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A perfect quick getaway of diving, snorkeling and sightseeing in Iceland
Magma Dive is a 5 star PADI Dive Center offering dive and snorkel tours to some of the best locations in Iceland.
Their focus from the start has been on the beautiful Silfra fissure in Thingvellir National Park. Their mission is to make this amazing experience available to individuals, families and groups traveling to Iceland.
Below is a recommended sample itinerary that covers accommodation, transport and diving to the best spots in Iceland however we can do it all! From Hiking glaciers, wandering waterfalls and black sand beaches, experiencing the Northern Lights, kayaking, exploring crystal caves, racing snowmobiles and much more – only your imagination is the limit! Contact our specialists today to tailor your Iceland adventure to suit
Diving Lake Kleifarvatn can be easily added in Spring - Fall months. Please contact us for your tailored itinerary
$1780 per diver, $1600 per snorkeler double occupancy includes
Other meals and airport transfers are not included.
Other itineraries available - the options are endless! Please contact us for your tailored itinerary. Please click here for some of our favorite tours in more detail.
Rates are based on average hotel rates and exchange rate at time of print against the ISK and are subject to fluctuation.
The Amazing Silfra
Silfra, by virtue of its location, contains clear, cold water that attracts scuba divers drawn to its high visibility and geological importance; divers are literally swimming between continents. The rift claims a shallow depth nearest to the bank, but deepens and widens further out.
Scuba diving professionals have divided Silfra into three sections: Silfra hall, Silfra cathedral and Silfra lagoon. At its deepest, Silfra is 63 meters deep but diving this depth is seldom done and only by appropriately qualified advanced divers. In any case the most wondrous sights are in Silfra cathedral which is a 100 meter long fissure where you can see almost from end to end.