SCUBA Dive The Great Barrier Reef, Non-Certified Divers - Cairns

SCUBA Dive The Great Barrier Reef, Non-Certified Divers - Cairns

Depending on the day’s conditions, the two best sites are selected from 21 premier outer reef locations. Your expectations will be surpassed as you encounter a vast diversity of marine life.

The Great Barrier Reef (Cairns)
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  • Description
    • One introductory SCUBA dive with full instruction and supervision
    • One guided snorkel trip as well as free time to snorkel on your own
    • Fresh and healthy lunch

    Take the plunge and enter the incredible world of SCUBA diving at one of the worlds most famous diving locations - The Great Barrier Reef.

    Before you get in the water a SCUBA instructor will show you all the equipment you need and talk you through how it works. Once you're comfortable and understand how everything works it's time to get into the gear and take the plunge into the big blue! Once you're used to this new found skill of being able to breathe under water your instructor will take you exploring the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef where you can expect to see incredible corals, all manner of fish and possibly some turtles as well!

    This experience is part of our Low-Footprint Adventures range because it’s ECO certified by Ecotourism Australia.

    Intensity: 2.0 Intensity
    Intensity: 2.0 Intensity
  • Experience Details

    Fitness and Experience

    • If you are not a certified diver you may participate in the Introductory Dive and Snorkelling
    • Chronic sinus or middle ear problems may exclude you as water depth and pressure can cause severe discomfort if you are unable to equalise pressure
    • Please inform us if you have any medical conditions that may be relevant, such as asthma, high blood pressure, heart or chest conditions, epilepsy or diabetes
    • Please note that you will need to complete a medical questionnaire on the day
    • If anything on the questionnaire indicates a reason to be cautious about diving, you will need to check with a physician before you can dive
    • Diving is an exciting and demanding activity. When performed correctly, applying correct techniques, it is relatively safe. When established safety procedures are not followed, yet there are increased risks
    • If you are enrolling in an entry-level recreational diving certificate you must, prior to commencing the training, complete and submit a self-assessed medical declaration form
    • Some medical conditions will prevent you from diving, while others require you to seek medical advice before diving
    • We will ask you to fill out a medical questionnaire to identify any pre-existing conditions that may affect your safety while diving
    • Participants must be able to swim and have a satisfactory level of health
    • You cannot fly within the 24 hour period following your last dive
    • You must be able to swim
    • If you are suffering from a cold, hay fever, hangover, cough, breathlessness or ear infection on the day of dive, you will not be allowed to participate in the dive
    • Chronic sinus or middle ear problems may exclude you as water depth and pressure can cause severe discomfort if you are unable to equalise pressure
    • Scuba Diving is physically demanding and can be dangerous if you suffer from certain medical conditions. It is very important that you, the diver, do not suffer from any contraindications to diving
    • Please carefully read the below list of medical conditions that may prohibit you from taking part in diving for your own safety:
    - Asthma
    - Heart Disease
    - Epilepsy
    - Diabetes
    - Chest Conditions including Pneumothorax
    - Sinus Conditions
    - Ear problems/surgery
    - High blood pressure
    - Pregnancy (pregnant woman are not permitted to dive).

    If you suffer from or have suffered from any of the above medical conditions OR If you suffer from any other medical conditions, including recent injuries, surgeries or psychological conditions then you will be required to obtain a fully completed medical clearance from your doctor prior to booking in for the dive (cost varies and is payable by you).

    What to Bring/Wear

    • Bring whatever personal dive/snorkel gear you may want to use
    • Dry change of clothes and a towel
    • If you are prone to seasickness you may want to bring some form of motion sickness medication
    • Don't forget your Adrenaline Booking Confirmation

    What is Supplied

    • 1 Introductory SCUBA Dive with full instruction
    • Fresh & healthy lunch
    • Morning tea & self serve tea & coffee
    • Full equipment hire with dive computer
    • Quality snorkel equipment & wetsuits
    • Reef levy included in the price
    • Return transfers can be arranged from Cairns hotels available for an additional cost

    More Information

    • 4 - 5 hours on the reef

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The Great Barrier Reef (Cairns)

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