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Discover the glacial depths of one of Iceland’s best diving spots, the striking Silfra Fissure, during a guided snorkeling tour. Set out through the volcanic fields of Thingvellir National Park to reach the...read more
Iceland is a global crossroads for outdoor adventure, but it can be hard to find experiences beyond mere sightseeing. On this adventure tour, explore the Raufarhólshellir lava tube before heading Thingvellir...read more
Explore one of the best dive sites in the world where you can dive in crystal clear- and even drinkable water. The glacier water filters for about 30 to 100 years through hardened lava rock from Langijökull glacier....read more
Snorkeling in a fissure caused by two tectonic plates drifting apart is something you can't do everyday! Silfra is the name of a big 'crack' stretching parallel to the North American and a micro-plate called Hreppar...read more
This 8-day tour takes you to the must see Golden Circle route with all its amazing sites. You will see the unbeatable Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and of course the UNESCO World Heritage Site,...read more
This 6-day tour takes you to the must see Golden Circle route with all its amazing sites. You will see the unbeatable Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and of course the UNESCO World Heritage Site,...read more
Being able to snorkel in the Silfra fissure is a privilege that mother nature literally opened up for us. Silfra is a big 'crack' in the ground located in Thingvellir on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge formed as two tectonic...read more