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Látrabjarg Sea Cliffs



4 hours 30 minutes

Summer (Jun - Aug)

Min. number
16 travellers
Booking code

See awe-inspiring Látrabjarg, the westernmost point of Europe and the continent's largest bird cliff.
  • See Europe’s largest bird cliff at the westernmost point of the continent.

  • Feel like you're on the edge of the world on a breathtaking cliff-side walk with your local guide.

  • In season, look out for species like Atlantic puffins, fulmars and guillemots.

Epic Bird Cliff

After a bus transfer, we’ll arrive at Látrabjarg at the western edge of Iceland—and indeed of Europe. The vast, sheer cliffs here are truly unspoiled and home to thousands of birds in season, including Atlantic puffins.

Walk along the edge of these incredible cliffs with your local guide, seeking out the bird life that thrives here and drinking in the magnificent coastal views. This is a must-see site for bird lovers and nature enthusiasts alike. Don’t forget your camera!

Practical information

  • Included: Bus transfer and English-speaking guide

  • Remarks/requirements: Please dress according to the weather conditions and wear comfortable walking shoes. A waterproof jacket is recommended. Please note that the transfer time is 1 hour 20 minutes each way. Kindly keep to the walking paths and observe your guide’s instructions. Many bird species migrate from the cliffs in August, so sightings may be limited after this time.

  • Walking or Activity information: Involves moderate physical activity on relatively level surfaces and gentle terrain, including some inclines and steps. Approximately one mile of walking.

  • Wheelchair accessible: No

  • Language Availability: English

Penguins perched on the ice of Cuverville Island, Antarctica. Credit: Espen Mills / HX Hurtigruten Expeditions

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