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See how close the whales get?
Keep your eyes peeled: a fin could appear right next to you!
Even if no whales show up, the coast of Reykjavik is an experience in itself.
Appropriate clothing is essential for whale watching.
Goosebumps are guaranteed when a giant whale suddenly jumps into the air.
These powerful creatures are waiting for you.
Remember to have your camera ready!
Watch humpback whales leap from the depths of the underwater world - an incomparable moment!
This tour is a valuable learning experience for the little ones.
The motto here is, "the whales come to us", out of respect for these marvelous beings and their natural habitat.
Humpback whales, orcas, and dolphins love cavorting in the coast of Reykjavik.
Enjoy the tour aboard one of Iceland's largest and fastest whale-watching boats!
Perfect for the whole family!
Respectful encounters with sea giants
An entertaining learning experience for kids
Go on an open sea adventure aboard one of the biggest and fastest whale-watching boats in Iceland.
The experienced guides and the entire crew will teach you how to interact with these fascinating animals respectfully. It's the perfect adventure for the whole family!
This experience revolves around education and interactivity and prioritizes respect for the whales and their natural habitat. This is why the motto of the tour is, "the whales come to us." Such a focus on learning makes this tour a valuable experience for both children and adults alike.
You will go aboard your excursion boat in the Port of Reykjavik. Depending on the season, you can see around 23 different species of whales cavort around Iceland. In Faxafloi Bay alone, it's possible to find 4 different kinds: Minke whales, short-beaked dolphins, porpoises, and even humpback whales. Orcas, fin whales, giant sharks and pilot whales have also been sighted there several times. Which ones will you spot?
Remember to keep your camera ready. At any moment, you might miss a fin or even a colossal body flying into the air.
Even if no whale or dolphin shows up at the moment, the experts on board will teach you all you need to know about the underwater world.
Finally, don't forget to look at the sky! Iceland has a fascinating birdlife, and you will likely spot several puffins, seagulls, and swallows looking for fish - depending on the season, of course.
Duration of the trip: 3 hours
Date of the trip: Daily departures