Incentive Idea: Dive into the Crystal Clear Waters of Dubrovnik
Incentive Idea: Dive into the Crystal Clear Waters of Dubrovnik

One of the most thrilling summer activities and an opportunity for an adrenaline-pumping incentive in Dubrovnik is undoubtedly diving and exploring the underwater world around the ancient city walls. Diving in Dubrovnik can be a truly beautiful and unforgettable experience, as it offers exceptionally clean waters, rich and mesmerizing marine life, and very interesting diving locations. Whether your participants are certified divers, beginners, or want to try an underwater adventure for the first time, Dubrovnik's diving centers offer everything - from equipment rental and basic courses to guided dives and advanced diving courses.

The diving season in Dubrovnik typically lasts from late spring to early autumn when both the air and sea temperatures are pleasant and warm. During this time, underwater visibility can be excellent, ranging from 20 to 40 meters.

Discover the secrets of Dubrovnik's underwater world and embark on a treasure hunt

In the vicinity of Dubrovnik, there are several diving locations suitable for divers of different experience levels. One of the popular spots is the island of Lokrum - a nature reserve with underwater caves, cliffs, and abundant marine life that hides a half-submerged tunnel beneath the rocks leading to a small lake inside the island called the Dead Sea. Along the coast of Lokrum lies the wreck of the ship Tomislav, resting at a depth of 35 meters - the perfect place for experienced divers to embark on a treasure-seeking adventure.

The underwater world of the island of Koločep boasts colorful reefs and diverse marine life, while its Cape Bezdan offers dives at shallow depths as well as a descent into an abyss. Here, divers can explore the remains of the shipwreck Aurora, found at depths of just 16 and 19 meters, making it accessible even to first-time divers.

Advanced divers eager for a true adventure can dive and explore the famous Taranto wreck - the remains of an Austro-Hungarian merchant ship from 1899, which the Italian army used as a transport ship during World War II. Taranto now serves as a perfect home to numerous plant and animal marine species.

There are many attractive locations around Dubrovnik, and the Adriatic Sea is home to diverse marine life, including beautiful and colorful fish, octopuses, moray eels, and even the occasional dolphin or sea turtle. Participants of this incentive program may come across unexpected marine encounters, but one thing is for sure - excitement will not be in short supply.


Renowned Dubrovnik Diving Clubs and Underwater Activity Centres

When choosing such a specific activity for your business group, it is recommended to organize it in cooperation with one of the reputable and certified diving centers that offer guided dives, equipment rental, and training for beginners.

Blue Planet Dubrovnik Diving Centre is a safe choice, whether participants want to learn how to dive or are already experienced divers. It is located at the Dubrovnik Palace Hotel, close to all attractive diving locations. The center includes a large pool for test dives, an outdoor restaurant, bar, and terrace with a stunning sunset view.

You can also opt for the Dubrovnik Diving Club, whose experienced instructors can meet all the needs for organizing a diving adventure. They are among the most active protectors of the underwater world and often organize underwater cleaning actions. Participants of the incentive program can join them to add an ecological touch to their experience.

The Abyss Dubrovnik Diving and Water Sports Centre, located at the Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel, offers a complete range of underwater activities. From beginner diving programs to certification or a combination of both in their special GoPro program called 'From Zero to Hero.' Additionally, they offer various water sports, including parasailing, banana boat rides, water skiing, jet skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, wakeboarding, and sea bobbing.

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