Visit the pristine side of Iceland. The land of ice and fire has a lot to offer on its western coast. Here you will find amazing sights along the road. From magnificent waterfalls like Dynjandi, the largest waterfall in the area, or beautiful landscapes like the red sand beach. The Westfjords are spectacular every time of the year, come during summer to meet the Latrabjarg Puffin, or in Winter to witness some beautiful Aurora Borealis lit up the sky!
Nothing beats the feeling of listening to your favorite song as you drive through the landscapes of the Westjords, while going to your next adventure. This side of Iceland is perfect for people looking to disconnect from the noise of the city, and relax while surrounded by beautiful sights of waterfalls, beaches and cliffs.
The Westfjords are a great option to go aurora hunting. Northern lights are very visible during the winter – specially from our hotel rooms located in Vestfirdir, 23 km from the bird cliffs of Latrabjarg. Make sure to make your reservation today, before we run out of rooms!
Iceland is the perfect country for adventure. If you love nature, peace and sightseeing, this is a perfect fit. Depending on the season you visit, you will get to know a different side of the island (see the best time to visit below). The most popular activities among tourists are:
The same things you would need to go birdwatching in any other country! Just make sure to pack some comfortable boots and winter-gear, as the top of the cliffs can get pretty windy.
If you wish to visit during the warmest season, then summer (June, July and August) is your best option. During this time you can also find seasonal birds like the Puffins in the Latrabjarg cliffs. If you want to experience a magical side of the fjords, filled with Northern lights, then winter (September to February) is the best choice. Every season here is full of wonder and each has its own charm that will take your breath away.
As of the beginning of 2023, there is no Uber service in Iceland. This being a big island with widely spread cities, it is recommended to rent a car while you visit. If you do not feel like driving, there are other means of transportation available, such as taxis, buses and tours. In Reykjavik you can also find electric scooters from Hopp or Zolo.
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