Blog about Underwater Life and Scuba Diving

Shark Diving in Brighton

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Welcome to Brighton – a popular seaside town on the south coast of England, fronting Port Philip Bay with its long stretches of beautiful sandy beaches. Overflowing with places to visit and things to do, Brighton is an adventure lover’s paradise. Visitors will surely appreciate staying in Brighton hotels and exploring such fascinating venues as the town’s lush gardens surrounded by lakes and historic architecture.
Being a seaside town, it’s natural that there are tenth of great dive sites in Brighton, catering for all levels of recreational diving. But what draws the attention of many scuba divers more is Brighton’s awe-inspiring Sea Life Center – the oldest working aquarium in the world, offering fantastic shark diving in the warm, clear marine waters of the seven hundred thousand liter Ocean Tank.
Turtles, several species of sharks, including Sandbar sharks, Nurse sharks, Black-tip and Zebra sharks, hues of brightly colored fish and other interesting displays of marine life are what you normally expect to see in the aquarium. It will cost you 120 pounds to take part in shark diving at Brighton Sea Life Center.
Divers need to have an open-water diving qualification, add to this a number of experience dives (minimum ten dives). Your visit to Brighton will be incomplete if you miss out to come face-to-face with the most feared creatures of the sea on this exclusive scuba dive experience. The center is open from 10:00am to 6:00pm with last admissions at 5:00pm.
Cardiff Bay – world’s largest coal exporting port is another great spot in UK for diving holidays, boasting scuba diving trips and tours that never fail to amaze. Hotels in Cardiff Bay are bountiful best suited for both budget and high-standard travelers. If you can afford, Future Inn Cardiff Bay is an excellent family-friendly choice.
Photo credits to 1,2,3,4

Tagged as: ,

Blog Roll