In the past few years, Green Bay has become pretty famous for it's family of sea turtles that live in the bay. It's an idyllic little bay, hidden away along the coast in between Cape Greco and Protaras with crystal clear water and a shallow walk in from the beach. As well as the friendly turtles, this area has submerged Greek statues and abundance of other marine life. It's a bit like an open air aquarium. It's a perfect place to learn to scuba dive with plenty to see and is calm and shallow on entry.
As Turtles are wild animals we cannot guarantee that you will see them or get to swim with them. We also strictly discourage touching or causing distress to the animals in any way. we are extremely lucky to have these creatures living on our coast and must do all we can to keep them safe and happy.
Discover Scuba Diving Experience with Green Bay exploration from Ayia Napa and Protaras. Available Every day, morning and afternoon weather permitting. Please book at least 3 days in advance. Book with a deposit and pay the rest on the day of the trip.
Cyprus is one of the best places in the world to try scuba diving for the first time. The calm, crystal clear, warm waters and excellent visibility make it the perfect diving location for beginners. If you've ever fancied exploring the underwater world then the Discover Scuba Diving Experience is for you.
Back at the diving centre you can view the photo's taken during the dive, these are available to purchase if you wish for €20 per group. Refreshments at the dive centre are also provided before and after the dive.
What is Included
Pick up from your hotel in the Ayia Napa and Protaras areas
What is Not Included
Photo's of the dive (available to purchase if you'd like)
You will be required to complete a health questionnaire before you dive.
Not wheelchair accessible.
You must leave at least 12 hours between diving and flying
Pick up from hotels in Ayia Napa area is included.
All necessary equipment is included and no prior experience is necessary.
Morning and afternoon dives are available.
The experience lasts around 3-4 hours
Itinerary of this activity is subject to change without prior notice due to weather conditions or reasons beyond our control.
All indicated times are approximate and subject to change.
To scuba dive safely, you must be in good general health and not be extremely overweight. Your respiratory and circulatory systems and body air spaces, such as your sinuses, must be normal and healthy. Pregnant women and people with heart trouble, a current cold or congestion, epilepsy, active asthma, a severe medical problem, or who is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, should not dive. If taking prescription medication, consult your doctor before participating in this program and if possible obtain a doctor’s note to say you are fit to scuba dive.
If you arrive for your discover scuba diving session under the influence of alcohol your dive will be cancelled and you will not receive a refund.
You will not be able to dive if you have any of the following conditions: ear infection, ear disease, hearing loss or problems with balance, a history of ear or sinus surgery, cold, congestion, sinusitis or bronchitis, a history of respiratory problems, severe attacks of hay fever or allergies, or lung disease, a collapsed lung (pneumothorax) or history of chest surgery, active asthma or history of emphysema or tuberculosis, currently taking medication that carries a warning about any impairment of your physical or mental abilities, behavioural health, mental or psychological problems or a nervous system disorder, are you or could you be pregnant, over 45 and have a family history of heart attack or stroke, a history of colostomy, heart disease or heart attack, heart surgery or blood vessel surgery, high blood pressure, angina, or take medication to control blood pressure, bleeding or other blood disorders, diabetes, seizures, blackouts or fainting, convulsions or epilepsy or take medications to prevent them, back, arm or leg problems following an injury, fracture or surgery, fear of closed or open spaces or panic attacks (claustrophobia or agoraphobia).