Silfra, Iceland

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Silfra, Iceland



Introduction:

Silfra is a unique phenomenon on this planet. The Silfra Tectonic Fissure is a unique phenomenon on this planet. There are several other freshwater rifts similar to Silfra in Iceland, but Silfra itself is the most beautiful, interesting and easily accessible to recreational divers and snorkelers.


Silfra, Iceland

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About 50 kilometers north of the Þingvallavatn Lake lies Iceland's second largest glacier Langjökull. In the past, melting ice from the glacier would run through a river directly into the Þingvallavatn Lake. 

Silfra, Iceland

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Over thousands of dives in Silfra, we are proud to have a 100 percent safe safety record. If you follow the guide, respect the safety briefing, and do not venture out on your own, there is no way to get lost. The best part for those that have not tried drysuit diving before or are anxious about diving in four degree water.

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