The Caribbean, for many, definitely is among the most exotic destinations in the world: white and golden beaches, turquoise sea, palms, sunsets, rich marine life and more.
This weekend, in Húsavík the usual Mærudagar, or Candy Days, is held. It is a local festival that always enlivens the already lively town of ours. A parade, several concerts all around, exciting games and a playground for kinds at the harbour and various other special events are scheduled on from Thursday to Sunday: a fun time guaranteed for everyone!
On June 12, the annual opening of an art show at the Whale Museum was held. French Marina Rees is the artist exhibiting her works for the next 12 months.
June is coming to an end and it’s time to draw some conclusions.
The weather has been excellent for most of the month and the whale watching just incredible.
Guess what? Húsavík and London have got something in common.
Last spring and early summer were excellent for the whale-watching in Húsavík, with a big role played by the presence of Blue Whales. Now, after the summer, a few of them have been spotted again in Skjálfandi Bay.
The Northern Lights are among the most incredible natural phenomena that one can ever experience. And Iceland has planty of it between September and May every year.
September 24, 2015 marked some important changes under the point of view of the educative role played by two institutions in town, specifically the Whale Museum and the Exploration Museum, and for the future of the tourism in Húsavík.