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Whale Watching Reykjanes

Making the Most of Your Holiday in Iceland

 

From its scenic home base right on the marina in the town of Keflavík, Whale Watching Reykjanes offers exciting whale watching trips in the waters surrounding the Reykjanes Peninsula. Located just seven minutes from Keflavik International Airport, the company offers a pickup and drop-off service to and from the airport and should you happen to be on a stopover, Whale Watching Reykjanes’ short 2 to 4 hour tours allow you to make the most of your time in Iceland.

Whale Wathcing Reykjanes

Summer is prime-time for whale watching…and more

The waters surrounding the peninsula are prime summer feeding grounds for the many whale species that come to Iceland every year. White Beaked dolphins, Minke whales, Humpbacks, and occasionally Orcas can be seen. Fin and Sei whales are often seen feeding and playing on the water’s surface and adorable puffins sometimes come within metres of the vessel, to the delight of all onboard. Bird lovers will enjoy the noisy chatter of the many seabird varieties nesting in the lava cliffs along the coastline, including guillemots, arctic skua, gannets, and others.

Sea bird

The hunt in on─for the Northern Lights

From September to mid-April is Northern Lights hunting season and Whale Watching Reykjanes gears up for this exciting event every year by using all the technologically advanced tools available to track these awe-inspiring lights. Knowledgeable driver/guides lead the way, filling you in on the science behind this natural phenomenon, and helping you adjust your cameras for optimum shots. If you don’t have a professional camera at hand, your guide will be happy to take a photo of you and the Northern Lights when they appear which you can then upload to your own social media site or cloud storage.

Norhtern Lights Tour

Sea Angling Tours

Whale Watching Reykjanes offers an exceptional short-duration fishing trip when you can try your hand at fishing for your supper! With all the equipment supplied, you sail out to some of the best fishing spots in the area with an expert guide with you all the way, offering tips and techniques to help you land your catch. Catfish, cod, haddock, mackerel and pollack are the most commonly caught species and a local restaurant will be happy to clean and cook your fish when you return to shore, should you so desire.

Sea Angling with whale watching Reykjanes

Whether you have just arrived, are preparing to leave or are on a stopover, a tour with Whale Watching Reykjanes is the brilliant way begin or end your holiday in Iceland.

 

Whale Watching Reykjanes

Grófin

260 Reykjanesbæ

+354-779-8272

www.whalewatchingreykjanes.is

[email protected]

 

-EMV