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Shore Excursions

Heimaey Island, Iceland



2.5 HRS

Easy

wildlife

sightseeing
Heimaey Island: An Island Tour of Heimaey
This tour aims at introducing you to the main attractions of the main Westman Island. You will board your coach and drive into the Herjolfsdalur Valley where old farmhouses can be found.  Continue along the scenic western part of the island with a beautiful view of the outer islands of the archipelago. Your next stop will be the site of the largest colony of Atlantic puffins, then on to two volcanoes, the 5,000-year-old Helgafell and the considerably younger Eldfell, which erupted in 1973.  You will make a stop here to walk to an amazing panoramic viewpoint.  Continue on  over the new lava field, past the Skansinn, a fort where a wooden church was donated by Norway, before returning back to the pier.

Please note: Order of sites visited may vary. 


price $89
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2 HRS

Easy

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Heimaey Island: Caves & Islands Rib Safari
The Westman Islands are renowned for their birdlife and interesting geological history. You will walk to  the RIB boat location where you will have a brief introduction to RIBs before your safari begins.  You will travel  into some of the caves around the area, such as the Eider Duck Cave, whose name derives from the eider duck colony nearby. You will visit a huge and extremely deep cave with beautiful basalt columns decorating the walls. You will also see a small cave where the sunlight shines through, creating a mesmerizing  interplay of light and water. The final cave you will see is the roomy Cliff Cave with its excellent acoustics.

Please note: While wildlife sightings are not guaranteed, whales are sometimes sighted on this tour, including orca, dolphins and porpoises. Often seals make an appearance as well as sea birds such as cormorants, fulmars, gannets and puffins. 

price $169
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3 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

culture
Heimaey Island: Pompeii of the North
You will board your coach and drive into the Herjolfsdalur Valley where old farmhouses can be found.  Continue along the scenic western part of the island with a beautiful view of the outer islands of the archipelago. Your next stop will be the site of the largest colony of Atlantic puffins, then on to the 5,000-year-old Helgafell.  You will make a stop here to walk to an amazing panoramic viewpoint.  Continue on  over the new lava field, past the Skansinn, a fort where a wooden church was donated by Norway. Then you will visit the new Eldheimar – “Pompeii of the North” Museum where the history and aftermath of the 1973 eruptions are explored. Head to the notorious Eldfell volcano before returning to your yacht.

Please note: Order of sites visited may vary. 


price $125
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1 hour

Easy

outdoors

sightseeing
Heimaey Island: Volcanoes & Waterfalls Flightseeing
This is a unique opportunity to see Iceland from the air. You will depart from the pier and drive to the airport to board your plane for a flightseeing tour. You will fly over Landeyjar with its fluorescent green moss and contrasting black sand, and see the popular Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Approaching the highlands you will see Thorsmork, a glorious oasis  sheltered by three glaciers.  You will head back toward Heimaey and on the way you will see Skogarfoss Waterfall, where a single or double rainbow is usually visible on sunny days.  Fly over the glaciers of Tindfjallajokull and Eyjafjallajokull before returning to the airport.

Please note: Flights and flight routes are subject to weather conditions and may vary accordingly. 


price $459
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2.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

walking
Heimaey Island: Walking Tour of Town & Lava Field
The beautiful Westman Islands are rich in natural beauty. Your walking tour with an informative guide will begin at the naturally formed harbor which was almost destroyed in the 1973 eruption.  You will walk to Skansinn, an old fort built by orders of the Danish King in the 17th century. You will see the wooden church near the fort and walk up the hill to the newly formed lava fields of Eldfell. You will walk along the edge of the lava field with a great view over the town. You will see signs of old houses that were buried during the eruption as you walk to the crater of Eldfell where you will appreciate more of the power of nature. 

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. 


price $65
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Seydisfjordur, Iceland



5 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Seydisfjordur: A Step Back in Time
This tour will take you on a journey into the past, right by the edge of the largest wilderness area in Northern Europe. On a picturesque drive from Seyðisfjörður, head over the impressive mountain pass of Fjarðarheiði, which has numerous small and beautiful waterfalls. You will pass Egilsstaðir, a town of 2000 inhabitants and the commercial center of the area. Continue along Iceland’s third largest lake, Lagarfljót. The lake’s bed lies 328 feet below sea level, having been formed by glaciers over thousands of years. The lake is famous for the mythical “Ness” that is said to reside far below. There you will step off the coach and into the past in an adventurous fashion. At the Wilderness Center Exhibitions you will experience an adventure, be moved, surprised and enlightened without feeling as if you are in a museum. Every detail of the premises is designed to simulate the atmosphere of the life in the early days.  Before you make your way back to the pier you will enjoy traditional, homemade refreshments. On the way back to the pier you’ll pass the beautiful Hallormsstaðarskógur forest where over 40 species of trees from various parts of the world grow.

