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Swim between tectonic plates on this snorkeling tour to Silfra, located in Thingvellir National Park. Clear glacial waters make it easy to see stunning underwater landscapes, while included dry suits help keep you warm throughout the tour. This small-group tour is capped at six people for a more intimate experience and includes optional hotel pickup from Reykjavik.
If you’ve got limited time in Iceland, and want to see the best of the Golden Circle and go snorkeling too, this tour is a great choice. You’ll save time organizing how to get between sites and leave te logistics to your guides as you visit many Iceland highlights in a day including Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir. With snorkeling at one of the world's top spots in Silfra.
Explore one of Iceland’s unique geological features during this tour. Snorkel between the North American and European tectonic plates at the UNESCO-listed Thingvellir National Park. This area is known as the Silfra Fissure and is home to a number of unique marine species as well as incredible shades of blue. All necessary snorkeling equipment is provided as well as GoPro photos taken during the excursion.
Spend an adventurous day exploring two of Iceland's most unique geological features during this full-day tour from Reykjavik. First, wander through the otherworldly Raufarhólshellir lava tunnel, with its colorful rock formations. Then, visit Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for a snorkeling adventure. Swim in the impressive Silfra fissure, for a chance to snorkel between the tectonic plates of America and Eurasia. Round-trip transportation from downtown Reykjavik and all necessary gear are included.
Discover the underwater wonderland that glitters beneath the surface of Thingvellir National Park during a snorkeling adventure tour from Reykjavik. With a knowledgeable guide, travel to the UNESCO-listed national park and plunge into the crystal-clear waters to see a hypnotizing underwater tableau. Explore Silfra fissure, a rift in the earth‘s crust between the continents of North Ameria an Europe, and see a fascinating array of flora and fauna. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 6 participants per guide.
Go caving in a lava tube and snorkeling in a fissure between two tectonic plates on this adventure through Iceland’s lava fields. Perfect for nature enthusiasts who want to maximize their time in Iceland, this tour combines two outdoor adventures in one excursion. Plus, pickup and drop-off from Reykjavik hotels and the Reykjavik Domestic Airport mean you don’t have to worry about renting a car.
Swim between two continents during this snorkeling tour of the Silfra Fissure in Thingvellir National Park. Choose from multiple daily departure times and head to the UNESCO-listed national park to snorkel in the turquoise lake where the North American and Eurasian plates meet. Alongside a PADI-certified guide, explore the underwater wonderland of Thingvellir National Park, part of Iceland’s Golden Circle, and receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 10 people.
While most people don't associate Iceland with snorkeling, the cool Nordic country actually offers plenty of underwater marvels -- you'll just need a wetsuit. With this experience, a professional guide will take you to Silfra, a fissure between North America and Europe in Thingvellir National Park that marks where the two continental plates are slowly drifting apart. You and your group will get a chance to spend around 40 minutes in the water before heading back to shore.
This is the perfect Golden Circle self-drive combo tour.
Nature lovers shouldn't miss this unique opportunity to experience the extreme cold and extreme heat Iceland can offer!
Start your day with an exciting snorkeling adventure in the glacial water that fills the Silfra tectonic crack and then warm up in one of the original geothermal baths of the country.
On this self-driving tour we will take you snorkeling in the famous tectonic crack filled with century-old, crystal clear glacial water. For about 30 minutes you will float between two continents and observe the fascinating rock formations and mesmerizing colors.
After the snorkeling tour, you will drive for less than 30 minutes to reach the famous Laugarvatn Fontana geothermal pool. This is a renovated natural pool that offers the whole geothermal experience, including saunas, steam rooms and a geothermal lake where the most adventurous are welcome to take a dip.
Silfra is one of the world’s most dramatic snorkeling sites—it’s a glacier meltwater-filled rift formed by the drift of the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. This tour makes snorkeling the rift as easy as possible by including a guide, dry suit and snorkeling equipment, and Silfra entrance fees. After you’ve snorkeled, you’re offered hot chocolate and cookies.
Snorkel in between two continents at one of the top dive sites on the planet! Silfra is located in Iceland’s National Park, Thingvellir, and is a fissure that was formed by the divergent tectonic drift of the Eurasian and North American plates. What makes Silfra exceptionally unique is not only its geological significance, but it is also world-renowned for its crystal clear, fresh glacial water. No diving experience or diving license is needed for this 2 hour guided experience, and all the gear that you need is provided. This is a small-group tour for no more than 6 guests.
Experience Iceland’s incredible geology from underwater on a 5-hour snorkeling tour at Silfra from Reykjavik, including round-trip transport. Travel to Silfra, a water-filled fissure between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates at Thingvellir National Park. Then, don a dry suit and snorkel through the ultra-clear waters, admiring the luminous plants and rocks at the only place on earth where you can snorkel between continental plates. All equipment, and hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Snorkel in a wetsuit between two continents at one of the top dive sites on the planet! Silfra is located in Iceland’s National Park, Thingvellir, and is a fissure that was formed by the divergent tectonic drift of the Eurasian and North American plates. What makes Silfra exceptionally unique is not only its geological significance, but it is also world-renowned for its crystal clear, fresh glacial water. No diving experience or diving license is needed for this 2 hour guided experience, and all the gear that you need is provided. This is a small-group tour for no more than 6 guests.
Dive into the water with us at Reykjavik's beach. Our guides and experienced and knowledgeable about the area. Here you can actually experience a Moroccan sand beach with geothermal water - in Iceland.
Complete a bucket list experience with all the highlights in one day! Dive between the continents and make the day extra special by combining it with the famous Golden Circle scenic tour. You guide will pick you up at your accommodation in Reykjavík, and on the way to National Park Thingvellir, you will visit the geothermal are of Geysir, as well as the most photographed waterfall in Iceland, Gullfoss. At Thingvellir lake you will dive in the crystal clear waters of Silfra, between the Eurasian and American continental plates.
After the dive we will warm up with hot chocolate and biscuits!
On this tour you will swim through century old, lava filtered water and hike through a cave where lava once flowed. Your day will end with a visit to a unique Northern Lights Observatory.
Silfra is a crack opened in the Earth's crust by the movement of the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. The fissure is filled with crystal clear glacial water. An underwater scene unlike anywhere else on Earth and the purest water you will ever drink or swim in!
After your snorkeling adventure, you will have time to relax in Reykjavik, before being picked up again to reach the cave where you will go on an exciting hike. The Lieðarendi cave exhibits the common features of Icelandic caves. The rock formations and the color combinations are fascinating and mesmerizing. This is an easy walk, suitable for whoever feels comfortable in confined spaces and is fit to take a short hike. However, keep in mind that you will have to squat, climb and crawl at certain points. Good shoes are necessary.
On this tour you will experience the geothermal force of Iceland first-hand. First, you will swim among geothermal springs - a unique experience you can only have in Iceland as it is not possible anywhere else in the world, due to the very high temperatures that we find in such locations.
Then, after the snorkeling tour, you will visit the fascinating Seltú Geothermal Area, where you will wallk among the boiling mud pots.
Go snorkeling in Thingvellir National Park then take a whale watching cruise from Reykjavik on a full-day tour through Iceland’s most remarkable aquatic landscapes. Slip into the clear water at Thingvellir and swim through a gaping fissure between tectonic plates that divide the scenic, UNESCO-recognized park. Cast off from Old Reykjavik Harbor on a cruise through Faxaflói Bay, and watch for humpback and minke whales, white-beaked dolphins and porpoises. Navigate alongside puffin colonies and shorebirds as you explore the rugged shoreline just outside the capital city.