Experience the magic of the Sea world. Dives for professionals and for beginners. Also—snorkelers are welcome. Kallithea bay is the perfect place to learn diving and snorkelling or if you are a qualified diver—you can go deeper to explore caves! Our promise to you is that you’ll receive great personal, friendly and professional service.
A tour for those who like to be On the water, In the water, and Under the water! Dives for qualified divers and for beginners! Certified -PADI, CMAS.
You will travel by boat to your diving destination – KALLITHEA bay, where you will spend the whole day learning to DIVE, snorkeling, swimming and relaxing. Your INSTRUCTORS will give you all the necessary information in order to make your first dive!
BEGINNERS will dive up to 6-7m deep for 25 min. QUALIFIED divers will go deeper – according to your diving license qualification! Dives are in small teams – 2-3 divers with one instructor. This is how the instructors can have full control of your well being under the water! After your dive you can relax, go swimming and snorkeling while the other passengers make their dives or you can choose to make one more dive!
Kallithea is famous for its clear waters, VISIBILITY up to 30m!!! You can meet octopus, sea-tomato, some small fish and beautiful rocks under the water! Our experienced instructors will be happy to share their knowledge and diving SECRETS!
Pick-up time approx.: 08:00 (precise time and place will be given upon the Booking)
Boat trip one way approx. 30 min
Stay in Kallithea—until all the passengers have made their dives!
* In case of bad weather conditions, the captain can decide to change the diving location or reach the bay by a Mini Van instead of the boat
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