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Scuba Diving in Dubrovnik: 1 Dive for Certified Divers3 Reviews
Explore the incredible marine wildlife and crystal blue waters off the coast of Croatia on this 2.5-hour diving trip from Dubrovnik. For certified divers only, put on your scuba gear and plunge into the Mediterranean at one of 12 different diving sites.
- Experience one of Blue Planet Diving center 12 unique and exciting diving sites
- Go on an exhilarating dive to reefs, caves, caverns, and remarkable shipwrecks
- Skip training sessions with this 2.5-hour session for certified divers only
DescriptionPlunge into the Mediterranean to explore the amazing reefs, caves, marine wildlife, and abandoned ships off the coast of Dubrovnik. Take your pick of one of 12 fantastic diving sites, each offering a different piece of exploration along Croatia’s picturesque coastline. This 2.5-hour diving session is for certified divers only. Skip the training sessions and jump right into the crystal blue waters to discover beautiful scenery and quiet, isolated islands. Some possible diving sites are: Bezdan At the southern shore of the Kolocep Island, Cape Bezdan offers shallows and sheer drops into the abyss. It also features the remains of the two-mast coaster, The Aurora. Taranto Shipwreck Just a short 10-minute boat ride from the diving center Blue Planet lies the shipwreck Taranto, a merchant vessel was built in 1899 and used by the Italian navy throughout World War II. Tomislav On the shores of the Lokrum island, the shipwreck Tomislav offers scuba divers a close look at sunken treasure. Lokrum island is Dubrovnik’s green oasis, just 10 minutes from the historic old city. Check out one of these sites or your choice of the remaining 9 for an memorable day on the Croatian Adriatic coast.
- If you cancel this tour, a written letter, fax, or email is required. If more than 2 years have passed since your last logged dive, a Check Dive is required.