Diving in Newfoundland is a non stop thrill from beginning to end. Few places on earth can compete with the astonishing diving experiences you can encounter here. The Bell Island wrecks lure many divers to the cool water, but what a spectacle awaits. There are 4 Second World War relics that met a watery end in the shelter of Bell Island. Infrequently dived by anyone other than Ocean Quest, they are in incredible condition, with decking, masts, portholes and anchors all in place.
Just off the coast of Newfoundland, the meeting of the cool Labrador Current and the warm Gulf Stream creates an abundance of marine life that attracts thousands of whales, and provides rich nesting grounds for millions of seabirds. That, along with the clear and cool water, 10,000-year-old icebergs, and 500-year-old shipwreck history, makes this place a diver’s paradise
Join Dive Georgia and DUI for a week in Newfoundland, Canada. Newfoundland has very diverse life both above, and below the water. This trip includes Airport transfers, and daily ground transfers. A minimum of 13 dives, all tanks and nitrox included. Daily breakfast, and lunch. One traditional evening meal with cultural experience, and all accommodations.