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Silfra Snorkeling Day Tour

No 1 Snorkeling tour in the world 2019 on TripAdvisor

From 16.990
From 16.990

Hot and Cold Snorkeling tour

The Perfect Golden Circle Self-Drive combo

ISK 19.290
snorkeler diving towards camera between black sand bubbling hot water out of white rocks up to two snorkelers in Kleifarvatn

Hot Spring Snorkeling Tour

Snorkel in bubbles, alone in nature

ISK 15.990

Give the gift of snorkling or diving

Variety of tours and courses

Dive tours and courses

The Classic

Diving Silfra Day Tour

Immergersi tra i continenti

ISK 39.990
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Dry Suit Course & Dive Silfra: 2-day combo

Leader in Dry suit certs

ISK 88.970
30% off

The Viking Diver Course

The Viking experience: 2 Certs + Diving in Silfra

ISK 159.990
ISK 111.993

The Dive Club

Join a fun diving community

We have the tour for your group


Discover Scuba

Take your first breath under water!

ISK 10.000
+11 people

Snorkeling Silfra Group Tour

Get a great deal for your group!

ISK 13.500
Max 6 people

Small group and family snorkeling silfra tour

A more personalised experience for yourself and your loved ones

ISK 94.990
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Combo: Hot Spring Snorkeling Tour and Lava Caving

Discover Iceland’s underwater & underground world

ISK 28.890

Multi day dive tours and freedive tours


3 Day Reykjavík Dive Tour

Your introduction to arctic diving

ISK 149.900


Centro di immerione PADI 5 stelle & primo tour operator in Islanda per le immersioni e lo snorkel dal 1997

La nostra azienda è stata fondata nel 1997 per fornire istruzione e formazione subacquea sportiva alla popolazione di Reykjavík. Presto abbiamo iniziato a portare i subacquei locali e in visita a Silfra, uno dei nostri siti di immersione preferiti vicino a Reykjavík. Adoriamo condividere questo incredibile sito con i nostri amici, vecchi e nuovi. Attraverso la nostra promozione e il passaparola, Silfra è diventato un sito di immersione di fama internazionale. Siamo orgogliosi di fissare gli standard di settore per le attività di immersione e snorkeling a Silfra e, in modo più ampio, in Islanda. I membri del nostro team di DIVE.IS sono sostenuti e motivati l'uno dall'altro, oltre che ​​da un sincero amore e rispetto per la natura islandese e il mondo sottomarino. Ci dà una grande gioia poter continuare a condividere le nostre esperienze preferite con i nostri amici e ospiti.

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No.1 su Tripadvisor

DIVE.IS è stata eletta l'azienda No.1 tra 275 attività all'aperto e No.1 di tutti i 55 sport acquatici in Islanda. Siamo un'azienda a conduzione familiare con una squadra affiatata e appassionata all'esplorazione della natura attraverso le immersioni e lo snorkeling. Ci prendiamo cura di ogni singolo ospite e siamo lieti che questo si rifletta nelle nostre recensioni.

Cathedral Hall in Silfra


Silfra è famosa per una buona ragione: l'acqua filtrata dalle rocce di basalto è l'acqua più limpida sulla Terra e scorre in una fessura tra due placche continentali. Subbacquei e snorkelisti viaggiano da tutto il mondo per sperimentare il mondo sottomarino assolutamente unico di Silfra.

Our amazing team

Chi siamo

Non vediamo l'ora di incontrarvi! Siamo orgogliosi del nostro team altamente qualificato e internazionale. Qui puoi conoscerci.

Our office located in Reykjavík, Iceland is always ready to assist our diving and snorkeling customers before their tour

Dietro le quinte

Facciamo di tutto per assicurarci che il tuo tour di snorkeling e le tue immersioni siano il più perfetti possibile e che l'esperienza sia indimenticabile e piacevole. Dai un'occhiata a cosa facciamo dietro le quinte e cosa succede in tour.

News crew divers filming a video about Silfra

Articoli e filmati

Dai un'occhiata a tutte le cose fantastiche che sono state dette delle immersioni e dello snorkeling in Islanda

Beautiful Green Algae can be found in Silfra, Thingvellir


Tutti noi vogliamo fare la nostra parte nel proteggere il nostro pianeta. Leggi cosa facciamo in proposito.

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Iceland reopening borders on June 15 - UPDATE


Icelandic authorities have released the latest update regarding the reopening of the Icelandic borders to international travellers.

Iceland will open again on June 15, 2020 and all incoming travellers will have 2 options upon arrival:

  • get tested for COVID-19 at the airport
  • go into quarantine for 2 weeks straight away
    The initial possibility of presenting a clean bill of health from the country of provenance has been revoked.

The test will be free of charge for the first 2 weeks, until July 1st, but it will then cost 15.000 ISK per person.


  • Children born in or after 2005
  • People who have not been in a high-risk zone 14 days before travelling – the only regions that are not classed as high-risk are currently Greenland and the Faroe Islands (this may be reviewed on June 15th)
  • Travellers who have previously tested positive for COVID-19 in Iceland
  • Flight and freight ship crew

This is just the gist, but you can find detailed information on this link. It is also worth mentioning that the European Commission has decided to keep the outisde borders of the Schengen area closed until July 1st. Only travellers coming from countries that are part of the Schengen area will be allowed ot travel to Iceland until then.

We hope to see you soon!


Cleaning up the beaches with


The diving and snorkeling company DIVE.IS has launched a project to clean up the coastline of Iceland. Fríða Líf, divemaster working with DIVE.IS, started the project with a small group of divers and non-divers who, with the support of the whole company, went to Garður on the national day of plocking, 15th of April.

Being the main dive site visited by the company on a daily basis, Silfra was selected to be cleaned up next. Divers were divided into groups to make sure every part of the site was covered. The operation also helped a lot with the collection of data and it was interesting to see where the most trash was collected.

While the divers covered Silfra, other staff, park rangers and volunteers were busy picking up garbage on the land surrounding Silfra to make sure that it won‘t make it out to Silfra, Þingvellir lake and then the ocean.

Park rangers regularly clean up the park, but still quite a lot of litter was found. The biggest group was plastic once again, with 453 pieces total. It was expected that lost scuba and snorkel gear would be prominent and it was indeed the second biggest plastic group with 82 pieces were found. 53 cigarette filters were collected as well and, for those who don’t know, they are made of plastic.
The second biggest group was quite a surprise: a total of 169 pieces of glass and ceramics, mostly small fragments that measured less than 5 cm.
Probably the weirdest thing we found was a great number of coins from many different countries. The coins are in Silfra because a lot of foreigners mistake Silfra for Peningjagjá (literally money fissure), a close-by rift that people have used as a wishing well for years.
One earring was also found.

„The day went amazingly. We are so greatful for the help of the rangers and all the volunteers“, says Fríða Líf on behalf of DIVE.IS. When the clean up was over, DIVE.IS was happy to invite everyone who joined the clean-up to a barbecue on the parking lot by Silfra, with reusable plates of course.

This is an ongoing project and upcoming clean-ups will be advertised on the company social media profiles:


Every couple of months or if something interesting is happening in the Icelandic world of diving and snorkeling, we send out a newsletter.

Our guide giving his customers a briefing before their snorkeling tour in Icelandic winter time

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