Caving & Snorkeling in Silfra
Black & Blue
A one-of-a-kind underground adventure! Lava caving and snorkeling combo in Þingvellir national park.
Price from 27.990 ISK per person.
- Silfra fissure
- Þingvellir (Thingvellir national park)
Duration: Approximately 8 hours.
Hotel Pick-up time: Please be ready at 9:00 AM for pick-up from your Reykjavík accommodation and please note that it can take up to 30 minutes for us to arrive. Don’t know where you will be staying? No worries, just choose “To Be Announced” for pick-up location and get back to us when you have further details.
Included: Certified PADI Dive guide / Divemaster and an expert caving guide. All necessary snorkeling gear, including a specially made suit to keep you warm and dry in the glacier water. Silfra admission fee. All necessary specialized caving gear including helmet and headlight.
We recommend that you bring: Please bring with you warm and waterproof outdoor clothing, gloves, warm undergarments (fleece/wool), warm socks, a change of clothing (just in case). Sturdy hiking shoes, waterproof jacket and pants can be rented beforehand if you contact us or book online.
Minimum requirements: 12 years old, 45kg and 150cm. You are unable to participate if you pregnant and must be able to swim.
Please note that this is a combo tour and it is not an option to meet us on location.
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This caving and snorkeling tour gives you an opportunity to experience Iceland from a new angle.
We pick you up from Reykjavík and start with the black part of the tour by exploring a lava tube cave close to Reykjavík. This adventure gives you a great insight of the volcanic activities that have formed Iceland. Depending on the season we go either to Leiðarendi Cave or Gjábakkahellir, both caves are typical lava tubes that display the characterizing features that are common for this type of caves.
After we finish the caving, we drive to Þingvellir National Park where Silfra fissure is found. Here we get ready to explore the blue by putting on a dry suit and other snorkeling gear needed. Your guide leads you through the marvels of this crystal clear water wonderland that is considered to be one of the best freshwater snorkeling places in the world.
You will have a chance to grab some lunch between the two activities.
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Due to guide/customer ratio limitations and Þingvellir National Park regulations this tour sells out frequently, we recommend you book this tour well in advance.
Do you have bad eyesight? You will be wearing snorkeling goggles while in the water and you won’t be able to wear your glasses underneath. So unless you are bringing your own prescription goggles we recommend that you acquire contact lenses for your snorkeling tour.
Although you don’t need to “swim” while snorkeling, we recommend that you can because you have to be comfortable with floating in the water to be able to enjoy to the fullest. People that can’t swim tend to panic water and we do not want you to do that.
This is a combo tour and it is not an option to meet us on location.
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Although you don’t need to “swim” while snorkeling, we highly recommend that you know how to swim because you have to be comfortable with floating in water to be able to enjoy to the fullest. People that can’t swim tend to panic water and we do not want you to do that.
All our tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Arctic Adventures does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherent risk.
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