This course gives you a real scuba diving experience during which you will go out on the dive boat and do 2 dives on our beautiful coral reefs with one of our instructors. You will see uncountable varieties of colorful fish and possibly nurse sharks, reef sharks, eagle rays, turtles, goliath groupers and barracudas. We have no dangerous animals on our reefs, so you can relax and enjoy!The price of this full day adventure includes everything you need for the experience (academics, rental gear, pool training, instructor for the whole day), and at the end of the day your souvenir certificate. All you need is a swimsuit and a towel.Please note that you must be able to swim in order to learn how to scuba dive. You must also be in excellent health.
• Phi Phi offers some of the best scuba diving in the Andaman sea.• Commonly seen wildlife includes black tip reef sharks, turtles, lion fish, barracudas, moray eels, schools of yellow snapper, puffer fish, trigger fish, lobsters, shrimp and nudibranchs. Whale sharks are also visitors to these islands.• We offer 2 dive trips, in the morning at 7.30am or in the afternoon at 1.30pm. • A maximum of two buddy teams per dive guide with divers grouped by experience and ability.• We have15 liter tanks(at no extra charge) if you use a lot of air and also Nitrox tanks at no extra charge for certified Nitrox divers. • The trip price includes all equipment, dive guide, lunch and drinks.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Um El Faroud is the wreck of a Libyan motor tanker that was being worked on in a dry dock in Malta when a gas explosion on board killed nine Maltese dockworkers. For three years after the 1998 explosion she lay in the harbor of Valletta, then she was moved to the current location. She sits upright on the sandy seabed southwest of Wied iz-Zurrieq. The Um El Faroud weighs 10,000 tons and is 115 metres (377 ft) long. The depth to the top of the bridge is 18 metres (59 ft) and 25 metres (82 ft) to the main deck. Scuba divers might come across some squid and barracudas at the stern. The wreck can be entered fairly easily, but due to its size, this should be restricted only to divers with advanced wreck diving training.