Húsavík is by many considered to be the best spot in Iceland for whale whatching. This tour is ideal for those who want to explore whales, dolphins and birds in their natural habitat. Hot chocolate and cinnamon buns included!
Cape Ingolfshofdi is crowded with puffins and other sea birds. It is located on the South Coast of Iceland, not too far from Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon. It is an short but challenging hike, great for puffin spotting.
This tours lets you get up close and personal with the gigantic whales and adorable puffins, travelling by a small speedboat. The tour departs from Husavik in northern Iceland and lasts for two and a half hours.
Horseback riding is very popular in Iceland and, as some people may know, there is a special breed called "The Icelandic Horse". If you are looking for a riding adventure in Iceland, check out this post.
This tour is a combination of horseback riding and caving. The duration of the riding tour is a little less than two hours, exploring the cave takes roughly one and a half hours. The age limit for the tour is 10 years.
Puffins are hardly ever seen in Reykjavik city, but there are large numbers of them around the small islands just off the shore. This tour gives you an oportunity to spot these lovely birds in their natural habitat.
Husavik is often referred to as the whale watching capital of the North and for a good reason. If you're looking to go on a faster boat and add a little adventure to your whale watching tour, this experience is a great choice.
Flatey used to be home to hundreds of Icelanders but now it consists of one farm and a few guesthouses and cottages. It's full of wildlife and surrounded by thousands of small islands scattered around the fjord.
The Westman Islands are an archipelago just south of Iceland. With its large population of puffins, magnificent cliffs and volcanoes, The Westman Islands rank among the most beautiful and interesting places in Iceland.