1. Snorkeling And Caving Tour in Reykjavík, Iceland
  2. Snorkeling And Caving Tour in Reykjavík, Iceland
  3. Snorkeling And Caving Tour in Reykjavík, Iceland

Snorkeling And Caving Tour in Reykjavík, Iceland

Explore the beauty of Reykjavík up close. Book a Snorkeling And Caving Tour for as low as $217 per person for 7 hours. Rates: • Silfra Iceland Snorkeling Tour - Diving In Wetsuit: $105 • Silfra Iceland Snorkeling Tour - Diving In Drysuit: $105 • Snorkeling And Caving Tour In Iceland: $217 What You Can Expect: Silfra Iceland Snorkeling Tour - Diving In Wetsuit Silfra Snorkeling in a wetsuit in Iceland may sound like a daring idea but as soon as you dive into the pristine glacial waters of Silfra, your mind shifts away from the cold as you are immediately absorbed into exploring the vivid colours of this stunning, exotic underwater fissure. Silfra is situated in Thingvellir National Park, where the earth drifts apart around 2 centimetres every year as the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates move in opposite directions – creating such natural wonders as is Silfra. Clearest waters in the world Glaciers melt and fill this deep crack with the clearest water that has been filtered for a century through volcanic lava rock before entering Silfra from the ground up. With an incredible visibility of more than 100 meters, Silfra is ranked as one of the clearest waters in the world -making your snorkeling experience feel like flying. Wetsuit However, one of the clearest water in the world comes with a price, as the temperature lingers around 2-4 degrees Celsius all year round (35 degree Fahrenheit). The wetsuit covers your whole body, but it won’t protect you entirely from the just-above freezing glacial water – but our wetsuit does an amazing job of keeping you relatively warm. Those who prefer to stay dry and warm should opt for a drysuit instead. Unlike the drysuit, which allows you to float on the surface, the wetsuit enables you to dive a little under the surface to explore the beauty of Silfra a bit closer. We only recommend the wetsuit for our more adventurous participants because of the cold – but it will be absolutely worth it for those who are up for the challenge! Not sure on which suit to go with? Take a look at our blog post wetsuit vs. drysuit to help you decide. Included: • FREE Photos • Hot chocolate • All snorkeling equipment • English speaking guide • National park fee Summer Departures: • From 1. March – 30. Sept: 9:00 & 12:00 (Pick up starts 75 minutes prior) Winter Departures: • From 1.Oct – 31.Oct: 9:00 & 12:00 (Pick up starts 75 minutes prior) • From 1.Nov – 28.Feb: 10:00 & 13:00 (Pick up starts 75 minutes prior) Duration: 4 – 4.5 hours with pick up 2 – 3 hours without pick up Prerequisites: • Be comfortable in water and be able to swim • Be physically fit • Have read, signed, and followed directions on the Silfra • Snorkeling Medical Statement • Sign our liability release form at the start of the tour • Be at minimum 145cm (4’9) tall / maximum 200cm (6’7) tall • Be at minimum 45kg (99 lbs) / maximum 120kg (264 lbs) • Be minimum 14 years of age • Not be pregnant • Not wear glasses, so if you have a prescription mask, please bring it with you. If not, we advise you to get contact lenses before you join us for snorkeling. • No minimum participants Maximum participants: 6 per guide Silfra Iceland Snorkeling Tour - Diving In Drysuit Silfra Snorkeling in a wetsuit in Iceland may sound like a daring idea but as soon as you dive into the pristine glacial waters of Silfra, your mind shifts away from the cold as you are immediately absorbed into exploring the vivid colours of this stunning, exotic underwater fissure. Silfra is situated in Thingvellir National Park, where the earth drifts apart around 2 centimetres every year as the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates move in opposite directions – creating such natural wonders as is Silfra. Clearest waters in the world Glaciers melt and fill this deep crack with the clearest water that has been filtered for a century through volcanic lava rock before entering Silfra from the ground up. With an incredible visibility of more than 100 meters, Silfra is ranked as one of the clearest waters in the world -making your snorkeling experience feel like flying. Wetsuit However, one of the clearest water in the world comes with a price, as the temperature lingers around 2-4 degrees Celsius all year round (35 degree Fahrenheit). The wetsuit covers your whole body, but it won’t protect you entirely from the just-above freezing glacial water – but our wetsuit does an amazing job of keeping you relatively warm. Those who prefer to stay dry and warm should opt for a drysuit instead. Unlike the drysuit, which allows you to float on the surface, the wetsuit enables you to dive a little under the surface to explore the beauty of Silfra a bit closer. We only recommend the wetsuit for our more adventurous participants because of the cold – but it will be absolutely worth it for those who are up for the challenge! Not sure on which suit to go with? Take a look at our blog post wetsuit vs. drysuit to help you decide. Included: • FREE Photos • Hot chocolate • All snorkeling equipment • English speaking guide • National park fee Summer Departures: • From 1. March – 30. Sept: 9:00 & 12:00 (Pick up starts 75 minutes prior) Winter Departures: • From 1.Oct – 31.Oct: 9:00 & 12:00 (Pick up starts 75 minutes prior) • From 1.Nov – 28.Feb: 10:00 & 