Iceland – Expedition (Northbound)

Duration: 15 days

Departure:
24 June 2020
Price from:
5690 € per person
  • Explore mystical Iceland – the land of fire and ice
  • From Hamburg, sail north to the magnificent Norwegian fjords
  • Fascinating nature with waterfalls, volcanoes and glaciers side by side
  • A paradise for bird and whale watching
The majestic Dynjandi waterfall. We will call on charming towns and settlements, on the hunt for iconic natural attractions.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Iceland
Beautiful seashore of Grimsey Island, Iceland. Our expedition cruise offers excursions to a variety of islands, towns and settlements, spectacular views and interesting sites, all accompanied by our knowledgeable Expedition Team.
Beautiful seashore of Grimsey Island, Iceland. Our expedition cruise offers excursions to a variety of islands, towns and settlements, spectacular views and interesting sites, all accompanied by our knowledgeable Expedition Team.
Three puffins on a cliff. Go birdwatching, step across the Arctic Circle and enjoy walks through the coastal landscape of Iceland.

Itinerary

Explore the spectacular natural world and charming towns of Iceland and Norway. The experience of being on deck as we cruise into the majestic Norwegian fjords is unforgettable. Stroll through quaint Arctic villages, learn Viking history, and scan for abundant wildlife on this remarkable expedition cruise.
Day 1-2
Hamburg, Germany - Overnight & Embarkation
Canals and Gardens
Canal in historic Speicherstadt, Hamburg
Canal in historic Speicherstadt, Hamburg.

Hamburg is one of the greenest urban areas in Europe – boasting large parks, botanical gardens and nature reserves.  Enjoy an overnight stay on board which gives you plenty of time to explore the city and some of its many canals. 

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Hamburg Harbour Cruise
    A visit to the "Hansestadt" Hamburg is simply incomplete without a tour through the harbour, the second largest seaport in Europe
  • Hamburg - Bremen's Top 10
    Come with us to Bremen, a fascinating city and UNESCO World Heritage site with 1,000 years of history!
  • Hamburg - Lübeck’s Ancient Alleyways & a Pub from the Past
    Welcome to Lübeck, once known as the 'Queen of the Hanseatic League' and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This former ‘Free Imperial’ and Hanseatic city is steeped in history and tradition with proud old patrician houses and red-brick churches.
  • Hamburg - Cycle Tour Along the Elbe River
    Experience the ‘Free Imperial’ and Hanseatic City of Hamburg from a different perspective. This is one of Hamburg’s finest tours, especially for passengers who love to combine light outdoor activities with a touch of culture.
Canal in historic Speicherstadt, Hamburg
Canal in historic Speicherstadt, Hamburg.
Hamburg canals
Canals of Hamburg,
Admiring a beautiful sunset from deck
Admire beautiful sunsets from deck.
Photo: Astrid Mergen
Day 3
At sea
Heading North
Admiring a beautiful sunset from deck
Admire beautiful sunsets from deck.
Photo: Astrid Mergen

Enjoy an idyllic day at sea as we head towards Norway.  Take in the panoramic views from one of the many viewpoints around the ship, relax with a book or join one of the lectures onboard and find out more about the exciting days ahead.

Day 4
Kristiansand - Half day
Charming Kristiansand
Dining in the harbour of Kristiansand, Norway
Dining in the harbour, or "Fiskebrygga".
Photo: Patricia Thiede Foap

Kristiansand´s beautiful beaches and archipelago, charming old town, interesting local history and nearby nature make it a popular destination. Visit the fish markets, join our optional excursion or enjoy the great outdoors.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Kristiansand by Foot
    This walking tour reflects the city's 371 years of history
  • Kristiansand - The Jewel of the South
    Join us on board the sightseeing boat M/S Maarten for a leisurely cruise along Norway’s southern coastline from Kristiansand to Lillesand.
  • Kristiansand - River Rafting in Setesdal Valley
    This white-water rafting adventure truly is wet and wild! You paddle, you surf, you laugh and you shriek with delight.
Dining in the harbour of Kristiansand, Norway
Dining in the harbour, or "Fiskebrygga".
Photo: Patricia Thiede Foap
Kilden concert hall and theatre by the sea, Kristiansand, Norway
Kilden concert hall and theatre by the sea, Kristiansand, Norway.
Photo: Knut Arne Gjertsen
Panoramic view of the Lysefjord, Norway
Panoramic view of the Lysefjord, Norway.
Photo: Dmitriy Belyaev
Cliffs along the Lysefjord, Norway
The Prekestolen plateau, 604 meters from top to bottom.
Photo: Guillaume Baviere
Mountain scenery in Lysefjord, Norway
Mountain scenery in Lysefjord.
Photo: Markus Gjengaar
Day 5
Lysefjorden - Half day
Towering Preikestolen
Cliffs along the Lysefjord, Norway
The Prekestolen plateau, 604 meters from top to bottom.
Photo: Guillaume Baviere

