Snorkeling in Silfra in Thingvellir National Park in Iceland


Trip difficulty 2 out of 5 possible.
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Day trip, available directly from Reykjavik in Iceland.

The Silfra fissure is one of Iceland’s best kept secrets. Silfra, which is situated in the heart of Þingvellir, the site of the world’s oldest parliament, is an otherworldly scene. The crystal clear water in the deep fissure gives you a feeling of being weightless as you float down with the lazy current. Frequently rated as one of the worlds top ten dive sites, the Silfra offers up to 100 meters of underwater visibility and is  located on top of the separation between Europe and America! After an hour of snorkeling we climb out and head back to the car. Into the Blue is a relaxing but exotic trip in an environment most will only encounter in their dreams.

Guaranteed departures:
Mondays and Wednesdays at 9:00am from the 1st of June – 1st of September.

The Silfra snorkeling adventure is included on our 5 day multi adventure trip and can be added to our bestselling weekend trip. Both trips offer great adventures for an unbeatable price.




The Into The Blue Day Tour is included on the following great value adventure holidays:


If you meet us in the National Park the meeting point is at the main information camp site at 10am.

Distance from Reykjavik: 50 km. Duration of trip: 2/4 hours. Available: All year (depending on weather). Minimum: 4 persons. Maximum: 14 persons. Age limit: 14 years. Bring with you: Warm undergarment clothing i.e. fleece/wool sweater, pants and socks. No knowledge of the sport required. Upgrade your trip to the Black and Blue Combo trip.

Disclaimer:
All snorkeling trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Arctic Adventures does not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to there own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk.

What is snorkeling? Participants swim in specially made dry suits through the crystal clear water. We breath through snorkles to have an unobstucted view of the landscape beneath the water level and everyone swims with fins to make things easier.