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Reykjavik Boat Trips and Cruises

Head out of Reykjavik on a cruise, and you will be experiencing a plethora of unforgettable moments and memories to share. You're out there watching whales on an Iceland Boat Tours and witnessing one of the great wonders of the natural world gracefully cutting its way through the waves! And if you think it's just whale watching, well the magic keeps on coming! Taking the Reykjavik boat trips will open your eyes to the beauty and wonder of nature and the natural world. One not to be missed.

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Our tips for Cruises

  • Get your sea legs ready. For a thrilling whale-watching experience and to witness the Northern Lights, get yourself ready for a sea voyage. Make sure to take medications for sea sickness for a smooth journey.
  • Book in advance. The Iceland cruise tours can be expensive. Your best bet for conserving money is by booking tickets well in advance and looking out for the best deals that may suit your group.

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Head out of the bay and watch nature's very own light show. The Northern Lights are something to behold. You'll be mesmerized by the scene taking place in the sky above, dancing lights across a clear sky, magical. Iceland is also known for its thrilling whale-watching adventure cruises. Witness some of the majestic creatures like white-beaked dolphins, harbour porpoises, humpback whales and orcas (otherwise known as killer whales) which are common sightings during the winter season. On a Northern Cruise, enjoy the extravaganza of the Northern Lights and 360-degree views from the comfort of the cruise.

Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon has icebergs that are over 1000 years old. Because it joins the ocean, its water is blue-green in color. This glacier lagoon was also featured in movies like Die Another Day and Tomb Raider.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book the Iceland Cruise Tour?
    A:

    The best time to book is during the summer months from June to August when is it warmer and the days are long as well. Depending on your preference, you can book a night cruise to see the Northern Lights or a day cruise to go whale watching.

  • Q: What to wear on an Iceland Boat Trip?
    A:

    Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes during boat trips. The weather in Iceland can change in a heartbeat. So, carry extra layers and waterproof jackets to protect yourself against windy conditions. In some tours, you will also get warm overalls to keep you cozy on your cruise.

  • Q: Where is the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon?
    A:

    Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon is located in the Southeast of Iceland bordering Vatnajökull National Park.

  • Q: Is the boat cruise safe?
    A:

    Yes, all boat cruises are accompanied by the tour guide to make sure that everyone stays safe. You will also be aided with your personal photography.

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