Poseidon Trincomalee Diving Centre
Welcome to the breathtaking world of underwater exploration at Poseidon Diving Centre in Nilaveli, Trincomalee! If you’re an adventure seeker or a nature enthusiast looking for an unforgettable experience beneath the waves, then this is the place for you.
Nilaveli, Trincomalee Diving Centre opened in 2010. Situated on the northeast coast of Sri Lanka, Trincomalee is renowned for its natural harbor and resident whale population; Nilaveli is famous for white sand beaches and the Pigeon Island Marine National Park. These areas provide some great dive sites for all levels of divers and the marine park is especially good for live corals, black tip reef sharks, shoals of reef fishes and turtles.
At Poseidon Diving Centre Trincomalee, we understand the importance of having top diving equipment for a safe and enjoyable underwater experience. That’s why we spare no expense in providing our divers with high-quality gear that meets industry standards. From masks to fins, regulators to BCDs (buoyancy control devices), our equipment is meticulously maintained and regularly inspected to ensure optimal performance.
Safety is our utmost priority, which is why we provide each diver with well-maintained dive computers that help monitor depth, time, and decompression limits. These essential tools not only enhance safety but also enable divers to fully immerse themselves in the wonders of underwater exploration without worrying about their bottom time.
Scuba Dive Sites Around Trincomalee
Trincomalee is known for its pristine waters and abundant marine life. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, there are dive sites to suit every level of expertise.
Pigeon Island National Park is one of the most popular dive sites in Trincomalee. With its crystal-clear waters and vibrant coral reefs, it offers an unforgettable underwater experience. Dive amongst colorful fish species such as parrotfish, angelfish, and butterflyfish as they dance around stunning coral formations.
For those seeking a bit more adventure, Swami Rock is a must-visit site. This submerged rock formation attracts larger marine creatures like barracudas and reef sharks. Descend into the depths and witness these magnificent creatures up close.
If you’re looking for something unique, head to SS British Sergeant wreck site. This World War II shipwreck sits at a depth of 18 meters and has become home to an array of marine life including lionfish, moray eels, and even turtles if you’re lucky!
Another fantastic site worth exploring is Shark Point. Don’t be fooled by its name though; this spot isn’t just for shark enthusiasts (although sightings have been reported). It also offers breathtaking coral gardens teeming with tropical fish species.