Please note: Dress warmly in layered clothing to face the unpredictabillity of Icelandic weather.


price $259
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2.5 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

outdoors

sightseeing
Seydisfjordur: Chasing Waterfalls
The nature surrounding the town of Seydisfjordur is a spellbinding display of waterfalls, mountains, and the ocean. This hiking tour  will provide you with the excellent opportunity to explore the beauty of the Icelandic landscape.  This guided walk will take you on a hike up to a part of the Vestdalur Valley near Seydisfjordur. The valley is a protected nature reserve due to its remarkable flora. Eventually you will reach the abandoned town of Vestdalseyri, where you will find ruins of the former town. The town was inhabited for roughly a century (1851-1963). Originally there was a whaling station and it was home to one of the largest cooperatives in the country. Despite its beautiful and sunny location the town declined with the last inhabitant leaving it in 1963.  You will walk past a series of beautiful waterfalls that will provide ideal photo opportunities, then return back to the coach and return to the pier.

Please note:  Dress warmly in layered clothing due to the unpredictability of Icelandic weather. Wear comfortable sturdy shoes. 


price $109
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5 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

outdoors
Seydisfjordur: Hike To Hengifoss Waterfall
This hiking tour will take you on a walk to the third highest waterfall in Iceland. You will depart from the pier and drive over the impressive mountain pass of Fjardarheidi, passing several small waterfalls. You will stop at the village of Egilsstadir, then drive along Iceland’s third largest lake, Lagarfljot, with a lake bed that lies 328 feet below sea level. You will arrive at the starting point of your hike and it will take about 1.5 hours to reach the waterfall, with a drop of 387 feet.  Your descent from the waterfall will take about an hour and then you will drive around Lake Lagarfljot to reach one of the few forests in Iceland, Hallormsstadur, where over 40 species of trees from various parts of the world grow. 

Please note: Wear comfortable clothes and hiking shoes. 


price $159
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4 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments
Seydisfjordur: Skalanes Nature Reserve
Here is a unique opportunity to visit one of Iceland’s most remote places.  You will drive to Thorarinsstadir, an important archaeological farm site. Then you will continue on to Skalanes Nature Reserve, a  where you will have a guided tour of the site where the Icelandic environment and cultural history can be researched and interpreted while maintaining a model for sustainable tourism.  The area is home to about 47 different species of birds  during the summer and sometimes seals or reindeer can be spotted and on rare occasions a whale can be seen off the coast. Eider ducks nest in great numbers around the pond here.  Before heading back to your waiting yacht you will enjoy some local refreshments.

Please note: Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed. 


price $185
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5 HRS

Moderate

sightseeing
Seydisfjordur: The Scenic East
You will board a coach and drive over the impressive mountain pass of Fjardarheidi to Egilsstadir, the commercial center of east Iceland.  From there you will continue along Lagarfljot, Iceland’s third largest lake that is 328 feet below sea level.  You will arrive at Skriduklaustur, the former home of one of Iceland’s greatest writers, Gunnar Gunnarsson. You will walk from there to Snaefellsstofa, the visitor’s center for the area.  Continue on to Valthjofsstadur, a 13th century church estate containing many valuable items. Back on your coach you will pass Hallormsstadur, one of the country’s most successful forestry stations with over 40 species of trees from various parts of the world. You will make one last stop in Egilsstadir to visit a souvenir shop with handcrafted items made by local artists.

