Onundarfjordur kayaking


Discover the wonders of Onundarfjordur, Iceland, in a single day of kayaking adventure. Nestled in the scenic region and just a stone’s throw away from Isafjordur, this journey combines serene beauty, wildlife encounters, and the joy of paddling through pristine waters.

5 hours
16 years
2-8 people

This single-day sea kayaking adventure in Onundarfjordur offers an immersive journey through one of Iceland’s hidden treasures. Starting from the charming village of Isafjordur, you’ll meet your expert guide and embark on a day filled with serene paddling between the fjord’s mesmerizing mountains. Explore hidden coves, discover secluded beaches, and keep an eye out for local wildlife, including seals and seabirds. A delightful shoreline lunch amidst the breathtaking scenery adds to the experience. Whether you’re skilled or a novice, sea kayaking in Onundarfjordur promises a day of wonder and magnificent paddling among seals and birds.

We have a few options for an exciting sea kayaking tour in this big fjord. The route we take all depends on the conditions and tides that day.

Preparation for the Tour
Warm woolen or fleece clothing including top, bottoms and socks. Please avoid cotton as it keeps you cold when wet and takes a very long time to dry. Spare clothing in case you get wet! Sunhat, sunglasses and sunscreen, it can get sunny up here! Lunch for the day. One or two sandwiches and your favourite snacks. Water bottle. Don’t forget your camera!
Included: Transportation, kayaking gear and professional guide. Not included: Lunch for the day.
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