Lysefjord is 40 kilometres long and 422 metres deep. The Preikestolen plateau towers an impressive 604 metres over the surface of the water. We will sail into the fjord, enjoy the great landscape from deck and hope to have a fine view of Preikestolen from below.

Day 6
Geiranger
UNESCO Beauty
Stunning aerial view of the Geirangerfjord, Norway
Stunning aerial view of the Geirangerfjord, Norway.
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon

Geirangerfjord features stunning nature and idyllic villages along its 100 km stretch.  The fjord here is world famous for its dramatic landscape and is UNESCO-listed as a World Heritage Site. Enjoy taking in the scenery as we sail into this famous area of stunning beauty.

Stunning aerial view of the Geirangerfjord, Norway
Stunning aerial view of the Geirangerfjord, Norway.
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon
View of the mountains surrounding the Geirangerfjord, Norway
Famous Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Photo: Volker Rohde
The Expedition Team giving lectures
The Expedition Team giving lectures on deck.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen
Lecture on board
Learn about our next destination through on-board lectures.
Photo: Lisa Anderson
Day 7
At sea
Norwegian Sea
The Expedition Team giving lectures
The Expedition Team giving lectures on deck.
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen

Enjoy a relaxing day at sea with on board lectures while we set course towards Iceland. Our Expedition Team will hold talks and workshops and share their knowledge and experience.  You will also have the chance to visit our Science Center for interesting topics and discussions.

Day 8
Seyðisfjörður - Half day
Nordic Heritage
Seydisfjordur, with Nordic-style houses from the early 20th century
Seydisfjordur, with Nordic-style houses from the early 20th century.
Photo: Barry Marsh

The Norwegian heritage of the village of Seyðisfjörður is reflected in colourful Nordic-style wooden houses dating from the early 20th century. The handcrafted architecture creates a truly unique identity in the settlement. Explore this quirky town, join an organised hike or take an optional excursion to Skálanes.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Seydisfjôrdur - A stroll around Seyðisfjörður
    Enjoy a walking tour of Seyðisfjordur’s colourful streets, including visits to the Blue Church and the local culture centre with modern art exhibitions
  • Skálanes Nature Reserve
    Visit one of Iceland’s most remote places that few Icelanders have even seen.
  • Vök Baths
    Plunge into Iceland´s purest hot springs water in the bathing pools at Lake Urridavatn.
Seydisfjordur, with Nordic-style houses from the early 20th century
Seydisfjordur, with Nordic-style houses from the early 20th century.
Photo: Barry Marsh
Strolling in the picturesque town of Seydisfjordur, Iceland
Strolling in the picturesque town of Seydisfjordur.
Monumental cliffs, Grimsey, Iceland
Monumental cliffs, Grimsey, Iceland.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Hiking the fields of Grimsey
Hiking the fields of Grimsey.
Photo: Karsten Bidstrup
Beautiful seashore of Grimsey Island, Iceland
Beautiful seashore of Grimsey Island.
Day 9
Grímsey - Full day
Step Across the Arctic Circle
Hiking the fields of Grimsey
Hiking the fields of Grimsey.
Photo: Karsten Bidstrup

We will use our tender boats to reach this green and grassy island. It is probably best known for its proximity to the Arctic Circle, which cuts across the island. Pending favourable conditions, you will have the chance to step across that line, North to South.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Grimsey Island - Arctic circle crossing ceremony
    Just off the north coast of Iceland is the island of Grimsey – Iceland’s northernmost inhabited island. Covering an area of only 5,3 km², the island is small enough to easily be explored on foot.
Day 10
Akureyri - Full day
Centre in the North
View of Lake Myvatn
View of Lake Myvatn .
Photo: Markus Trienke

Lively Akureyri is famous for its botanical gardens and pretty traffic lights. This is the most populous Icelandic community outside Reykjavík, and serves as the centre of trade, culture and services for the region. Akureyri is close to many of Iceland’s most renowned natural treasures, such as Lake Mývatn and Goðafoss waterfall. 

