Puffin tour at Cape Ingolfshofdi

from £56
2.5 hours May-Aug

Introduction

Travel across small streams, marshes and sands in a tractor-drawn hay cart to reach the Cape Ingolfshofdi, an isolated headland on the coast half way between Skaftafell in Vatnajokull National Park and Jokulsarlon ice lagoon.

The cape is a historical nature reserve, the home of thousands of nesting seabirds like puffins and great skuas. Enjoy a 2-3 km circle hike around the nature reserve over steep sand slopes, sometimes rocky terrain and flat grassland making many stops along the way.

The transfer to the cape is around 25 minutes each way and approximately 1.5 hours is spent hiking in the nature reserve.

Duration: 2.5 hours
Price: from £56 per person
Departures: Daily at 10:15 & 13:30, except Sundays

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