Aberdeen, siting between two river mouths, is the land where breathtaking landscapes meet the sea. The Silver City with the Golden Sands offers visitors from dilapidated castles to pristine beaches. Ιts stunning coastline offers a variety of sea wild life, so it is a remarkable place for scuba diving.
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Scuba Diving in Waa Wreck, Diani Beach, Coast Province Kenya
The HMS Hildasay sunk in June 1945 and it now lies down upside down in the sand at 22 m/72 ft. The wreck itself is not an interesting one, although the hull is completely covered in coral encrusting sponge and sea whips. It is a 25 minutes boat entry site and attracts a great deal of interesting fish.
Waa Wreck accommodates both the novice and expert diver with a maximum diving depth at 24 m/79 ft and visibility stands between 10-20 m/33-66 ft. Reef sharks are a common encounter. There is a reef nearby which is perfect for the novice diver and has a number of small fish species.
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Tuesday to Saturday the charge is 13$ for 100 balls per head. On Sundays we give a discount whereby the charge is 10$ for 150 balls per person, which is inclusive of the protective gears and all the equipment used in the game.
We also have lunchbox packages that go for 20$ and salad packages for 15$ inclusive of the game. Each game session goes for 1 hour and 30 minutes.
We are open from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm.