Weekend Whale Watching: Sperm Whales and Blue Whales in Húsavík!
Sperm whales and Blue whales spotted in Húsavík this weekend! Therefore, the number of whale species seen in Skjálfandi continues to increase! The whale watching in Húsavík is reaching a new peak, underlining why it’s called the Whale Capital of Iceland!
March continues to be excellent in regards to whale watching in Iceland! A few days in, we’d never seen as many whales in the bay this early in the season. As the days passed, more and more whales began to show up. One day we spotted pods of Humpback whales, then we had Orcas, and the next dolphins and Sei whales!
Now, the largest animal to have ever existed on Earth at any point, the massive Blue whale, is in Húsavík! To accompany it and keep it from being lonely, it is escorted by the rare Sperm whale! If you’re in Iceland, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to spot Sperm whales and Blue whales in Húsavík! Additionally, we’ve spotted seven other whale species in the last two weeks, so there are a lot of whales in the bay!
Whale Watching Iceland: Húsavík Setting a New Whale Record!
Recently, we posted a blog about which whales you could spot while whale watching in Húsavík over Easter. However, never in our wildest dreams did we think we would have to add whales to that list! Now, in light of recent sightings, it has grown considerably!
The whale watching in Húsavík in March has been so successful that it has even reached Icelandic media! You can find news about Húsavík whale watching and the large number of whales in Skjálfandi in The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service and Morgunblaðið (in Icelandic).
Visit the Whale Capital of Iceland!
Húsavík is definitely the best place in Iceland to go whale watching. There are many reasons to go whale watching in Húsavík. However, the nine whale species listed above are the best reason why you should choose to go whale watching now! Nine whale species in 18 days, and plenty of them. Hence, the Whale Capital of Iceland name!
More details on our whale watching tours and timetable can be found here: