Diving on the Greek island of Kalymnos is also an intriguing reason for visiting. The diving location is mostly sea caverns, one of several on the island, with abundant marine life and unknown treasure that hasn’t been impacted by the vast number of visitors. During the dive, everyone can explore shipwrecks, get “lost” in Telendos’ labyrinth, wander through this complex of rocks, small reefs, and gorges, and “hide” in caves, discovering moving but also non-moving seabed creatures such as colorful sponges, corals, algae, octopuses, sea urchins, starfish, and many more. These discoveries will assist you in learning about the island’s history. We are confident that your first dive will be unforgettable and quite enjoyable due to the riches that you will uncover. Fans of the genre may take part in the Diving Festival, which takes place on the island, and enjoy the scuba diving programs.
The diving location is mostly sea caverns, one of several on the island, with abundant marine life and unknown treasure that hasn’t been impacted by the vast number of visitors.
For safety reasons, divers should only dive to the bottom of the sea if they are accompanied by competent staff who are familiar with the area. As a result, the island boasts both public and private diving schools that provide safety and correct instruction when diving. Trainers, proper infrastructure, and essential equipment including as masks, special clothes, and oxygen cylinders are housed at the schools.