Diving packages in Cyprus
Discover Scuba Diving
Have you ever wondered what it's like to breathe under water?
The PADI Discover Scuba Diving program is a great way to find out what scuba diving is really like before you take a full PADI Scuba Certification Course.
Your PADI Instructor will spend a little time with you to explain the basic principles of scuba diving and give an overview of the diving equipment you will be using.
PADI Advanced Open Water
Continue your education with the Adventures in Diving programme. If you do 3 adventure dives you become an Adventure Diver and with 5 adventure dives, including the deep and navigation dives, you can become an Advanced Open Water diver.
The Advanced Open Water Course takes 2 to 3 days to complete and we usually choose from the following adventure dives: Deep, Navigation, Night, Underwater…
DSD (Discover Scuba Dive)
Discover Scuba Diving - this non-certification course is an introduction for the novice, basically those who do not have any previous scuba diving experience, but would like to find out what diving is all about. This course is entertaining as well as educational but does not provide an certified diving qualification. If you have never tried diving before but would like to see if it's for you then…
PADI Scuba Diver
This course is a sub course of the Open Water Diver course. With this limited certification that takes 2 days to complete you will be able to dive to a maximum of 12m with a PADI professional escorting you. This course consists of some self study, 3 confined water dives and 2 open water dives. If, after completing the Scuba Diver course, you decide to continue to Open Water Diver, this course will…
PADI Open Water Diver
It takes 3 to 4 days to complete this course and you will be qualified to dive independently with another certified diver to a maximum depth of 18m. This course consist of some self study, 5 confined water dives and 4 open water dives. PADI Touch learning for iPad and eLearning are both available for this course - please ask us about it!
Travel to Cyprus
Cyprus is the third largest Mediterranean island and one of the most popular places for tourists. Whilst diving in Cyprus is not the best that the Mediterranean has to offer, the crystal clear waters on the coast of North Cyprus provide one of the few places in the world where divers can swim with turtles, and the wreck Zenobia is one of the best wreck dives in the world. The wreck is worth a trip to Cyprus for, and it needs to be dived more than once in order to appreciate the size of the wreck and get an understanding of it. For more pristine dive sites, it is necessary to travel to the northwest tip of the island around the Akamas Peninsula. Often there are artefacts such as Roman pottery on the seabed, but please be aware that removal of these items is strictly forbidden.