Whale Watching and Blue Lagoon Direct

  • Tour code: 445-878
  • Available: Daily (Feb - Nov)
  • Depart from: Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Duration: 8 Hours
From USD$177.68

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We will sail to the home of a unique variety of the Minke whales, Humpbacks, Harbour Porpoises and White-beaked Dolphins, which are all common sights in this tour......

Special Remarks:

  • See whales and dolphins in their natural environment
  • Array of sea birds on Faxalói bay
  • Blue Lagoon geothermal spa

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  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 0-6 yrs old. Junior rates apply to those who are 7-15 yrs old.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Reykjavik-Reykjanes Peninsula-Faxa Bay(11172 km)
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Day 1 Reykjavik-Reykjanes Peninsula-Faxa Bay(11172 km)

In the morning, guests will be picked up in Reykjavik to begin the tour. Today, we will get the opportunity to observe whales in their natural habitat as we sail out onto Faxafloi Bay, which houses a unique variety of minke whales, humpbacks, harbor porpoises, white-beaked dolphins, and local birds. After the cruise, we will have the option of visiting the Whale Exhibition Center. A little after noon, we will be picked up to travel to the Blue Lagoon. Once there, we will be able to take part in the many recreational activities in the area, such as bathing in the milky blue water, getting massage and spa treatments, or exploring the breathtaking scenery. Afterwards, guests will be transferred to the airport for their departure flights. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland and was founded in 1786. Its important function as a seaport has led to its continual development over the past two-plus centuries. It has been called "the nightlife capital of the north."

The Reykjanes Peninsula is most popularly known for the Keflavik International Airport and Blue Lagoon. A geothermal area, Reykjanes offers access to a wide array of activities including caves, hot springs, restaurants, museums, lighthouses, festivals, and dramatic landscape.

  • Always Visit
    Warm up in the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spalocated in a lava field in southwestern Iceland, in Grindavik. Visitors can swim and relax in mineral rich water, said to have health benefits, in temperatures averaging 37-39'C (99-102'F).

Located in southwest Iceland, the Faxa Bay (also known as Faxafloi Bay) is the largest in Iceland. Its banks form excellent fishing grounds and offers beautiful views of nearby mountain ranges. Many visitors enjoy whale watching or Northern Lights boat cruises.

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    Located at Reykjavik harbor, the Whale Exhibition Center holds whale and bird watching tours. Guests can learn about wildlife habitats and biology in the Faxafloi Bay area, and also enjoy visiting the center's cafe and souvenir shop.




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