Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Trincomalee is a popular tourist destination on Sri Lanka's east coast, famed for its religious sites, temples, and magnificent gopurams (a type of tower). Trincomalee Airport is nearby. Fort Frederick, with its historic stronghold, guns, and artillery, is another notable attraction here. Tricomalee draws divers of all levels of expertise because to its diversified underwater terrain. Trincomalee is a famous diving destination with a massive sandbank that drops 1500m/4921ft into clean water. This region of Sri Lanka is notable for having the world's second biggest natural harbor. Despite the fact that there are many places with underwater walls, colorful reefs, underwater sculptures of gods, pinnacles, and shallow rocky floors rich of fish skeletons, the major attraction here is historic shipwrecks.
They are located not far from the coast at various depths, the deepest of which is 42m/138ft. The most popular diving locations Swami Rock, which has a nursery slope, as well as Sitanampara, Eel Rock, and Pigeon Rock, are the most popular dive spots nearby. Other interesting places nearby include the famed H.M.S Hermes Wreck, as well as Pigeon Island, Shark Point, and Uppuveli Pinnacles. World War II aircraft, the Sri Lankan Navy, Chinese gunboats, Admiralty
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Have you ever pondered what it might be like to breathe underwater? If you want to try scuba diving but aren't ready to commit to a certification course.
This is a one-day PADI program that provides you with the experience of scuba diving up to 12 meters. While it does not result in certification, it can be counted as your first open water dive toward your PADI open water certification. This program is ideal for those who want to learn what it's like to breathe underwater and explore the undersea environment.
There will be a Discover Scuba Diving registration form to fill out as well as a liability release form. After completing the forms, you may enter our small classroom to see a short film on Discover Scuba Diving. This video will educate you on correct procedures, methodologies, and other fundamental principles.
After you finish the movie, your teacher will take over and you will be able to join them in selecting your diving gear and learning more about what you will be doing.
Discover Scuba Diving is a brief overview of what it takes to explore the undersea world. You must be at least 10 years old to sign up for this Scuba Diving session. No prior scuba diving experience is required, however you must be in good physical condition. Are you ready to give it a shot?
You will also discover how to Examine your diving equipment and how simple it is to move around underwater with your gear. Discover how it feels to breathe underwater. Learn essential techniques that you will need on every scuba dive and Have a good time swimming about and exploring.
Your Participant Guide describes the experience and allows you to study the safety regulations and skill practices that your diving expert will go over with you ahead of time. You'll also learn about chances to join the scuba community once you finish your underwater adventure.
After you have completed the Discover Scuba Diving theory with your Instructor, they will teach you the fundamental skills. The three primary skills you will acquire are,• Recovery of Regulators • Cleaning of the Regulator • Cleaning the Mask
If you are confident in exhibiting your in-water abilities, it is time to board the boat and go for a dive! According to PADI Discover Scuba Diving rules, you will dive with an instructor and, if there is a group, you will be accompanied by additional instructors and/or Divemasters. The boats will return to land at 11.30 a.m. after the dive.
The diving shop has both indoor and outdoor showers, so you can reward yourself with a freshwater washdown and then have a wonderful cup of coffee or tea while talking about your day in the sea.