail from Dalvík, Hauganes and Akureyri.

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North Iceland - Skjálfandi bay

Húsavík is the whale watching capital of Iceland and Europe. This small town lives and breath for whales. Húsavík is the only place in Iceland that have a whale museum with whale bones and skeletons, they even have the skeleton of the great blue whale! Húsavík is a popular town for whale watching and for a good reason.

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