5 Indoor Diving Destinations


Are you sick of nature? Do you hate sunlight? Isn’t it better inside? Man has worked for thousands of years to better improve life inside, why dive outside? With pleasant lighting, straight lines and tiles.

Hi I’m Mark from Simply Scuba, and this is 5 Indoor Diving Destinations.
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sawimmo says:

Grotta giusti in Toscana..italy! the best place to dive in real caves with 36′ termal water

Paul Boniface says:

I enjoyed the Aquarium in the Dubai Mall… quite weird being 8 metres under and waving at shoppers walking past.

Mathew Broz says:

Epcot Seas Adventures – DiveQuest in Orlando Florida. Lots of species under one roof. Excellent service and educational.

Nadia Aly says:

Great info! Epcot is another very cool one indeed.

jan van den berg says:

Todi in België

Gavin Messer says:

I’ve been to that Bonne Terre place, awesome, dark and deep with enough light not to be too scary. Been, many many times.

Fernando Alvarado says:

first comment three times in a row

adriaan beirinckx says:

todi belgium

Backyard Expeditions says:

now those are pools. One of my local dive sites in Utah (Seabase’s Abyss) is kind of inside outside, as the actual dive site has a roof, but gear is put on outside. So I am not sure if it counts

It's A Good Day To Dive says:

I would include TODI in Belgium and Dive4life in Germany to my list.

Joern Ploeger says:

Here is one great indoor dive tower – https://dive4life.de/gb/

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