Ayia Napa is a great place to try diving for the first time and also has some more advanced and interesting dive sites for more experienced divers. The rocky sea bottom around Ayia Napa, Cape Greco and Protaras delivers a huge variety of caves, tunnels, rock formations and canyons to explore and has an abundance of fish and other sea life and the crystal clear waters provide excellent visibility up to 50 metres.
If you've ever wanted to give scuba diving a try, now is your chance. Feed the fish, explore rock formations and enjoy the underwater world with a discover scuba diving session.
Full instruction by professional PADI qualified staff is given during this 3 hour session, including a participation booklet and important information about safety.
Once the instruction briefing is complete at our 5* PADI dive centre, you'll be issued with wetsuits and scuba equipment and transported to one of our amazing local dive sites.
Instructors will take you first into shallow water to practice breathing underwater and to perform some basic underwater skills. Once you’re ready, you will be led on a tour of the dive site to a maximum of 6 metres where you'll see lots fish and other marine life.
After the dive, you can enjoy refreshments in the dive centre and view the photos taken during your very first scuba diving experience! Photos are available to purchase for just 10 euros per set.
• Return transfer from and to your accommodation
• All equipment and tuition by PADI professionally qualified staff
• 40-45 minute dive
• Refreshments after the dive
Departure Location: Protaras and Ayia Napa.
Duration: 3 hours.
Prices: From €65 per person.
9.15am - 9.30am: Hotel pick up
9.30am - 10.00am: Instructor briefing
10.00am – 10.30am: Change into wetsuits, collect scuba equipment and travel to local dive site
10.30am – 11.15am: Scuba diving in beautiful clear waters and underwater sightseeing
11.15am – 12.00 noon: Return to dive centre and enjoy refreshments and view photos from the dive
12.15 – 12.30: Hotel drop off
*Subject to changes due to weather conditions.