Scuba Diving in Gallipoli Peninsula takes you into the depth of Dardanelles where you will witness the results of the WWI under the water. You will be able to see some wreck under the water. If you are a diver and would like to make wreck dive, Gallipoli Peninsula is the best area. After complete your Gallipoli Tour, you can explore war history underwater by diving to the wreck We provide hotel pick up & drop off, the equipment for diving and professional dive-site leader.
Meal : Lunch
Scuba Diving in Gallipoli Peninsula is another option to understand the war in Canakkale.
There are 216 shipwrecks in Dardenelles and around the Gallipoli Peninsula. These wrecks cover a large variety of sea vessels, except galleons. 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 harbor 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. Milo off the shores’ wreck of North Beach at the ANZAC site is an underwater testimony to the strength and endurance of the men of Gallipoli.
Scuba Diving Time Break
08:00-08:30 – Pick up from your hotel in Canakkale.
08:30-09:00 – Pick up from your hotel in Eceabat.
09:00 – Drive to Gallipoli Bay. After 30 an hour, we will reach the diving site.
Between 09:30 and 18:00 We will dive to wrecks in Dardenelles.
18:00 – Scuba diving in Gallipoli ends then we will drive back to the hotel.
18:30 You will be dropped off at your hotel.
Gallipoli dives offered to 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 galleons.
Dive depths range from 7m to 30m. Normal dive to static line dives can be undertaken.