If you want to spice up your Kemer holiday, observe the underwater life closely and have interesting experiences, you can join the Diving Tour in Kemer excursion. While enjoying the unique natural beauties of Kemer, you can also color your holiday and make it more fun with the activities and sports you can participate in. If you are interested in diving or if you are curious about the animals and plant species in the depths of the Mediterranean, you can join the Diving Tour in Kemer excursion. Thanks to this tour, you can observe the underwater life closely. You can also spend an exciting and adrenaline-filled day on your holiday in Kemer.
By joining the Diving Tour in Kemer, you can observe the underwater life, get interesting experiences and take a closer look at many different ruins in the depths of the sea. In addition to all these, you can have many different advantages. You will be given an International certificate when you join the diving tour and perform your first dive. Thanks to this certificate, you will have the opportunity to dive all over the world without training.
What does the diving tour in Kemer include?
The Diving Tour in Kemer, where you will discover the unique and colorful world of the undersea, will first start with our expert teams giving you general information about diving. He will also teach you how to dive and the sign language you will use while diving. Afterwards, diving equipment will be distributed to you and you will be ready for diving by putting on your diving suits and equipment with the help of the teams. To make sure you are ready to dive in the sea, you will take a test dive in the pool. Then you will dive at various depths in the sea by applying your knowledge and skills.
The first stop of the Diving Tour in Kemer trip is Aquarium Bay. This cove, which is 9 kilometers away from Kemer, is a very suitable cove for individuals who will dive for the first time. You can see stingrays, octopuses and sea turtles living under the sea by diving in this bay, which has a natural pool with a depth of 1.5 meters. Afterwards, you will dive in the Kabarcik Bay, which has a depth of approximately 18 meters. This bay takes its name from the submerged Kabarcik cave. There are sand and rocks in the depths of this bay. By diving, you can observe many different sea creatures such as lizard fish, stone fish, crayfish, crabs, starfish and sea urchins in these sands and rocks.
The last stop of the diving tour is Kiriş Cave Bay. This bay is 18 meters deep and has caves and tunnels under the sea. This bay is home to many different marine plants and animals. You can observe the underwater life by diving in this bay.