Scuba Diving in Iceland

Travel to Iceland on your next holiday and make it count. Go Diving.

Scuba diving in Iceland is a unique and remarkable experience. There are several dive sites in Iceland both in the ocean and freshwater.
The temperatures of the water in and around Iceland range from 2°C to 10°C so all dives are in dry suits. Two of the dive sites in Iceland, the lava ravine Silfra and the geothermal chimney of Strýtan, are unique on a global scale. When thinking of things to do in Iceland, diving in Iceland is a worthy option considering the clear waters and exceptional location.

Scuba Diving in Iceland

Iceland has some of the clearest waters to scuba dive. There are places to dive in Iceland that are unlike any other places around the wourld. Where else can you dive in cristal clear water between two continental plates that are pulling apart as you swim.
The Silfra Ravine, Kleifarvatn Lake, Strytan and the charming village of Seydisfjordur are amazing diving spots.

Scuba diving in Silvra Ravine

Discover scuba divingin Iceland with amazing sites such as the Silfra Ravine located at Thingvellir National Park
Given the unparalleled experience in near perfect visibility in Iceland’s fresh water, this scuba diving trip is unlike any other. As the ice cold fresh water stands at about 2-4 celsius, it’s a sure way to get the adrenaline rush that one might be seeking. 

Scuba Iceland

Silfra ravine is a crack filled with very cold waters from about 2°- 4° celcius and crystal clear water with about 150 meters visibility. This spectacular dive sites is an experience everydiver will appreciate. It has been named one of the three best fresh water diving sites in the world. There are caves in Silfra, in those caves you can dive down to about 60+ meters.