Whale Watching is a great way to come face to face with some of the most incredible creatures on the planet.
Whether it be to see the largest animal the Blue Whale, or you want to see the highly intelligent Killer Whales (Orcas), there are many different locations and possibilities to see them in their natural habitat.
While nature doesn't regularly work to clocks, certain places on Earth enable your chances of seeing whales in the wild to be highly increased.
We do encourage people to choose responsible tour providers and to see whales in their natural habitat rather than in captivity.
Husavik is often refereed to as the Whale Watching Capital of Europe. Iceland in general is an incredible place to see the mammals in their natural habitat. This is a destination that's especially great to catch the Blue Whale.
The 6 day tour has so much packed into it including, The Ring Road of Iceland, The Golden Circle, Glacier Hiking, Waterfalls and of course Whale Watching.
With accommodation, breakfast and travel included for your entire trip, this package is one worth looking at.
Extreme Iceland are a fully licensed tour operator and travel agency based entirely in Iceland. Providing local knowledge and experience through a strong team of guides, they service tours around Iceland.
Tours include hiking, whale watching, food and boat tours. They are travel agency authorised by the Icelandic Tourist Board.
This trip takes a lap of Iceland over 6 days, and enables you to visit many different destinations. Whale Watching is an incredible experience, but you should also take advantage of other excursions available when visiting such an area with so much to offer.Book Now
If you don't want the full 7 day tour, then you are able to check out their individual Whale Watching Tour, of which you can get excursions for under £100 visiting their website clicking learn more below.Book Now
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