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Waterland – Ireland’s Largest and Most Beautiful Dive Center

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If you truly appreciate scuba diving and are looking for fun that’s wetter and better, enjoy a family visit to Waterland – Northern Ireland’s number one indoor water attraction, offering first class facilities for diving, leisure and photography – all under one roof, as well as superb accommodation and other types of water sports.

Waterland, Ireland’s Largest Dive Center

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Situated only thirty meters from the water’s edge in the breathtaking scenery of the Maharees, on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, this unique getaway is a hidden treasure and Ireland’s first and only National Geographic Dive Center that has won several industry awards, including PADI Education Award and PADI Environmental Award.

The center is open to visitors throughout the whole year and is ideal for both novice and advanced divers. The center’s boats travel daily to the best dive sites of Ireland, where the water temperatures are warm and there is a superb visibility 30m+ on very good days.

The Maharees Islands, The Brandon Cliff face and the Blasket Islands offer the best diving in Ireland, with everything from scenic dives to wreck dives. Marine life in these islands is simply amazing and is abundant with crawfish and crabs, sunfish and basking sharks, dolphins and pilot whales. Noteworthy are also the reefs that are lit up by different varieties of sponges and anemones.

In short, this is a place to be seen to be believed.

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