Thank you for choosing Whale Watching Iceland Tours from Hauganes!

 
We look forward to seeing you and bringing you closer to the whales that live in our neighbourhood!

By booking online you’ll receive a 10% discount of your booking fee when you check out!

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In October 2017 you can select our classic Whale Watching + Sea Angling (includes sea angling at the end of tour). Our 100% Whales tour will be available again in May 2018.

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Departures in 2017

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Whale Watching – includes 30 min of Sea Angling

All tours are 2,5-3 hrs long.

Prices 

Price: 9.900 ISK per person
4.950 ISK for kids 7-15 years old
Free for kids under 7 years.

Prices include 11% VAT. Included: 2-3 hour guided tour, coffee and refreshments, fishing rods and warm overalls. Our boats have free open WiFi.

 

Booking terms:

Weather and sea conditions
Tours are dependent on weather and sea conditions. For your safety and comfort, we reserve the right to change or cancel departures, even with short notice, should weather or other conditions change. In case of cancellations due to weather, customers receive a full refund or can change their departure depending on availability.

Cancellation policy:
Reservations can be cancelled 24 hrs prior to departure without penalty. Cancellations received less than 24 hrs prior to departure will be charged full price.

Location

Whale Watching Hauganes is located in a small fishing village called Hauganes on the west coast of Eyjafjörður bay in northeast Iceland, just 30 min drive north of Akureyri on road 82.

Please arrive in Hauganes at least 30 minutes before departure.
We offer warm extra clothing, but we still recommend that passengers bring their own warm and waterproof clothes.

We are located at approx. 30 min drive from Akureyri in the direction towards Dalvík. When driving from Akureyri our intersection to the right is clearly marked with flags and a mockup whale tail.