is located in the West Midlands of England and is a landlocked
county. There are dive schools offering dive courses from beginner
to advanced level.
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 the Warwickshire county train
divers from beginner level to advanced level and pool training
is provided. Open water dives are conducted in inland dive sites
like in the neighbouring Leicestershire's Stoney Cove, a nice
inland site with a lot of interesting attractions and Capernwray.
These sites are good for novices because they have depths that
allow them to get accustomed to diving in the open water safely.
Dive clubs are open to all and a membership fee
is usually required to join, though not always.. Clubs have regular
meetings mainly on weekends. During these meetings dive excursions
can be discussed and scheduled.
The UK coast has popular destinations and the
variety of diving is good. There are some spectacular reefs to
explore for example in the Plymouth area which can be done as
a weekend outing.
Wreck lovers have a lot to choose from as the
UK coast has very rough conditions which caused a lot of wreckage
over the years and during the two world wars.
Dive outings are not restricted to the UK. A
lot of overseas trips, especially liveaboard trips are organised
In Warwickshire there are stores that carry scuba diving
equipment where you can find different brand names on
sale. Some stores offer a variety of services including dive vacation