DJDQNear the port of Husavik, Husavik is really a very, very small town. Don’t worry about missing it at all. It’s especially good to take pictures on sunny days, and there are snow-capped mountains in the distance, even in June.
倘若心不醉A small museum, there is still some time before going out to sea to watch whales, so I went to the museum to see the story of whales. Unexpectedly, this museum "the sparrow is small and has all internal organs", which vividly displays the history of whales.
JingbsuomiThis waterfall is so beautiful, it is not far from Iceland's No. 1 ring road, and it can only be reached by traveling around the island. The historical story here is also good, and it is a milestone in Iceland's religious conversion.
DJDQA whale watching trip not to be missed in Iceland. The whales here are more whales than Okinawa, Japan. The wooden whale watching boats are also very distinctive. They are all made of wood. The drawback is that the turbulence is more severe, almost vomiting, work The staff will guide you to find the whales. There are quite a lot of them. The most important thing is that you need professional SLR equipment if you want to take pictures.
皇帝There is a beautiful bay town in northeast Iceland called Husavik. It is one of the best whale watching places in Europe and is known as the "European Whale Watching Capital". Iceland in summer is the peak season for whale watching. Looking forward to a close encounter with the giant whale.
zwx2021Known as the "European Whale Watching Capital", Husavik booked a ferry ticket for this fame and went over from Akureyri. Although the sun is shining and the wind is not strong in the port, it is still very cold in the whole process wearing the required thick clothing. Compared with whale watching in Boston, the price here is higher, but the boat is much smaller and there is no inner warehouse. Two partners are seasick. During the whole process, only one whale was seen a few times, and the whale was not big. Compared with seeing a family of two big and one small whales in Boston, whale watching here did not find the ideal feeling.
Legend has it that the probability of is as high as 99.5%!!
Houssawvik in Iceland, which is known as the whale watching capital of Europe, must come to the sea to watch whales, almost all can be seen. If you don't see it, you are lucky, you are the remaining 5%.
The shore of the town of Husavik is full of ships going out to sea. The snowy mountains in the distance are clearly visible and very shocking.
Walking around the sea for about 2 hours, the boat will go out for a while before going to the whale watching area.
When you see a whale watching area, when a whale appears, the guide on the boat will shout. There are whales in the direction of a few quarters of an hour. If you dont understand, in which direction you look, you will look right there. .
When the whales are spraying water, there will be a rainbow, which is beautiful.
When watching the return of the whale, hot chocolate and bagels are available on board.
The sea surf is relatively large, and the friend who wants seasickness should eat seasickness medicine in advance. Sitting in the middle of the boat after boarding the ship, it will not be too swaying. The day we went out to sea was particularly big, and almost half of them were seasick.
Wearing: The wind and waves coming out of the sea are very big, so be sure to wear thick points. Professional windproof and waterproof clothes will be provided after boarding, and the clothes are very large. Don't worry about wearing too much inside.
Husavik is the whale watching capital of Europe. The shore is full of ships going out to sea. The snowy mountains in the distance are clearly visible, but the probability of seeing the opposite snow mountain is very low.
Walking whales around the sea for about 2 hours, the boat has to go out for a while before going to the whale watching area.
When whales appear, when the whales appear, the guides on the boat will shout, there are whales in some directions, although the reaction is not in which direction, but in which direction, everyone goes to that Just look at it.
When the whale sprays water, there will be a rainbow, which is beautiful.
The sea and the waves are relatively large. The friend who wants seasickness should eat seasickness medicine in advance. Sitting in the middle of the ship after boarding the ship, it will not be too swaying.
Wearing: The wind and waves coming out of the sea are very big, so be sure to wear thick points. a thick autumn trousers and jeans, wearing a thick warm coat, a sweater, a down jacket and a cotton coat, wearing a thick wool hat, scarf and gloves, wearing a windproof dress and a boat Pants, a raincoat outside.
This is a town famous for its fishing in northern Iceland and the oldest whale watching spot in Iceland.
Ektafiskur is a very local factory that processes fish. I really love the boss of Ektafiskur,
reason one, handsome and funny. Ektafiskur can be said to be a family workshop. Efforts have been made to maintain Icelandic traditional fish processing methods. Ektafiskur also has a caf, which is open in summer and serves mainly fresh local seafood. The ship at the entrance of the store is a traditional Viking ship. The first human being to live in Iceland was the Vikings without misunderstanding the various guides in English. For this, I read Ciaran Donnelly's complete Viking legend. In addition to providing delicious food, the
store also helps nearby housewife sell all kinds of wool fabrics they have woven. Icelandic wool is famous for its warmth. Although the price of these handmade fabrics is not cheap, I bought two scarves. The triangular scarf is still rare. It is more valuable than buying 66 North. Although I still bought it. 66 hat. The price of the scarf is about 300 yuan.
The second reason I love Ektafiskur's boss is that he has a group of very beautiful Icelandic horses~ and he has kept them on a very cool cliff. The weather was not particularly good that day, and the cliffs were full of fried chicken and cold rain. The Icelandic horse is the most pure-blooded horse on earth. Small and powerful.