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Scuba Diving In Gallipoli Peninsula

  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
  • Scuba Diving In Gallipoli
Duration :Full Day Diving
Visiting Sights :Gallipoli Bays
Departure Days:Everyday
Tour Price :Ask Price

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Scuba Diving In Gallipoli Peninsula

Tour Highlights :
Scuba Diving in Gallipoli Peninsula takes you into the depth of Dardanelles to witness the results of the war under the water. We will pick you up from your hotel and transfer to gallipoli bay. When you arrive to meeting point you will be briefed by professional licensed diving constriptor. After the tour you will be transfered to your hotel.

Scuba Diving In Gallipoli Peninsula Itinerary

Meal : Lunch
Scuba Diving in Gallipoli peninsula is an other way to understand the war in Canakkale.
There are 216 shipwrecks in and around the Gallipoli peninsula and Canakkale. These wrecks cover a large variety of sea vessels, except gallions. Dive depths range from 7m to 30m. Normal dive to static line dives can be undertaken. The Milo was partially sunk by the allies in October 1915 to create a
wave break to protect the ANZACs best harbour at North Beach. It was broken in two by a storm on 18th Nov 1915 and now lies only half a foot from its original position in 1915. The wreck of the Milo off the shores of North Beach at the ANZAC site is an underwater testimony to the strength and endurance of the men of Gallipoli.

Time Break
08:30-09:00 Am Pick up from your hotel in Eceabat.
08:00-08:30 Am Pick up from your hotel in Canakkale.
09:00 Am Drive to Gallipoli Bay.
09:15-09:20 Am Arrival to Bay where you will dive.
09:30 Am-18:00 Pm Diving Tour.
18:00 Pm Tour will be ended
18:00 Pm Drive back to Hotel.
18:15 Pm-18:20 Pm Arrival at the hotel.

Qualifications required:
The dives offered depend on the qualification of the groups attending on the day.

Dive Site Information :
There are 216 shipwrecks in and around the Gallipoli peninsula. These wrecks cover a large variety of sea vessels, except gallions.
Dive depths range from 7m to 30m. Normal dive to static line dives can be undertaken.
Scuba Diving in Gallipoli will be ended by drop off at hotel.

 

Hotel pick up and drop off
English Speaking, gualified historical dive-site leader
Full scuba grear and thank
Lunch
Hotel Pick up and drop off
Non Smoking air-conditioned touristical vehicle ( mini-vans, mini-buses, buses )
Local Taxes
Service Charge

Tips to Driver and Guide
Personal Expenses
Drinks at the Lunch

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