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Isafjordur: Dynjandi Waterfall Tour and Icelandic Farm Visit

1. Isafjordur: Dynjandi Waterfall Tour and Icelandic Farm Visit

Get a taste of Iceland's remote western fjords on a guided half-day trip from Isafjordur with roundtrip transportation from the port. Travel on roads carved out of deep mountain tunnels and journey along pristine fjords and landscapes. Explore a hidden world that most visitors miss. The main attraction for this half-day tour is the Dynjandi Waterfall, renowned for its tumbling falls and white veil-like appearance. Multiple falls converge here and dash down the mountain face from an altitude of 100 meters. Walk along the trails here and see many other smaller falls. Later, stop at a remote and idyllic farmstead called Gemlufell. Admire the landscape and see the farmyard animals. Relax in this calming place and enjoy coffee or tea as well as a slice of traditional hjónabandssæla (happy marriage cake), a sweet treat made from oats and rhubarb jam. After enjoying the farm, head back to Isafjordur for drop-off back at the port.

From Isafjordur: Dynjandi Waterfall Guided Day Trip by Bus

2. From Isafjordur: Dynjandi Waterfall Guided Day Trip by Bus

Admire the Jewel of the Westfjords on this day tour from Isafjordur to the Dynjandi waterfall. Stop for 90 minutes to appreciate this 100-meter waterfall and the five other waterfalls of Háifoss, Úðafoss, Göngufoss, Hundafoss, and Bæjarfoss that grace the landscape below it.  Climb aboard a bus that has plenty of legroom and relax on the scenic drive along coastal roads. Pass through mountain tunnels and rugged Icelandic terrain until you reach the Dynjandi waterfall. Learn more about this unique region with the help of your guide. Spend 1.5-hours soaking up the beauty of the Dynjandi waterfall and of its lower falls. Capture pictures to share with your friends on social media before returning to your meeting point in Isafjordur.

Iceland: Complete Self-Guided Audio Guide of the Island

3. Iceland: Complete Self-Guided Audio Guide of the Island

After booking you receive a separate Email from us with the instructions on how to install the app and the guide! You can ignore the "Ticket" Email from Get Your Guide. Please also check your spam-folder for our Email and please get in touch with us if something does not work! With the Iceland complete audio guide, you get all the information that a tour guide would otherwise give you. Using GPS, the app recognizes where you are on your round trip and provides you with exciting information in the right places. So nothing stands in the way of your individual rental car tour. Your digital Iceland travel guide for the whole island of fire and ice! This audio guide offers more than 340 stations (7.5 hours of playing time) with information about the country, people, and sights in all parts of the country. It includes not only the Ring Road and the Golden Circle but also the Reykjanes and Snaefellsnes Peninsulas, the Westman Islands, the East and West Fjords, and the wild Icelandic Highlands.

Isafjordur: Hop-on Hop-off Shuttle Bus Ticket

4. Isafjordur: Hop-on Hop-off Shuttle Bus Ticket

Get on the bus wherever you want and start exploring Ísafjörður. Stop at the different places of interest to take photos and enjoy the scenery. Explore the town center to admire the wooden houses with tin roofs. Then, continue to the viewing point near the beach to take in the amazing view. Pass by the church and continue to the lookout point near the avalanche barrier. Gaze at the high snow-capped mountains from here and head to the next stop. Take the bus to Tungudalur, a valley nearby, which is famous for its waterfall and forests. Afterward, drive to the next stop. Arrive at Naustahvilft, also known as the troll seat, which gets its name from a local legend. Marvel at the view of the fjord and mountains. Head back to Ísafjörður and stop off if you like.

eSIM Iceland : Internet Data Plan 4G/5G

5. eSIM Iceland : Internet Data Plan 4G/5G

Discover the otherworldly beauty and unique culture of Iceland without missing a beat! Our eSIM ensures you stay connected with high-speed data, whether you're witnessing the spectacular Northern Lights, bathing in the Blue Lagoon, or exploring the dramatic landscapes of the Golden Circle. How It Works: 1. Purchase: Select the data package that fits your travel plans. 2. Scan & Activate: Upon purchase, you'll receive a QR code. Scan it with your eSIM-compatible device, and you're ready to go! 3. Stay Connected: Enjoy uninterrupted connectivity throughout your Icelandic adventure. Compatibility: Ensure your device supports eSIM. Check our compatibility list at for more details.

