Selfdrive tours for solo travelers
Plan your perfect selfdrive diving adventure
Want to dive in many place in Iceland? Choose from all the diving tours we have to offer in one place
3 dive sites in 2 days
2 day self drive dive tour around the Reykjavik area. 3 total dives in 3 dive spots, including Silfra fissure and an ocean dive, as well as hand picked activities
7 dive sites in 4 days
4 day self drive dive tour in north and south Iceland. 7 total dives in 7 dive spots including Silfra fissure and the geothermal chimneys of Strýtan in North Iceland
8 dive sites in 5 days
5 day self drive dive tour in South and North Iceland. 8 total dives in 8 dive spots including Silfra fissure, Reykjanes peninsula and Strýtan Geothermal chimneys
Fully guided tours for a group of 3+ divers
Silfra, ocean & hot spring diving
How about a 3 day diving weekend? On this amazing Reykjavík-based Multiple Day Dive Tour you plunge into the Atlantic Ocean and experience south western Iceland’s natural wonders.
Frequently asked questions about our Multiple Day Dive Tours
Can I still join your Multiple Day Dive Tours or Dive Expeditions if I haven´t dived in a long while?
Depending on your previous dive experience and level of dive training, if you haven't dived for a period of six months or more and are feeling a little rusty, we would suggest you do a refresher dive course prior to departure. While Iceland is known for its crystal clear and calm freshwater dive sites, some of our dive sites are deep, others have strong currents or sometimes low visibility. Those are the reasons we usually do require that our divers have a minimum of 4-10 logged dry suit dives and a total of 30-40 logged dives, depending on the dive tour.
What are your health requirements for joining your Multi-Day Dive Tours?
As with any dive tour – or indeed any dive – anyone who's reasonably fit and healthy is usually good to go diving. In case you're not sure, we suggest consulting a (dive) doctor for a check-up before booking a dive tour. At any rate, you will be asked to sign a medical statement and liability release whereby you take responsibility for your own fitness to dive.
What clothes/equipment do we need to bring on your Multi-Day Dive Tours?
In terms of personal gear, all your regular travel kit, plus some warm, wind and waterproof clothing. Even in the middle of summer, the temperatures can get low (to below 10°C at night) so a good fleece – or better yet, Icelandic wool – will be essential, along with a hat and gloves. Also, while we tend not to get heavy, sustained rain, our summers can see their fair amount of precipitation, therefore you'll need some form of rain protection to keep you dry between dives and on our sightseeing stops. It is important to have strong shoes, for example, hiking boots, as much of the terrain in Iceland is uneven and rugged. And on our 5 and 10-day tour, you will have access to a hot tub at one of the hotels, so it is a good idea to bring swimwear. In terms of dive gear, most of our multi-day dive tour participants bring their own full sets of dive equipment. However, we do have a full range of top-of-the-line dive equipment for hire at reasonable rates. Please contact us at email@example.com for a price list.
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