The following are details for our Akureyri location!
(click here for our Reykjavík location)
We are located by the floating pier behind the big round building HOF Culture and Conference Centre in the heart of Akureyri - there you will also find our boats! If you need personal assistance getting to our location, please call our Akureyri office directly at (+354) 497 1000.
Address: Oddeyrarbót 2, 600 Akureyri, Iceland
GPS Location: 65°40'59.8"N 18°05'09.1"W
How to get here:
Our ticket office is no more than 150m away from the nearest tourist information office in the city centre and only about 2 minute walk from HOF. We are well within walking distance from most hotels in the Akureyri area and thus recommend walking as it is good for the planet a well as your health, plus it saves you money on transfer!
Unfortunately we do not offer pickup services in Akureyri, but if you do need to be collected for your tour, our team can help you arrange a transfer with a local taxi company.
Given our central location, bus connections are very good. Buses stop frequently at the nearby station by HOF, which is only a couple of minutes from our main office by the floating pier.
Keep in mind that Akureyri is about 5 hr. drive from Reykjavík. The Akureyri harbour is easily accessed by car with ample free parking. No need for a parking clock when parking at the harbour, but note that you may need one if parking downtown. No overnight stays with camper vans are allowed.
Luckily the cruise ship terminal is within 5 - 7 min. walking distance to our office and where we depart from. The floating pier where we dock our boats is just behind HOF (Culture & Information Centre) in the heart of Akureyri.
Our tours from Akureyri:
Here is your chance to see the incredible whales and dolphins of Iceland in their natural habitat. The vast fjord's vibrant life and plenitude of food bring the larger-than-life Humpback whales that call Akureyri their home.
A 2 hour whale & bird watching tour from downtown of Akureyri. Experience and get close to the incredible humpback whales of the Eyjafjord, starting from the capital of North Iceland.