Visit the Vestmannaeyjar islands, a small volcanic archipelago off the south coast of Iceland, and explore its spectacular nature and haunting history. This 14 hour day trip is operated by air conditioned coach and boat. Formed by volcanic eruptions over the past 12,000 years, the 15 islands that make up the Westman Islands archipelago, or Vestmannaeyjar in Icelandic, are quite young in geological terms. With jagged sea cliffs, volcanic craters and world-class restaurants, the main island of Heimaey is a unique place to visit with a variety of activities to choose from. This tour includes transport to and from Reykjavik, a guided boat tour around the island to see the magnificent rock cliffs and local wildlife, and a guided bus tour to visit the historic sites and natural wonders on land.
• 12 hours
Join this 1.5 hour long guided boat tour in the Westman Islands, and sail around the main island of Heimaey. You will see unique rock formations and sea caves and spot the local wildlife such as puffins and other seabirds, and even whales if you're lucky.
• 1.5 hours
Explore the volcanic island of Heimaey in the Westman Islands archipelago. On this guided 2 hour bus tour you will be able to discover the history of the island and the volcanic eruptions that have shaped it's nature and culture through the years.
• 2 hours
A journey into the island archipelago of the Westman Islands that has been shaped and shifted after thousands of years of volcanic eruptions. By boat or bus, through a museum or a local restaurant, the unique islands are yours to discover. This roundtrip transport from Reykjavik by bus and ferry will provide you with the opportunity to spend a day at your leisure in Heimaey, the largest of the Westman Islands.
• 11.5 hours
We visit the puffins, museums, and the craters edge of a recently-erupted volcano.
• 14 hours