Where better to get your Dry Suit license than the most famous cold water diving site in the world: Silfra, Iceland! This PADI Dry Suit Speciality course includes two dives with your final certification dive in the renown Silfra Fissure! Silfra is located in Thingvellir, National Park which is where the North American and Eurasion tectonic plates collide.
Availability: May to October only. This course requires two dives to be done in one day which is not always possible in the winter months.
Requirements: A minimum age limit of 17 is set by the National Park. Your PADI Open Water diving certification or equivalent from any recognised diving organisation. In order to participate in this course, you will also need to complete a PADI medical form, if you have any concerns about this prior to the course please ask us for a copy before committing to the course.
Difficulty: Demanding. This tour involves a little hiking with your equipment as we are diving in a National park classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site and as such we can’t build anything on site. The walk from the exit of the dive site is approx 500m.
Alternatives: Dive Silfra day tour for divers with 20 or more logged dives.
We've been around for decades and our experience will ensure that you get the best possible bang for your buck.
Our guides go through extensive training and make sure you feel safe and comfortable at all times.
We're part of Arctic Adventures, your adventure tour operator in Iceland since 1983. That's why you can easily combine our tours with various activities.