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- Address: Ægisgarður, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland, Reykjavik
- Timings: 08:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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1.57% of people who visit Reykjavik include Special Tours in their plan
74.44% of people start their Special Tours visit around 10 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Special Tours
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Special Tours
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Special Tours, Reykjavik Reviews
We had a great whale watching tour this morning. It took a while but we ended up seeing a Humpback whale several times which was magnificent! Boat was comfortable and definitely recommend taking advantage of the warm overalls when going outside on deck. They have a nice canteen where you can buy drinks and snacks, and also have 6 toilets. They provide free seasickness tablets and many people took those. I didn't because I don't get seasick but with even three foot swells it got rough for a bit, so take precautions. Crew were all marine biologists and gave educational facts about the Whales as we traveled which was neat. They will also email you pictures of the Whales after the tour which is cool. We also did the one hour puffin cruise with them and loved seeing all the puffins and other birds as well as learning about the area. Highly recommend!
Great experience on the 17:00 to 20:00 sea fishing trip. Very nice small but fast boat staffed with two biologist guides and three additional crew for our 15 passenger group (they can take up to 25). Two kids around 8 years old were on the trip and really enjoyed it. I wouldn't take much younger than that, however. Under 15 years old are half price. We stopped to fish in four different spots, all near dolphins, whales and puffins, with nearly everyone catching at least one or two fish. Only a few had sea fished before, with the crew helping everyone that needed it (it was pretty simple anyway). We were having so much fun that the captain even extended the trip by a half hour. As fish were caught the crew prepared them for the grill. On the way back to the dock, they served a generous sample along with potatoes and sauce. It was a nice light meal that made the trip extra special. A similar meal in Reykjavik would be $40/person, so take that into consideration when comparing the cost to a typical whale watching tour. I would highly recommend this compared to other boat excursions.
Had a great time with guide Cat and captain John today on the Rib express. We encountered multiple humpback whales within 30 minutes of departure and spotted some minke whales too. Awesome tour and we will never forget Iceland drew 1-1 to Argentina in the world cup that day :-))
Northern Lights tour was great! The full moon was present which made it a bit harder to see the lights, but they were very strong the night I went and were well worth the trip. They provide insulated flotation suits which are amazingly warm, definitely wear one. The guide/photographer Sara was very nice and helpful with people who wanted to take pictures using their own cameras. Nights can be hit or miss for the lights apparently so try to post pone going if it even a little cloudy out. I got lucky and had a great experience, its kind of a game of chance to see the lights, its not a guaranteed thing. Only issue I had was there was minimal outside seating on the boat, and they don't make it clear via email what you need to do when arriving at the docks. There is no designated parking, you need to go to the special tours booth and show them your voucher/email and they print you a ticket and direct you towards the boats. There is a big sign that says northern lights and special tours. Hope this helps!
We did both a puffin tour and a whale watching tour on two different days. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. Though we didn't see any big whales, we did get to see a school of dolphins very close! Make sure you put on the overalls!
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