Silversea Luxury Cruises À ISAFJORDUR

ISAFJORDUR

Dwarfed by the gargantuan terraces of sloping mountains around it, Isafjordur hangs on to a spit that rolls out into the scenic fjord waters of the Skutulsfjörður. A population of 2,600 calls this remote, beautiful location in the Westfjords Peninsula home. The setting is colossal and otherworldly, with plunging mountains and gouged fjords jutting inland, but there's a lively feel in town, with an abundance of cafes and restaurants dotted between pretty, half-timber houses. View more

Built on the waters of a deep natural harbour, sea-faring and fishing is written into the DNA here. Delve into these central traditions at the Maritime Museum, before getting a taste for Icelandic specialities like the divisive delicacy of fermented shark meat. Rich, troll-inspired folklore and feisty festivals add even more colour and intrigue throughout the year – from mud football mayhem to cross country skiing exhibitions. A place to get active and involved, hook fish from the frozen depths while ice fishing, strap on skis in powder-coated mountains, or crack golf balls along rolling courses while soaking in the gorgeous scenery. The wedding-veil falls of Tungudalur Valey Waterfall are close by, splashing down the blackened rocks. Further afield, Hornstrandir Nature Reserve's emerald marshes and wildflower sprinkled cliffs make for a refreshing shock of colour amid Iceland's moody, brooding monochrome palette. Excellent birdlife is waiting offshore on Vigur Island, where puffins and arctic terns chatter, and traditional farming traditions are kept alive.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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Excursions depuis ISAFJORDUR

Chocolate and Artic Foxes

Explore the world of chocolate-making and the Arctic fox during this scenic and flavourful sightseeing excursion.

Isafjörður, Sudavik Village, Sætt og Salt Chocolate Factory, Tour and Chocolate Tasting

Depart the pier for the short drive to the village of Sudavik. Upon arrival, a visit is made to the Sætt og Salt Chocolate Factory. Here, the northernmost chocolatier, Elsa, hand-makes uniquely delicious Fairtrade chocolate with herbs and berries from the mountains, and sea salt harvested from the fjord. During your guided tour, listen to Elsa‘s story; how an idea of starting a chocolate company has exceeded all expectations, and her products become some of the most sought-after chocolates in Iceland. Afterward, proceed for a tasting of her sweet-and-salty chocolates.

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar, Arctic Fox Centre, Brown Arctic Fox, Arnardalur, Photo Stop

Following the chocolate tasting, you are invited to make your own chocolate bar. Whilst waiting for your chocolate bar to set, walk over to the Arctic Fox Centre. Upon arrival, learn about the original inhabitants of Iceland and have a look at Mori, a brown Arctic fox that lives here. After packing your handmade chocolate bar and saying goodbye to Elsa, commence the short drive back to the pier. En route, a photo stop is made at Arnardalur for a panoramic view of Isafjordur, the fjord and your cruise ship in the harbour.

Hike to the Troll's Throne

In Norse mythology, trolls were known as dim-witted gigantic man-eating creatures who lived in caverns in the mountain and hollow hills. At one time Iceland was densely populated with trolls of different types. Local legend tells of a huge troll that went for a stroll in the fjord and sat down to take a rest on the top of big mountain high above town. The troll was so heavy that as it sat down, it squashed part of the mountain side beneath it, leaving behind a visible indentation which has since become a very popular hiking route for guests and locals alike.


Depart the pier via coach for the short ride to the base of the Trolls' Throne. A moderately strenuous ascending hike of approximately 740 feet (225 metres) brings you to the top. There is no designated path to follow, but the terrain offers a mixture of grass, soil and sheep paths. Once at the top, enjoy wonderful views of the town of Isafjordur, the picturesque fjord and the ship.


Returning to the bottom the path, re-board the coach for the return drive to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves an extensive amount of walking uphill, along uneven grassy and dirt pathways (approx 2,5 km in total). It is intended for people that are physically fit. Sturdy shoes with a rubber or non slip soles, preferably hiking boots are mandatory.

History at Hesteyry

Experience the distinctly eerie atmosphere of a beautiful abandoned fjord during this half-day excursion to an Icelandic ghost town.


After a brief walk to the floating pier, embark your boat for the 70-minute ride to the abandoned village of Hesteyri. Impressive, steep, snow-flecked mountains and quiet, secluded coves highlight the beautiful landscape of the Jokulfirdir Fjord.


In the late-1940s, all 80 inhabitants of Hesteyri made the decision to move away. At the time, they lived without telephone, electricity and roads. By 1952, the village was completely abandoned.


