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Learn to dive

We offer PADI Scuba Diving courses from Open Water Diver to Divemaster. Or try Discover Scuba Diving if you never dived before.

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Explore the sea

Discover the beautiful dive sites around Trincomalee Bay . Dive in small groups and have fun with our friendly and experienced dive guides.

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No. 324 Dockyard rd,
Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Tel: +94(0) 26 222 6666
Mobile: +94(0) 77 785 03 72
Email: chamindakh@sltnet.lk

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Welcome to Trincomalee Bay Dive Center

Trincomalee is a great place where you can enjoy Scuba Diving and relax during your vacation in Sri Lanka. We are here to offer you the best level of service to make your diving holiday perfect. Let us take you to an amazing Scuba Diving adventure.

Diving and Snorkeling

The season in the East of Sri Lanka, starts from april until september. This is a very famous place to observe Blue Whales. Whale Sharks and Manta Rays can also surprise us during the dive.

Most of our dive sites are between 15 m to 30 m deep and open toward the deep blue. We have fantastic rock formations and many kind of nudibraches.

All underwater activities are conducted by well-trained and experienced PADI Instructors to ensure your absolute safety and enjoyment.

Trincomalee have also an attractive sandy bay, the ideal base for snorkeling from the shore.

divers on the boat
taprobane island

The second best natural harbor in the world

Trincomalee (Trinco) had a rough time in the war, but this fascinating town is beginning to thrive again. Sitting on one the world’s finest natural harbours, Trincomalee is old almost beyond reckoning: it’s possibly the site of historic Gokana in the Mahavamsa (Great Chronicle), and its Shiva temple the site of Trikuta Hill in the Hindu text Vayu Purana.

Most people just pass through the city on their way to the nearby beaches of Uppuveli and Nilaveli, but the town has some charm, lots of history and an interesting melange of people.

Trincomalee’s superb deep-water port has made it the target for all manner of attacks over the centuries: by the British takeover in 1795, the city had changed colonial hands seven times.