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Whale Watching Diary

Unbelievable! Fin whale watching Iceland trip from Reykjavik was a success with Sea Trips.

As we got closer we could see its smooth skin and swept back fin, this was no humpback, we were pretty sure this was a fin whale! Normally they live 30miles off the coast, but this curious beast had come only a kilometre or so off the shore. To get a proper identification we looked between the dorsal fin and the tail flukes. Another name for a fin whale is a razorback, because it has a prominent ridge in that area. When the fin whale arched its back to do a deep dive we saw this line clearly.

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Island Explorer Diary

January in Iceland; What you need to know.

January in Iceland is quiet and stunning. The nights are long and dark so we frequently see the Northern Lights light up the sky, and the gorgeous countryside is often covered in snow. Winter activities like visiting Ice Caves and snowmobiling are open, but the Christmas crowds have gone.

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northern lights sea trips reykjavik
Island Explorer Diary

December in Iceland; What you need to know.

December in Iceland is the ultimate winter wonderland. The nights are long and dark so we frequently see the Northern Lights light up the sky, and the gorgeous countryside is often covered in snow. Winter activities like visiting Ice Caves and snowmobiling are open, and all the Christmas lights are up. Don’t forget to look out for the Christmas Cat!

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northern lights sea trips reykjavik
Island Explorer Diary

November in Iceland; What you need to know.

November in Iceland is definitely a winter wonderland. The nights are long and dark enough to see the Northern Lights when they shine, and the gorgeous countryside is often covered in snow. It’s cheaper to come in November than over Christmas but with winter activities like visiting Ice Caves open.

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northern lights sea trips reykjavik
Island Explorer Diary

October in Iceland; What you need to know.

October in Iceland is a beautiful month. The nights are dark enough to see the Northern Lights when they shine, but there is still enough daylight to get out in the gorgeous countryside. As a plus it’s much cheaper than the height of summer or over Christmas.

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leaping orca
Island Explorer Diary

September in Iceland; What you need to know.

September in Iceland is a beautiful month, but cheaper than June, July, and August. The nights are dark enough to see the Northern Lights when they shine, and the days are long enough to travel the stunning countryside.

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puffin pairs
Island Explorer Diary

August in Iceland; What you need to know.

August in Iceland is the last month of summer. It’s one of the most popular times to visit, with all the summer festivities in full swing. The days are long and warm, but we do have night time towards the end of it, and sometimes get great Northern Lights displays! The puffins are still here too! So in this awesome month you can go puffin watching and Northern Lights watching in the same day!

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Island Explorer Diary

July in Iceland; What you need to know.

July in Iceland is the height of summer. Most Icelanders would say it is their favourite month, with endless days full of festivals, hiking, roadtrips, and camping. It is a truly stunning time of year in Iceland.

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