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Akureyri Excursions

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Price: Starting at $234.60/person
Calling all photography buffs: sharpen your camera skills with this special tour of Iceland’s most impressive waterfall, Dettifoss.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: None

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Price: Starting at $113.80/person
Marvel at a stunning waterfall and visit a fairy tale Christmas house during this private tour in the northern Icelandic countryside.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: None

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 3 Hours

Price: Starting at $201.90/person
Visit lava fields, bubbling geothermal pools and more with this exclusive tour of Godafoss Waterfall, Dimmuborgir, Hverir and Lake Myvatn.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: None

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 6 Hours

Price: Starting at $308.00/person
Explore the beautiful area of Lake Myvatn on your own terms with this private, made-to-order tour.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: None

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Akureyri is a small city in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area and fourth largest municipality. Nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland, Akureyri is an important port and fishing center. Akureyri sits on the north coast under snowcapped peaks at the head of Iceland's longest fjord. It's Iceland's second biggest urban area, and while you shouldn't expect a big-city vibe (the population is only 18,000), this easy-going place has more buzz than anywhere outside of Reykjavík. It's also a great base for exploring the north's green pastures, fishing villages, mudpots, waterfalls, ski fields and whale-filled bays. Signs of the earth's power - glaciers, volcanoes, lava fields and stacks of basalt - are everywhere, while strange underwater features lure divers and offshore islands are home to colonies of seabirds.