Cruise at Breidafjördur Bay

  • Tour code: 145-816
  • Available: Daily (May 1 - Sep 18)
  • Depart from: Reykjavik, Iceland
From USD$440.08

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Visit Gerduberg, shark museum, Snæfellsjökull glacier and you may even taste fresh shellfish and sea urchin directly from the sea!

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Day 1

Our first stops are at Gerduberg, a columnar basalt cliff in Hnappadal, and Ölkelda, a natural spring of clean drinking water. We then continue to the shark museum at Bjarnarhöfn farm to taste the traditional Icelandic shark. From there we continue to Stykkisholmur, a thriving little town, where you will have the opportunity to look around and have lunch before boarding the boat for an exciting tour of the bay.

Breidafjördur is renowned for its stunning beauty, with the perfect frame of mountains, high and low, highlighting the scenery. The most famous of these mountains is the majestic and mystical Snæfellsjökull glacier, towering at the west end of the peninsula.

A rich variety of bird life, including puffins, nests in the cliffs and this is also the only area where the white tailed eagle nests in Iceland. Duriggn the cruise the net is hauled and you can taste fresh shellfish and sea urchin directly from the sea! Please remember to bring warm clothing.

We reserve the right to cancel the tour if the weather circumstances are unfavourable.




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