Whale watching tours can be taken from Reykjavik's Faxaflói bay or from one of the many areas around the country, with Húsavík, Dalvík, and Eyjafjörður being some of the more important hubs of whale activity in the North of Iceland.
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Whale Watching Tours
Whale watching doesn't get better than this. Straight out of the Reykjavík harbour.
Taste the catch of the day straight from the sea.
An ocean cruise to visit the native wildlife around the capital.
Get a local to show you the wonders of the city and then go on a search for the magnificen...
A combination of two of the most popular activities for a trip to Iceland.
When you have enjoyed seeing the White Beaked Dolphins bow riding alongside the boat or a ...
Combine the wonders of the natural lava caves near Reykjavik with some whale watching.
A combination tour with whale watching, hot springs at the Fontana spa and dinner at the s...
Combine a horseback ride with some whale watching!
A combination tour with ATV riding and whale watching.
Buggy riding and whale watching - the ultimate combination.
Whale Watching from Reykjavik Harbor & river rafting on the Hvítá River.
Experience the Original Húsavík Whale Watching tour that has built a reputation as the cap...
Whale watching from Dalvik in north Iceland with Arctic Sea Tours is an adventure on the s...
A chance to see the humpback whale in its natural environment.
Whale watching from Snæfellsnes to see the biggest whales of the ocean.
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