How is it to live 66°north? Find out on this tour. Your first stop is the town of Bolungarvik, which finds a home in a postcard-pretty bay surrounded by steep mountains. You’ll visit the Bolungarvik Church and see Osvor, too, an old fisherman’s hut which was restored in 1988. It’s a great example of what life was like for Icelandic fishermen up until the beginning of the 20th century. Afterwards, you’ll drive towards Isafjord, taking in superb views of the mountains of the ‘Djup’, the largest fjord in the West Fjords. Next is the Valley of Tungudalur where you’ll get chance to taste some refreshing Icelandic water from the mountain river Buna-River. Plus there’s a great photo opportunity over Isafjord town, the harbour and your cruise ship. On your way back, you’ll drive through Isafjord’s oldest part and finish up at the Maritime Museum. It’s situated in one of the oldest houses in Isafjord. You’re in for a treat on the food front, too. Typical Icelandic refreshments will be served on this tour, including schnapps and dried fish or shark, preserved Icelandic-style.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.