2 Tank Dive Trip
Morning scuba diving trip to Diani coral reefs
Certified scuba divers can explore the beautiful coral reefs of Diani with Ocean Tribe, Kenya's only PADI 5 Star IDC Center. You will do 2 dives on our local dive sites which range from 10m-25m and include walls, pinnacles and gently sloping reefs.
Certified scuba divers can explore the beautiful coral reefs of Diani with Ocean Tribe, Kenya's only PADI 5 Star IDC Center. You will do 2 dives on our local dive sites which range from 10m-25m and include walls, pinnacles and gently sloping reefs with a massive array of corals and marine life. Dives are 20 minutes to 50 minutes and are all led by an Ocean Tribe PADI professional unless requested the dive as an individual buddy team. For divers holding Advanced certifications there is also the option to dive the Alpha Funguo wreck which sits at 30m off Diani. Your program will include complimentary transfers from with Diani and Galu and the use of tanks, weights, and weight belts. Also included is equipment rental (BCD, regulator, wetsuit, fins, mask & snorkel). Excluded are dive computer rental, extra snack, other beverages besides water and tips to the dive staff and crew.
- Wreck Dive $10.00
- Dive Computer Rental $15.00
- Chale Island Dives $50.00
- Quick Pool Refresher (Required if you have not dived in 2 years or more) $40.00
- PADI Reactivate $80.00
- Private Guide $70.00
- Ocean Tribe Long Sleeve DriQ Perfomance Shirt $60.00
- Ocean Tribe Coffee Mug $10.00
- Ocean Tribe Beer Glass $15.00
- Ocean TrIbe Thermal Cup $25.00
- Beaver Mask and Snorkel Set $100.00
- 10 years of age
- Certified as a diver or JR Diver
- Good physical health
- Divers who have not logged a dive within the last 3 years will be required to complete a refresher program prior to joining any scheduled dives.
- Children under the age of 18 must participate with a parent or guardian.
- Children under the age of 4 are not permitted on board vessel.
Please note: You will be required to present your certification card during check in for the trip. Failure to comply may result in being excluded from participation without refund.
What to Bring
- Towel and T-shirt
- Sun cream (we suggest a biodegradable one that doesn't harm the corals)
- Hat/cap and sunglasses
- Divers: certification card and log book
- Card/Cash for Balance Payment
As mentioned previously, scuba diving is a very safe sport. However accidents can happen even if you’re a conservative diver. Evacuation is efficient and cheap but once you reach the hyperbaric chamber the costs sky rocket. A standard treatment can cost US$3,000+ and you will probably need more than one session. We have a chamber located in the Kenya Navy base at Mombasa. They will need proof of scuba diving travel insurance before treatment begins.
For this reason we highly recommend that you have your own cover. Your name on a valid insurance document will expedite the process. Getting verification from a general cover policy like ours will take longer. It’s essential to get treatment for decompression illness as quickly as possible.
While you might be covered on your travel insurance (you should check your policy for this and read it carefully) it is a good idea to carry specialist diving insurance. Ocean Tribe offers basic cover but in the worst-case scenario, with chamber expenses, the costs can end up skyrocketing.
We recommend Divers Alert Network (DAN) Diver Insurance. They’re all divers and have a team of diving doctors. Their advice is great and they know how to get everything arranged quickly and efficiently wherever you are. After consulting with DAN’s specialists they will guarantee payment to the hospital so you can begin treatment.
Annual insurance with DAN is great value for money. They can also supply excellent short term coverage from 1 – 30 days from US$10 per day, US$40 per week or US$50 for 30 days. We’re a DAN partner so happy to arrange this for you. Click here to get started.