atlantic diving

Atlantic Diving Destinations

Our most diverse region, the Atlantic offers big action to divers that are looking for something just a little bit different.  Start in the Azores with whales, dolphins, sharks and mobulas, then to England's south shores for Basking sharks.  Head up to Scotland for one of the worlds best dive meccas for WWII wrecks, and then head across the Atlantic to Canada's eastern shores to Newfounland. Here you can choose between WWII wrecks, swimming with whales or diving with icebergs.

All of the Atlantic destinations offer stunning scenery and are the ideal spot for a little extra adventure added on to your dive holiday.

 

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Algarve

The Barlavento region of the Algarve, famous for its marvellous beaches, golden sands, with flame-coloured coastal cliffs and tranquil waters, is an essential destination that makes diving alluring 300 days a year. Find Out More...

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Azores

This tiny archipelago is saddled in the middle of the Atlantic and is the stopping-off point for many pelagic species including whales, mako and blue sharks, mantas and more. The chances for encounters with big animals here are good, and it is certainly one of the most accessible 'big animal' diving destinations on the planet. Find Out More...

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Canada

This is a destination filled with adventure, from seemingly untouched shipwrecks to icebergs, and the possibility to come eye to eye with a humpback or minke whale. For those who are looking for something a little bit out of the ordinary, this destination has 'experience of a lifetime' written all over it. Find Out More...

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England

Take the opportunity to get up close and personal with the world's second largest fish, the Basking shark.  Southern England is one of the best places in the world to see these magnificent creatures.  Like the whale shark, the Basking eats plankton and is a very social creature making it easy to snorkel with.  Find Out More...

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Scotland

A perfect natural harbour, Scapa Flow in Scotland has been used since the time of the Vikings. Now famous for its whiskey making and mulitple wrecks, this area boasts a lot of metal under the surface for eager wreck divers to discover. Find Out More...

 
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