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On November 25 we spent an hour and a half in the water. It was on a chilly side even we wore wetsuits. The water felt 65-67F. The water was very clear and visibility underwater was about 12-15 feet. We made a circle around the...More
We booked an introductory dive there, it includes basic instruction on how to use the equipment and controlled diving with individual instructor at the max depth of 5.5 meters for about half an hour.
So at first we learned how to breath and how to...More
My husband and I did a dive at the Caesarea Old port it was a stunning experience. Awesome to see the ruins and the ship wreck as well as the old anchors. The staff were all friendly and patient. We loved them and the dive!...More
Lovely dive, gorgeous ruins, we had no problem to just arrive and get a diving time an hour later. Everything provided, great fun exploring the ruins from the bottom. They speak multiple languages there.
+ Unique historical spot, underwater museum;
+ Nice, friendly, helpful stuff;
+ Good, well kept, and new equipment for rent, for all kinds of diving;
+ Relatively shallow, shore entrance to the water, easy for beginners;
+ Excellent archaeological site on the shore around,...More
Our family of four, including a 7 and 9 year old, were tiring of walking ancient ruins, so we called the dive center in the morning and they said they had been busy early, but come on down. Once there a friendly staff got us...More