Reykjavik Diving Tour


On this 5 day Reykjavík tour you will have the opportunity to plunge into three uniquely Icelandic dive sites – Silfra, the ocean and a geo-thermal hot spring. In addition to exploring the unique underwater worlds of each dive site, you will also visit Thingvellir National Park and the geothermal activity in the area of Krýsuvík on the Reykjanes peninsula.

Not Included
Tour Notes
  • Dive into the heart of Iceland’s geothermal activity
  • Float through Lake Kleifarvatn’s newly discovered underwater bubbling hot springs
  • Visit the boiling mud pots and colorful sulfur deposits of an area rife with geothermal activity
  • The Silfra fissure in the exact location where the continental plates divide; at one point in the dive, you can touch the walls of each continent
  • Silfra’s unparalleled underwater visibility made possible by water filtered through 50km of basaltic lava rock

Group Size: Min 2 / Max 8

2018 Pricing:
Moderate accommodation:
Low season (February, March, October, November)
US$2,085 – twin room
Shoulder Season (April, September, November 03)
US$2,205 – twin room
High Season (May-August)
US$2,425 – twin room

Superior accommodation:
Low Season (February, March, October, November)
US$2,389 – twin room
Shoulder Season (April, September and November 03)
US$2,445 – twin room
High Season (May-August)
US$2,715 – twin room

Prices are shown in US$ per person based on two people sharing a twin room. Triple and single prices are available on request. Rates are subject to change based on fluctuating currency exchange rates of the Icelandic kronur, change in prices from the supplier and additional taxes and fees. Current pricing will be quoted at the time of your reservation, depending on the hotel that is confirmed.  CA$ rates are available on request.

Tour Code:

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Day 1

Arrive Keflavik International Airport; transfer to downtown Reykjavik hotel; overnight

Day 2

The first day of diving takes you into the depths of the Icelandic ocean. Our favorite ocean dive site in the Reykjavík area is Garður, located on the Reykjanes peninsula. Here divers will see the marine life of the North Atlantic, with the possibility of visits from wolf fish, scorpion fish, flat fish, lump suckers and more. In addition to the fish, divers will spot crustaceans such as crabs, scallops, northern shrimp, cockles and mussels. The ocean is brimming with myriad species of marine algae, which not only provide essential nutrition for the other life in the sea but are also colourful and diverse in design.

Day 3

Iceland’s geothermal activity is one of the defining characteristics of this country, both in terms of its landscape and the culture of its inhabitants. On the second day of diving you enter into the heart of Iceland’s geothermal activity, a dive site located in Lake Kleifarvatn amidst a sprawling, stunning volcanic terrain. Lake Kleifarvatn contains newly discovered underwater hot springs and we will dive straight into these bubbling springs. After the dive, we will visit the boiling mud pots and colourful sulphur deposits of a nearby area rife with geothermal activity.

Day 4

On the third and final day of diving, we will dive Iceland’s ultimate dive site, Silfra. Silfra is located in Thingvellir National Park, an area of immense interest to geologists and cultural historians alike. The rift valley of Thingvellir was created by the slow separation of the Eurasian and North American continental plates, and it was here that the original settlers of Iceland held their annual legislative assembly. The Silfra fissure in in the exact location where the continental plates divide; at one point in the dive, you can touch the walls of each continent. As the water that fills Silfra is glacial water that has been filtered through basaltic lava rock for a distance of 50 km, Silfra’s underwater visibility is unparalleled by any other dive site on the planet.

On the day of diving in Silfra you can add the optional Silfra Tectonic Specialty Awareness Course, which gives you a deeper understanding of plate tectonics in Iceland and Silfra in particular.

Day 5

Transfer from Reykjavik hotel to Keflavik International Airport for departure.

  • Round-trip airport transfers between Keflavik and Reykjavik accommodation
  • 4 nights of accommodation in Reykjavik in category and room type chosen
  • Breakfast daily at hotel
  • Pick up from Reykjavik hotel and transportation to dive sites for 3 days
  • 5 guided dives
  • Rental of air tanks and weights
Not Included
  • Airfare to/from Iceland
  • Meals, drinks and refreshments not specified
  • Optional courses and tours add-ons or extensions
  • Travel insurance, gratuities and items of a personal nature
  • Passport and visa fees, if necessary
Tour Notes

This fantastic diving tour takes you to three unique dive locations in Iceland, to experience totally different dive experiences at each.

Important note: All multi-day scuba tours require a diver to have at least ten logged dry-suit dives along with an advanced diver certificate.

Disclaimer: We do our utmost to ensure that information posted on our website is correct at the time of publication, however trip details are subject to change without notice by the suppliers and operators involved. We update the information as soon as possible when changes are advised to us, however, we cannot assume responsibility for such changes made by the suppliers and operators.