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Experience two of Iceland’s most incredible natural sights as you go whale watching and search for the Northern Lights with this package of two separate excursions from Reykjavik. Climb aboard your boat to search for the Aurora Borealis, a spectacular celestial display of colorful lights triggered by magnetic storms. For your second excursion, head out again by boat into Faxaflói Bay as you search for the area’s incredible marine life, including humpback whales, minke whales and harbor porpoises, among others. Both trips include round-trip hotel transport, guides, warm coveralls and Wi-Fi on the whale watching cruise.

Highlights

  • Reykjavik Super Saver, combining two incredible tours at a discounted price
  • 2.5-hour Faxaflói Bay cruise from Reykjavik to see the Northern Lights
  • Stay on the lookout and hear myths and facts about the breathtaking natural phenomenon from an expert guide
  • Spot marine life, including harbor porpoises and humpback whales, on a 3.5-hour whale-watching tour
  • Learn about some of Iceland’s most majestic marine species from a knowledgeable guide

What You Can Expect

Iceland Super Saver: Northern Lights Cruise plus Whale-Watching Tour from Reykjavik

See the Northern Lights and whales in Reykjavik with this Super Saver

Witness some of the earth’s most sublime natural phenomena when you purchase this package of a whale watching tour and a Northern Lights excursion for one low price. Nothing can make an amazing more trip to Iceland more special than spotting a reclusive whale or a spectacular Northern Lights display, both of which you’ll have the chance to see on this combined trip.

For your first trip to see the Northern Lights, you’ll leave from your Reykjavik hotel at either 9pm or 10pm depending on the time of year. Then head to your boat which will take you out onto the water for a good chance of seeing this incredible natural light show, listening as your guide shares details about what causes the phenomenon and the legends that surround them. Sightings can’t be guaranteed, but with luck you’ll witness this amazing sight.
For your second trip you’ll again be picked up from your Reykjavik hotel, this time around 1pm, continuing to Reyjavik’s Old Harbor and then to Faxaflói Bay to begin your whale watching trip. Keep your eyes peeled for the incredible range of creatures that call this bay home, including humpback and minke whales, harbor porpoises and white-beaked dolphins. Your chances of spotting an animal are strong, as the tour has an up to 90% success rate. 
For a full description of the itinerary of each trip, please refer to the details below.
Please note: You can choose to take the tours on the same day, or across separate days during your Iceland vacation.

Itinerary

Customer Reviews

John B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Fantastic, the tour company was great to work with. I will definitely use them again.

Jim

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2015

The day we went to view the Whales we only saw a few but received passes that do not expire in we go back to Iceland. The Northern lights were fabulous. Would highly recommend.

HELEN T

4 star rating: Recommended November 2015

fortunate enough to see the lights on our tour and was a great night out on the water

Tasha S

4 star rating: Recommended October 2015

The crew was great, informative and patient. I absolutely loved it!

marzena d

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2016

We chose a cruise to search for northern lights and were rewarded. Unfortunately this looks much better on photographs then in reality. However, considering that other coach trips were cancelled on that night due to bad weather we were quite pleased.

Paul K

1 star rating: I do not recommend this September 2015

Failed to pick us up from our hotel, despite us telephoning the tour operator and telling us they were running late but re-confirmed our booking. On the second telephone call we were told the cruise had already left and implied it was our fault. We would have seen the lights if they had collected us. Visiting the tour operator the following morning we rearranged, but were given another explanation implicating Viator. We were picked up on the second attempt but cloud cover meant no lights could be seen.

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