Bar Reef, the largest coral reef (307 square km) in Sri Lanka, which can be reached by 30min boat trip from Kalpitiya, serves as the ideal sea for keen scuba divers and snorkelers. The beautiful reef, exceedingly rich in bio-diversity, is home to an incredible variety of tropical fish as well as offering sightings of manta rays, reef sharks, and the occasional sea turtle
Our Diving trips are framed with all the safety measures and PADI guidelines and we manage your dive trips, based on your skill level, and experience. All the tours are carried out by certified guides and our activities are suitable for beginners and advanced divers. We have facilities to train beginners and offer them to have open water dives. We have enough good-quality branded full sets of diving gears, tanks, and weights, along with bottled water and snacks. Reaching the dive sites is facilitated with a boat ride and we have fully equipped canopy type fiberglass boats, powered by outboard engines to reach dive points.
PADI professional instructors along with a multilingual, experienced dive team conduct and guide you around the dive trip and we give you an exciting and safe driving experience. We provide you with all the required equipment, bottled water, and snacks. From late November to early May the Western peninsular area of Kalpitiya will provide fine opportunities for diving. Each dive would be of 30 minutes bottom time and visibility ranges from around 10-25 meters. SHANTHA’S REEF- depth 20-22 m, a massive coral reef including colorful reef species such as unicorn fish, parrotfish, and reef fish.
The Bar Reef is the largest coral reef in Sri Lanka and sanctuary to 156 species of coral and 283 species of reef fish, Manta rays, reef sharks, and sea turtles. We give you this great opportunity to float around and explore the blue ocean and the sea creatures. We use quality and well-maintained gear and provide you with masks and snorkels. Only 6 persons per boat. The best time for snorkeling in Kalpitiya is between Early-November and Mid-April.