Whale Watching and Golden Circle


Make the most of your day by combining these two Icelandic must-sees, Whale Watching and the Golden Circle.


Whale Watching and Golden Circle. Why not enjoy a whale watching tour in Reykjavík before going to the Golden Circle Iceland

Home to 23 species of whales and dolphins, the waters around Iceland provide rich feeding grounds, making this a particularly good place to go whale watching.

Follow the whale watching tour, you’ll head out on the Golden Circle, which covers Iceland’s biggest natural attractions; including Þingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir geothermal area.


  • See whales and dolphins in their natural habitat
  • Observe the rich bird life of Faxaflói Bay
  • Enjoy nature and history of Þingvellir National Park
  • Experience the power and beauty og Gullfoss waterfall
  • Stand next to an erupting hot spring at Geysir geothermal area

Please note: In the unlikely event that no whales or dolphins are seen during your tour, you will receive a complimentary ticket to join the tour another time for free


Whale Watching

Your trip starts with Whale watching tour in Reykjavík where you will get the chance to see dolphins and whales in their natural environment just out from Reykjavík and Faxaflói Bay

Sea Bird of Faxaflói Bay

The bird life in Faxaflói bay is rich all year around. You will get to see the birds along with whales

Whales of Iceland

After the whale watching tour you can go to the largest exhibition of its kind in Europe, the “Whales of Iceland Exhibition” featuring around 25 life-size specimens of whales that live in the ocean around us in Iceland.

Golden Circle Tour

After your Whale watching tour and visit to the exhibition you will head out on the Golden Circle tour that covers Iceland most natural attractions. Þingvellir national park, Gullfoss Waterfall, and Geysir (strokkur) geothermal area.

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