is located south east of England and is landlocked. The diving
schools in Oxfordshire offer a variety of training including pool
sessions and open water dives are usually done on visits to inland
sites or to the coast.
Always dive according to your level of training.
Never enter the water without checking with the local dive center
for safety, additional information, level required for each dive
site and without being accompanied by a professional. All the
information provided is purely informative for our readers and
shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion.
The dive schools in Oxfordshire cater for all
levels of divers. Complete beginners can take full fledged courses
all the way to advanced level. Refresher courses are also available.
Certification from different agencies is given at the succesful
completion of a course.
Clubs and also the schools organise trips to
other parts of England and overseas. As it is a landlocked county
Open Water dives may be done in an inland dive site like Stoney
cove in Leicestershire.
Many divers opt to go to the UK coastline which
has many interesting sites that are suitable for both beginners
and advanced divers. Cornwall is a popular outing choice as it
offers great reefs and wrecks. It's also regularly visited in
summer for its basking sharks.
The Devon coastline is also popular as it offers
lots of wrecks for the more adventurous diver
and less challenging dive sites for novices.
Trips to the Red Sea are regularly organised.
It's well known for its clear waters full of life and colourful
corals. The waters are generally calm and nmany refer to the Red
Sea as "the aquarium". The fact that diving is possible all year
round, the flight time isn't so long and there are lots of unbeatable
offers makes it a well liked holiday spot. Overseas trips
however are not confined to the Red Sea. Regular trips are taken
to the Indian Ocean, the Caribbeans, Thailand and many more destinations.