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Whale watching Grundarfjörður

Durée: env. 3 heures

Prix: 9900 ISK

Saison: 10 décembre – 31 mars

Whale watching Ólafsvík

Durée: env. 3 heures

Prix: 9900 ISK

Saison: 1 avril – 10 octobre

Whale watching Hólmavík

Durée: env. 2 heures

Prix: 7300 ISK

Saison: 15 juin – 31 août

Sortie macareux Grundarfjörður

Durée: env. 1,5 heures

Prix: 5900 isk

Saison: 1 juin – 20 août

Pêche en mer et observation des oiseaux Grundarfjörður

Durée: env. 2 heures

Prix: 12.000 isk

Saison: 1 juin –20 août

Logement à Grundarfjörður

Petit bed & breakfast avec 8 chambres

au port de Grundarfjörður.

Prix: 14.000 – 16.000 ISK (saison basse)

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20 hours ago

Láki Tours

A lot of really awesome discoveries are made through ongoing research by Orca Guardians Iceland on board our vessels!!EXCITING NEWS!! NEW ID MATCH ICELAND – SCOTLAND

We have some really exciting news to share with you! We have discovered that yet another individual is migrating between Iceland and Scotland, bringing up the count to currently 21 individuals known to make the journey.

Male orca SN324 (West Iceland ID), known as “018” in Scotland, was spotted for the first time in West Iceland in April 2019, and Marie was able to make the match thanks to his appearance in the 2019 Scottish photo-ID catalogue by Andy Foote. In the catalogue, the last account of this young male is listed for 2011, but he did make an appearance at Fair Isle in 2017 together with Scottish-Icelandic regulars Hulk/Supreme (SN066) and Nótt (SN067), and was also sighted in Orkney last month.

When we spotted SN324/018 in Iceland, he was also seen with regularly migrating orca Nótt (SN067), alongside several unfamiliar fins. Maybe there will be more matches in the future, as SN324 would belong to a different core group than the ones we see migrating to Iceland regularly.

If you would like to learn more about the orcas travelling between Iceland and Scotland, check out our short ID guide just for these particular individuals for free download here: orcaguardians.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Killer-Whales-Migrating-between-Iceland-and-Scotland...

Thank you ever so much, as always, to Karen Munro, Andrew Scullion, Andy Foote, Hugh Harrop, and Steve Truluck for their help and input on this finding! We just love these discoveries!!
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2 days ago

Láki Tours

18/08/2019: What a day of whales out of Hólmavík today with many huge humpback whales in the fjord deep feeding on herring that has moved in. Some old friends have come back in and were seen today for the first time this summer, and some new humpbacks are also around. With multiple groups of up to four whales, it was a spectacular day out in the fjord. Judith (Tour guide Hólmavík)
All photos by #JudithScottphotography
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3 days ago

Láki Tours

17/08/2019: With the strong winds finally starting to die down, we got to explore further out into the fjord again here in Hólmavík and numerous big humpback whales awaited us out there. We took photos of at least six different big humpback whales out in the fjord on our three tours today, including an old friend back in, 'Example'! We will be sending the photos in to HappyWhale who we collaborate with on our humpback ID photos as they collect humpback photos from around the world. We can tell individual humpback whales apart by the black and white patterns on the underside of their tail. Judith (Tour guide Hólmavík)
All photos by #JudithScottphotography
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