The by far most famous diving spot on the island -Silfra -was visited by hundreds of divers and snorkelers every day at peak times. But there are also the lesser-known places and a large part of tourism takes place in the vicinity of the capital Reykjavik.
We explore Iceland as a mobile diving and exploration tour, usually this means a complete circumnavigation of the island on the well-developed ring road. Every single day is packed with a wide variety of dives and experiences. Waterfalls, basalt columns, hot springs and geysers, glaciers, sulfur springs, lava deserts, volcanic craters, crystal clear lakes, bird rocks and much more await us.
We dive both in the sea and in crystal clear rivers and lakes and see grim but very peaceful wolffishes, rays, cod, lumpfish, trouts and arctic chars and all kinds of small marine life. There are kelp forests, steep walls, ravines and even underwater hot springs.
The river Litlá with its own warm spring is just as essential to visit on the tour as Strýtan, the hydrothermal chimneys at the bottom of the fjord, or Nesgjá, a freshwater canyon with extremely good visibility. In the east we meet deep fjords that have hardly been dived before and can visit a large wreck from the war.
And if that’s not enough for you, you should take a closer look at our Greenland-Iceland-Highlight tour.
The east coast of Greenland offers more adventures – just two hours from Reykjavik by propeller plane!