Ísland er frábær áfangastaður fyrir bæði hvalaskoðun og fuglaskoðun. Ferðirnar okkar einblína aðallega á sunnanverðan Faxaflóa, rétt utan við Reykjavík. Hafstraumar flóans skapa góðar aðstæður fyrir ýmsar fæðutegundir og langvarandi sólarljós á sumrin veitir smágerðu svifi rétt umhverfi sem skapar fjölbreytni í flóanum. Áhöfnin vinnur náið saman með farþegum við að koma auga á dýralífið sem gerir hverja ferð spennandi og einstaka.
Currently, we know of 85 different species of Whales, dolphins and Porpoises collectively called cetaceans. These range from the largest animal that has ever lived on our planet the Blue Whale to the smallest the Hectors dolphin. They are found in every one of our oceans and even some of our rivers. Anyone that has been whale watching and seen these magnificent mammals up close can tell you that it is an experience never forgotten and a feeling of amazement and happiness not quite understood.
Seabirds are an important part of every whale watching tour and they often guide us to the whales. During the summer months the puffins make a spectacle of themselves as well as the gannets, fulmars, guillemots, skuas, arctic terns and many more. The winter birdlife is not so diverse but it is nice to see certain species in areas that you wouldn't normally see.
The fishing industry in Iceland is by far the most important industry in Iceland followed by the aluminum and tourism industry. Fish and Fish products constitutes about 70% of Iceland’s exported goods. Main fish being exported include cod, haddock, Saithe, redfish, herring and capelin, which as all mainly exported to the UK, Germany, USA, Norway, Spain, Holland depending on the fish and product.