Whales, Puffins, & Aquarium: Visit to the SeaLife Trust Sanctuary


1 Hour





Minimum Age



Take a deep dive into the world of beluga whales with a visit to the world’s first beluga sanctuary, located on the stunning Westman Islands of Iceland. This tour is perfect for animal lovers and families who want to learn more about the incredible beluga whales, especially Little Grey and Little White, and their journey to Iceland.

The Visitor Center provides a captivating and educational experience where visitors can explore the incredible world of beluga whales. Discover their unique behaviour, natural habitat, and why they are a fascinating species. The Center also tells the inspiring story of Little Grey and Little White, two beluga whales that were rescued after years in captivity in China and brought to Iceland.

In addition to the belugas, the Center is home to Iceland’s only Puffin Rescue Centre. Visitors can learn about the Center’s conservation efforts for these charming birds at the Puffin Hospital. And don’t miss the on-site local species aquarium, showcasing the incredible variety of marine life found in the surrounding waters.

The tour is a self-guided experience, allowing guests to explore at their own pace. The Visitor Center is easily accessible from the South Coast of Iceland, with a short ferry ride to the Westman Islands. 

Don’t miss this unforgettable opportunity to connect with nature and learn about these incredible whales and the vital conservation work being done to protect them. So book your tour now and create unforgettable memories with your family at the world’s first beluga sanctuary.


  • Entry to the Sea Life Trust Visitor Centre
  • Access to Iceland’s only Puffin Rescue Centre 
  • Access to a native species aquarium 
  • Educational displays about the beluga whales and the sanctuary

Not included

  • Transportation

Good to know

  • This tour is wheelchair accessible and stroller/pram accessible
  • It is also accessible for those with limited mobility and those with limited eyesight
  • Note that public transportations are located nearby

What to bring

  • Camera

From 3,325 kr. /pp.

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