Diving in the Arctic - trip of in Iceland

Seals, sea lions, whales and a sunken tanker

Dive where nobody has ever done before. To that end we have designed a circular itinerary through one of the countries with the greatest variety of landscapes, both above and below the water. We submerged in the famous Silfra fault, the fissure between America and Eurasia, the archipelago of Breidafjordur with its disturbing macro life, the underwater geothermal chimneys of Strytan and the oil tanker sunk during the 2nd World War. A diving in the Arctic sharing space with seals, sea lions and forced whale sightings ..


Day 1: Flight to Reikjavik
Upon arrival at the airport, transfer to the hotel

Day 2: Reikjavic – Silfra – Snefellsnes – Stykkisholmur
The fault of Silfra has a special geological relevance because it is the only place where it is possible to dive in the waters of two different parts of the planet; literally between Eurasia and America,

Day 3: Breidafjordur Archipelago– Skaga
Located in the Breidafjordur fjord, the archipelago consists of some 200 islands and islets. We dive on the island of Birgisklettur, where we find an amazing variety of marine life and underwater scenery.

Day 4: Drangey, the cliff of the birds
Today we share marine space diving with the birds that inhabit the cliffs of Drangey. Hundreds of thousands of puffins and guillemots live in the area and dive into the waters of Skagafjordur Bay.

Day 5: Strytan: submarine hydrothermal vents and sea lions
In the middle of the fjord of Eyjafjordur, we find one of the most interesting diving spots; Underwater hydrothermal vents

Day 6: Eyjafjordur fiord: underwater gardens and whales
Both the French Gardens and La Pared, amazing geological structures, are characterized by the abundance of marine life, as well as the colorful display of anemones and purple and pink tones.

Day 7: Nesgjá and Litlaà
Like Silfra, Nesgjà is the result of the tectonic movement of the continental plates of Eurasia and America.

Day 8: Myvatn: volcano, lava constructions and geysers
Today we dedicate the day to land visits, especially the area of ​​Myvatn, the main area of ​​volcanic activity and of great scenic interest. We overnight in the picturesque town of Seydisfj

Day 9: Diving in wreck: El Grillo
2 dives in the ship El Grillo, British tanker sunk during World War II. In the afternoon we can visit Seydisfjordur, typical fishing village or Skalanes area.

Day 10: South Coast
The landscape of Iceland's southern coast is characterized by an impressive and rugged landscape of mountains, strange volcanic formations, cliffs and countless waterfalls, as well as being able to admire The largest glacier in Europe, thenVatnajokull.

Day 11: Golden Circle
Today we close our circular trip to Iceland visiting the imposing waterfall of Gullfoss, the active geyser of Strokkur and submerging for the last time in the clearest waters of the world, Silfra. Transfer to the hotel in Reikjavik.

Day 12: Reikjavik-Airport
After breakfast, transfer to airport to flight back.


Airport and transfer assistance.
Dive master guide.
Guías especializados durante la ruta Specialized guides along the road.
Basic travel insurance.
Pack 12 dives.

No Incluye

Meals not specified
Diving equipment
Extra night of hotel if necessary for air connection.
International flights

Info - Paises

Land of elves and fairies, Iceland surprise us with memorable landscapes of lava fields, volcanoes, waterfalls and cliffs.

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