Hot Pools Kayaking

What could be better than incorporating great kayaking, visiting beautiful islands and dipping into geothermal water after a long day of paddling? The Bay of Isafjardardjup is the perfect area for kayakers of all levels who want to spend time in the wilderness but still be close to civilization. We'll visit great places and camp at beautiful spots where we sometimes have the option to take advantage of geothermal pools in the area. 



Trip itinerary

Day 1
Departure from Isafjordur in the afternoon with a car to the head of Seydisfjordur, where we start paddling. Our destination for the night is Folafotur, a small peninsula between Seydisfjordur and Hestfjordur fjords.


Day 2
Kayak to Vigur Island. The birdlife on the island is amazing and the beautiful and colorful houses are very picturesque. The small coffee house is a great place to stop by and relax. After about two hours on the island, we get going again, paddling to Aedey Island for the night.


Day 3
Today we'll paddle to Kaldalon where Drangajokull Glacier meets the low plains of the wide valley. We'll pass the lagoon and head a bit further before camping for the night. Option for a short car ride to a geothermal pool to relax sore muscles for few hours.


Day 4
Now we slide a bit further along the coast before heading across the Bay. We'll stop en route to Borgarey Island for some lunch and check out the puffins. Then we continue going all the way across to Reykjanes Peninsula which is a great area to spot seals. There is a lot of geothermal heat in the area and a big geothermal pool. We will relax a bit in the pool and get going again for a short paddle to our designated camp spot in a cove nearby.


Day 5

This is our last day of the trip. We'll start paddling out of the bay and stop where we want along the coast. Depending on the spirit within the group and weather, we choose how far we want to paddle before meeting the car. 

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Trip no Dates Days Price
2014184 Jun. 09 - Jun. 13, 2014 5 1250 EUR BOOK!
2014185 Jun. 30 - Jul. 04, 2014 5 1250 EUR BOOK!
2014186 Jul. 21 - Jul. 25, 2014 5 1250 EUR BOOK!
2014202 Aug. 18 - Aug. 22, 2014 5 1250 EUR BOOK!
  • All food 
  • Tents, cooking gear 
  • Transfer to and from airport
  • Boat or car transfer on first and last day of the trip
  • Kayaking gear (boat, paddle, dry-suit top and bottoms, life jacket and dry bags)

Not included:

  • Travel to and from Ísafjörður, Iceland unless specifically mentioned in itinerary.
  • Food the first day until leaving on the trip
  • Personal medical insurance
  • Personal equipment as pr recommended equipment list.
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions

The Borea Adventures trips/voyages are of an adventurous nature and to relatively remote places in Iceland, Greenland and other places. Borea Adventures makes best effort to stick to the planned itinerary but participants must appreciate and acknowledge that the trip/voyage requires considerable flexibility. The company and guide reserve the right to adjust the itinerary without notice for reasons beyond their control such as weather or other unpredictable or unforeseeable circumstances. Once departed on the trip the guide will have final say on all decisions affecting safety etc. and this must be accepted by all participants.

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