Puffin watching is always included on our sea angling tours.

To catch your first fish is an adventure of a life time.

We will provide you the fishing equipment, protective clothing and boots. No experience is needed for this tour, you will have an english speaking guide with you on board. The tour starts off with taking a quick look at the puffins before we sail to our fishing spot. Your guide will demonstrate how to use the equipment at first and will be there to assist you. The most common fishes we catch are cod, haddock, pollock, whiting and mackerel. When we come back to the harbour we will cook a delicious lunch of fresh panfried fish with potatoes and a homemade sauce.

Season: 1 may— 20 september  / all days (except Mondays)

Duration: Approx  3-4 hours

Departure: 9:00 and 13:30 from the Old harbour in Reykjavík, next to the Maritime Museum.

Small groups – personal service. Max 11 pax


Puffin and birdwatching on a boat is a fun and educational thing to do with friends and your family.

Summer is the best time to experience the birds and wildlife of the bay and islands outside Reykjavík.

The puffin islands are small islands located in the bay outside of Reykjavík. It ́s only 15 minutes sailing from Reykjavík Old harbour, from where we depart.
Atlantic Puffins are the most common bird in Iceland (about 3.3 million birds). Puffins have colonies on the island of Akurey ( 15.000 pairs) and on the island of Lundey (10.000 pairs).

The fishing boat Saga only takes a maximum of 20 passengers in a tour and therefore we provide more personal service than other similar tours. Good space and good viewpoints for all our passengers. These are the best seats!

We provide very good binoculars. Remember to wear appropriate clothing due to weather. Also bring your camera and the good mood.

Season: 1 May — 23 August (all days exept Mondays)

Duration: 1 hour

Departures: 18:00 from the Old harbour in Reykjavík (Vesturbugt), next to  “VIKIN Maritime museum”

Small groups – personal service


„Experience the best Iceland has to offer with spectacular whale watching opportunities

All the year around you’ll be able to see a variety of whales by the coast, from the minke and humpback whales to white beaked dolphins and harbour porpoises. The high peak season for whale watching is from April to October, but of course the ocean is always full of adventures. You can see all the other aquatic species, all sorts of wildlife and at the same time enjoy the splendid scenery around the coast of Iceland.

If there are no sightings on the tour you will get another ticket to join us on the next available day.
All of our tours are subject to weather conditions and sightings cannot be guaranteed. We reserve the right to cancel the tour due to bad weather conditions.“

Season: All year


1 mars – 31 may   9:00 and 13:00

1 june – 15 sept   9:00 and 14:00

16 sept – 31 okt  9:00 and 13:00

1 nov- 31 des   13:00 

Duration: 2,5 – 3,5 hours



The Northern Lights can be visible on a clear winter night and will light up the sky.

We will take you away from the city lights in search of the Aurora Borealis.

Season: 1 Sept 2017 – 15 April 2018

On Tuesdays, Thursdays  and Sundays

Duration: Approx 3 hours

Departure: 21:00

Pickup in Reykjavik Capital Area starts at  20:30

Small groups – personal service. Max 14 pax. Min 2 pax.