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Akureyri - Town Walk & Botanical Garden
    You will discover the past and present of Akureyri strolling at a leisurely pace around town.
  • Akureyri - Off the Beaten Track
    Dare to venture off the beaten track! This tour offers sights not seen by the usual tours. Our 4x4 Super Jeeps offer the chance for fun and excitement as we discover some of the best of the island.
  • Akureyri on Horseback
    Discover and enjoy Iceland’s beautiful nature on horseback.
  • Akureyri - Mývatn Nature Baths
    We visit the spectacular Godafoss falls before we take you to Mývatn Nature Baths, where you can enjoy a completely natural experience. Enjoy a relaxing dip amidst clouds of steam and a luxurious swim in a pool of geothermal water drawn from depths of up to 2,500 meters.
View of Lake Myvatn
View of Lake Myvatn .
Photo: Markus Trienke
Typical street in Akureyri,
Typical street in Akureyri.
Idyllic scenery, Ísafjörður, Iceland
Idyllic scenery, Ísafjörður.
Photo: Karsten Bidstrup
Dynjandi waterfall
Dynjandi waterfall.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Flanked by towering mountains, Ísafjörður is a nearly perfect natural harbour
Flanked by towering mountains, Ísafjörður is a nearly perfect natural harbour.
Day 11
Isafjörður - Full day
Wonderful Westfjords
Dynjandi waterfall
Dynjandi waterfall.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner

Flanked by towering mountains on all sides, Ísafjörður is a nearly perfect natural harbour. Stroll around to see the architecture, shop for a variety of local handicrafts and view the oldest houses in Iceland, including the structure that houses the Maritime Museum.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Isafjördur - Beach clean-up
    The most important daily task of our crews (and our guests) is to stop waste before it enters the oceans
  • Dynjandi Waterfall & Local Village
    Explore the wonders of Iceland´s mystical West Fjords! Experience breathtaking scenery, rugged landscapes, lofty ridgetops, and beautiful, deep fjords where farmers and the inhabitants of small villages huddle together on narrow swathes of land. We also visit Dynjandi waterfall and the remote fishing village of Suðureyri.
  • Ísafjörður - Savour the flavour of Suðureyri
    Taste local produce and learn how to build an eco-conscious fishing village in the North Atlantic. We visit the environmentally progressive fishing village of Suðureyri, where you get an in-depth guided tour from the locals.
  • Ísafjörður - Vigur Paradise Island
    Meet and greet puffins and send a postcard from the smallest post office in Europe, when we offer a guided tour on Vigur Island. We travel by boat on the Ísafjarðardjúp and then set foot in beautiful surroundings. Before we head back, you can enjoy refreshments from the local farm run by the Island’s ten inhabitants.
  • Hornstrandir Hike
    Hike through the unique and pristine environment of Hornstrandir Nature Reserve - untouched by cars, electricity or domestic animals.
Day 12
Patreksfjördur - Full day
Patreksfjörður
Visiting Dynjandi waterfall, Ísafjörður, Iceland
Visiting Dynjandi waterfall, Ísafjörður.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner

Patreksfjördur is a charming settlement on the west coast with around 660 inhabitants. The picturesque fjord offers scenic hiking trails if conditions allow. Patreksfjördur is also close to the spectacular waterfall of Dynjandi and to Látrabjarg, a renowned site for birdwatching.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Patreksfjördur - Stroll through the most western village of Europe
    We will start by a stroll through the lively harbour of the fishing village Patreksfjörður, learn about the importance of the fisheries for the village and get to know some different kinds of fish.
  • Patreksfjördur - Splendid Combination
    Admire the beauty and culture of the Westfjords with a scenic drive and walking tour featuring the powerful Dynjandi waterfall.
  • Patreksfjördur - Latrabjarg Cliff
    Walk on Europe’s largest bird cliff, the stunning Látrabjarg, the western-most point of Europe. Enjoy the amazing world of bird life and incredible nature as well as a stop at a fascinating Folk Museum.
Visiting Dynjandi waterfall, Ísafjörður, Iceland
Visiting Dynjandi waterfall, Ísafjörður.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
View to the scenic village of Patreksfjordur, Iceland
Scenic Patreksfjordur.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
A beacon on a cliff, Stykkisholmur, Iceland
A beacon on a cliff, Stykkisholmur, Iceland.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Hiking in rough landscape, Stykkisholmur, Iceland
Go hiking in rough landscape in Stykkisholmur.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Different eras of architecture in Stykkisholmur, Iceland
Different eras of architecture in Stykkisholmur.
Photo: Karsten Bidstrup
Day 13
Stykkishólmur - Full day
Sagaland
Hiking in rough landscape, Stykkisholmur, Iceland
Go hiking in rough landscape in Stykkisholmur.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner

