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Are there any changes to the tours due to the seismic or volcano activity?


The course is operated in Reykjavík capital area and the tour is operated at Silfra which is about 100km away from the seismic activity and potential volcanic eruption. We would like to reassure you that travel to Iceland remains open and safe for visitors. Notably, the seismic activity described in these news reports is centered around the town of Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula. There is no impact on attractions or infrastructure in other areas of the Reykjanes Peninsula or the rest of Iceland.
Currently, all our tours and courses continue to operate seamlessly without disruptions. Rest assured that your planned experiences with us remain unaffected, and we look forward to providing you with an exceptional experience.
Rest assured, that if any safety issues arise, we will notify our customers immediately. Iceland is no stranger to volcanic activity, and there have been three eruptions on the Reykjanes Peninsula in the last two years. Icelandic authorities and the public are highly prepared for such events, and Iceland has one of the world's most effective volcanic preparedness measures. Iceland's geoscientists possess vast experience in dealing with volcanic activities.
At this time, scientists consider any disturbance to air traffic an unlikely scenario. However, a potential disruption to flight traffic cannot be entirely ruled out, and authorities have implemented preventative measures to ensure public safety foremost.

Frequently asked questions

Below you find our collection of frequently asked questions. If you are unclear about certain issues related to your tour or our services, we recommend you browse through the list and see if you find some answers to your questions here.

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