• Daily Expedition Reports
  • 15 Jul 2021

Isafjardardjup, 7/15/2021, National Geographic Explorer

  • Aboard the National Geographic Explorer
  • Arctic

It was a calm morning when we roused from our slumber in Isafjardardjup. There we embarked on our Zodiacs and headed out into the mist-filled fjord to explore the nearby island, Aedey. There we found an abundance of puffins and humpback whales. We then headed out across the waters of Northern Iceland admiring the beautiful shoreline of this striking country. In the evening, Icelandic artists Myrra Ros and Julius Bjorgvinsson gave an intimate concert, keying us off into our next adventure.

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