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Sail Date: July 2019
We did an other independent tour with FAB/Iceland Guided Tours. We went on FAB502 to Dynjandi Waterfall. We really enjoyed the trip, the weather was fabulous and the waterfall stunning. I picked mini bus tours as I prefer small groups ... Read More
We did an other independent tour with FAB/Iceland Guided Tours. We went on FAB502 to Dynjandi Waterfall. We really enjoyed the trip, the weather was fabulous and the waterfall stunning. I picked mini bus tours as I prefer small groups particularly as it makes getting on and off the bus much quicker. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Tender port, Very small town with some shops in the downtown. Tendered in at Njardarsund st., which is one block from the local microbrewery, Dokkan Brugghus. Like Akeruyi, it was cold and windy in the morning then was sunny in the ... Read More
Tender port, Very small town with some shops in the downtown. Tendered in at Njardarsund st., which is one block from the local microbrewery, Dokkan Brugghus. Like Akeruyi, it was cold and windy in the morning then was sunny in the afternoon. The shops were small and only one of these had “Islafjordur”-branded items. The whale bone Arch on the hill above town made for a nice picture and also provided an opportunity for a photo of Islafjordur with the ship and mountains in the background. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
Tender port for the big Z'dam, which was no problem. There are NEW tenders which are more stable and waterproof than originals were. Walked around and enjoyed the location, but not as nice as the other two Iceland ports.
Tender port for the big Z'dam, which was no problem. There are NEW tenders which are more stable and waterproof than originals were. Walked around and enjoyed the location, but not as nice as the other two Iceland ports. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
In Isafjordur, we went to the Dynjandi waterfall which is spectacular and well worth it. By 2020, the new tunnel will be finished so it will be much easier and quicker to get there.
In Isafjordur, we went to the Dynjandi waterfall which is spectacular and well worth it. By 2020, the new tunnel will be finished so it will be much easier and quicker to get there. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
We took a cruise out to the abandoned Island of Hysteryi - we saw seals, whales, glaciers, fjords. Amazing!
We took a cruise out to the abandoned Island of Hysteryi - we saw seals, whales, glaciers, fjords. Amazing! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
A quiet place. The tour was interesting especially about how the fishing used to take place.. the music performance was acceptable but a little disappointing as were expecting to see Schoolchildren performing and it was their teacher.
A quiet place. The tour was interesting especially about how the fishing used to take place.. the music performance was acceptable but a little disappointing as were expecting to see Schoolchildren performing and it was their teacher. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
A beauitful little town. We followed the walking route around the bay before coming back through the small town centre. The small brewery located in the harbour is well worth a visit on the way back to the ship for a taste of the local ... Read More
A beauitful little town. We followed the walking route around the bay before coming back through the small town centre. The small brewery located in the harbour is well worth a visit on the way back to the ship for a taste of the local beers. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
This was, to us, one of the most beautiful places we've ever visited, but to some it seemed bleak and unattractive. It's all snowy peaks, deep fjords, mossy rocks and tiny fishing villages. We were fortunated to have a marine ... Read More
This was, to us, one of the most beautiful places we've ever visited, but to some it seemed bleak and unattractive. It's all snowy peaks, deep fjords, mossy rocks and tiny fishing villages. We were fortunated to have a marine life student as our guide,and I think his love of the area spilled over on to us. It's an area we'll return to,one day. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2018
Went on excursion. Lava fields. Quite interesting but not as magic as I expected
Went on excursion. Lava fields. Quite interesting but not as magic as I expected Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
Did a ship excursion and it was excellent. Did a lot of walking about after. All these place were easy to walk around.
Did a ship excursion and it was excellent. Did a lot of walking about after. All these place were easy to walk around. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
Small information booth at pier with free WiFi. Get directions to bigger info center. There is a map with 3 walking trails outlined. We did all of them during our walk around town. Be sure to check out the church with the clay birds behind ... Read More
Small information booth at pier with free WiFi. Get directions to bigger info center. There is a map with 3 walking trails outlined. We did all of them during our walk around town. Be sure to check out the church with the clay birds behind the altar. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
We booked a private tour with Wild Westfjords tours. Our guide Herbert is a native of Isafjordur, and had many stories that only locals would know. The town is somewhat new to tourism.
We booked a private tour with Wild Westfjords tours. Our guide Herbert is a native of Isafjordur, and had many stories that only locals would know. The town is somewhat new to tourism. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2018
Vigur Isalnd was our chosen tour - spectacular bird life - boat trip of about 40 minutes on fast boat, spotted a whale. Birds include Puffins, Arctic Terns, Eider Ducks, Storm Petrels etc - highly recommended but only lasted 31/2 hours.
Vigur Isalnd was our chosen tour - spectacular bird life - boat trip of about 40 minutes on fast boat, spotted a whale. Birds include Puffins, Arctic Terns, Eider Ducks, Storm Petrels etc - highly recommended but only lasted 31/2 hours. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2018
We simply walked around town.. Isafjord is an unpolished diamond.. it is not over commercialised to take advantage of tourists. It is what it is. I felt that it was a privilege to be able to simply walk around this interesting village. ... Read More
We simply walked around town.. Isafjord is an unpolished diamond.. it is not over commercialised to take advantage of tourists. It is what it is. I felt that it was a privilege to be able to simply walk around this interesting village. There is free WiFi in the village centre pastry/bakery shop. The food is excellent! Highly recommend that if one wants to catch up with one's emails that one takes to time enjoy this wonderful bakery. Read Less

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