Zwischen zwei Kontinenten schweben
Der Silfra Rift ist einer der größten Tauchplätze auf diesem Planeten. Sie tauchen im klarsten Wasser der Welt (Sichtweite über 100 m) in einem Spalt zwischen dem amerikanischen und dem ...
The geothermal chimney
Strýtan is the only place known to man where recreational divers can reach geothermal chimneys. We visit this exceptional dive site in the north of Iceland on most of o...
Gullfoss & Geysir
Iceland's "must-see" nature sights
Gullfoss and Geysir are two of the main sites on the popular “Golden Circle” route. Gullfoss being Icleand´s most photographed waterfall is a sight no Iceland visitor should miss. The f...
Underwater & Underground
At Lake Kleifarvatn we dive directly into bubbling underwater hot springs. The landscape around the lake is similarly breathtaking, and it's hard to believe this remote-looking dive site is only ...
The North Atlantic is full of life
With its undersea gardens, forests, and deserts, Garður is our favourite ocean dive site in the Reykjavík area. Get detailed Information on Garður
The fresh and salty fissure
Bjarnagjá is a lava fissure on the Reykjanes peninsula. The freshwater of the Bjarnagjá is mixed in with the sea water entering from the end of the fissure. We often di...
The hidden gem
Like Silfra, Davíðsgjá is a lava fissure in Lake Þingvellir. Davíðsgjá is very different from Silfra, though. One of our guides describes it as a "darker, spookier" v...
The Silfra of the north
Nesgjá is another lovely fresh water fissure with the crystal clear water that is so unique to Iceland. Nesgjá is quite shallow but amazingly beautiful. The lagoon is huge and as...
A Dazzling geothermal river
"Little River" is located near the northern coast but is always a warm temperature. As it is a shallow river, we snorkel instead of dive.
Europe's last wilderness
The Westfjords beautiful beaches and steep fjord cliffs lead into Iceland’s clearest ocean water. The ocean here has a great variety of dive sites. There are many wrecks and ol...
An excellent wreck dive!
In World War II, german fighter planes sunk the British oil tanker “El Grillo” in the fjord on February 10th, 1944. The wreck is about 150 meters long and weighs over 7000 tons. The ...
Frequently asked questions
How do I find the meeting point?
Silfra is located in Þingvellir national park, which is about 45-60 minutes drive from Reykjavík city. You can see a map attached to your ticket, find the map HERE or simply type Silfra Diving into Google maps. If you get lost on the way please do not hesitate to call our office for help.
Wie weit ist es von Reykjavik nach Silfra?
Von Reykjavik nach Silfra sind es ungefähr 60 km und die Fahrt mit dem Auto dauert bei guten Wetterbedingungen etwas weniger als eine Stunde. Wenn du selbst zur Silfra fahren möchtest und den Weg nicht kenst, empfehlen wir dir, die Karte zu studieren, bevor du losfährst. Die Silfra liegt im Thingvellir-Nationalpark, der sich ein bisschen von anderen Nationalparks unterscheidet. An einem Punkt, an dem du in die Straße 36 einbiegst, wirst du das Gefühl haben, mitten im Nirgendwo zu fahren. Aber bitte nicht umdrehen, sondern geradeaus weiterfahren, bis du unsere Firmenwagen siehst, die am Silfra-Treffpunkt geparkt sind. Dann fährst du etwas weiter zum Parkplatz P5, um dort zu parken. Wenn du dich zu irgendeinem Zeitpunkt verloren fühlst, ruf bitte unser Büro an, um Hilfe zu erhalten.
When is the best time of year to visit Iceland?
Every time of year has its own benefits. It is least crowded in spring and autumn and you will often have a full range of activities available to you, but with less people than in summer, which is of course the busiest season here in Iceland. Winter has its own beauty and should not be dismissed, although it is not for the faint hearted as the weather can get quite extreme, and you would need to be flexible with your plans as tours can end up getting cancelled due to the weather. It is however the time for Northern Lights, so pros and cons as always. Please also be aware that winter lasts much later into the year than in most countries and there is often still snow in March and April. From a dive and snorkel point of view, it makes little difference which of the seasons you visit as our groups are small and the dive sites, visibility and marine life are pretty constant through out, varying more from day to day, than from season to season. The ocean temperatures are warmest, however, in summer and fall – about 8-12°C. For our other dive sites, such as our geothermal site and some of our other inland sites, are also warmest in summer and fall, although at a lower temperature, 6-8°C. Silfra however retains a constant temperature of 2-4°C.
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