- Iceland's biggest mammals
- Rich and Thriving Bird Life
- Spinning Dolphins
★ Our Best Selling Tour in Iceland
Custom made Combo Tour: Iceland Tour Packages
✔ Bus Fare from BSI Bus Terminal
✔ Admission to the Whales of Iceland Exhibition
✔ A guided 3 – 3.5 hour whale & nature watching tour
✔ Warm overalls provided
What’s NOT included?:
✖ Hotel Pick Up/Drop off is optional and available at extra cost
✖ Flights/Accommodation/Travel Insurance
✖ Anything else not specifically mentioned in “this includes”
Tour Availability & Price
All Year – 2019
Adult (Age 16+) – £99 pp
Children (Age 7-15) – £43 pp
Duration: 3 Hours
Departures: From BSI Bus Terminal
09:00 am (01/May – 15/November)
13:00 pm (All Year)
17:00 pm (15/May – 30/September)
Pick up is up to 1 hour before departure.
Guided Boat Tour
What is Whale Watching in Iceland?
This tour will give you the possibility of seeing whales in their natural habitat as well as the rich and thriving birdlife Iceland has to offer. You might see some spectacular behavioural displays from breaching humpbacks to spinning dolphins and graceful minke whales. Within the whale watching area is a diverse seabird population, including the hard diving gannets and clumsy, yet adorable looking puffins
These tours are educational and interactive. On each tour passengers get to see and feel whale teeth and bones, get a chance to see specimens straight from the ocean and take part in Special Tours whale research!
Focus is on comfort and personal service while making sure the environment is protected and respected in every way possible. You will also find skilled & friendly crew on board and the guides are very experienced.
Whale Watching Location
Because of nature‘s unpredictability, it is impossible to guarantee a sighting.
Children (Age 2-6) – Free
Dress warmly (hats, gloves, scarfs & warm socks recommended)
Cafe lounge with hot drinks & refreshments for sale on board
Wireless internet on board
Heated seating areas
Pick up is up to 1 Hour before departure.
How to Book:
Please check the FCO advice before booking your trip to Iceland: