Dyrafjordur sunset kayaking


Experience gorgeous sunset in the Dyrafjodur while kayaking

16 years

We start from Oddan, which is next to the campsite. From there we row with the country towards Haukadalur and out into the fjord, weather permitting.
In this trip we see and experience Dyrafjordur with its most beautiful beauty and the sunset from a new and wonderful perspective. Of course we will stop regularly, enjoy nature and take amazing pictures. We rowed towards Husadalur where the Viking Gisli Sursson lived. We will no doubt encounter curious seals on our journey and see a variety of bird life.

Preparation for the Tour
It is best to wear a comfortable inner layer, such as sportswear or thin wool trousers and a sweater. It is good to have a hat, sunglasses and a water bottle. It is fun to have a camera and / or telephone, but note that the sea can be bad for such devices. Odin adventure accepts no responsibility if personal items are damaged or destroyed.
Kayak, dry suit, neonprene shoes and gloves, life jacket and guidance.
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