Wildlife Tours

Wildlife Tours

Discover the wildlife of Iceland on these fun tours and packages. Wild animals in Iceland are puffins, whales, orcas, and dolphins. You can also see seals, foxes, and reindeer. Compare now the largest selection of wildlife trips in Iceland.

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What are the top three wildlife tours in Iceland?

One of the best wildlife tours in Iceland is a three-hour whale-watching boat tour with a transfer from Reykjavik’s Old Harbour, rated an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars by 206 travelers. This tour costs around 109 USD.
Another top-rated wildlife tour in Iceland is a traditional whale-watching boat tour from Husavik, with an average of 4.4 stars by 138 travelers. This tour costs approximately 82 USD.
This wildlife tour in Iceland is an affordable two-hour whale watching tour with a transfer from Reykjavik, rated an average of 4.1 out of 5 stars by 82 travelers. This experience costs about 94 USD. 

What is the cheapest wildlife tour in Iceland?

One of the cheapest wildlife tours in Iceland is this puffin-spotting tour from Reykjavik. This one-hour tour costs about 65 USD and is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 33 travelers.
Another cheap wildlife tour in Iceland is this whale watching tour in Breidafjordur Bay on the Snaefellsnes peninsula. This tour costs about 79 USD and is rated an average of 4.9 out of 5 stars by 44 travelers.
Alternatively, this affordable wildlife tour in Iceland includes 8 hours of horseback riding and whale watching with a transfer from Reykjavik. This small-group tour costs about 201 USD and is rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 15 travelers.

Do wildlife tours in Iceland offer hotel pick-up?

Some wildlife tours in Iceland offer hotel pick-up. Whether the tour includes this or not will depend on which tour you choose. If you have selected a wildlife tour with hotel pick up then you will be picked up from your hotel. Hotel pick-up is a very convenient option which can save you time. Hotel pick-up is especially useful if you are on a day tour that starts early in the morning. This scenic eight-hour horse riding and whale watching day tour include hotel pick up. Other wildlife tours offer pick-up from well-known pick-up points in popular cities and towns like Reykjavik or Akureyri. These pick-up points are often conveniently located and easy to find from your accommodation. For example, one of the pick-up points is Reykjavik’s Old Harbour.

When do wildlife tours in Iceland usually start?

What time the wildlife tour starts will depend on which tour you choose. Wildlife tours in Iceland can often start in the morning. This gives you the best chance of seeing the wildlife as well as plenty of time to enjoy the tour. This scenic four-day guided tour of the complete Ring Road of Iceland with Jokulsarlon and Myvatn starts at 8:30 am. This remote five-day hiking tour in Iceland’s Borgarfjordur Eystri with puffin watching and folklore starts a little bit later at 10:00 am. Please check the tour description to see what time the tour will start and if the start time is convenient for you.

How long is the average wildlife tour?

The length of a wildlife tour in Iceland will depend on which tour you decide to book. You can choose from wildlife day tours which last for a number of hours or a multi-day tour which lasts several days. A multi-day wildlife tour can cover your whole vacation in Iceland. Multi-day tours often include transport, accommodation, and activities. Multi-day wildlife tours can be between two days and 11 days. They can give you opportunities to see a number of different wild animals in Iceland. Wildlife day tours can last between one hour and 10.5 hours. You can fit these wildlife day tours around other activities that you may have planned for your trip to Iceland.