Upon arrival, take a stroll around the abandoned village with your guide and stop by the old doctor's house for traditional Icelandic refreshments. Following your visit, embark the boat for the approximate 70-minute ride back to the floating pier and return to the ship on-foot.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking over paved, gravel, uneven and rough surfaces, with a gangway to negotiate in order to embark/disembark the boat, and a steep staircase to get downstairs and access the seating area. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions.

Life & Culture

Explore the traditional culture and lifestyle on the western fjords of Iceland during this scenic sightseeing tour of Ísafjörður and its environs.


Bolungarvik and Osvor

Depart the pier for the brief drive through the town centre, then proceed along a narrow coastal road towards Bolungarvik, a village located on a picturesque bay surrounded by steep mountains. Upon arrival, visit the Holskirkja Church and an old fisherman's hut named Osvor. These traditional, grass-roofed huts situated along the rocky shore offer a unique insight into the lifestyle of Icelandic fishermen until the early-20th century. Close by is the local church, Hólskirkja, The church itself was built in 1908 and contains several interesting pieces. Among them are two grand church bells, meant to drive away phantoms that were believed to reside on the heath


Tungudalur Valey Waterfall

Next, drive to the Tungudalur Valey to see the waterfall and taste refreshing Icelandic water from the river. After a photo stop for scenic views overlooking Ísafjörður, the harbour and your ship, re-board your coach and return to town.


Maritime Museum

Your last stop is at the Maritime Museum. The museum is situated in one of the oldest houses in Ísafjörður and three other well-preserved historic homes, all circa-1780. Typical Icelandic refreshments, including schnapps, dried fish and shark (preserved Icelandic-style), are served in the museum before re-boarding your coach for the brief drive back to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, with uneven, gravel and grass surfaces, and steps and stairs to negotiate. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. The tour sequence may vary.

Salted Surf n‘ Turf

Explore the stunning fjords and valleys of the rural West Fjords, including the longest fjord in Iceland, during this bespoke, full-day sightseeing excursion.

Kambsnes Viewpoint, Litlibær, Old Turf Farm, Butter-Churning and Tasting

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 30-minute drive to Kambsnes Viewpoint. Upon arrival, take in spectacular, 360-degree views over the largest of the West Fjords. After a photo stop here, re-board your coach and head to Litlibær for a visit to an old turf farm. Upon arrival, garner a unique insight into the harsh environment Icelandic people have endured in days of old. During your visit, you are invited to take a turn at churning fresh cream into butter, and taste it on traditional flatbread.

Skötufjörður, Reykjanes, Salverk Salt Factory, Chocolate Tour and Tasting

Leaving the farm, re-board your coach and drive to Skötufjörður for a brief photo stop, then continue on towards Reykjanes for a look at the local industries in the West Fjords. Through the centuries, people habituating here have learned to utilise everything that the land and sea has to offer, from geothermal heat and hand-harvested salt to the turf and flat rocks purposed to build houses. Stops are made at Salverk, a local salt factory, and a chocolatier that produces chocolate with sea salt and herbs from the surrounding mountains. During your guided visit, savour a taste of this delectable chocolate.

Lunch, Vigur and Arnardalur Viewpoints, Stunning Fjords and Valleys, Seal-Watching

Next, proceed for lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, re-board your coach and head for photo stops at the Vigur and Arnardalur viewpoints, and marvel at exquisite views of the seemingly endless fjords and valleys, along with Isafjordur and your cruise ship in the harbour. A final stop is made to a viewpoint renowned for its seal-watching. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the short drive back to the pier.

Taste of Isafjörður On Foot

Discover the history, people and flavours of Ísafjörður on-foot during a picturesque sightseeing excursion to this charming old town.

Isafjörður, Westfjords, Neðsti Kaupstaður, Oldest Houses in Iceland

Depart the pier for your guided, approximately 2.5-hour walking tour of Isafjörður, a town in the West Fjords region of northwest Iceland that is renowned for its dramatic landscapes and seascapes. Along the way, enjoy a unique opportunity to learn about the history, highlights, people and specialities of this historic town. Your tour begins with a scenic, approximately 40-minute stroll to Neðsti Kaupstaður, the oldest part of town. Here, see four of the oldest houses in Iceland, one of which houses the Maritime Museum.

