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SELF ESCORTED FISHING HOLIDAYS
From Egilsstadir
EN004
5 nights, car for 6 days
 FISHING for
artic char in rivers
Fogruhlidara & Jokla 1

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ITINERARY

Fljodsdalur
: The Heradfloi bay is quite wide and constantly growing shorter because of the deposits of the glacial rivers spilling into it. At the end of the bay is a wide and a flat delta area, which is almost completely harbourless. A part of the ever-changing coastline is called "The Whale Sands", where big whales either beach to die or get washed ashore dead.

Day 1. Pick up the car today and head to Fljodsdalur There are a few coves on both sides of it, which offer some shelter for boats, one of which was used as a trading post and for fishing outfits in the past (Skalavik). With improved communications, such as a road to Borgarfiord east, the trading post was abandoned in the early 20th century.
Overnight there for the next 4 nights.


Day 2. Fishing rivers Fogruhlidara and Joklu 1
River Fogruhlidara and its estuary, Fogruhlidaros, are at the easternmost foot of the so-called Jokulsarhlid in eastern Iceland. The Kalda empties into the Jokla, while the Fögruhlíðará empties into the Atlantic, via a lagoon famed for it´s excellent sea char runs which we are allowed to fish for through the night if the tides call for it.
The bait: Fly, spoon and worm.

Day
3.
 Fishing rivers Fogruhlidara and Joklu 1
The bait: Fly, spoon and worm.

Day 4. Fishing rivers Fogruhlidara and Joklu 1
The bait: Fly, spoon and worm.


Day 5. Borgarfjordur East
Driving to Bay Borgarfjordur Eystri is the northernmost of the Eastfjords.  Large and very colourful rhyolite intrusions decorate parts of the beautiful mountainous landscape, which is rich in half precious and semi precious stones. It is very tempting for collectors to visit this area, but the local authorities have forbidden stone collecting.
Overnight in the area

Day 6. Egilsstadir
Drive back to Egilsstadir there are many interesting places in their proximity and all necessary services are rendered to the visitors.
Accommodation in Egilsstadir at hotel or guesthouse by your choice (optional)

INCLUDED:
5 nights accommodation, rooms with shared or private facilities in farmhouses,  breakfast
Rental car for
6 days - unlimited mileage and CDW.
Fishing,
3 days in Fogruhlidara and river Jokla 1
Good road map and suggested itinerary

NOT INCLUDED:
Accommodation in hotel or guesthouse in Egilsstadir

Single room supplement

Salmon, brown trout and char fishing rivers are available up on request and must  be booked well in advance.

Operation June 1st to July 20.
Price from Ikr.
 60.420.- Per person
(
4 adults in a car type B)

* Prices can change without notice due to currency fluctuation

Price per person - Shared facilites

Group of car

       

5 nights, car for 6 days, fishing 3 days

A

B

S

N

G

I

1 adult in a car

104.875

108.355

122.515

117.115

149.395

204.235

2 adults in a car

  71.100

  72.840

  79.920

  77.220

  93.360

 120.780

3 adults in a car

  63.400

  64.560

  69.280

  67,480

  78.240

  96.520

4 adults in a car

 

  60.420

   63.960

  62.610

  70.680

  84.390

5 adults in a car

   

   60.768

  59.688

  66.144

  77.112

Child, 2 - 11 years, when sharing a room with 2 adults, extra from ISK. 13.500.-
Private bathroom, extra cost per person from, ISK 9.900.-
Single suppl.
with shared facilities ISK 10.675.-
In a room with private facilities ISK
 17.275.-
4 nights accommdation in
first class lodge, extra cost per person. Ikr. 9.600.-



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