The Mighty Fine Company is offering a FREE whale watching excursion when customers book a tour of scenic Iceland. Explore the magnificent ‘Land of Fire and Ice’ and discover a world of captivating contrasts.
(TRAVPR.COM)UK - June 7th, 2011 - Iceland is among some of the most impressive countries on Earth and this short break to Reykjavík introduces you to many of its fascinating highlights. The Mighty Fine Company is currently incorporating a fabulous whale watching excursion into the tour free of charge. The total cost of £60 per person will be deducted from the price of the Whale Watching and Scenic Iceland tour, meaning you get to witness these amazing creatures for FREE! A three-hour boat trip across the glistening ocean takes you to some of the best places to spot the immense mammals in their natural habitat. Look out for minke and orca whales and dolphins as they tease onlookers with their playful activities.
On a tour of scenic Iceland travellers will have the opportunity to visit the famous Blue Lagoon. Bathe in its geothermal waters and look out across the eerie landscape of black lava fields. This outstanding short break also includes a tour of the Golden Circle which comprises the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall, shooting Geysir hot springs and Þingvellir National Park. This unique combination of such awe-inspiring sights is what makes Iceland simply irresistible.
Staying in the cosmopolitan city of Reykjavík adds another intriguing dimension to this Whale Watching and Scenic Iceland tour. The effervescent nightlife allures visitors into its realm, creating a sociable and exciting atmosphere. Surrounded by majestic mountains that punctuate the striking coastline, Reykjavík is the perfect location from which to explore scenic Iceland and see its incredible wildlife.
About the Mighty Fine Company The Mighty Fine Company is a specialist travel company, dedicated to providing exclusive holidays across the globe. Based in Lancashire, the staff have over 20 years of experience within the travel industry. Linda Gilmour has worked as a consultant in the travel industry for over 20 years and specialises in tours to Finland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland.
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