Please note: Sites might be visited in a different order. Wear comfortable walking shoes. 


price $175
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Akureyri, Iceland



8 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

dining

sightseeing
Akureyri Jewels of the North
This popular tour encompasses the highlights of Northern Iceland. You will begin with a drive along the picturesque coast line of Eyjafjordur Fjord to beautiful Godafoss Waterfall. You will continue through fertile farmlands to reach Lake Myvatn, one of Iceland’s natural treasures. This lake is home to thousands of birds. Your next stop will be Namaskard, a striking geothermal field full of mud-pots, steam vents, sulfur deposits, boiling springs and fumaroles.  Close by is Dimmuborgir, a dramatic lava landscape with strange formations, columns and arches that have been the source of many icelandic folktales.  A short drive away you will find Skutustadir pseudo-craters, formed by gas explosions when boiling lava flowed over the wetlands near the lake. You will have lunch at a local restaurant before returning to your waiting yacht.

Please note:  The order of sites visited may vary.

price $199
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5.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

refreshments

boating
Akureyri: Glacier Canyon River Rafting
Mind-blowing scenery, bubbling hot springs, action and relaxation combine to deliver a splash of unforgettable memories on a river rafting adventure tour through the magnificent West Glacial River Canyon.  The journey will start  with a scenic drive to the base camp in Skagafjörður where you will gear up and have safety instructions before heading down to the river to enjoy a 1.5 hour rafting through the canyon. On the way you’ll have the opportunity to sample hot cocoa from nature’s own kettle and the brave ones might want to try a little cliff jumping. This tour is ideal for those who want to enjoy a gentle water experience and the opportunity to explore Icelandic wilderness from the depths of the canyon with its high walls and extraordinary geology.  After the rafting you can have a relaxing moment in the outdoor hot tubs before enjoying the famous and delicious Icelandic meat soup

Please note:  the age limit for this tour is 12 years old. Bring  your swimsuit, a warm long sleeve fleece and a towel

price $299
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2 HRS

Moderate

horseback

outdoors

sightseeing
Akureyri: Horseback Riding In Akureyri
There is an old Icelandic law that forbids the import of horses and any horse that leaves Iceland is barred from returning.  Icelandic horses have been nicknamed, “the most useful servants” and they were bred to withstand the harsh elements.  You will depart from the pier and drive the short distance to the stables where you will be saddled up with a gentle horse and head out for a 1-hour easy riding tour through the lush countryside near Akureyri. 

Please note: The age limit for this tour is 12. No prior riding experience is required and all necessary equipment will be provided.  Wear comfortable clothing. 


price $119
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3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Akureyri: Leisurely Akureyri & Godfass Waterfall
Take a leisurely journey around Akureyri and its nearby surroundings. You will depart from the pier and head along the coastline through lush and fertile farmlands to reach Godafoss, known as the ”Waterfall of the Gods.” Then you will return to Akureyri, colorfully framed by the sea and the mountains. Take a short sightseeing tour of Akureyri’s old quarter with architecture that bears a strong Danish influence, before driving to the Akureyri Botanical Gardens, founded in 1912, and presenting examples of every species indigenous to Iceland as well as an extensive collection of high-altitude, high-latitude plants from around the world.

Please note: The order of sites seen may be reversed. 


price $75
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5 HRS

Easy

outdoors

sightseeing
Akureyri: Myvatin Nature Baths
There is hardly a better way to enjoy Iceland’s plentiful geothermal power and beautiful  vistas of lava and moss than a visit to one of the best nature baths.   You will depart from the pier for the 1.5-hour drive to Myvatn Nature Baths. The tastefully designed complex will offer you a relaxing dip in clouds of steam rising from below the earth’s surface.  These warm and soothing waters benefit both your skin and your spirit. You will have 1.5 hours to enjoy the baths before your 1-hour drive to Godafoss Waterfall where you will have time to take photos and appreciate the beauty of the falls.  Re-board your motor coach for the 40-minute drive back to your waiting yacht.

Please note: Bring your camera, swimsuit, and wear comfortable walking shoes.


price $159
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3 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife
Akureyri: Polar Flight to Grimsey Island
North of mainland Iceland lies Grimsey Island, a lovely green oasis that straddles the Arctic Circle.  You will be driven to the Akureyri airport to board your plane for the short flight to Grimsey Island. If the weather is clear you will see amazing views over the tall mountains that line both sides of Eyjafjordur Fjord. You will land on Grimsey Island and be greeted by a local guide who will take you on a walk around the island, while acquainting you with the history, culture, and nature of the island. Grimsey has extensive bird colonies, said to accommodate at least 60 different species like kittiwakes, puffins, arctic terns, fulmars, and guillemots. You will return to Akureyri via airplane and driven back to your waiting yacht.