Stykkishólmur has beautiful and well-preserved old houses in the town centre and is surrounded by wonderful scenery.  Enjoy exploring the town´s interesting museums or join optional excursions to the iconic sites of Snæfellsnes Penninsula, such as the Lóndrangar basalt cliffs or the black sandy beaches of Djúpalónssandur.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Stykkishólmur - Walking tour & visit to the Eider center
    Explore the beautiful town of Stykkisholmur, the largest town on the northern side of the Snæfellsnes peninsula.
  • Stykkishólmur - Caves, craters and coves
    Welcome to an adventurous tour to some of the area’s best loved coastal hiking trails, together with approximately 45 minutes of cave exploration - all under the watchful eye of the famous Snæfellsjökull glacier.
  • Stykkishólmur - Highlights of Snæfellsnes
    This tour visits many of the wonderful highlights on Snæfellsnes peninsula – an area rich in natural beauty, history and culture
  • Stykkishólmur - Hiking in the Berserk Lava field
    Join a guided hike through some of the most fascinating landscapes on Iceland. We visit the enormous Berserk Lava Field, formed by an ancient volcanic eruption about three to four thousand years ago.
Day 14
Heimaey - Full day
Welcome Home
A visit to Heimaey stave church, Iceland
A visit to Heimaey stave church, Iceland.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner

Heimaey, or “Home Island” welcomes us for our visit.  The area features dramatic and steep sea cliffs, which are well-vegetated and provide a habitat for countless birds, including the charming Puffin.

Optional excursions
  • Included
    Heimaey - Fun and lively walk over the lava with a local
    This hiking tour is a great way to get to know the volcanic history of the island and get in touch with the beautiful nature.
  • Heimaey Island Tour
    Join a 3-hour scenic drive to the main attractions of Heimaey. Visit several stunning natural sites and learn about the volcanic eruption that took place here in 1973 when we visit Eldheimar Museum.
  • Westman island hiking tour
    See the fascinating Helgafell volcano and learn about the volcanic eruption that began on Jan 23rd 1973. Explore the area and see how the island’s inhabitants have built up their houses. We also visit Eldheimar Museum.
  • Heimaey - Boat tour of Heimaey
    Sail around Heimaey and its landscape and wildlife from a different angle.
A visit to Heimaey stave church, Iceland
A visit to Heimaey stave church, Iceland.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Arriving Heimaey Island with Hurtigruten
Arriving Heimaey Island in Hurtigruten's complimentary wind- and water-resistant jacket.
Photo: Andrea Klaussner
Harpa concert hall and conference centre, Reykjavík, Iceland
Harpa concert hall and conference centre, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Photo: Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson
Day 15
Reykjavik - Disembarkation
The World's Northernmost Capital
Harpa concert hall and conference centre, Reykjavík, Iceland
Harpa concert hall and conference centre, Reykjavík, Iceland.
Photo: Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson

Iceland's capital offers visitors a rich urban life. Relatively close to the city you will find glaciers, waterfalls, geysers and mountains. Reykjavík itself hosts fine restaurants, museums and shops. We arrive in the morning and this is where our voyage ends.

Hurtigruten offers unique expedition cruises to some of the most remote and pristine waters of the world. As with all expeditions; nature prevails. Weather, and ice and sea conditions, sets the final framework for all Hurtigruten’s operations. Safety and unparalleled guest experiences are at all times our top priorities. All our indicative itineraries are continuously evaluated for adaptions, whether this is due to constraints the elements unexpectedly presents – or exciting possibilities nature and wildlife offer. That is why we call it an expedition.
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What's included

