Snorkelling at Nautholsvik - Reykjavik's geothermal beach
There are very few known snorkeling spots in Iceland. The most famous one is the Silfra fissure in Thingvellir National Park, which is best known for snorkelling between the continents.
The Nautholsvik beach in Reykjavik is actually a man - made beach in Iceland. Sand and shells were imported from Morocco. The water on the beach is Iceland's own geothermal water, and in the surrounding ocean 9 - 15 degrees C. Water there is regularly checked for cleanliness.
We accept small groups of two to six participants.
Our tour guides speak English and German. They are familiar with swimming and snorkelling in the area.
Tour duration 1.5 to 2 hours. Price is 6000 isk per person.
Neoprene suits with cap and snorkel gear available in:
Small, Medium, Large X-large and XX-Large.
**due to water tempreture, not recommendable for people with heart problems