Please note: Sightings of birds are dependent on the weather and cannot be guaranteed. Wear comfortable walking shoes.

price $429
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6.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

wildlife

dining

boating
Akureyri: Whale Safari & Puffins From Husavik
The small town of Húsavík is known as the “whale watching capital of the world“ and attracts large numbers of tourists and locals who want to get more closely acquainted with these gentle giants. Close to Húsavík is a large colony of Atlantic Puffins that are sure to interest adults and children alike. This special tour combines sightseeing of these two lovable animals – whales and puffins on a fast RIB boat that allows for a closer look than other larger boats. You’ll set out from Húsavík pier after getting dressed in warm clothing and securing your life vests. The boat then will sail to the puffin colony in the bay where thousands of Atlantic Puffins nest during the summer months. After you admire these “clowns of the ocean” you’ll sail further out into the bay to seek out some whales. Although sightings of whales cannot be guaranteed the chances of spotting whales and dolphins are excellent.  The town also houses a Whale Centre, a non-profit organization whose aim is to provide detailed and interesting information about whales and their habitat. The museum is one of the few museums in the world solely dedicated to whales. Lunch will then be served at a local restaurant. 

Please note: The order of sites visited may vary.  This tour is not for those with back or neck problems. Warm extra clothing will be offered on board the boats, still it is recommended you  bring your own warm and waterproof clothes, as it can be cold and wet.


price $239
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Isafjordur, Iceland



3 HRS

Easy

wildlife

refreshments

culture
Isafjordur: Arctic Foxes & Avalanches
On this tour you will learn about Iceland’s only native terrestrial mammal, the Arctic fox during a visit to the charming village of Sudavik.   You will board a coach for the 25-minute scenic drive to Sudavik village.  The village is divided into two halves – the old town and the new town.  The old town was hit by an avalanche in 1995. In the middle is the Arctic Fox Centre, a non-profit research center and museum dedicated to the fox that you will visit.  You  will have time to have a coffee break at their lovely café. Next you will visit the local church  to hear  a traditional Icelandic music program. Continue your drive to Langeyri Peninsula where you will see the remains of two whaling stations. On your way back to Isafjordur you will stop along the Alftafjordur  fjord and then another short stop to visit the avalanche memorial sign.

Please note: Sites may be visited in a different order. 


price $135
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3 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

refreshments

boating
Isafjordur: Bird Paradise Island
Vigur is a lovely island and the nesting ground for countless birds and the home of farmers whose family has lived there since 1884.  You will board a boat for the 30-minute trip to Vigur where you will take a leisurely walk around the island with a perfect opportunity to see birds like Eider ducks in their natural environment. The farmer protects the nests and uses the down that the ducks pluck from their chests. You will see Iceland’s oldest windmill, built in 1840 and a 200-year-old rowboat still used to ferry sheep to the mainland.  You will visit the Viktoria House, restored by the National Museum of Iceland where you will be served coffee and cakes and see  one of the smallest post offices in Europe. 

Please note:  The sighting of sea birds cannot be guaranteed as it depends on the season and the weather.   Wear comfortable walking shoes. 


price $145
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2 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

outdoors
Isafjordur: Calm Fjord Kayaking
Fjord kayaking is not only a healthy and rewarding way to spend some time, it’s also a perfect way to get to know Icelandic nature up close. The West Fjords have earned a deserved reputation for being the nature- and adventure-lover’s paradise. You will take a short walk to the kayak center and receive some instruction on kayaking before beginning your tour. You will see the fjord’s beauty right from the water under the magnificent mountains towering over the area  in this get-close-to-nature  experience.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. 


price $169
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2 HRS

Strenuous

watersports

outdoors
Isafjordur: Calm Fjord Kayaking
Fjord kayaking is not only a healthy and rewarding way to spend some time, it’s also a perfect way to get to know Icelandic nature up close. The West Fjords have earned a deserved reputation for being the nature- and adventure-lover’s paradise. You will take a short walk to the kayak center and receive some instruction on kayaking before beginning your tour. You will see the fjord’s beauty right from the water under the magnificent mountains towering over the area  in this get-close-to-nature  experience.

