4. Dubrovnik: 1-Day Diving Package
The southernmost diving area in the Adriatic Sea is renowned not only for its clear waters, but also for its plethora of fish and marine animals, some of which can rarely be seen in the north Adriatic.
Experience the most beautiful Croatian diving sites on this 1-day diving package, and see for yourself the breathtaking beauty the Dubrovnik underwater world.
Divers are organized into small groups (5-6 divers per 1 instructor) according to their certificate level and experience. The dive site is decided before each dive, after considering the experience of the divers, their preferences and the weather conditions.
Each diving session lasts about 2.5 hours, and you’ll have a 2-hour break between the 2 dives to relax and have lunch. Dives are performed both from the shore and from the boat.
Diving trips along the coast are organized in 3 locations:
Little Africa (Mala Afrika) – 3-20 meters (caves, rock, wall)
Maros Cave (Marova špilja) – 3-40 meters, a minimum of AOWD and 30 dives (cave)
Pipa Rock – 0-12 meters (night dive)
Boat diving trips are organized in 10 locations:
Bezdan – cave and wreck
Taranto shipwreck – wrecks, caves
Tomislav – wreck
Sv. Andrija – cave, wall
Lokrum – cave, lake
Grebeni cave – caves, rock
Jabuka Island – cave, wall
Bobara Island – cave, wall
Mrkanjac Island – wall
Mrkan Island – cave, wall
Check in: 08:30-09:30
Introduction to instructor and provision of equipment: 09:30-09:45
Check in: 13:30-14:00
Introduction to instructor and provision of equipment: 14:00-14:15
Due to the proximity of diving sites, the time between the 2 dives is usually spent on the beautiful terrace of the Blue Planet Diving Center.