COLUMBIA, Md., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Keiko, the famous whale lead of the feature film "Free Willy" who was returned to Iceland nearly two years ago, is "taking walks" in the waters of his homeland in preparation for his re-entry into the open ocean. Before he takes that final swim to freedom, movie fans and environmentalists alike may join Jean-Michel Cousteau for a unique six-day visit to Iceland. In addition to exciting adventure sightseeing tours, Cousteau will present a private seminar and the premiere screening of his much-anticipated Keiko documentary "Born to Be Wild." Priced from $2190 per person, double occupancy, the Icelandair Holidays tour departs July 3 from Boston, New York (JFK), Baltimore/Washington (BWI), Minneapolis/St. Paul and Halifax, returning July 9 and must be booked prior to June 16. The package includes round-trip air, 5 nights hotel accommodations with Scandinavian Buffet breakfasts, two flights within Iceland, airport/hotel transfers, Reykjavik sightseeing, horseback riding, whale-watching, an overnight visit to beautiful Lake Myvatn, bus and boat tours of the Westman Islands -- Keiko's home for the past two years ? and a dip in the ever-popular Blue Lagoon. The package price for one person traveling alone is $2507, including all above tours. Extra nights may be added before or after the tour dates. Travelers may also book a 2-night adventure package that includes the seminar and movie premiere and does not include other tours and excursions from $1097 per person, double occupancy, or $1223 single. Extra nights and additional tours may be added. Airport taxes (approximately $68 per person), personal insurance and meals not stated in itinerary are not included. A surcharge of $65 per person applies from Minneapolis/St. Paul, and an extra night is required from Halifax. Other conditions and restrictions may apply. This trip is arranged with the cooperation of Ocean Futures, the organization supporting Keiko. Please note that there is no guarantee of a Keiko-sighting during the tour, and it is possible that he will decide to be free again between now and then. Additional information is available from Icelandair Holidays at (800) 779-2899 or by email at email@example.com. Visit Icelandair's website at www.icelandair.com and learn more about Ocean Futures at www.oceanfutures.org.