Please note: Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. 


price $169
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

boating
Isafjordur: Glacier Fjord & Hesteyri Boat Trip
This boat tour will go to the beaches of Hornstrandir, one of the most beautiful and remote areas in Iceland. The abandoned village of Hesteyri can only be reached by boat and is a wonderful spot where time has stood still for several decades.  On your  boat ride you will see spectacular sceneries of the fjord and perhaps catch a glimpse of Drangajökull Glacier and maybe some puffins and arctic terns. On rare occasions whales are seen in the fjords and seals sometime swim alongside the boat.  After a 70-minute ride you will arrive at Hesteyri village. The area is now a nature reserve, where the arctic fox feels very much at home and you are likely to see some scurrying off.  Until the 1950s Hesteyri had a small and scattered community supported by the whaling industry of whaling and a herring processing plant. Eventually the isolation and hardships that the location imposed proved too hard to bear. The villagers made the joint decision to abandon their homes and seek a new life elsewhere. A dozen houses are still maintained as summer residences for the former villagers and their descendants.  Your guide will take you on an informative walk around this fascinating place. You’ll have some refreshments in the former doctor’s residence before heading back to Isafjordur and your waiting yacht.

Please note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring clothing for all types of weather. 


price $159
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2 HRS

Easy

refreshments

culture
Isafjordur: Pagan Encounters
This tour offers a chance to listen, learn, and experience Icelandic history firsthand.  Your tour will depart by coach for the short drive to Arnardalur Valley where you  will be welcomed with a pagan ceremony and a traditional feast.  The chieftains will tell stories of the nation’s past while recounting and enacting the rituals which formed paganism in Iceland and their pagan ceremony will consist of praying, soothing and celebrating the Norse gods. After the ceremony you will head to a former cowshed on a nearby farm where you will get to taste local food. The sharing of food was an essential part of the ceremony and you will be honoring an age-old tradition.

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. 


price $149
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2 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

culture

walking
Isafjordur: The Trolls Throne
Wild and rugged, uncompromising and mesmerizingly beautiful, geologically and volcanically active, a place of thermal springs, mountains, valleys, rivers and waterfalls: the incredible island of Iceland is all of these things. In addition, – as everybody surely knows – the island’s craggy mountainsides provide a comfortable home for the world’s remaining trolls,  those formidable creatures of Norse mythology. According to a legend told by the locals of Ísafjörður, a huge troll once lived in the area and one day, he decided to go for a walk in the fjord. However, soon getting tired from all the exercise, the troll spotted a nice tall mountain high above the town that looked like the perfect spot to have a rest. However, when the thickset troll sat down, his incredible weight squashed part of the mountainside, leaving a large indentation that remains visible to this day: the so-called Troll’s Throne, or Naustahvilft, Its proper name. Situated only a few hundred feet up the mountain from the port, the Troll’s Throne is a popular hiking destination for tourists and locals alike. Your walking experience up to the bowl-like “throne,” which was actually formed by a glacier, will take you over ideal hiking terrain: a good mixture of grass, soil and sheep-trodden paths. Once at the top, you will be rewarded with wonderful views over the port and the picturesque fjord. Your return hike back down the mountain to your ship marks the end of this troll-themed tour.

Please note: Wear sturdy walking shoes and warm clothing.


price $129
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Grundarfjordur, Iceland



2.5 HRS

Strenuous

outdoors

wildlife

boating
Grundarfjordur: A Journey to the Center of the Earth
Make your own journey to the center of the earth during this exciting tour that is perfect for the adventurous visitor. The tour will begin with a scenic drive from the port in Grundarfjörður.As we get closer to Snæfellsjökull Glacier you will reach your destination where your guide will greet you.After all the guests have been provided with helmets and flashlights you will head to the entrance of the cave.   Inside the lava cave there are two main sections. The upper section has great features and unique formations of lava.The lower part of the lava cave can only be reached by a long and narrow staircase that will take you deep underground, to a place which was hidden from the outside world for thousands of years. As you make your way through the cave the guide will inform you about the geology, history and folklore associated with the cave. When you’re deep inside the lower cave all the lights will be turned off and you will experience total darkness. 

Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. 


price $119
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5 HRS

Strenuous

hiking

dining

culture
Grundarfjordur: Glacier Hiking
Snæfellsjökull Glacier is one of the most picturesque mountains in Iceland. Rising up to 4,800 feet over sea level in the middle of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula this famous volcano is visible from more than 62 miles away. The most widely known literature about the glacier is Jules Verne’s novel, Journey to the Center of the Earth. According to Verne the entrance to get down to the center lies through a caldera at the top of the glacier.  Your drive to the glacier will offer a breathtaking view. On clear days the whole Westfjord peninsula is visible and beyond the North Atlantic Ocean, the shores of Greenland can be made out.  This is one of the very best glacier hikes in the world. You will experience walking on ice through beautiful scenery from the roots of the glacier up to the crevasse area where you can see beautiful ice formations. After the hike you will drive down to a local restaurant in the tiny fishing village of Arnarstapi. There you will enjoy a delicious soup and enjoy the surroundings after your refreshing glacier hike.

Please note: This tour involves walking on a glacier, which is uneven and slippery in parts. Helmets are provided and must be worn. Crampons and an ice axe will also be provided for use on the glacier. Be ready for all kinds of weather.  Dress in layers. Wind and rain protected clothes. Sturdy hiking shoes must be worn.  This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility. 


price $399
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

outdoors

refreshments

culture

walking
Grundarfjordur: Lava Trails & Viking Tales
On this tour you will visit the notorious sites that have been immortalized through the Icelandic Sagas. You will drive from Grundarfjordur through the lava field Berserkjahraun. The beautiful lava formations are mystically appealing with contrasting colors of black and green. From the lava fields you will drive to Helgafell Mountain, believed to have special powers. You will walk up the 240-foot-high slope to the top where, weather permitting, you will see a spectacular view. Continue to the lovely town of Stykkisholmur to visit the town’s oldest building, the Norwegian House, which is now a folk museum. Your last stop will be at Bjarnarhofn (Bear Harbor), a farm and shark-curing farmstead where you will visit the Shark Museum and meet the farmer who will explain shark curing and drying and you will get to taste the product. You will drive back through the lava fields to return to your waiting yacht.

Please note: The shark is aromatic so you might want to bring a few mints for the way home. The itinerary may be offered in reverse order. 


price $185
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4 HRS

Easy

outdoors

wildlife

refreshments

boating
Grundarfjordur: Viking Sushi Adventure Boat Tour
This incredible boat tour sails around the unspoiled islands off the shore of the scenic Snaefellsnes Peninsula.  You will drive from the pier along the otherworldly landscape to the town of Stykkisholmur where you will board a ferry for your archipelago adventure. You will sail through whirlpool currents past numerous islands with strange but beautiful rock formations and basalt columns.  This tour will be a treat for bird watchers as birds nest and breed in the rocks and cliffs and when seen will provide amazing photo opportunities. Among the birds nesting here are puffins, shags, cormorants, kittiwakes, black guillemots, fulmars and other bird species.  You may also spot a seal gliding around the boat. The captain will demonstrate how rich in marine life the waters are here as he will haul in a net filled with fresh delicacies. You will have the opportunity to sample the catch right on the boat. You will return to Stykkisholmur where you will have half an hour at your leisure before returning to Grundarfjordur.

Please note: Sightings of specific birds cannot be guaranteed. 


price $155
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4.5 HRS

Moderate

wildlife

culture

walking

sightseeing
Grundarfjordur: Wonders of the West
This tour will offer a chance to see many of the wonderful highlights of Snaefellsnes Peninsula. You will drive through several small fishing villages that hug the dramatic coast on your way to the famous Snaefellsjokull Glacier. You will stop at Djupalonssandur Beach for a short refreshing walk on the pebbled beach where strange rock formations are found and you can take the strength test on four great rocks weighing from 50 to 340 pounds. After a short drive past the cliffs of Londrangar, you will arrive in the tiny fishing village of Arnarstapi with  its many interesting lava formations and an abundance of birdlife. After a walk you will board your coach and head for Budir, famed for its beautiful surroundings of black lava and yellow-sand beach.  You will visit the church  then continue over Frodarheidi Heath back to Grundarfjordur.

