Dynjandi Waterfall and Westfjords

Price: $180.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion SizeSmall
Shore Excursion TypeCultural, Active, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration5 Hours
Activity LevelModerate
Shore Excursion Leaves FromCruise Ship Pier (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket).
Food/Beverage ProvidedSnack, Beverage
Recommended DressWe recommend dressing according to the weather and layer your clothing as the weather can change during the tour and you will be crossing a couple of mountain passes on the way to Dynjandi. Waterproof hiking boots or similar shoes are also recommended, guests will walk on some uneven and unpaved gravel paths and walking trails at Dynjandi. The terrain can get wet even on sunny days due to the splash from the waterfall.
RestrictionsGuests must be able to get in and out of transportation. Guests will be walking over some uneven ground, gravel paths and walking trails. This tour can accommodate a collapsible wheelchair. It is possible for guests with limited mobility to get around at the waterfall area and see the waterfall from the parking lot. One can not ascend to the top tier with a wheelchair and will not be able to get out of the vehicle at all photo stops offered.

Dynjandi Waterfall and Westfjords

Meet your local, friendly and knowledgeable English-speaking representative directly at the pier area and then settle back in comfortable transportation and set off traveling through the areas jaw-dropping scenery.

Travel through some of the most stunning landscapes of the Westfjords as you begin this adventure directly to Dynjandi, the majestic icon of the Westfjords. The panoramic, scenic sights are unrivaled as you are driven through the beautiful fjords to the Dynjandi waterfall.

Upon arrival, be allowed up to one hour to enjoy the breath-taking views, and listen to the soothing sound of Dynjandi cascading down the mountain in a series of seven waterfalls. The top tier is certainly the most impressive but each one of the other six is unique on their own. An easy hike is highly recommended and worth doing up to the top tier for a most magnificent view.

On the return trip to the port you will stop for approximately 45-minutes at Hrafnseyri where you can enjoy light refreshments, explore the traditional turf houses and church or visit the museum dedicated to Iceland's independence hero Jón Sigurdsson who was born in Hrafnseyri.

Don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity to see the fantastic landscape of the Westfjords where twenty-four hours of daylight in the summer offers from dusk to dawn a different meaning in the Arctic. Always have your camera ready as the light and colors of the sky will present to the eyes in various ways that will make this day unforgettable.