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Whale Watching Iceland

10.990 ISK

Category:
Duration

3 – 3,5 hours

Available

All year round

Children

0 – 6 years: free of charge
7 – 15 years: half price

Pickup from hotels

2.000 ISK per person

Product Description

Whale Watching Iceland

You will sail out on one of the largest whale watching ships in Iceland providing extra comfort, fantastic inside and outside viewing areas and a safe family-friendly environment. Inside there is a comfortable seating area with big windows for great viewing on both floors. You can also stay outside on our extra large viewing decks where everyone can find a spot by the railing and enjoy the fantastic panoramic bird’s-eye-view to capture the fantastic scenery around.

The tour has an “educational & interactive” focus where the passengers get to see and feel whale teeth and bones, there are specimens from the ocean and you can see them on an on-board screen using special microscopes.

Duration: 3-3,5  hours

This tour is weather dependent and sightings cannot be guaranteed.

 

Good to know:

Duration: 3 – 3,5 hours
Operating: All year round.
Included: Warm floatable overalls and a free ticket to try again in case of no sightings.
Bring: Warm clothing, hats, mittens, and scarf.
Departures (from the old harbor): 
MAR – Nov: 9:00 am* & 1:00 pm (*9:00 am from 1st March to 15th Nov.)
NOV – FEB: 1:00 pm
MAY – SEP: 9:00 am, 1:00 pm, 5:00 pm* (*5:00 pm from 15th May to 30th Sept.)

Pick-up: Optional, available from hotels in Reykjavik. Pickup starts one hour before the departure.

This is a partner tour (operated by Special Tours)
Refunds: 
We offer refunds if the tour does not operate at all during your stay here in Iceland. No refunds are given if you join a tour where there are no sightings, however as a compromise we offer another free ticket to try again – if the tour operates again during your stay (if not you can use it next time in Iceland). There are no refunds if you have already joined our tour.
Weather Conditions: The tour is weather dependent, and may be subject to cancellations. The captains will make their decisions based on many years of experience and always keeping in mind our passenger safety and comfort. In case of cancellations due to unfavorable weather conditions you will receive a full refund (if you have already joined the tour and have a free ticket to try again the refund policy does not apply).
Cancellation policy: If you cancel your tour at least 24 hours prior to departure we will fully refund your ticket.

“Friendly crew who have thought of everything”

m_neirynck Hong Kong

We went on a 9am tour, and it was truly wonderful. We saw one humpback whale who followed the boat for a good 30 minutes, a pod of dolphins who put on a real show for us, and a few other whales along the way. The enthusiasm and friendliness of the crew are what made the tour so special. They thought of everything, from windbreaker boiler suits to sea sickness tablets, even going so far as setting off from a different location to have the best chance of seeing whales (the transfer to the new departure location was at no extra cost). Above all, the tour guide really let his passion for and knowledge of whales shine through. Thank you for an unforgettable experience!

“Wonderful experience!”

mamaconnoisseur Indianapolis, Indiana

My son and I saw lots of whales...what a great experience! I can't emphasize how important it is to wear the free bodysuit/ overalls they offer. Without this protection against the wind, we would have lasted only a few minutes. Excellent crew and very prompt driver.

“More than we hoped”

Adana, Turkey

We spent over an hour looking at many whales of 3 species! The tour was just over 3 hrs and we were a little worried at first but the whales put on a show and we saw so many that people stopped moving from one side of the boat to the other to look.