- 3.5 hour whale-watching tour or express 2.5-hour Reykjavik whale-watching tour
- See marine life up close, including harbor porpoises, white-beaked dolphins, minke whales and humpback whales
- Hot drinks (coffee, tea, hot chocolate) available to purchase and complimentary use of warm coveralls on board
What You Can Expect
Scan the water for harbor porpoises, white-beaked dolphins, minke whales and humpback whales, keeping your eyes open for the signs of life you learned from your guide. The whales of Faxaflói Bay often surface quite close to the boat, so be prepared for an unforgettable experience!
When you get cold, warm yourself up inside the luxurious and cozy viewing area, where complimentary hot coffee, tea and hot chocolate, as well as some light refreshments (refreshments at own expense) are available.
With 90% whale-spotting success, this whale-watching tour provides a fantastic chance to see whales! In the unlikely event that you don’t spot a whale, you will receive a complimentary ticket for another boat ride.
Don't forget to bring your camera, scarf, hats and gloves!
Enjoy a leisurely 3.5 hour whale watching cruise, or join the high-speed cruise with the express option. Only 2.5 hours you will get to see all of the same wildlife but on board the luxurious high speed boat.
An amazing tour! We were collected from our accommodation and driven to the harbour. We were lucky enough to spot a pod of killer whales within minutes of setting off and we followed them for 10 miles. The crew were brilliant, providing not only a passionate commentary but also sea sickness pills!
Went on the fast boat, it was quite rough even though it was a clear sunny day. Didn't get to see any whales though so we were invited to go again another day for free. We just made it back from the Blue Lagoon on our last day in time to get on the new biggest boat. Was much calmer but still didn't see any whales :(
Very impressed that we were again told we could go again for free in the future. I loved our time in Reykjavik and will very likely come back, and will definitely try to see whales again.