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Silfra is one of those dives that should be on every diver's must-dive list - it is simply stunning. Diving in a vast rift in the rubble between the tectonic plates, the crystal-clear glacier water, which has been filtered for years by the volcanic rock, is so ridiculously clear, you feel like you are flying - and if you are thirsty, you can sip a little and it is the freshest, best-tasting mineral water ever! Even if you are a committed warm-water diver, learn to use a drysuit just so you can do this dive!
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Silfra
( 64.254986, -21.123000 )
(4.8)
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