Whale-watching is pretty big business in Iceland nowadays. But the industry statements are confusing. PIC SteveInLeighton

Whale-watching is pretty big business in Iceland nowadays. But the industry statements are confusing. PIC SteveInLeighton

There is a lot in this world team Total Iceland does not understand. One of those is the claim by whale-watching companies in Reykjavik Iceland that customers are practically guaranteed to see the giants beasts of the deep up close every trip but at the same time those same companies are up in arms because there are fewer and fewer animals to be seen each year.

Well, as Total Iceland has explained, quite a lot of the customers of whale-watching companies end up with little but some puking and bad headache after a three hour boat tour in the rough seas of Faxafloi bay by Reykjavik. That has been the case from beginning of whale-watching time. Just like the Northern lights nobody can guarantee sightings.[blockquote type=”blockquote_line” align=”right”]some puking and bad headache[/blockquote]

But how then, do they practically make such a sweeping promise and a minute later cry about fewer animals in the area in question? We believe they cannot back up their claim of seeing whales on a regular basis. If they did there´d be no reason to complain would there?

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