Scuba Diving Adventures For Any Age Group
Learning to scuba dive can be an incredible experience at any age, from teenagers to retirees. But how old do you have to be to scuba dive? Children as young as ten years old that demonstrate maturity, good reading skills, and a desire to learn have achieved their certification. There are no age limits to enjoy scuba adventures for any age group!
Let The Experts Teach You To Dive In A Safe Environment
Whether you’re 10 or 78, there’s a first time for everything. If you’re interested in having adventures in scuba diving, you have to start somewhere! When scuba diving at Belize Dive Haven, there’s nothing to fret about; our team of expert divemasters will help teach you everything you need to know about scuba diving in the safety of our beautiful swimming pool. You will not hit the open water until you are completely comfortable and confident in your newly learned skills.
Experience Life To The Fullest At Any Age
Whoever said adventures are just for the kids is dead wrong. We wish to help all of our guests regardless of age group enjoy a brand new experience by scuba diving in the Caribbean Sea with some of the most beautiful and mystifying sea creatures on the planet. You’re never too old for amazing adventures, and as long as you’re generally healthy and active, you’re never too old for scuba diving*.
Bring A Group Of Your Closest Friends
Sometimes taking on new adventures on your own can be intimidating. This is why we encourage our guests to bring their friends! Our dive masters are excited to take both small and large groups of people diving together, bonding friends in an unforgettable experience. If you and your friends like to go on vacation together, bring them along to enjoy an incredible adventure regardless of your age.
Scuba diving adventures are for every age group,
Book a Learn to Dive scuba vacation at Belize Dive Haven!
Just 30 miles from Belize City, Belize Dive Haven is located in pristine Turneffe Atoll. Consisting of creeks, lagoons, mangrove islands and cays, the atoll is home to over 500 species of fish, 65 different species of stony corals as well as birds, turtles, manatees and dolphins.
* Anyone experiencing shortness of breath, blurred vision, or chest pains may not be the right fit for scuba. An entry-level diving swimming class can help you determine if you are ready or not.