Garður is a small fishing village on Reykjanes peninsula. We start our diving in Garður in the harbor and slowly make our way out towards the end of the pear. The fishing grounds just out of Garður are very rich in species and this ocean dive is sure to give great opportunities of getting up close and personal with the inhabitants. It is not only fish and other marine animals that make up the divergent underwater community. There are 42 known species of marine algae in the area providing nutrition to the occupants as well as being a large part of making the diverse underwater scenery, with all its variety in color and shape. While diving in the harbor at Garður you could run into a turf of cod and haddock as well as the odd white-beaked dolphins and killer whales.
Garður is a great diving spot that can be highly recommended.