Local Landmarks and Businesses, Tastings at Dairy Products, Dried Fish and Chocolate

Continuing on, see numerous local landmarks and businesses, and stop by a few to sample their locally-made specialities. Your first stop is at Arna, the first dairy factory in Iceland to make lactose-free dairy products, which you are invited to sample during your visit. From here, walk over to the best-known dried fish manufacturer in Iceland to sample some of their products, then visit a chocolatier that produces chocolate with sea salt and herbs from the surrounding mountains, and enjoy a tasting of their chocolates.

Brewery, Beer Tastings, Optional Free Time in Town

Finally, no visit to an Icelandic town would be complete without a visit to a local brewery. Stop by for a chance to try their variety of beers. Following your tour, you may commence the approximately 437-yard (about 400-metre) guided walk back to the pier, or remain in town for additional shopping and exploration at your leisure, and return to the pier on your own.

Taste of the West Fjords

Indulge your senses with gourmet tastings, local history in remote, beautiful and sustainable Suðureyri and learn how

the fishing industry has shaped Iceland's culture, past and present.


Visit the beautiful Suðureyri village, a destination you feel you've got all to yourself. In Suðureyri everything is about fish. This is your chance to hear about life at the edge of the Arctic Circle. See for yourself how the thriving community processes Iceland's finest fish and get a fresh taste of it while listening to local stories. Learn why Iceland's first class export product can be on your domestic dinner plate just 36 hours after leaving the ice-cold Atlantic Ocean water, and just how unbelievably sustainable the village operates. If you like food & travel don't miss this gourmet tour.



Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking .3 miles (600 metres) and it is suitable for guests with limited mobility and those who utilize a wheelchair, able to embark and disembark the coach via steps. Flat, comfortable shoes and warm clothing is recommended.

Experience the diverse bird-life, local lifestyle and history of Vigur Island during this scenic and informative tour via boat and on foot.


Vigur Island

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximate 40-minute boat-ride to Vigur Island, a green oasis in the blue waters of the Isafjardardjup Fjord. Upon arrival, take a guided walking tour of the island. Along the way, marvel at the picturesque beauty and splendid bird-life on the island. Each spring, the island is the nesting-place for countless birds, including puffins, arctic terns and black guillemots.


Vigur Island Landmarks

During your visit, see some relics of old farming methods on Vigur, including Iceland's only windmill. Built in 1840 and in operation until 1917, the windmill was used for grinding imported wheat from Denmark. The windmill has been carefully preserved, as is a 200-year-old, 8-oar rowboat, which is still used to ferry sheep to the mainland.


Vigur Island Home Visit

Only three families live on Vigur Island, and the houses date back to the 19th century. Viktoria House, erected in Vigur in 1862, was made of Norwegian wood, and restored by the National Museum of Iceland in 1993. The second home was erected by a young priest in 1884, an ancestor of the families living in Vigur today. Stop by a local home for coffee or tea accompanied by cake. Following your visit, embark the boat for the approximate 30-minute ride back to the pier in Ísafjörður.


Please note: This tour involves an extensive amount of walking over paved, gravel, uneven and rough surfaces, with a gangway to negotiate in order to embark and disembark the boat, and a steep staircase to get downstairs and access the seating area. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions.

Whale-Watching Adventure

Explore the stunning West Fjords in an exciting new way during this memorable, half-day whale-watching and sightseeing excursion


Whale-Watching and Sightseeing Cruise

Depart the pier for the short walk to your awaiting whale-watching boat. After receiving your safety and tour instructions, don your life vest, embark the boat, and begin your approximately two-hour sightseeing and whale-watching tour.


Isafjörður Deep, Fjords, Whales, Seabirds, Coastal and Mountain Views

Your whale-watching route takes you into Isafjörður Deep, the stunning fjord region just off Isafjörður. Along the way, take in splendid mountain and coastal views. Since this area is so remote, whales are plentiful, friendly, and, at times, even show off for visitors. This tour has over a 90% success rate in spotting whales. At the conclusion of your tour, commence the approximately 30-minute ride back to the pier. Upon arrival, disembark the boat and return to your ship on-foot.


Please note: This tour involves a minimal amount of walking, with a few steps to negotiate to embark/disembark the boat. This tour is not suitable for pregnant guests, guests with back and/or neck problems, guests with heart or respiratory problems, guests prone to motion sickness, guests with limited mobility, and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers and a weatherproof coat with flat, closed-toe and non-slip walking shoes, a warm hat and gloves from the ship. Although frequently encountered on this type of tour, marine life sightings are not guaranteed. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions. A signed waiver is required to participate on this tour.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.