Diving the Silfra crack is a highly recommended experience - but avoid this operator.
I met them at the office, drove to do the pick ups, and then went to the site. The insulating layers for the dry suits were old and had rips and tears. The mask I was given was broken - and there was no extra, so the divemaster traded with me.
We went in the water, and submerged to check our weights - as soon as my shoulders went under, I felt a gus of water enter my dry suit. I came up, and took the regulator out of my mouth - and said "I'm wet!"
The divemaster didn't believe me - and had me go down two more times. Each time I got wetter and wetter. Finally - we went back to the van, and he put me in a different dry suit. I used another ratty, torn up insulating layer, and both of my underlayers were soaked. He also put a collar around me that made it hard to breath. We went back in, and the SAME THING HAPPENED.
I then went back to the van on my own, and took my underlayers off, and sat in the van with no shirt on and my jacket sipped up. I was wet, freezing an miserable. The other staff members ignored me and were rude when I asked to speak to a manager.
Later on, after the office manager Hossi explained that my neck is too small for the suits, and called me a (rhymes with) witch, I got a refund.
The next day I booked the same tour through Arctic Adventures - and had no issues. My neck is not too small - their equipment is bad.
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