Learn To Dive Holidays

Learn To Dive Holidays

The UK is home to literally thousands of keen scuba divers but for many of us the lure of exotic destinations and far flung seas is too strong to resist. Even if you don't yet know how to dive, there is nothing stopping you from booking one of our scuba diving holidays. Many of our destinations, resorts and liveaboards cater for novice divers and you can complete your PADI training in total safety, in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Share your underwater adventure
Learn in a professional safe enviroment
Experience unforgettbale underwater moments

There are so many advantages of learning to dive on holiday. Dont be bored by the pool - get diving and get out to meet other people and learn something new. Divers are a fun bunch and learning to dive can be an great way to meet new people, especially if you are traveling on your own. Nor do you have to hope for good weather. Pick a diving destination where the sun always shines and the water is warm and you have the unbeatable recipe for a diving holiday that stands out from the rest.

Or why not maximise your diving time in the warm tropical waters by finishing the pool and theory classes in the UK before you travel. You can book your complete learn to dive package with Scuba Travel. Start in the UK at one of our Recommended Dive Centres and then jet off to the sun to finish the course in clear warm waters with one of our PADI resorts.

Most of our warm water destinations are stunning locations above the water line but really come into their own beneath the waves. Underwater awaits a enchanting world filled with colourful corals and sponges, bright fish and a sense of total freedom. Fly along the reef as you take your first steps towards becoming a certified scuba diver.

Have look through our webiste for different diving holidays or simply contact one of our diving holiday experts to discuss your dream holiday.

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