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Silfra Snorkeling Day Tour
Holiday offer: 2000 ISK off full summer price (16.990 ISK)Check out the tour
Diving Silfra Tour
Give your diver a tour in the clearest water in the worldCheck out the tour
Hot and Cold Snorkeling Tour With Laugarvatn Fontana
First snorkeling in Silfra, then a relaxing soak at FontanaCheck out the tour
PADI Open Water Referral
Start your diving education in Iceland, finish abroadCheck out the tour
Open Water Diver course
A ticket to the underwater worldCheck out the tour
Dry suit course
Give your diver a ticket to SilfraCheck out the tour
Viking Diver Course
From a complete beginner to diving in SilfraCheck out the tour
Discover Scuba - for 2 people
Give a couple the experience of discovering scuba divingCheck out the tour
Golden Circle Winter Mini-break
Luxury weekend with snorkeling, spa, dinner and accommodation for 2Check out the tour
Reykjavik Winter Mini-Break
Romantic weekend with snorkeling, spa, dinner and accommodation for 2Check out the tour
Frequently asked questions
What type of dive certification(s) do I need in order to participate in one of your scuba dive tours?
To join any of our scuba dive tours you need to:
- be at the level of PADI Open Water Diver or above. Equivalent dive certifications from other dive organizations are sufficient.
- have a dry suit dive certification OR 10 logged dry suit dives within the last two years of the dive tour date and be able to provide written proof from a diving instructor of these dry suit dives.
What type / size of scuba tanks do you use?
We use steel tanks due to better buoyancy properties.
We use both 12 liter and 15 liter bottles.
We can also offer both single and double valves.
Our valves have DIN connections, but if you bring your own regulator with a YOKE connection, let us know and we will bring a DIN - YOKE adaptor.
Please let us know in advance which tank configuration you require for the equipment you bring, so we can have it ready for you.
What types of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover, Diners, JCB, AliPay and WeChatPay
When is the best time to dive in Iceland?
Each season has its own pros and cons. Spring and fall are best for those who like to stay out of the crowds. While we dive in small groups, some of the on-land sites we visit are popular among your run of the mill tourist and, frankly, can get a little crowded, although we do know of quite a few out of the way gems. Late spring you´ll see the vegetation come alive and the birds and the bees buzzing by with excitement. The autumn colours of the turning leaves (yes, we have leaves!) are definitely something to behold and the weather is often calm and the air crisp. Summer is the busiest season, and for a good reason. It´s the warmest and most lush time of the year with nature in full bloom.
From a diving stand point, it makes little difference which of the three seasons you visit as 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.
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