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A perfect adventure for experienced divers, this dive into the icy, spring bed of Silfra is particularly spectacular as the site holds some of the clearest water in the world.
Silfra is located in the lava field above the continental rift valley, between America and Europe. Plunge into the crystal clear water and glide between the tectonic crack that separates North America from Eurasia. Enjoy two dives before returning to the surface.
To take this dive, an accredited diving qualification is required. You will be provided with all the necessary diving gear and an expert diver will accompany you during the dive.
Please go through all the requirements to take part in this activity in the Please Note section below.
6 hours approx.Start time
01 Oct - 30 Apr : Daily at 11:00am
01 May - 30 Sep : Daily at 09:00am
Tour with Pick-up: Please advise your Reykjavik accommodation/ hotel details at the time of booking so that we can arrange hotel pick up.
Same as the start point
You will meet your guide at Þingvellir National Park and then head to the Silfra ravine to begin your diving adventure.
Upon arrival at the diving spot, wear your diving gear and listen carefully to the guide’s safety instructions before plunging into the icy waters of Silfra. By park regulations, the dive depth will be 18 metres.
Once you dive into the water, you will glide amid ancient lava formations and tectonic cracks that separated North America from Eurasia. The gentle current provides the perfect pace to explore the beautiful spring bed. Known to have the clearest water in the world, you will easily be able to see hundreds of feet under water.
After your diving experience, you will return to the surface and dry off.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all departure details.
Please read the Snorkeling & Diving Handbook prior to booking to make sure that you are eligible for the tour. Click here for the Snorkeling & Diving Handbook
We strongly advise to wait 24hrs after diving to fly.
Please bring PADI certificate (or equivalent), Drysuit certification or log book w/ 10 logged dry suit dives, warm undergarments (fleece/wool), warm woolen socks and a change of clothing. The change of clothing is a precaution since no dry suit can be 100% guaranteed to be dry unless it is made especially for you.
Proof of Drysuit certification or 10 logged drysuit dives are required. You must also have dived within the last two years. Divers have to supply their sizes of suit upon booking.
• be a certified diver at the level of PADI Open Water or equivalent
• have dry suit diving certification and a logged dry suit dive within two years of the tour date
have at least 10 logged dry suit dives within two years of the tour date and be able to provide written proof from a diving instructor of these dry suit dives.
• be at minimum 150cm / maximum 200cm
• be at minimum 45kg / maximum 120kg
• be at minimum 17 years of age (signature of legal guardian required for under 18 year old participants) / maximum 65 years of age
• be physically fit
• be able to communicate in English or have a translator available at all times during the tour
• read the Medical form prior to booking to make sure that you are eligible for the tour.
We do not recommend this activity for pregnant women.
In the winter time if the temperature falls below -0°C there is a possibility that the dive master will change the tour into just one dive due to safety reason.
If you plan to drive to the location, the meeting point is at the parking lot outside the Information Centre by the Thingvellir National Park campsite.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Children rates are based on maximum 2 children per 2 adults