Diving in Silfra Fissure - Day Trip to Thingvellir National Park from Reykjavik

Diving in Silfra Fissure - Day Trip to Thingvellir National Park from Reykjavik
Water Sports > Scuba Diving > Scuba Diving
$321.18
Duration: 6 hours
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Description

Silfra is one of the world‘s best diving spots and offers great visibility in crystal clear glacial water. This 7-hour guided tour includes two dives between the continental plates of Eurasia and North America. Silfra Fissure is located in Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Prepare to be mesmerized by the heavenly blue colors and true natural beauty of Silfra on this unique diving tour.

The Silfra dive tour starts with a morning Reykjavik pick up. From the capital you will head towards Silfra fissure, located in the heart of Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Upon arrival to the park your certified dive master will provide you with a safety briefing and all the necessary diving gear needed for a safe and enjoyable diving experience in the magical fissure of Silfra. Once ready you will start your first dry-suit dive for the day. The current in the fissure is very slow and offers enough time to explore the different lava formations of the rift. The blue color of the water and visibility are unique in the world. Often, the density of the water itself limits the visibility. After the first dive you will warm up a little bit, before its time for your second and last dive for the day which will take you deeper down into the crystal clear fissure.

Your Silfra diving experience concludes with a drop off back to Reykjavik. 

Silfra is one of the world‘s best diving spots and offers great visibility in crystal clear glacial water. This 7-hour guided tour includes two dives between the continental plates of Eurasia and North America. Silfra Fissure is located in Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Prepare to be mesmerized by the heavenly blue colors and true natural beauty of Silfra on this unique diving tour.