Snorkeling in Iceland Through the Icy Waters of Silfra

Snorkeling in Iceland at night in ice cold water between the continental plates of North America and Europe was stunning. You may be questioning our sanity or think that we have made up some strange story. But, it really is a real tour and not as crazy as it seems, I promise! Yes, the water is barely warm enough to be liquid, at a balmy 2° C (36° F), but you wear a dry suit so the only parts of your body that get cold are around your mouth and hands.

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