Diver in Nesgjá Iceland

Dive sites

Iceland's most important Dive & Snorkel Sites

From crystal clear to geothermally super heated, Iceland has some of the most amazing and unique dive & snorkel sites in this corner of the galaxy.

The dive between the continents

The Silfra Rift Silfra has been rated a world top 5 dive site. You dive in the clearest water of the world (visibility 100m+) between the continents.

The hidden gem

Like Silfra, Davíðsgjá is a lava fissure in Lake Þingvallavatn, but the two fissures are very different from each other.

Iceland's must-see nature sights

Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir are two of the main sites on the popular Golden Circle route.

Home to Silfra fissure

Nestled within Iceland's rugged landscapes lies a place where history, geology, and breathtaking beauty converge. Learn about this UNESCO World Heritage Site which is also the home of Silfra fissure.

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.

The geothermal chimney

Strýtan is the only place known to man where recreational divers can reach geothermal chimneys.

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.

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.

Underwater & Underground

At Lake Kleifarvatn we dive directly into bubbling underwater hot springs. The landscape around the lake is similarly breathtaking, only 30 minutes from Reykjavik.

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.

Europe's last wilderness

The Westfjords beautiful steep fjord cliffs lead into Iceland’s clearest ocean water. The ocean here has a great variety of dive sites, with many wrecks to be explored.

Currently not operating

In World War II, german fighter planes sunk the British oil tanker “El Grillo” in the fjord Seyðisfjörður on February 10th, 1944. Unfortunately, we are unable to dive to this...

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