Included in your voyage

  • Hurtigruten Expedition Cruise in cabin grade of your choice

EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR AN ADVENTURE

  • A rich programme of included activities on all voyages designed to immerse you in the destinations you visit, including small boat cruising and onshore exploration with the Expedition Team  
  • Professional English-speaking Expedition Team - an international handpicked team of highly educated experts of various academic fields with profound knowledge of the region we sail in  
  • Complimentary wind- and water-resistant jacket
  • Loan of boots, trekking poles, and equipment needed for optional and included activities 

ENGAGING ONBOARD ACTIVITIES AND EDUCATION

  • In-depth lectures on science, history, biology, geography, geology or culture that provide context to your voyage and help you understand the destinations you will experience  
  • Explorer Science programme, with educational and Citizen Science activities that let you learn about the sights you’ll see while contributing to research
  •  Introduction photo lecture, camera adjustment and tips & tricks, photo and film footage from the voyage shared in an Expedition Logbook
  • Casual opportunities to engage with the Expedition Team and other guests, including a welcome event, daily gatheringsto recap the day and prepare for the day to come
  • Opportunities to dine and interact with the Expedition Team and officers  
  • Destination-focused onboard library  
  • Port presentations providing destination insight
  • A Farewell event  

PREMIUM ONBOARD COMFORT

  • All meals including beverages (ship beer and wine, sodas and mineral water in all restaurants)
  • Coffee and tea included throughout the day
  • Early riser and afternoon treat offered in addition to breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Fredheim restaurant meals included 
  • A la carte restaurant (only for suite guests) 
  • Gym, hot tubs and panoramic sauna
  • Rejuvenating wellness areas with separate treatment rooms, infinity pool, outdoor gym, running track 
  • Free Wi-fi on board for all guests. Be aware that we sail in remote areas with limited connection. Streaming is not supported.
  • No gratuities expected   

Not included in your voyage

  • International flights
  • Optional shore excursions with our local partners
  • Optional small-group adventures with our Expedition Team such as kayaking and extended hiking (availability pending weather conditions and safety)
  • Travel insurance
  • Luggage handling
A large boat in a body of water with a mountain in the background
Pool area on MS Fridtjof Nansen
Photo: Oscar Farrera
Science Center
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon

Your ship

MS Fridtjof Nansen

Year built 2020
Shipyard Kleven Yards, Norway
Passenger capacity 530 (500 in Antarctica)
Gross tonnage 20 889 T
Length 140 m
Beam 23,6 m
Speed 15 knots
A large boat in a body of water with a mountain in the background

MS Fridtjof Nansen is the latest addition to Hurtigruten’s fleet of custom built ships – and the next generation expedition ship. She will explore some of the most spectacular corners of the globe.

Read more about MS Fridtjof Nansen

Suite MD on MS Roald Amundsen
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon

Optional excursions

Some expedition cruises may include excursions that can be reserved for no additional charge. These included excursions can often be combined with other excursions available in port.

Please note excursions are subject to change and are not yet available for booking for departures after March 2021.

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Hamburg - Hamburg Harbour Cruise

Europe

Duration

1 hr 45 min

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-HAM1

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A group of people standing in front of a building A group of people standing in front of a building

Hamburg - Bremen's Top 10

Europe

Duration

7 hours

Price per person

From 131 €

Booking code

E-HAM2

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A large clock tower towering over the city of london A large clock tower towering over the city of london

Hamburg – Lübeck’s Ancient Alleyways & a Pub from the Past

Europe

Duration

5h30

Price per person

From 112 €

Booking code

E-HAM3

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A boat in the water with a city in the background A boat in the water with a city in the background

Hamburg – Cycle Tour Along the Elbe River

Europe

Duration

3h30

Price per person

From 187 €

Booking code

E-HAM4

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Kristiansand - Kristiansand by Foot

Norway

Duration

2 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-KRS1

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A boat is docked next to a body of water A boat is docked next to a body of water

Kristiansand – The Jewel of the South

Norway

Duration

4 hours

Price per person

From 137 €

Booking code

S-KRS1

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Rafting. Rafting.

