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"Meet Us Don’t Eat Us" means busting the myth that whale meat is an Icelandic tradition, and opting instead to see and experience the true mystical beauty of these creatures alive. Since 2011, more than 500 participants like you have been crucial in encouraging responsible tourism by helping to inform fellow visitors about the importance of not eating whale meat, and therefore saving the lives of minke whales in Icelandic waters. The demand for whale meat has never been lower, but we still need your help. Our exclusive Airbnb experience makes this awareness and conservation message accessible and fun for all. Come join us in making a difference! Our two-hour itinerary explores the history, challenges, solutions and stunning backdrops that surround whale conservation in Iceland. (1) Guided educational tour of the new Whales of Iceland exhibition, as well as an introduction to Icelandic whale hunting and whale conservation initiatives. (2) Early lunch at the popular Röst Bistro in the Old Harbour. (3) A visit to the Elding information boat, where you will learn more about the whale meat industry and its effect on Iceland’s waters, culture, politics and more. (4) Optional/Seasonal: Hit the streets to help educate and encourage other visitors not to consume whale meat (5) Then you're off on a breathtaking whale watching adventure of your own with a discounted ticket from us!
Dette er inkludert
Early Lunch Whale friendly lunch at Röst Harbour Bistro in the Old Harbour. Vegan and vegetarian options available.
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Meet Sigursteinn and Marvin, two of the most knowledgeable and charismatic whale experts in Reykjavik! We are here to make your experience unique, as you learn about both the history and modern culture of whales off the coast of Iceland. Together with the impact of our global organization, the insight of local partners who protect our shores, and the inspiration of Iceland’s whale watch operators, we look forward to welcoming you here to Reykjavik’s Old Harbor. Welcome to the Meet Us Don’t Eat Us movement!
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
IFAW's vision is a world where animals and people thrive together. With offices in 15 countries and projects in more than 40 countries, we rescue individual animals, safeguard populations, preserve habitat, and advocate for a better future. IceWhale is a non-profit organisation; its aim is to be a platform for Icelandic companies offering whale-watching tours and whale education.
Dette er en ideell opplevelse der 100 % av det du betaler for denne opplevelsen går til The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).
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IFAW, IceWhale and the Whales of Iceland exhibition have partnered together to provide an inclusive educational and peer-to-peer campaigning experience that highlights and promotes whale conservation in Iceland. We will be bringing you to the Whales of Iceland Museum, Röst Bistro, the Old Harbour and downtown Reykjavik. You CAN and WILL make a difference!
Hvis du ikke ser noe ledig for det tidspunktet du leter etter, kan du .
to., 19., sep. Fra 10:00 til 14:00.
$49 per person
10 av 10 plasser igjen
Alle opplevelser kan kanselleres og helt refunderes innen 24 timer etter kjøp.
Kommuniser alltid gjennom Airbnb. For å beskytte betalingen din må du aldri overføre penger eller kommunisere utenfor Airbnb-nettstedet eller -appen.
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Opptil 10 gjester i alderen 12 og over kan delta.
Du må ta et bilde av deg selv som matcher bildet på legitimasjonen din. Airbnb trenger dette for å bekrefte hvem som faktisk skal på opplevelsen. Du trenger bare gjøre dette én gang.
Due to the nature of the experience, a basic level of English is recommended. Participants are expected to sign a volunteer form which will be sent to them after signing up for the experience.
Help protect whales in Iceland