2-Hour Whale Watching Cruise from Reykjavik

What to do in Reykjavik? Hop on board Rosin, our luxurious boat taking 2-Hour Whale Watching Cruise from Reykjavik in just 20-30 minutes.

• Enjoy a fantastic whale watching cruise from Reykjavik
• See the beautiful giants of Iceland
• Free ticket to try again in case of no sightings
• Educational and interactive focus
• Bathroom facilities on board

2-Hour Whale Watching Cruise from Reykjavik

Your whale watching adventure begins at Reykjavik‘s Old Harbour, just minutes away from the city center! Our boats offer great comfort, a fantastic interior, large outside viewing decks and a safe family environment. Our friendly and knowledgeable guides, along with the captain and crew, will lead you to the best spots to find whales and provide interesting information about the different kinds of whales and seabirds you can expect to see.
Small-Group Reykjavik RIB Whale Watching Cruise

Join our fast and luxurious boat, Rosin, which will get you to the whale watching grounds in only 20-30 minutes! Built especially for whale watching with a high cruising speed, great fun for the adventurous!

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Choose from a variety of daily departures and then travel to Reykjavik Old Harbour to meet your guide and captain. Pull on your provided overalls and safety gear and board your RIB speedboat after a quick safety briefing. Hold on tight as your captain takes you out of the harbor, and keep an eye out for some of Faxaflói’s famous species.

During the mating season, from May until the end of August, loop around the bay’s wind-beaten islets to observe puffins in their native habitat, and then venture out on the open water to spy out the spectacular whales and dolphins. On your way back to the harbor, take a cruise along Reykjavik’s coastline and take in the scenery from the water.

The cityscape in this part of town is made up of colorful fishing huts and bustling eateries, as well as some thought-provoking sights. Enjoy seeing Jón Gunnar Arnason’s Sun Voyager sculpture and the Harpa Concert Hall, a gleaming glass structure claimed to be inspired by Iceland’s volcanic nature. Return to the commencement point where your tour ends after approximately two hours on the water.

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