Dynjandi Waterfall

Starting from: Ísafjörður
Season: Cruise days
Duration: 5 hours
Min: 2 pax Max: 19 pax

A small group tour from the Isafjordur port to explore Dynjandi waterfall and the stunning Westfjords.
Departures are scheduled to match the cruise ship timings and the tour arrives back well in time for departure.
We guarantee a 100% refund for this tour if the cruise ship can't dock due to the weather.
Pickup and dropoff is at Isafjordur cruise ship dock.

This tour is also available in German on certain dates.

On days that are sold out: Please contact us by e-mail so we can put you on a waiting list and for up-to-date info on availability.

We start the tour by driving straight to Dynjandi, the majestic icon of the Westfjords. There we stop for up to an hour to enjoy the wonderful views of the waterfall and Arnarfjordur fjord, and listen to the soothing sound of Dynjandi tumbling down the mountain in a series of seven waterfalls. The top tier is certainly the most impressive but each one of the other six is unique in its own right! We highly recommend doing the easy hike up to the top tier for a magnificent view.

On our way back we make some stops in the Westfjords to admire some beautiful beaches, scenic fjords and charming towns. You will enjoy the fantastic landscape of the Westfjords all throughout the tour.


- Sightseeing tour through beautiful fjords to Dynjandi waterfall
- English speaking driver guide for groups of 14 and less
- English speaking guide & separate driver for groups of 15-19
- Pickup and dropoff at Isafjordur dock, in front of your cruise ship

Please note that we give a 100% refund for this tour if the cruise ship can't dock due to weather.

To bring:

- Dress according to weather and err on the warm side, as the weather can change during the tour and we'll be crossing a couple of mountain passes on the way to Dynjandi
- Water proof hiking boots or similar shoes are recommended, we will be travelling on gravel roads and the walking trails at Dynjandi can get wet even on a sunny day (due to the sprinkle from the waterfall)