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Deep into the Blue - Diving Day trip to Silfra Ravine

Diving in South - Iceland Includes 2 dives in the Silfra fissure in Þingvellir National Park.

Category: Day trip, available directly from Reykjavik in Iceland.

Silfra is one of Iceland’s best-kept secrets. It is situated in the heart of Þingvellir, the site of the world’s oldest parliament and a UNESCO world heritage site. The Silfra is an otherworldly scene located directly on top of the rift between the continents of America and Europe. The crystal clear water in the deep fissure gives you a feeling of being weightless as you glide along with the lazy current. Visibility is amazing and is only limited by the density of the water itself. Depth varies from 20 to 40 meters. This is without question one of the best dive sites in the world.

Guaranteed departures: Everyday, all year round at 9:00-9:30 AM.

Details:
Price: 39.990 ISK per person. Including pick up from Reykjavik.

Includes: pick up from Reykjavík, all diving gear and PADI guide/instructor.

Duration of trip: 5-6 hours.

Available: All year round (depending on weather). Click here for the winter version.

Minimum: 2 pax. Maximum: 10 pax.

Age limit: 18 years.

Bring with you: Very warm undergarment clothing i.e. fleece/wool sweater and pants, warm socks and a change of clothing.



Please note:
PADI open water certificate or compatible required, PADI advance certificate recommended. All dives are performed in a dry suit. Divers have to supply sizes on suit before hand.

Disclaimer:
All dive trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Arctic Adventures does not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to there own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk.