Husavik, Iceland

Whale Watching & Puffins Tour

2-3 Hours |

Sail on a traditional Icelandic boat on your adventure to view whales, dolphins, and puffins. Not only will you be blown away by the amazing whales, but your crew will take you around Puffin Island, home of thousands of puffins! An experience great for families, this wildlife adventure is a trademark of the pioneers at North Sailing.

Right for You?

Duration

2-3 Hours

Travel Style

Connect with Nature

Languages

Other Local Language and English

Physical Activity

Light activity

Location

Ocean

Connect

Wifi: None
Cell: Available
Starts at:

$125/person

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Speaks: Other Local Language and English

Highlights

  • Glide through Iceland's coastal waters on a traditionally styled boat equipped with all the necessary modern features.
  • After your time whale-watching, grab your camera as you take a trip around Puffin Island, where thousands of puffins reside.
  • The mountainous backdrops make for a perfect spectacle as you cruise through the water and enjoy your warm cup of hot chocolate.

Details

Schedule

Multiple departures per day in morning or afternoon

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
April-August

What's Included

Guide

Bilingual guide

Food

Snacks and tastings included
All travelers will enjoy a delicious cup of hot chocolate and a warm cinnamon bun!

Transport

Boat

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Your Local Host

North Sailing

Locally Owned Business

For more than 20 years, North Sailing has been taking travelers on unique whale watching experiences aboard traditional Icelandic sailing ships and oak boats. Over time, they've added new authentic and sustainable sailing adventures to observe local marine life, take in views of the northern lights and even explore Greenland.

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Getting There

Transport options

Bus, Drive and Train
Húsavík is located in North East Iceland, 480 km from the capital Reykjavík and about an hour drive from the biggest town in North Iceland, Akureyri.
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