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Snorkelling Trips to Silfra in the National Park Thingvellir are operated by DIVE.IS. We conduct a variety of different Snorkeling Day Tours, such as the all time bestseller, the Snorkeling Silfra Day Tour or a number of Combo Tours where you can...more
Thingvellir National Park | Silfra, Thingvellir, Iceland
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Snorkelling in Silfra was one of the best days of my life! Everything about the tour was well organised and explained to us. I hadn’t snorkelled before so was a bit anxious, but our guide Alexis was so helpful and reassured me on the tour....More
We were afraid to dive, but we chose the snorkeling instead, it was really magical, probably the clearest water in the world with unbelievable views and the depth is surreal in this lava pools, this is for all to see and explore!!! Magic!!
We snorkeled with Dive.IS and Nino was our guide. He was so fun and personable. He did a fantastic job of preparing us (there are a lot of layers and equipment!) and guiding us through water. My son and I loved it. He wasn't that...More
This was a once in a lifetime experience and I would definitely recommend it to anyone going to Iceland! Chris was our guide and he was incredibly helpful throughout the process (and took great photos in the water as well!). The views are underwater is...More
We did a combo tour with the lava caves which was super cool. Beware though you do have to crouch down as the caves get pretty low.
After we went snorkling. We were bundled up in dry suits but holy your feet and hands get...More
The water was freezing (despite being geared up in warm clothes, a dry suit & a wet suit) so no way we would’ve been able to do it in January when snow was on the ground! It’s situated in the National Park mentioned above and...More
This is an absolute must-do on your trip to Iceland. I snorkelled whilst my boyfriend dived. Snorkelling was fantastic. You have to be prepared to be cold whilst waiting for your turn to get into the water. I actually thought being cold was part of...More
We had gone in November it was super cold outside but you wear a drysuit so the only place you actually feel cold is on your face and on your hands. Everything else feels warm. You wear the suit on top of your clothes.
it is truly an incredible experience and feels unreal. it will be cold in winter but not as bad as you think and the suits are dry suits which make you very buoyant and without experience it will take a minute to get used to...More
Response from robinskiz2 | Reviewed this property |
We had a 9 a.m. departure and ended up sleeping on the way there for 45 minutes. However, sunset in March is later, 18:30 I think. So you’ll have plenty of daylight. I would go with the 12:30 departure if you have the choice.
Response from Linneyboots | Reviewed this property |
I did it this year and I'm 60 the water was not as cold as I had expected just one thin layer of good thermals needed. I did it in March,fantastic experience the water is so clear and the colours amazing. I am by no means a... More
I did it this year and I'm 60 the water was not as cold as I had expected just one thin layer of good thermals needed. I did it in March,fantastic experience the water is so clear and the colours amazing. I am by no means a strong swimmer and I'm definately not fit and I had no problems. The suits are very buoyant and the guys and girls in charge keep a watch on everyone. Go enjoy.