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Do Day Trips with Happy Divers

• Year round sunshine
• Boat and shore dives
• Dive sites to suit all levels
• Daily local dives
• Stunning marine life
• Wreck Diving in Gibraltar
• Day trips to Tarifa
• PADI 5 star IDC & CDC centre
• Dive centre operating since 1996
• We speak 5 languages


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Day Excursions

For those who have dived already a few times on the Costa del Sol`s local sites and now want to see something different there are three day excursions available.

Once a week and upon request we are doing a day excursion to the fantastic dive sites around Gibraltar, seeing a total of five wrecks in two dives. 
A little beauty

Have you ever been diving on the furthest southerly point in Europe, in Tarifa and/ or to the Costa Tropical, diving in the National Marine Reserve of La Herradura and Marina del Este area.
The dive sites in Gibraltar are well known for its many wrecks. Tarifa as well as the Costa Tropical are known for its crystal clear waters and its nice wall dives.

The preferred day of the week to go to Gibraltar is Sunday, due to the little border traffic. During the week there might be long queues travelling in and out of Gibraltar. The other two destinations for day excursions do not entail any cross border travelling and can be done on any day of the week.
Gibraltar - CAMP BAY – Five wrecks in two dives

As part of an incentive to attract marine life to the area, several wrecks were scuttled around the Camp Bay area, lying in a depth between 9 and 23 metres. Due to this depth profile the dives in Gibraltar are ideal for all experience levels.

Tarifa - Diving at the furthest southerly point of Europe

Diving in Tarifa you can expect crystal clear waters, good visibility and nice rock formations all covered with abundant marine life. Depending on which direction the wind is blowing the dives are done either on the Mediterranean or ...

Costa Tropical - La Herradura and Marina del Este

Diving in Marina bay, in a depth range from 8 to 30 meters gives a wide area with different dive options, catering for all levels of experience. One route involves following the cliff wall. Huge rocks protrude from the cliff face.