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Spotting wildlife in its natural habitat can be tricky. Increase your chances on this tour from Isafjordur led by guides who know exactly where to look. Aboard a fishing boat, sail into Ísafjarðardjúp bay to find whales, seals, and seabirds while your guides provide illuminating insight into the lives of the birds and animals. Take in the views from the open-air upper deck or indoor heated saloon, and enjoy complimentary light refreshments as you sail.
This area has nothing like it in Iceland. The trail is only open in the summer months and offer exceptional vistas and a thrilling experience.
Each 4x4 can take up to 6 adult passengers + driverguide. Seven passengers + driverguide if there are children in the group.
Enjoy the unique experience of riding an Icelandic horse, with its distinctive tölt gait, while receiving the undivided attention of your guide on this private tour. Whether you are a beginner rider or have lots of experience, your tour will be personally customized to your needs. Begin with an introductory session in the indoor arena and, once you and your horse are comfortable with one another, head out into the Engidalur Valley for a scenic trek.
This journey will take us from Isafjordur through an underground tunnel to Onundarfjordur and to the beautiful village Þingeyri. Then we‘ll make our way up the steep and narrow Hrafnseyrarheidi Heath road to Arnarfjordur where the thunderous waterfall Dynjandi awaits us. We will stop there for aprox one hour so you can hike up to the base of this majestic waterfall. The waterfall is clearly visible from the parking lot so you don’t need to hike if you don’t want to. On our way back we will stop at Hrafnseyri cafe where you can buy coffee and cakes if you are interested and then drive by the farm Audkula, where there is a large colony of Eider Ducks during the breeding season. Who knows, maybe we will see King Eider in the nesting area. It’s very common to see Humpback whales on the fjord during the summer months.
Absorb the dramatic landscapes of the Svalvogar Peninsula on a full-day trip from Isafjordur. In a powerful jeep, you’ll travel over a variety of terrains and enjoy spectacular views of fjords and mountains as you explore the Svalvogar Peninsula. Choose to disembark the jeep and walk a segment of the trail to get up close to Iceland’s fascinating flora and fauna — with luck, you’ll catch a glimpse of seals, arctic foxes and whales. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour.
Designed for cruise ship passengers, this guided walking tour lets you get acquainted with the unique culture of the Westfjords and Iceland. The town of Isafjordur is known for its wooden houses with corrugated tin roofs that were built by fishing merchants. It also boasts Arctic foxes and plenty of bird life.