There is no shortage of scenic beaches with clean white sands and sparking waters when it comes to the island, but there are few places that truly allow visitors to embark on a voyage into the marine depths surrounding and magical world that lies within. Unawatuna beach is one such place where, regardless of whether one is a certified diver or someone who has never been underwater, you can visit the depths of Lankan seas and behold the majestic sights that are contained within.
Other than diving, there are various other things to do in Unawatuna and even more are the places where one can reside, ranging from comfortable bed and breakfast establishments to more lucrative locales such as CoCo Bay Unawatuna.
The various diving-establishments in and around Unawatuna have a whole assortment of dives and courses to choose from. Seasoned veterans can select from anything ranging from fun-dives to drawn out adventures. The locations are also up to the whim of participant and they can choose from reef-sites to underwater rock formations or visiting one of the various wrecks that are scattered throughout the nearby waters.
Most of the diving centres also have various specialised diving experiences for newcomers as well. After a few exercises with a certified PADI-instructor, divers can be taken out on small guided tours on less-demanding underwater excursions. Should one feel the need to get qualified however, a PADI certificate can easily be obtained over the course of two to five days. After a few lectures and written tests concerning the basic knowledge, the divers-to-be are taken out on various dives to ensure they meet the specific requirements to obtain the certification.
So whether you’re a certified veteran or simply curious about the topic of Scuba-Diving, Unawatuna awaits your arrival.
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