What if you can explore something more than corals, underwater creatures, and plants while you dive? The scuba dive site ‘British Sergeant’ in Sri Lanka allows you to do this!
What’s this British Sergeant site all about?
In 1942, during World War II, the ship ‘British Sergeant’ was sunk by the Japanese Navy and that shipwreck is still there to be explored in this site.
Best seasons to have the experience
The best season to try out this experience falls between May to October. They say the best visibility is between June and August, but it can indeed be subjected to weather conditions.
What you can see…
In addition to the underwater scenery and fish, what’s so special about this site is the presence of the shipwreck. This is also the reason why most Sri Lanka resorts in Pasikuda recommend this site for diving during your stay with them.
Those who reside at nearby resorts the likes of Uga Bay can surely try out this experience as the accessibility to this diving site is very easy from such hotels. Divers should be responsible and mindful not to touch corals and not to leave plastic behind.