How to get here

The town of Húsavík sits on the eastern shore of Skjálfandaflói (Shaky Bay), known around the world for its rich wildlife and variety of whales. Húsavík is the largest town in Northeast Iceland and a center of commerce and services. It is the site of the first house built in Iceland, in the year 860, by Swedish Viking Garðar Svavarsson.

Húsavík is conveniently located for day trips to most of the major attractions in Iceland. From Húsavík it is less than an hour’s drive to Lake Mývatn, Ásbyrgi Canyon, Krafla Caldera and Goðafoss Falls.

Ways to get to Húsavík

Eagle Air

Eagle Air offers 12 flights a week from Reykjavík airport to Húsavík, including both scheduled flights and adventure tours.
(+354) 562 4200

Strætó Bus Service

Strætó offers scheduled bus services to Húsavík, all year round.
(+354) 540 2700

SBA Summer Bus Services

SBA offers a scheduled tourist bus service between Akureyri and Húsavík. SBA also offers a bus service around the Diamond Circle, with stops in Ásbyrgi, Hljóðaklettar, Dettifoss and Mývatn. All these routes run every summer from 18th June to August 31st.
(+354) 550 0700