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From ISK 25'900
-Yes if there are 3 person or more.
-From 1. April – 30. Sept: 8:00 – 8:15 and 11:30 – 11:45
-From 1. Oct – 31. Oct: 9:00 – 9:15
-From 1. Nov – 31. Jan: 9:30 – 9:45
-From 1. Feb – 31. March: 9:00 – 9:15
-6,5 – 7 hours
Prerequisites for snorkeling:
-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 150cm (4’11) 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
-Maximum participants: 6 per guide
What to bring:
-We will provide you with all necessary gear required for snorkeling.
You will however have to bring:
-Clothes suited to dress under a drysuit such as thermal clothes, no hoddies, jumper, warm
underwear or track suit, 2 pairs of warm socks
-Towel (for long hair)
-Warm clothes to wear prior and after the snorkeling
-Water Resistant outer layer comfortable and warm as it can be wet inside the cave
-Lunch or Snack
You can rent a GoPro camera by us
Silfra is about 60-63 meter where it is deepest. Silfra is a freshwater fissure and you can almost see the end to end as the water is so clear. 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.
Silfra is a rift formed in the divergent tectonic boundary between the North American and Eurasian plates and is located in the ÞingvallavatnLake in the Þingvellir National Park in Iceland.The site lies in the Þingvellir valley and within the Þingvellir National Park. The valley and Silfra itself were formed by the divergent tectonic drift of the Eurasian and North American plates. The plates drift about 2 cm (0.79 in) farther apart every year, building up tension between the plates and the earth mass above.
Silfra lies at the rim of the Þingvallavatn Lake and is one of the largest and deepest of these fissures.
A lava tube is a natural conduit formed by flowing lava which moves beneath the hardened surface of a lava flow. Tubes can be draining lava from a volcano during an eruption, or can be extinct, meaning the lava flow has ceased and the rock has cooled and left a long cave.