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Reykjavik: Whale Watching by RIB Speedboat

1. Reykjavik: Whale Watching by RIB Speedboat

Hop aboard a RIB speedboat and head out for a thrilling adventure just off Reykjavik's coast. Marvel at the abundance of sea life Iceland has to offer, such as majestic whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Begin your tour from Reykjavík’s Old Harbor and cruise among the small islands in the Faxaflói Bay, as well as along the coast of Reykjavík. Admire fantastic views of the city and its landmarks like the Harpa concert hall as you search for wildlife in the water. During your tour, pass by Engey, the second-largest island of the Kollafjörður (Faxa Bay) fjord in western Iceland. Also cruise past Lundey, literally “Puffin Island” in Icelandic, a small uninhabited island off Reykjavík’s western coast. Enjoy the chance to see incredible animals in their natural habitat without being overcrowded onboard the boat. And if you don't get lucky with wildlife sightings on the day you go, you'll receive a complimentary ticket to try again another day.

Fridheimar: Icelandic Horse Stable Visit and 5-Gait Demo

2. Fridheimar: Icelandic Horse Stable Visit and 5-Gait Demo

Do you want to meet the famed Icelandic horse up close and learn more about this fantastic breed? Then join in for a visit to a Icelandic horse stable, where stable experts and horses await you.  While enjoying a cup of coffee or tea, specialists will tell you all about what makes the Icelandic horse unique, as well as their historic significance and how they are used today. Then you can meet the horses inside the stables, pet them, and take pictures. As a highlight, one horse is shown ridden around the oval track. Witness the five gaits of the Icelandic horse during a exciting demonstration; see the horse walk, trot, and gallop and witness the special tölt and flying pace.

From Reykjavic: Glymur Waterfall Hike & Hvalfjörður fjord

3. From Reykjavic: Glymur Waterfall Hike & Hvalfjörður fjord

Delve into the wilderness of Iceland on a guided hike from Reykjavic to Glymur Waterfall. Drive through serene, isolated landscapes to Hvalfjörður fjord and find the start of the trail. Follow your guide over a tree trunk to cross a river and climb towards the waterfall. Choose to arrive at the meeting point or get picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavik and head out into the wilderness of Iceland. Watch the vast landscape drift by your window, passing by the stunning Hvalfjörður fjord on your way to Glymur Waterfall. Arrive in the car park and start your hike to the second largest waterfall in Iceland. Test your balance as you walk along a tree trunk to cross over a river. Land on the other bank and know that even when the climbing gets tough, your expert guide is there to help you. Reach the top of the hill and be rewarded with breathtaking views of Glymur Waterfall from the best angle. Listen to the roaring falls and immerse yourself in nature, before driving back through Hvalfjörður fjord.

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Our original trip was cancelled due to wind but Sea Trips made it easy to reschedule. We did the 9:30 am tour and it was great! They provided gloves, goggles and a full suit. You can bring a small bag with you but I recommend it attaches to your body because you go fast. The suits do have pockets though. We saw a humpback very close to the boat, a few Minke whales and a porpoise. We went on a really sunny and calm day, but I can see this really hurting your legs or back on a windy/wavy day. Overall had a great time though and would recommend.

The small boat allows you to get much closer to the whales (we saw one at a distance of one meter) and to have more time to see them being faster than the others (you can move from one sighting place to another much more quickly). The guide and the captain were really nice and prepared! Recommended!

Do not miss this. Saw loads of minke whales and dolphins doing acrobatics. much better on the RIB as you could find more wildlife and get closer to them. Guides knew exactly where to find them. Worth every penny, experience of a lifetime, we will never forget it.

Well organised and safety taken as paramount but not so as to inhibit or constrain the trip

Because of the high swell, a trip boat was booked. Was absolutely fine.