Iceland Whale Watching December 19, 2018
Iceland whale watching in December is a unique experience. We had a beautiful winter boat trip out of Grundarfjördur today! Light and sea conditions were stunning and we were lucky enough to come across a pod of about 12 white-beaked dolphins. They were travelling, socializing, and feeding. We got to see them speed along, leap out of the water, and approach the bow of the boat. These dolphins live in large pods all year around Iceland. And we even had the opportunity to take pictures of them in front of the glacier Snaefellsjokull.
More about Snaefellsjokull glacier
Snaefellsjokull glacier is a 700,000 year old glacier-capped stratovolcano. You find it on the most western part of the Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland. It is one of the most famous sits in Iceland. Many people know it from the novel “Journey to the Center of the Earth” written by Jules Verne in 1864. If you like reading this might be the perfect book for your holidays in Iceland.
Come to Snaefellsnes for Iceland Whale Watching December
At this time of the year our whale watching starts from Grundarfjordur located in the North of the peninsula Snaefellsnes in West Iceland. Read more about our tour by clicking this LINK.