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Pour une expérience unique d'une journée complète, partez pour une excursion en bateau d'observation des baleines puis passez l'après-midi à visiter Gullfoss, Geysir et d'autres phénomènes naturels islandais. C'est le rêve de tout amoureux de la nature, et la meilleure façon de profiter au maximum de votre séjour à Reykjavik.
Fantastic time was had. Hotel pick up and transfers very well organised and bus clean and drivers very professional. The Whale Watching trip was amazing,very knowlegable and concientious crew. Geysir tour very good. Great experience.
We had a great day out in a fabulous country, unfortunately we only glimpsed at one minke whale, but the boat trip was great, we were very impressed that wet weather gear was provided on-board. The Gullfoss and Geysir tour was amazing, we saw so much in one afternoon, would have liked to spend more time at several of the locations, but we now have a very good Idea of what we would like to see on our next visit ! the guide was great, very knowledgeable with a good mix of jokes and banter
A great day! A very relaxing afternoon excursion during our stay in Reykjavik. In the three hour tour, we saw several Minke whales and a few dolphins. We passed Puffin Island, though were only able to see them from a distance. Our guide was great at pointing out the whales, keeping everyone engaged, and pointing out the major landmarks as we sailed further out of the harbor. We passed Mount Esja, could spot the location of the Blue Lagoon, and passed the mountain that was the inspiration for Journey to the Center of the Earth. Truly a great day!
The tour was very professionally organised and the crew of the ship could not have been any more helpful. Unfortunately, we only got one glimpse of a harbour porpoise but guess that's just luck of the draw! It can get quite rough out there, so if you are in any way prone to seasickness, I would highly recommend taking pills before travelling.