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Diving in Rhodes

Rhodes is a historic island which has been a crossroad of civilizations in antiquity. Boasting a unique culture, diverse nature, impressive architecture, perfect weather, beautiful coastlines and friendly people helps to make the island the first choice holiday destination for hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. Yet the beauty of Rhodes doesn’t end on the surface. An amazing world of supreme beauty is waiting for you under the sea, for some extraordinary underwater experiences!
Diving Experiences in Rhodes Greece
 
Over 220 km of coastline with alternating geomorphology provides divers with many different types of marine habitats, full of colorful yet harmless marine life. Impressive underwater caves and caverns remind the volcanic history of the island wile hosting divers in some the most exciting excursions of their lives.  Vertical surfaces (walls), most of them very rich in marine life sink from the surface into the abyss challenging scuba lovers to test their limits.
 
Reef parts in different depths and orientations are home to many different marine species and often welcome ocean visitors such as tuna fish, seals, turtles etc... a paradise for underwater photographers and videographers.
 

Diving Experiences in Rhodes Greece

 
Old constructions, artifacts and other interesting items lie in the seabed boosting up divers curiosity for new discoveries and sometimes create a mystic atmosphere.
 

Diving Experiences in Rhodes Greece

 
Shipwrecks are there also. A house for fish and a paradise for divers. A dive into history.  Shipwrecks are the most wanted subject between divers and we are lucky to have some of the most interesting wrecks here. 
 
Underwater Rhodes is the perfect place for divers.

Combining beautiful dive sites, perfect visibility (exceeding 20m some days), very good water temperature and exceptionally well organized beaches, Rhodes is among the top ten diving destinations in the Mediterranean. 
 

Diving Experiences in Rhodes Greece

Visit Rhodes and descent into its underwater world. 

For more information about your diving experience, you can contact  professional dive guides and instructors, who waiting you all for a fantastic Scuba Diving experience.
 

Diving Experiences in Rhodes Greece

Yannis Zouridis 
Dive instructor - Director of H2O Diving Center
Looking for a diving experience in Rhodes? Visit www.h2orhodes.com - H2O Diving Center 

 

 Authored by Spyros Spyropoulos

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