All Ages Family Outdoor Adventure
Are you planning an adventure vacation in southeast Iceland? A guided kayaking tour is ideal for families and friends of all ages. This is a great way for everyone to enjoy the extraordinary landscape of Iceland, get active, and have lots of fun. This experience will create memories that last a lifetime.Read More
The tour starts from our meeting point at Hali where everyone gets appropriately dressed. Included in this kayak tour are life-jackets that fit everyone from age 6 to “really big”, fun family-friendly instruction and all the paddling gear you need.
From there we walk about 10 minutes to get to the water where the tour starts. It is called Breiðarbólstaðarlón.
On our tour, we see the wildlife of the area around Hali. The Arctic tern, The Great Skua, Gray Goose to name a few. If we are lucky we might see seals and whales. You might go fishing with a fishing rod in the lagoon, play on the beach and take beautiful pictures of the largest mountain of Iceland, Öræfajökull.
The tour takes about 2.5-3 hours, 1 hour of that are spent on the water and 1 hour playing on the beach. We use so-called “sit-on-top” kayaks which are really safe. Our number one priority is people’s safety
Vacationing in Iceland can be challenging for families and friends, to find activities that all members can enjoy. A guided kayak tour can be a great way to explore the outdoors of Iceland, even if you have children of different ages. Everyone can enjoy the excitement and beauty of this adventure.
Availability: 9:30 & 14:00
Meeting point: Glacier Adventure at Hali
Area: South East Iceland
Duration: 2.5-3 hours
Difficulty level: Easy
Age limit: 6 years old
Group min: 2 persons
Group max: 8 persons
-All kayak equipment
-Dry suit, life vest, and kayak paddle
-Warm clothing to wear under the dry suit and warm socks
-Thin hat or buff
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