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Things To Do In Iceland

Nature lovers get ready explore this heaven on earth. Iceland is literally heavenly which surely has lot more to offer you beyond your expectation. With volcanic activities, dramatic landscapes and thermal spots it has made itself a land of glaciers. Explore it with our Iceland Holiday packages. 

Set off in search of minke whales, humpbacks and more onthis whale-watching cruise from Reykjavik. Pull on a pair of provided coverallsand then stay on the lookout for harbor porpoises, white-beaked dolphins andwhales as you cut through the still waters of Faxaflói Bay. Throughout yourcruise, listen to the knowledgeable guide’s insightful commentary, and haveyour camera ready to capture Reykjavik’s native marine life in the wild. Choosefrom a 3.5-hour cruise or an express 2.5-hour high-speed boat version — perfectif you’re short on time. Please note that the 3-3.5 hour cruise sails at 9:00,13:00 and 17:00. The 2-2.5 hour cruise sails at 10:00, 14:00 and 21:00. Pleasenote that the departure times depend on time of year.

Choose from a leisurely 3.5-hour cruise or an express2.5-hour high-speed boat version, and then make your own way to Reykjavik’s OldHarbor, where you’ll board your luxurious, whale-watching boat.


Find a comfortable spot on deck and pull on a pair ofprovided coveralls to keep you warm. Remember to also bring a hat, scarf andgloves with you to keep you extra toasty. Then, listen as your guide explainswhat species of marine life you can expect to see, and hear interesting factsand old sea stories about these magnificent mammals.

As your boat slips away from the harbor, scan the water forporpoises, white-beaked dolphins, minke whales and humpbacks whales. Make sureyou have your camera ready — with up to 90% whale-spotting success, thisFaxaflói Bay cruise provides a fantastic chance to see whales. In the unlikelyevent that you don’t spot a whale, you will receive a complimentary ticket foranother boat ride.

If you feel cold during your cruise, warm yourself up insidethe cozy viewing area, where coffee, tea, hot chocolate and light refreshments(own expense) are available.

After 2.5 or 3.5 hours, your experience ends with a drop-offback at your hotel (if booked directly with the supplier)

The best time to go on a whale watching tour in Iceland is during summers, however most of the whales stay in the Icelandic water throughout the year. Go on a scheduled whale watching tours from Reykjavik and in North Iceland and treat your eyes with some magnificent whales. Nature and wildlife lovers,would surely not mind going on this Whale Watching Tour. 
Blue Lagoon Geo Thermal Spa in Iceland gives you an opportunity to discover the waters of Blue Lagoon wherein you harmonize with nature. You need to pre-book your appointment and choose the spa type from the couple of options that are available. You can also head to their specially curated restaurant which is a treat for everyone.
Northern Lights is one of the most splendid natural phenomenon which a tourist would love to tick off from their bucket list. Head on a tour to visit the Northern Lights which can be best viewed after Equinox in September.Reykjavik is one of the most popular place to witness these lights.
Make yourself a part of the many glacier hiking and ice-caving adventure tours that are carried out in Iceland. There are multi-day tours which would test your hiking skills during Glacier Hiking, so you are advised to choose the hiking plan as per your energy whereas Ice Caving is a totally difference experience altogether.
Black Sand Beaches are majorly found on the South Coast of the country and is one of the prettiest beaches you would ever find in any part of the world. The Black sand beaches were created by the lava flowing from the ocean which had cooled down after it instantly touched the water.
A country of many amazing waterfalls, each better than the other, it would be very much unfair to leave any waterfall on your trip to Iceland. Keeping that in mind, chase down all the waterfalls that Iceland boast of, and make your Waterfall Tours in Iceland a memorable affair.

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