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Amazing Video Of Divers Swimming Through A Place Where One Continent Ends And Another Begins


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Fascinating pictures have emerged of divers exploring the crystal clear waters located between two continents. The pictures were taken in Silfra which enables divers to explore both North American and Eurasian tectonic plates.

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Lidija Jovisic, is a project manager and ‘dream broker’ at Dive.Is and leads many diving tours in the euphoric waters.

She explained: “The diving video at the beginning shows some popular touristic sites, such as Gulfoss and Geysir.


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Dive into the most unique body of water in the world with unparalleled visibility. Silfra is a crack in the Earth ripped open by the movement of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. The crystal clear glacial water filling the Silfra fissure has been filtered for decades through underground lava rock, providing over 100 meters of underwater visibility. The underwater scenery that you experience in Silfra is found nowhere else on Earth.


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