Snorkeling and Horseback Riding
Snorkeling and Horseback Riding is a perfect combination for those who want to experience a great outdoor day in Iceland. You’ll enjoy snorkeling in one of the best dive sites in the world and riding an Icelandic horse known for their five gaits.
Snorkeling and Horseback Riding is a perfect combination for those who want to experience a great outdoor day in Iceland. You’ll enjoy snorkeling in the freshwater fissure Silfra, which is known to be one of the best dive sites in the world. And you will enjoy riding an Icelandic horse known for their five gaits.
This is a pure nature trip. You’ll be snorkeling in either wetsuit or drysuit all depending on your wishes. By wearing the wetsuit you will be able to dive underneath the surface of Silfra and we really recommend this choice rather than the drysuit as you will get more out of the tour instead of just floating on the surface. Silfra is a freshwater fissure, about 60-63 metres where it is deepest, you can almost see end to end as the water is so clear. Silfra is situated at the UNESCO World Heritage site, Thingvellir.
The horseback riding will take place at the friendly family run farm Laxnes where you’ll ride on the Icelandic horse which has five gaits. You will enjoy the Icelandic nature at the same time you are getting to know these small friendly horses.
- Included in price is pick-up and drop-off at your hotel, guide and all necessary equipment for snorkeling and horseback riding
- Clothes suited to dress under a drysuit such as long warm underwear or sweat suit
- warm socks
- Clothes suited to dress under a wetsuit such as swimsuits
- Warm clothes to wear prior and after the snorkeling
- Lunch or Snack
- You can rent a GoPro camera by us (only in snorkeling tour)
How do we get there?
Summer Departures: 8:30 to 8:45 am (from 1. April to 30. September)
Winter Departures: 9:30 to 9:45 am (from 1. October to 31. March)
Pick ups are available from Hotels in Reykjavík.
*Without pick up - Meeting time at the Information Center in Þingvellir National Park (https://goo.gl/maps/J2vLU) is approx. 45 min. – 1 hour later