Please note: Sightings of sea birds cannot be guaranteed. Wear comfortable walking shoes. The itinerary order may vary.


price $189
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Reykjavik, Iceland



3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Reykjavik: Panoramic Reykjavik & Transfer to Airport
This classic city tour takes in all the highlights of Reykjavík.  Your journey will begin with a drive through Laugardalur (“Warm Water Valley”) where you will pass one of the most popular outdoor geothermal swimming pools. From there the road will lead you to Álftanes Peninsula where the President’s residence, is located.  Returning to the city you will drive past the open-air museum at Árbær, then cross the Ellidaá River, one of the world’s cleanest salmon rivers. Eventually you will reach Perlan, The Pearl with its viewing deck that offers great panoramic views over Reykjavik.   You will head towards Hallgrímskirkja, the church that dominates the city skyline with its imposing tower, then drive through the charming old quarter of Reykjavik with its colorful wooden houses and narrow streets , past the University of Iceland complex and along the city pond, Tjörnin. Eventually you’ll reach the old harbor where you’ll make a quick stop.  Finally you will follow the coastline and make one short stop at Höfdi House where the summit meeting between President Ronald Reagan and Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev was held in 1986. 

Please note:  The order of the itinerary might be reversed if necessary. 


price $155
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3 HRS

Easy

sightseeing
Reykjavik: Panoramic Reykjavik & Transfer to Airport
This classic city tour takes in all the highlights of Reykjavík.  Your journey will begin with a drive through Laugardalur (“Warm Water Valley”) where you will pass one of the most popular outdoor geothermal swimming pools. From there the road will lead you to Álftanes Peninsula where the President’s residence, is located.  Returning to the city you will drive past the open-air museum at Árbær, then cross the Ellidaá River, one of the world’s cleanest salmon rivers. Eventually you will reach Perlan, The Pearl with its viewing deck that offers great panoramic views over Reykjavik.   You will head towards Hallgrímskirkja, the church that dominates the city skyline with its imposing tower, then drive through the charming old quarter of Reykjavik with its colorful wooden houses and narrow streets , past the University of Iceland complex and along the city pond, Tjörnin. Eventually you’ll reach the old harbor where you’ll make a quick stop.  Finally you will follow the coastline and make one short stop at Höfdi House where the summit meeting between President Ronald Reagan and Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev was held in 1986. 

Please note:  The order of the itinerary might be reversed if necessary. 


price $155
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4 HRS

Easy

outdoors
Reykjavik: Relaxing in the Blue Lagoon & Transfer to Hotel
Seize the opportunity to indulge in the healing, tranquil water of the Blue Lagoon. The Lagoon has been named one of the world’s top 25 wonders by National Geographic and has become the most popular attraction in Iceland in recent years.   You will take a pleasant drive through Reykjavík’s suburbs with glimpses of some of the city’s landmarks. You’ll see the Pearl, a dome-shaped glass building situated on a hill overlooking the city, and the internationally awarded concert and conference center Harpa. Once out of Reykjavik you will continue through the rugged lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula. The Blue Lagoon is located in the middle of a beautiful lava field, seemingly in the middle of nowhere in an otherworldly landscape. Here you will have two hours to indulge in the healing water of the Lagoon. The facilities at the Blue Lagoon are excellent. They offer a tax-free shop with a range of mineral-rich Blue Lagoon skin products, café, restaurant and very good changing-room facilities. The Blue Lagoon spa is completely powered by clean geothermal energy and is environmentally certified. You will then be transferred to your hotel.

Please note: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. 


price $185
No longer available online. Please inquire onboard.


4 HRS

Easy

outdoors
Reykjavik: Relaxing in the Blue Lagoon & Transfer to Hotel
Seize the opportunity to indulge in the healing, tranquil water of the Blue Lagoon. The Lagoon has been named one of the world’s top 25 wonders by National Geographic and has become the most popular attraction in Iceland in recent years.   You will take a pleasant drive through Reykjavík’s suburbs with glimpses of some of the city’s landmarks. You’ll see the Pearl, a dome-shaped glass building situated on a hill overlooking the city, and the internationally awarded concert and conference center Harpa. Once out of Reykjavik you will continue through the rugged lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula. The Blue Lagoon is located in the middle of a beautiful lava field, seemingly in the middle of nowhere in an otherworldly landscape. Here you will have two hours to indulge in the healing water of the Lagoon. The facilities at the Blue Lagoon are excellent. They offer a tax-free shop with a range of mineral-rich Blue Lagoon skin products, café, restaurant and very good changing-room facilities. The Blue Lagoon spa is completely powered by clean geothermal energy and is environmentally certified. You will then be transferred to your hotel.

Please note: This tour is not wheelchair accessible. 


price $185
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