The valley beyond Akureyri is surrounded by steep mountains and farm land. This area has always been rich in agriculture and it is well known for it“s folktales. In fact it is known as is the capital of the Hidden People.
|Tour length: 3 hours|
|Price: 15.000 iskr per person - no minimum rate|
|Depart from: Hof Culture Center - Hotel pickup available in Akureyri|
|Operated: May - October|
|Included: Transport, guide and entrance to the Museum of Little Things|
|Notice: On this tour you might hear some folktales!|
The deep valley beyond Akureyri is locally called "in the fjord". On this tour you get to know a lot about Icelandic history, humor and folktales.
Are there still monsters living in the ocean?
What are hidden people, where did they come from?
Are there any ghosts in the area?
Why are there 13 Santa“s in Iceland?
Go with us on this tour and we do not just give you the answers to these questions, but also all the ones you never dared to ask. The tour length is around 3 hours and takes you on a circle around the valley. We visit a home of the hidden people, the wonderful museum of little things, an old turf church, visit a farm where you can taste their unusually flavoured ice-cream and end the tour with a visit to the magical house of Christmas.