Whale Watching Ólafsvík

Mit uns in die Welt der Orcas eintauchen

UNSERE TOUREN

Whale watching Grundarfjörður

Dauer: ca. 3 Stunden

Kosten: 9900 ISK

Saison: 10. Dez – 31. März

Whale watching Ólafsvík

Dauer: ca. 3 Stunden

Kosten: 9900 ISK

Saison: 1. April – 10. Okt

Whale watching Hólmavík

Dauer: ca. 2 Stunden

Kosten: 7300 ISK

Saison: 15. Juni – 20 August

Papageientaucher-Tour Grundarfjörður

Dauer: ca. 1,5 Stunden

Kosten: 5900 ISK

Saison: 1. Juni – 20. August

Meeresangeln und Vogelbeobachtung Grundarfjörður

Dauer: ca. 2 Stunden

Kosten: 12.000 ISK

Saison: 1. Juni – 20. August

Unterkunft in Grundarfjörður

Kleine Pension mit 8 Zimmern

am Hafen von Grundarfjörður.

Kosten: 14.000 – 16.000 ISK (Nebensaison)

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3 days ago

Láki Tours

We are experiencing a long period of strong wind here in the west of Iceland which means we have not been able to get out on the water for a few days. However, northern lights season has started here in Iceland and so here are a couple of photos our guide Judith took a few nights ago in our home town of Grundarfjörður with the iconic mountain Kirkjufell surrounded in lights! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Láki Tours

What a wonderful time we had today with some very sociable and playful pilot whales today in Breidafjördur. There were hundreds of individuals spread out not far from Ólafsvík along with white-beaked dolphins also. The pilot whales did many spy-hops, were seen blowing bubbles, spitting water, rolling around and were curious to the boat. We also got to see a tiny calf close by as we just drifted, surrounded by them. A wonderful encounter! Judith (Tour guide) ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Láki Tours

Our whale watching season in Hólmavík, Westfjords has now finished until June 2019. What a year it was, with humpbacks sighted every day except one and other species seen were orcas, pilot whales, Minke whales, Northern bottlenose whales and some incredible white-beaked dolphin encounters. Being the only boat out with the whales, creating a much closer to nature experience for the passengers and a quieter experience for the whales, having less people often than more famous destinations, and often being able to see whales before you even leave the harbour, makes us think Hólmavík is a fantastic spot to go and see whales and dolphins. A family friendly fjord, the most sheltered in Iceland means, for a second year not one passenger got sea sick on the tours. Maybe you can join us next year, beginning mid June? We will be there!
Here are our photographic highlights from the season, all taken by our main Hólmavík guide Judith Scott.
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