Our Whale Diary

Sunday, 23 November 2014

2014_11_23_1300_HAF_Heiður (2)Tour at 13:00 Report from Hafsúlan: The weather was similar to yesterday, not so windy and quite calm water. We sailed out to the area where we had seen the dolphins on the yesterday tour. When we were arriving we saw big flocks of sea birds flying around and we knew that was a good sign there was a lot of fish in the area...

Saturday, 22 November 2014

2014_11_22_1300_HAF_Megan (12)Tour at 13:00 Report from Hafsúlan: the sea conditions were really good today so the sailing was very soft and it was easy for us to spot animals coming up to the surface from a great distance. We had only been sailing for 40 minutes when we spotted 3 white-beaked dolphins...

News from Elding

Winter season starting30 October 2014

1 Elding_WinterWhaleWatching_humpback1Although it's felt like winter for a while here in Reykjavík our winter season is starting in just two days. Although we keep running the tours all year round the winter differs in many aspect from the summer. Apart from the obvious colder weather it's in general just a whole new experience and adventure. Each year continues to surprise us with the wildlife it offers. Herring and capelin being the main prey available attracting humpback whales, killer whales, white-beaked dolphins and harbour porpoises to our shores. The minke whales are usually leaving our ...

Imagine Peace Tower Illumination Ceremony08 October 2014

Videy Fridarljos Lennon -362-smallIt's that time of the year again and the excitement has built up for Yoko Ono's annual illumination ceremony for the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER. It will take place tomorrow on John Lennon’s birthday on 9th October, at 8PM. As has become tradition over the past few years, Yoko Ono invites guests to share a moment of peace, and witness up-close the spectacular illumination of the Imagine Peace Tower – a powerful dedication to John ...

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