Kristiansand - River Rafting in Setesdal Valley

Norway

Duration

5h

Price per person

From 187 €

Booking code

S-KRS2

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Seydisfjôrdur - A stroll around Seyðisfjörður

Iceland

Duration

2 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-SEY1

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The sympathetically renovated Icelandic farmhouse of Skalanes The sympathetically renovated Icelandic farmhouse of Skalanes

Seydisfjôrdur - Skálanes Nature Reserve

Iceland

Duration

Approx. 3 hours 30 minutes

Price per person

From 193 €

Booking code

G-SEY2

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Seyðisfjörður - Vök Baths

Iceland

Duration

3h20

Price per person

From 137 €

Booking code

G-SEY3

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Grimsey Island - Arctic circle crossing ceremony

Iceland

Duration

2 hrs 30 min

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-GRY1

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Akureyri - Town walk & Botanical Garden visit

Iceland

Duration

2h30

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-AKU1

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Magnificent Bárðardalur Valley Magnificent Bárðardalur Valley

Akureyri - Off the beaten tracks

Iceland

Duration

Approx. 7 hours 30 minutes

Price per person

From 299 €

Booking code

G-AKU4

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A group of sheep standing on top of a lush green field A group of sheep standing on top of a lush green field

Akureyri - Akureyri on Horseback

Iceland

Duration

2 hrs

Price per person

From 99 €

Booking code

G-AKU7

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Lake Mývatn is one of Europe’s greatest natural treasures Lake Mývatn is one of Europe’s greatest natural treasures

Akureyri - Myvatn Nature Baths

Iceland

Duration

Approx. 5 hours 30 minutes

Price per person

From 149 €

Booking code

G-AKU3

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Isafjördur - Beach clean-up

Iceland

Duration

1 - 3 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-ISA1

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Dynjandi Waterfall, Iceland Dynjandi Waterfall, Iceland

Ísafjörður - Dynjandi Waterfall & Local Village

Iceland

Duration

6 hours

Price per person

From 262 €

Booking code

G-ISA1

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The fishing village of Suðureyri The fishing village of Suðureyri

Ísafjörður - Savour the flavour of Suðureyri

Iceland

Duration

Approx. 3 hours

Price per person

From 124 €

Booking code

G-ISA5

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Atlantic Puffin Atlantic Puffin

Ísafjörður - Vigur Paradise Island

Iceland

Duration

Approx. 3 hours

Price per person

From 106 €

Booking code

G-ISA3

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Ísafjörður - Hornstrandir Hike

Iceland

Duration

9hrs

Price per person

From 324 €

Booking code

G-ISA10

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Patreksfjördur - Stroll through town

Iceland

Duration

1 hr

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-PJF1

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The stunning Westfjords, Iceland The stunning Westfjords, Iceland

Patreksfjördur - Splendid Combination

Iceland

Duration

6 hours

Price per person

From 206 €

Booking code

G-PJF1

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Látrabjarg, Iceland, Europe's largest bird cliff Látrabjarg, Iceland, Europe's largest bird cliff

Patreksfjördur - Latrabjarg Cliff

Iceland

Duration

5 hours 30 mins

Price per person

From 206 €

Booking code

G-PJF2

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Stykkishólmur - Walking tour & visit to the Eider centre

Iceland

Duration

2 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-STY1

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Stykkishólmur - Caves, craters and coves

Iceland

Duration

7 hrs

Price per person

From 224 €

Booking code

G-STY7

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Church at Hellnar with Snaefellsjökull in the background Church at Hellnar with Snaefellsjökull in the background

Stykkishólmur - Highlights of Snæfellsnes

Iceland

Duration

5 hours 15 min

Price per person

From 174 €

Booking code

G-STY5

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Stykkishólmur - Hiking in the Berserk Lava field

Iceland

Duration

3 hrs

Price per person

From 199 €

Booking code

G-STY3

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Heimaey - Fun and lively walk over the lava with a local

Iceland

Duration

2hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking code

INCL-HEI1

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View from Helgafell over Heimaey View from Helgafell over Heimaey

Heimaey Island Tour

Iceland

Duration

3 hours

Price per person

From 137 €

Booking code

G-HEI1

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View of Heimaey from Eldfell volcano View of Heimaey from Eldfell volcano

Heimaey - Westman Island Walking Tour and Eldheimar museum

Iceland

Duration

3 hours 30 minutes

Price per person

From 87 €

Booking code

G-HEI2

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Cruising around Heimaey, Iceland Cruising around Heimaey, Iceland

Heimaey - Boat tour

Iceland

Duration

2 hours

Price per person

From 87 €

Booking code

G-HEI3

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Hamburg: Pre-Programme (20/21)

Europe

Duration

2 Days

From

281 €

Booking code

HAMPRE

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Reykjavik Post-programme: South Coast (20/21 and 21/22)

Iceland

Duration

2 Days

From

570 €

Booking code

REKPOST

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