The Puffins have arrived in Grímsey – just before April 1st 2022 – the island is an oasis for this magical sea bird
Be one with nature!
Grímsey – A place to stay
Join Us in 2022 on the Arctic Circle in North Iceland
Stay in Grímsey
Our house, Sveinsstaðir, is a newly renovated house with 9 twin/double bedrooms and shared bathroom and kitchen facilities. You will feel like you’re right at home – in the middle of your adventure.
Stay with us and enjoy the tranquility and peacefulness of the island in the evenings and the beautiful mornings as well, there’s no need to rush back.
Our good friends Gyða and Guðmann are truly magnificent photographers. Gyða grew up in Grímsey so she knows the island by heart and their bird photos and landscape photographs are so unique. The video below shows a glimpse of their work in Grímsey but be sure to check...
Grímsey Island is a magical place, a small village located on a very remote island far north of Iceland. We'll take you there, meet the locals and get to know life at such a remote part of Iceland. The principal industrial activity is commercial fishing....
See what our visitors had to say about their trip to Grímsey
I can’t recommend this experience enough. Halla is incredible; warm, knowledgeable, funny, charming - you want to be her friend, and this tour gives you that privilege for a precious... read more
Grímsey is an island 40km north of Iceland with around 80 all year inhabitants. Our tours are all guided by local guides who live or have lived in Grimsey for years. Grimsey is the only place in Iceland where the Arctic Circle crosses, which means the sun never sets at summer solstice and never rises over the horizon during winter solstice.
Grímsey is a haven for sea birds and heaven for birding and bird watching. Millions of sea birds inhabit the island every summer, even the Atlantic Puffin.