Iceland is a country that is located in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean and washed by Greenland Sea at the north and Norway Sea at the east and at north-west it is separated from Greenland by the Dutch Strait. Iceland is famous for a number of active volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, unusual relief formed by lava and glaciers. Iceland offers opportunities for unusual and extreme diving in the crack between the tectonic plates in Silfra cliff, at El Grylo wreck, caves and underwater volcano Skrytan, and at dive sites of the Atlantic waters. Diving in Iceland is recommended for more experienced divers.

Location: northern part of the Atlantic Ocean, the Norway Sea

What to see: Among marine animals, divers can observe the schools of mackerels, Atlantic wolfish, anglers, dolphins, whales, starfish and crabs. Besides divers can admire amazing landscapes.

Depth: 4-65m/13-213ft

Currents: 1knot

Visibility: 30-100m/99-328ft

Season for diving: The climate in Iceland is subarctic, but warm currents make it milder. The best time for diving is from May to September. Water temperature ranges between 2-14C/35-57F.

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