13:00 (Pick up starts 75 minutes prior) Snorkeling And Caving Tour In Iceland Combining snorkeling and caving gives you the ultra experience of Icelandic nature. You will explore the hidden world of the lava fields by foot by caving in the Blue Mountain area and visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Þingvellir national park and snorkel the freshwater fissure Silfra, one of the best diving site in the world. Silfra is a freshwater fissure about 60-63 meters where it is the deepest and you can almost see to end of it as the water is so clear. The water is so pristine it feels like flying. No diving experience is needed as you will snorkel at the surface of the canyon. We provide all the gear that you need and offer snorkeling in wetsuit and drysuit all dependant on your interest. We however recommend the wetsuit as you will feel more free and be able to dive as well, no diving license is required. Not sure which suit to choose? Take a look at our blog post wetsuit vs. drysuit to help you decide. The cave we will visit is called Leiðarendi. The 900 meter long lava tube offers unique rock formations, such as stalactites and shelves. Some light crawling may be required yet Leiðarendi cave has a rather easy access to the underworld wonders of the Icelandic lava fields. Included: • FREE Photos for snorkeling • Hot chocolate for snorkeling • All snorkeling equipment • All caving equipment • Pick up and drop off • English speaking guide Pick up: Summer Departures: • From 1. March – 31. Oct: Pick up is between 7:45 and 8:15am Winter Departures: • From 1. Nov – 28 February: Pick up is between 8:45 and 9:15am Duration: 6,5 – 7 hours Prerequisites: • Be comfortable in water and be able to swim • Be physically fit • Be ready to wear a sometimes tight & constricting dry suit • Have read, signed, and followed directions on the Silfra • Snorkeling Medical Statement • Sign our liability release form at the start of the tour • Be at minimum 145cm (4’9) tall / maximum 200cm (6’7) tall • Be at minimum 45kg (99 lbs) / maximum 120kg (264 lbs) • Be minimum 14 years of age • Not be pregnant • Not wear glasses, so if you have a prescription mask, please bring it with you. If not, we advise you to get contact lenses before you join us for snorkeling. • Minimum participants: 2 people (Contact us if you are traveling alone as we might already have a small group departing at your desired date). Maximum participants: 6 per snorkeling guide and 8 per caving guide Snorkeling And Caving Tour Combining snorkeling and caving gives you the ultra experience of Icelandic nature. You will explore the hidden world of the lava fields by foot by caving in the Blue Mountain area and visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Þingvellir national park and snorkel the freshwater fissure Silfra, one of the best diving site in the world. Silfra is a freshwater fissure about 60-63 meters where it is the deepest and you can almost see to end of it as the water is so clear. The water is so pristine it feels like flying. No diving experience is needed as you will snorkel at the surface of the canyon. We provide all the gear that you need and offer snorkeling in wetsuit and drysuit all dependant on your interest. We however recommend the wetsuit as you will feel more free and be able to dive as well, no diving license is required. Not sure which suit to choose? Take a look at our blog post wetsuit vs. drysuit to help you decide. The cave we will visit is called Leiðarendi. The 900 meter long lava tube offers unique rock formations, such as stalactites and shelves. Some light crawling may be required yet Leiðarendi cave has a rather easy access to the underworld wonders of the Icelandic lava fields. Included: • FREE Photos for snorkeling • Hot chocolate for snorkeling • All snorkeling equipment • All caving equipment • Pick up and drop off • English speaking guide Pick up: Summer Departures: • From 1. March – 31. Oct: Pick up is between 7:45 and 8:15am Winter Departures: • From 1. Nov – 28 February: Pick up is between 8:45 and 9:15am Duration: 6,5 – 7 hours Prerequisites: • Be comfortable in water and be able to swim • Be physically fit • Be ready to wear a sometimes tight & constricting dry suit • Have read, signed, and followed directions on the Silfra • Snorkeling Medical Statement • Sign our liability release form at the start of the tour • Be at minimum 145cm (4’9) tall / maximum 200cm (6’7) tall • Be at minimum 45kg (99 lbs) / maximum 120kg (264 lbs) • Be minimum 14 years of age • Not be pregnant • Not wear glasses, so if you have a prescription mask, please bring it with you. If not, we advise you to get contact lenses before you join us for snorkeling. • Minimum participants: 2 people (Contact us if you are traveling alone as we might already have a small group departing at your desired date). Maximum participants: 6 per snorkeling guide and 8 per caving guide What To Bring We will provide you with all necessary gear required for snorkeling and caving. You will however have to bring: • Clothes suited to dress under a drysuit such as long warm underwear or sweat suit, warm socks OR • Clothes suited to dress under a wetsuit such as swimsuits • Warm clothes to wear prior and after the snorkeling • Water Resistant outer layer as it can be wet inside the cave • Towel • Lunch or Snack • Camera • You can rent a GoPro camera from us If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

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