✅ Whale watching from the Reykjavik harbour
✅ Experienced, friendly and professional guides
✅ Warm floatation overalls!
✅ Heated indoor cabins with toilet facilities
✅ Free Wi-Fi on board
Availability: All year
Meeting Point: Hlésgata Vesturbugt – old harbour (view on google maps)
Meeting time: 30 minutes before departure
Duration: 3 – 3,5 hours.
Minimum age: No minimum age
Pick-up: Available from Reykjavik hotels
Included: Experienced, friendly and professional guides, warm floatation overalls, heated indoor cabins with toilet facilities, Wi-Fi on board, Seasickness tablets available.
What to bring: Warm clothing & good footwear
Please note: If there are no sightings on the tour, use tour ticket to join us on the next available day.
Experience the best Iceland has to offer with spectacular whale watching opportunities. Our tours are a unique experience and we do our best to make this a lifetime experience for you.
All the year around you’ll be able to see a variety of whales by the coast, from the Minke, Humpback and Killer whales to White Beaked Dolphins and Harbour Porpoises. The high peak season for whale watching is from April to August, but of course, the ocean is always full of adventures. You can see all the other aquatic species, all sorts of wildlife and at the same time enjoy the splendid scenery around the coast of Iceland.
Our ship is comfortable and warm and suits very well for Whale Watching.
There are 3 outdoor viewing platforms and a large indoor saloon with toilet facilities and free Wi-Fi. Those who want to visit the captain are welcome to do so.
Sandwiches, snacks, coffee, tea, beer and soft drinks available on board. There also is free Wi-Fi on board.
- January – May & 16 September – December: 13:00
- June – 15 September: 14:00
- March – 15 November: 9:00
- Whale Watching tour last for:
Winter – approx. 3-3,5 h
Summer (1.06-15.09) – approx. 2 – 3h at 9:00 & 14:00 – will be provided with the faster boat so the time on the spotting area will be the same, just sailing to that point and back to harbour would be shorter.