Turunc Diving Tour is a unique opportunity to learn to scuba dive, feed the fish and swim in the beautiful shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
The Turunc diving tour starts with a free ride from your hotel in Turunc. Our driver will pick you up for a comfortable ride to Icmeler port where our certified dive guide will be waiting for you to show you some necessary details for your safety during the upcoming diving tour. You’ll get to know the parts of your gear and learn some basics about how to use them.
Our skilled and experienced instructors will teach you sign language underwater and familiarize you with some safety protocols. Your safety is our top priority, so we have prepared a series of breathing exercises that will make diving itself much more relaxed. Our instructors will be watching you all the time, so you don’t have to worry about any unpleasant surprises.
After your short training session is over, our tour can begin. You will dive in small groups of 5 or up to 6 people each time. While the other guests do their dive, you can enjoy the sun and the sea. We will make a few stops along the way and visit some of the most fascinating bays. Turunc offers a range of fantastic diving opportunities.
Non-divers are also welcome at Turunc Diving Tour. You can sunbathe or swim on the boat, snorkel while others dive. Once our adventure ends and we reach Icmeler Port, our driver will be there to pick you up for a return trip to your hotel.
We organize these amazing tours daily so book it to reserve your place on this amazing and unique tour. Let us take you on an adventure that will make this vacation the best you’ve ever had.
Turunc Scuba Diving price is 30 Euro for Divers. 15 Euro for Non-Divers
Please note that we have ‘no hidden costs’
The Turunc diving tour starts around 09:00 with a free pick up from your hotel in Turunc and drop you off at the port. At the port we board our beautiful boat and set sail into the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Our experienced instructors will give you a short but valuable briefing on our upcoming adventure. They will give you some basics about diving itself and some underwater sign language.
First dive in the morning: Afterwards you can test your underwater skills. Diving is done in groups of 5-6 people under the constant supervision of our professional diving team. The first dive lasts 20 minutes. During this dive you will become more comfortable with your equipment and get a better feel for your surroundings and your underwater skills.
Lunch Break: After the first dive we will have a light but tasty lunch. You need to maintain a certain momentum while diving, so we always advise our guests to eat light and healthy food.
Second dive: After our lunch break we dive again. During this second escapade you can dive deeper, but diving up to 6 meters deep is the limit for beginners. Divers with certification are allowed to dive as deep as their expertise allows. Our experienced team of experienced divers will also accompany you during this exciting dive because your safety is our number one concern. You will be calmer during this dive as you have done a dive before so you will have the opportunity to explore some underwater caves, the colorful seabed, some interesting reefs and even feed the exotic fish you come across. This dive also lasts twenty minutes.
Return to Turunc: We expect to be back in port by 5am. Our driver will then pick you up and take you back to the bus station where you can take a dolmus back to Turunc.
Diver: 30 €
Guest: 15 €
While diving in Turunc there will be English speaking guides on the ship to answer your questions, also for your convenience and safety there are of course instructors on the boat.
Surely you can join the ship while diving in Turunc as a guest, not a diver. You can swim while other guests dive.
While diving in Turunc you will make two dives, each of which will be up to 7 meters deep.
For diving in Icmeler you go to two different locations, which the captain of the boat personally chooses especially for you. Most dive boats go to Paradise Island and Aquarium Bay.
Although the potential for danger appears to be high, diving is a relatively safe sport when practiced judiciously. A summary of data from the US, UK, Canada and Turunc Turkey shows that the statistical probability of a diving fatality is 2-3 per 100,000 dives.