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Take a boat ride to Hesteyri and enjoy a fun time berry picking!

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Now is the right time to book a berry trip!

We are now offering an EXCLUSIVE berry trip to Hesteyr, don’t let the opportunity pass you by, book now!
It is not unlikely that you will see a whale along the way, e.g. humpback or jumping dolphin!
Guests are expected to have soup at Læknishúsin around 12:30 and coffee & freshly baked pancakes around 3 p.m. (not included in the price)

Leave Bolungarvík at 9:30, return from Hesteyr at 17:00 with lots of berries!

Hesteyri is a paradise for hikers and a popular base for longer tours, especially for those that long for untouched nature, an area with no roads nor vehicles of any kind.  On the way visitors will get an insight into the history, how it was to live almost on the edge of the earth, and enjoy the pure, colorful nature.

The old Doctor’s House serves traditional Icelandic refreshments. It also serves as a primitive guesthouse, where time has pretty much stood still since the abandonment.

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