This tour introduces you to Iceland’s natural side. You’ll visit the pocket-sized village of Sudavik, which has a population of just 200 residents. As well as being in a picturesque spot, it’s home to the Arctic Fox Centre – a museum and research facility dedicated to Iceland’s only native land mammal. Here, you can learn about the history of these crafty creatures and see if you can catch a glimpse of their friendly, on-site resident fox. After, you’ll visit the village’s church, where you’ll be treated to a performance of traditional Icelandic folk music, which is a cross between a song and a poem. Your last stop will be Sudavik Community Hall where you will enjoy some local refreshments and see a short film on the avalanche that completely destroyed the Old Town in 1995, before the scenic drive back to the port, passing the beautiful long and deep fjords.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity. • Great choice for families.