Isafjordur: Bolafjall View Platform Trip by Bus with Wi-Fi

6. Isafjordur: Bolafjall View Platform Trip by Bus with Wi-Fi

Embark on unforgettable adventure to the 636-meter high Bolafjall Mountain. Admire incredible views from its iconic viewing platform on an expedition which includes transportation from Isafjordur. Get settled in for the drive from Bolungarvík, heading all the way to the radar station at the mountain's top. Relax on the special highlands bus as it ascends the very steep gravel road. Once at the top, take in the breathtaking views. Admire the sunset and look out at the area's stunning natural beauty.

From Reykjavík: 3-Day Tour of the Wild Westfjords

7. From Reykjavík: 3-Day Tour of the Wild Westfjords

Enjoy the experience of a lifetime on this 3-day guided tour of the wild Westfjords, departing from Reykjavík. You’ll see the breathtaking beauty of one of the most unspoiled areas of Iceland, filled with exciting places to visit, where nature reigns supreme! Day 1 Embark on your Westfjords adventure with a pick-up in the capital and a scenic drive to Borgarnes. Along the way, we'll visit Eiriksstaðir, the Viking heritage museum, where you can explore the turf-roofed house that was once home to Eirik the Red and his son Leif the Lucky. As we continue, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the coastal cliffs at Breiðafjörður, the gateway to the Westfjords. Countless fjords await you on this road trip, with plenty of opportunities to stop and take in the magnificent scenery. One of the highlights will be the Vatnsfjörður Natural Reserve, home to Þingmanná Waterfalls and a stunning canyon. Another stop will be at Birkimel Bay with its sandy beach, where you can experience (optional) the Krosslaug Swimming Pool - a true Icelandic gem. This natural pool, run by the local Youth Association, offers a chance to relax and soak in warm geothermal waters while enjoying the beautiful surroundings. Crossing the towering Kleifaheiði mountain range, you'll be amazed by the 5-meter-high stone statue called Kleifabúi, a testament to the dedication of the engineers who built the mountain road. Day 2 Enjoy incredible Westfjord vistas as you explore the towering cliffs at Látrabjarg, a perfect place for bird spotting. Look out for the Garðar shipwreck on the way! This is the westernmost point in Iceland, where thousands of seabirds (including puffins!) make their way every summer. Take a stroll on the multicolored sands of Rauðisandur, and enjoy views of Fossfjörður waterfall and the iconic “A-House.” Then, gaze in wonder at Dynjandi, the wedding cake-shaped cascade with its seven-step “waterfall ladder.” Finish your second day with a great night out in Ísafjörður, the capital of the Westfjords. Day 3 The day start with visit at the top of Bolafjall (638m) and walk on the skywalk viewing platform build over steep cliffs. Then, we will stop at charming Ósvör Fishing Village (collection of turf-roofed buildings) and Óshólaviti Lighthouse. Then it is time to start the drive via the Seven Fjords Road. The road hugs the coastline and offers uninterrupted views of fjords, mountains, and glaciers in all directions. You’ll enjoy unforgettable views wherever you look as the road traces its way up and down seven breathtaking fjords. Arctic foxes roam this area, so keep a close eye out for the only native land mammal in Iceland here! If you won´t have luck, you can still meet them at Arctic Fox Center and contribute to their protection. There will also be a stop at Hvitanes, one of the most accessible places to spot seals in the Westfjords, so we’ll take a look at these charming creatures here. Last stop will be by colorful Grabrok Volcanic Craters.

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What people are saying about Ísafjörður

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(4 reviews)

This guide was a great addition to our trip. The narration is informative and interesting and occasionally dryly funny. It made the long drives interesting and gave us some context, education, and cultural background for things seen and not seen along the road. It was mostly easy to use, although it tended to disconnect every time I left the car and came back and the auto play had to be restarted (may be related to being on airplane mode). Still it's great value for the money and I highly recommend! We still have a plethora of things to learn from the app on our next trip to Iceland.

It's really convenient when you do a road trip! My husband was driving and I was able to see real time what we were approaching, and listen to some really useful information!! Or I could search in advance, so we were ready when we arrived somewhere! Also it's really great we can connect the mobile with the car's audio, so we can listen from the car's audio. Great work!

We spent last week travelling the ring road in Iceland and the really made all the difference. The information was first class and so many times it 'popped up' just as we wondered about a house, a river or whatever. We have absolutely no hesitation in recommending it to anyone visiting Iceland and cannot think of any improvements to it.

Glad we downloaded this app on our drive to south coast and Jokulrason glacier. It included several spots as well as information animals and the landscapes.

Very good, many points on our route were addressed.